Hari Om blasts ton for National Club
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Hari Om Kaushal blasted a ton as National Cricket Club defeated NCC Summer XI by two wickets in their pre-quarterfinal match of the National Summer Cup Cricket Tournament in progress at Krishna Nagar, Lucknow.
Opting to bat first after winning the toss, NCC Summer XI scored 242 runs losing all its wickets in 32.2 overs in the 35 overs-a-side match. Jaspreet Singh (52), Abhinav Mishra (40) and Ajay Kumar Singh (32) were the main run-getters. Vinay Yadav took four wickets while Ketan claimed three wickets. Hari Om Kaushal clinched two wickets.
In reply, National Cricket Club was able to attain the set mark in 33.1 overs with two wickets to spare, thanks to an explosive 115 run knock by Hari Om Kaushal. Sumit Rupam also batted well and scored 43 runs. Hari Om's 115 came off 87 balls which included four boundaries and two lofty sixes. On behalf of National Cricket Club, Ashutosh Anand and Santosh Kumar took three wickets each.
NCC Summer XI: 242 all out in 32.2 overs (Jaspreet Singh 52, Abhinav Mishra 40, Anuj Kumar Singh 32, Sameer 22; Vinay Yadav 4 for 47, Ketan Valecha 3 for 40, Hari Om Kaushal 2 for 38);
National Cricket Club: 245 for eight in 33.1 overs (Hari Om Kaushal 115, Sumit Rupam 43; Ashutosh Anand 3 for 59, Santosh Kumar 3 for 38).
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