Treyaksh’s heroics go in vain
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Chandigarh:Despite Treyaksh Bali's all round performance (40 and 3 for 11), Vivek High School, Sector 38, Chandigarh, lost to St John's High School, Sector 26, in a match played during UT Inter School Cricket Tournament (U-14 boys). In a match played on Sunday, Treyaksh had come up with another stellar all-round performance (32 runs and 3 for 11) to guide Vivek High School to an easy win over Ankur Public School. Batting first, St John's School posted a total of 136 for 7 in 20 overs. For Vivek High School, Treyaksh claimed three wickets for 11 runs. In reply, Vivek high School could manage a total of 120 for 6 in 20 overs. Treyaksh played a knock of 40 runs for the losing side.
GMSSS-18 records easy win
Chandigarh:GGSSS-18 registered a comprehensive 5-0 win over GGSS Khalsa School in a league match in the boys U-14 category in the UT Inter-School Hockey Championship on Monday. In another match of the day, Ryan International School scored a 4-0 win over GHS-25 while St Stephen's School, Sector 45 scored a 4-0 win over GMSSS-20 in the U-17 category. In the U-19 category, GMSSS-37 scored a 2-0 win over GMSSS-32.
Ayush stars in Saupin's win
Chandigarh:A fine knock of 48 runs by Ayush propelled Saupin's School, Sector 32 to a 28-run win over Baptist School, Sector 45 in a match in the UT Inter-School Cricket Championship (U-14) on Monday. Batting first, Saupin's School posted a total of 133 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Ayush was the top scorer for the team playing a knock of 48 runs while varun contributed 36 runs. For Baptist School, Karan claimed two wickets for 21 runs. In replt, Baptist School could manage a total of 105 runs for the loss of six wickets in 20 overs. Nikhil played a valiant knock of 50 runs.
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