Shaikh, Auti put Patil Academy on top in national cricket

Bengaluru, July 27 (IANS) Dr. DY Patil Cricket Academy from Mumbai batted themselves into a strong position as centuries by Shoaib Shaikh (140, 238b, 19×4) and Vikrant Auti (110 not out, 233b, 14×4) saw them make 281 for two against Andhra CA on the opening day of their four-day match in the KSCA All-India cricket tournament here on Monday.

Sudip Chatterjee (121, 178b, 11×4) lifted Cricket Association of Bengal to 268 for nine against Tripura CA for whom Abhijit Dey took six for 87.

In another match, KSCA XI restricted Orissa Cricket Association to just 195 in the first innings and ended the day on 66 without loss in reply.

Brief scores:

Dr. DY Patil Cricket Academy: 281 for 2 in 89 overs (Shoiab Shaikh 140, Vikrant Auti 110 not out, CH Stephen 2-68) vs Andhra CA.

Himachal Pradesh CA: 307 for 5 in 90 overs (Varun Sharma 63, Amit Kumar Dhiman 82, Paras Dogra 93, Nikhil Gangta 34 not out, Ritupan Phatowali 2-50, Pallab Kumar Das 2-40) vs Assam CA.

CA of Bengal: 268 for 9 in 90 overs (Sudip Chatterjee 121, Ajmer Singh 35, 35, Pankaj Shaw 49, Abhijith Dey 6-87, Tushar Saha 2-43) vs Tripura CA.

KSCA Colts: 287 for 8 in 90 overs (Dikshanshu Negi 99, Milind Ramesh 30, M Kranthi Kumar 60 not out, Avesh Khan 2-60, Aamir Gani 4-61) vs National Cricket Academy.

Orissa CA: 195 all out in 66.2 overs (Rajesh Dhuper 30, Anurag Sarangee 55, J Suchith 4-71, Pavan Deshpande 3-35, R Samarth 2-23) vs KSCA XI: 66 for no loss in 28 overs (R Samarth 40 not out).

Haryana CA: 287 for 7 in 90 overs (Rahul Dewan 97, Sunny Singh 50, Mohit Sharma 43 not out, Harshal Patel 32 not out, David Mathias 3-59, Darshan MB 2-32) vs KSCA President’s XI.

 

 

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