ITC too good for Bosch

Led by a century from Rakshith S, ITC Sports Club beat Bosch Sports Club by 89 runs in their KSCA Group II Division II match here on Thursday.

Batting first, ITC put up 226 for the loss of two wickets in their stipulated 30 overs as Rakshith, accompanied by Kaushik Udupa (50), scored an impressive 102.

In reply, Bosch could only manage 137/ 7 in their essay as Kaushik and Prateek Patil stuck at regular intervals to end with figures of 2-31 and 3-15 respectively.

Brief scores: ITC Sports Club: 226/ 2 in 30 overs (Rakshith S 102, Kaushik Udupa 50) bt Bosch Sports Club: 137/7 in 30 overs (Babu R 26; Kaushik Udupa 2-31, Prateek Patil 3-15). LRDE Sports Club: 230/9 in 30 overs (Kiran 63, Darshan 105; Vijay 3-42, Rehman 3-39) bt KSRTC Sports Club: 116/9 in 21.3 overs (Rehamn 39, Manjunath 29; Sunil 4-22, Sharath 2-28).

Mallya Aditi win

Rohan’s five-wicket haul helped Mallya Aditi International School record an impressive 145-run win over Sri Kumaran’s Public School in their KSCA U-14 Division III tournament for the BTR Shield.

Batting first, Mallya Aditi were all out for 232 in 45.2 overs, with Vikarm Vaidya (41) top scoring for them.

In reply, Kumaran’s could only manage 87 as Vikram (5-10) and Jasper (3-17) sparkled, bundling out the opponents in 22.2 overs.

Brief scores: Mallya Aditi International School: 232 all out in 45.2 overs (Vikram Vaidya 41, Jasper 42; Rohan 5-48, Prajwal 3-53) bt Sri Kumaran’s Public School: 87 all out in 22.2 overs (Jasper 3-17, Vikram 5-10).

JSS Public School: 246 all out in 49.4 overs (Shriram Daksha 70, Prakhyat V 38; Akshan Rao 3-62, Nikhil Hegde 3-14, Sayan Arjun 2-44) lt to National Public School: 247/ 4 in 43.3 overs (Akshan Rao 96, Prateek MG 57, Pavan 3-36). New Horizon English High School: 143 all out in 36.5 overs (Salman 33; Tejas 3-16, Vishwas 3-12) lt to Venkat International Public School: 145/5 in 24.4 overs.

Cambridge Public School, Channapatna: 120 all out in 34.3 overs (Manoj 36; Akshay 3-27, Gurukiran 5-20) lt to St Francis School, ICSE: 124/8 in 32.2 overs (Nobel 49 n.o.; Manoj 5-45, Prithvik 3-29).

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