Delhi beat JK, earns 2 point
NORTH ZONE INTER STATE U14 CRICKET TOURNAMENT
Srinagar Sep 18: Delhi earned three points after winning the two-day match against hosts Jammu and Kashmir in the ongoing North Zone Inter State U-14 cricket tournament at SK Cricket Stadium, here on Sunday.
While as in the second match at Kashmir University ground, Punjab earned two points on the basis of first innings lead against Haryana.
On the opening day at SK Cricket Stadium, Delhi had won toss and decided to bat first. They put on 287 runs for nine and declared their first innings while playing for 87 overs. Jonty Sidhu scored 88 runs while as opener Ankit Chiller hit 43 runs and Aryan scored 33 run. For JK, Shubam Singh, Reshab Gupta and Momin Mansoor claimed two wickets each.
In reply, JK were bowled out on 235 runs in 90 overs on the second day today. Shubam Singh scored 68 runs while as Tribhuvan Singh 55 and Furhan Ahmad scored 35 runs. For Delhi, Ankit Chiller claimed three wickets while as Salil Malhotra and Jonti Sidhu claimed two wickets each.
Meanwhile in another match at KU, Punjab outplayed Haryana and earned two points on the basis of first innings lead. Punjab ammased 284 runs for eight wickets on the day first in 81 overs.
In reply, Haryana were bowled out on paltry 152 runs in 81 overs. Haryana followed on and they were playing on 60 runs while losing their wickets in 28 overs. The tournament features Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Jammu and Kashmir. The tournament is hosted by Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Sep 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Mon, 19 Sep 2011 00:00:00 IST
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