Statistics, Urdu deptts win cricket matches
JU INTER-DEPARTMENT SPORTS MEET
Jammu, Mar 30: Department of Statistics and Department of Urdu won their respective matches to reach the next round of the ongoing inter-department cricket tournament of University of Jammu campus, here today.
Earlier, in the first match of the day, Statistics defeated Kathua Campus by 36 runs. Batting first, after Kathua won the toss and opted to field, Statistics made 135 runs for seven in given 20 overs. Raja was main scorer with 47 runs while Abhimanyu and Sunny contributed 20 and 13 runs respectively, From Kathua, Amit claimed four wickets, followed by Lalit and Udit, who shared apiece each.
In reply, Kathua Campus could not chase the total and bowled outf or 100 runs in 15.4 overs. Mukesh remained top scorer with 13-ball 25 runs and Naresh contributed 13. Sahil, Sandeep, Raja and Hardeep shared two wickets each from Statistics.
Meanwhile, in another match of the day, Department of Urdu registered an impressive seven wickets win over Department of Geography.
Earlier, batting first, Geography made 115 runs for eight, which, in reply, Department of Urdu chased in 13.1 overs for the loss of three wickets. Mubashir and Rizwan played match winning knocks of 47 and 34 runs respectively from Urdu.
OTHER RESULTS (QUARTERFINALS)
CHESS: The SHTM beat Department of Commerce 2-0: Ravinder bt Satpul Singh; and Kushan Sudan bt Rajat Sharma. MCA Department beat Library Sciences 2-0: Rubel Gupta bt Sudhir Kumar and Abhinav Khajuria bt Vineet Sachdeva. Department of Law beat Department of Mathematics 2-0: Rajan Bhagat bt Akhil Sharma and Salam Khan bt Tushaar Mahajan.
BADMINTON: The SHTMb beat Law School 2-1: Amit Kumar bt Rahul Gupta 21-10: Gaganpreet Singh lost to Satya Naryan Singh 11-21. Doubles: Amit Kumar and Ganganpreet bt Satya Naryan Singh 21-15. Department of Education beat Department of Chemistry 2-1: Rakesh Kumar bt Bhupinder Singh 22-20; Vishal Sharma loses to Syed Sahil Ali 12-21. Doubles: Rakesh Kumar and Taran Pal Singh bt Syed Sahil Ali and Bhupinder Singh 21-15. Department of Law beat Business School 2-1:; Lokesh bt Robin 21-18; Azhar loses to Arijit Garg 09-22. Doubles: Amit Balloria and Lokesh bt Robin and Arijit Garg 21-19.
TABLE TENNIS: Law School beat Department of Education by 2-1: Abhinav K Sharma loses to Sandeep Khadotra 7-11, 5-11; Waheed Ahmed bt Ranveet Singh 11-6, 11-7. Doubles: Abhinav K.Sharma and Waheed Ahmed bt Sandeep Khadotra and Ranvet Singh by 11-9, 11-7. Department of Mathematics beat Department of Geography 2-0: Abhimanyu bt D.S.Manhas 11-7,11-9; Puneet bt Dheraj 11-7, 11-6. Department of Commerce beat SHTM 2-0 : Rajat bt Gagan Preet 14-12, 11-9; Shabir bt Stanzin of SHTM 11-9,11-9. Department of Law beat Department of MBA 2-1: Azar bt 5-Aditya 11-5, 11-5; Lokesh bt Aditya 11-5,11-9. Doubles: Lokesh and Azhar bt Taresh and Aditya 11-9, 11-8.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Mar 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Mar 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 31 Mar 2012 00:00:00 IST
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