HCA LEAGUE & KNOCKOUT TOURNAMENTS


UNDER 14 INTER DISTRICTS ONE DAY LEAGUE TOURNAMENT 2013-14

17th Feb 2014

INTER DISTRICTS UNDER 14 ONE DAY TOURNAMENT: Finals

Medak 59 (K Shravan Kumar 3 for 19, G Aniketh Reddy 3 for 13) lost to Nizamabad 60 for 3

15th Feb 2014

INTER DISTRICTS UNDER 14 ONE DAY TOURNAMENT: semi Finals

Medak 221 (R Uday Kiran 37, Abdul Gafoor 45, J Mukesh Nayak 37) bt Karimnagar 157 (Sai Vinay 34)

Nizamabad 261 for 8 (Harshawardhan 89, Afroz Khan 66) bt Adilabad 180 (Himateja 51no, Anirudh Reddy 3 for 30)

13th Feb 2014

INTER DISTRICTS UNDER 14 ONE DAY TOURNAMENT

Karimnagar 169 (Rohan Rao 44, Purane Siddhu 3 for 18, Aniketh Reddy 3 for 38) bt Nizamabad 140 (Harshawardhan 45, Aniketh Reddy 30)

Warangal 79 (R Mukesh 3 for 22) lost to Medak 80 for 6 (Tapasi Raju Yerra 3 for 36)

Khammam 224 (Uday 83, A Govind 3 for 40) bt Nalgonda 71 (S Vamshi 3 for 17)

12th Feb 2014

INTER DISTRICTS UNDER 14 ONE DAY TOURNAMENT

Adilabad 205 (K Himateja 42, Md Rohan 35, N Sujith 3 for 33) bt Warangal 130 (A Sukhruth 35, Harshad 5 for 36)

Nizamabad 264 (G Aniketh Reddy 97, Afroz Khan 57, A Govind 4 for 38) bt Nalgonda 98 (G Aniketh Reddy 3 for 4, A Suchith 3 for 12)

Khammam 95 (Siddhartha Reddy 6 for 31) lost to Karimnagar 100 for 3 (Sri Kiran 40no)

 


School boys score 721 runs in record partnership : Nov 16, 2006

Two schoolboys in Hyderabad set a record partnership on Wednesday, evoking memories of a similar knock between batting great Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli nearly two decades ago.
Openers Manoj Kumar and Mohammad Shaibaz Tumbi both scored triple centuries and put on 721 runs as they batted through a full 40 overs in an under-13s inter-school limited-overs match. Local journalists were quick to recall the 1988 exploits of a teenage Tendulkar and Kambli, who both hit triple centuries in Mumbai`s Harris Shield schools competition. Tendulkar and Kambli put on a record 664 runs for the third wicket for Shardashram against St Xavier`s.

Manoj scored 320 off 127 balls and Tumbi 324 off 116 balls for St Peter`s School and they ran up the highest total, highest partnership and eventually the highest margin of victory (700 runs) in any class of the limited-overs game. A stunned St Phillip`s School were bundled out for a paltry 21 in just seven overs.

 

 


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