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Ganesh Nagar, Fairyland lift school title

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GUWAHATI, April 13 � Both Ganesh Nagar High School and Fairyland High School were declared winners in the Nabin Chandra Tamuly Inter School Cricket Tournament as the final match ended in a tie at the Nehru Stadium here today. The tournament was organised by Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre. Batting first, Fairyland scored 211 for 35 overs. In reply, Ganesh Nagar scored the same amount of runs in 34.5 overs losing all their wickets.

The man of the final went to Bishnu Paswan (Ganesh Nagar High School). The best batsman of the tournament went to Atul Kr Singh (Fairyland High School) and the best bowler award was bagged by Dhritiman Deka (Gurukul Grammar Sr Secondary School)

Brief scores: Fairyland scored 211 for 35 overs (Atul Kr Singh 62 not out, Kausar Ali 40 not out; Rohit Das 02/22). Ganesh Nagar 211 all out in 34.5 overs (Bishnu Paswan not out 74).

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Ganesh Nagar, Fairyland lift school title

GUWAHATI, April 13 � Both Ganesh Nagar High School and Fairyland High School were declared winners in the Nabin Chandra Tamuly Inter School Cricket Tournament as the final match ended in a tie at the Nehru Stadium here today. The tournament was organised by Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre. Batting first, Fairyland scored 211 for 35 overs. In reply, Ganesh Nagar scored the same amount of runs in 34.5 overs losing all their wickets.

The man of the final went to Bishnu Paswan (Ganesh Nagar High School). The best batsman of the tournament went to Atul Kr Singh (Fairyland High School) and the best bowler award was bagged by Dhritiman Deka (Gurukul Grammar Sr Secondary School)

Brief scores: Fairyland scored 211 for 35 overs (Atul Kr Singh 62 not out, Kausar Ali 40 not out; Rohit Das 02/22). Ganesh Nagar 211 all out in 34.5 overs (Bishnu Paswan not out 74).