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SILCHAR, Feb 8 � Dainik Jugasankha group retained the title in the Media Cricket Championship for the third consecutive years beating Dainik Janakanta by 37 runs in the final played at the SM Dev Stadium here on Sunday.

Organised by Barak Upatyaka Krira Sangbadik Sanstha (BUKSS), this year the tournament was named after Late Suparna Hore, wife of DSA secretary Babul Hore.

Put into bat Jugasankha posted 153 runs losing 4 wickets in 20 overs. Opener Amalava Das top scored with 67.

In reply, Janakanta scored 116 runs for 7 wickets. Wasim was their leading scorer with 45.

Cachar DC GM Hazarika and Arindam Hore, son Babul Hore presented the winning trophy and cash award of Rs 5000 to Dainik Jugasankha. The runners up team got Rs 3000.

Amalava Das received the Man of the Man and Best Batsman of the tournament ward. Ruhul Amin Laskar of Barak Valley e Media Association (BVEMA) was adjudged the Man of the Tournament. Satyajit Suklabaidya and Anupam Roy of Jugasankha were named the best wicket-keeper and Best Bowler while Arunava Bhattacharjee of Dainik Janakanta received the best fielder award.

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Jugasankha retain title

SILCHAR, Feb 8 � Dainik Jugasankha group retained the title in the Media Cricket Championship for the third consecutive years beating Dainik Janakanta by 37 runs in the final played at the SM Dev Stadium here on Sunday.

Organised by Barak Upatyaka Krira Sangbadik Sanstha (BUKSS), this year the tournament was named after Late Suparna Hore, wife of DSA secretary Babul Hore.

Put into bat Jugasankha posted 153 runs losing 4 wickets in 20 overs. Opener Amalava Das top scored with 67.

In reply, Janakanta scored 116 runs for 7 wickets. Wasim was their leading scorer with 45.

Cachar DC GM Hazarika and Arindam Hore, son Babul Hore presented the winning trophy and cash award of Rs 5000 to Dainik Jugasankha. The runners up team got Rs 3000.

Amalava Das received the Man of the Man and Best Batsman of the tournament ward. Ruhul Amin Laskar of Barak Valley e Media Association (BVEMA) was adjudged the Man of the Tournament. Satyajit Suklabaidya and Anupam Roy of Jugasankha were named the best wicket-keeper and Best Bowler while Arunava Bhattacharjee of Dainik Janakanta received the best fielder award.