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River Rine CCC clinch title

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Jan 29 - River Rine Cricket Coaching Centre outclassed Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre (GCCC) by a huge margin of 111 runs to win the title in the 1st Inter Coaching Centre Invitational (U-16) Limited Over Cricket Tournament organised by the Metro Sports Club.

In the one-sided final played at the Judges� Field here yesterday, River Rine boys amassed 255 for nine in the stipulated 40 overs. Chasing the imposing target, GCCC batsmen were bundled out for 144 in 35.5 overs. Man-of-the-match Shivam Mittal was the top scorer with an 88-ball 95 for the winning team.

Individual prize winners:

(MoM) Shivam Mittal, (MoS) Bishal Roy, (Best Bowler) Krishi Agarwal, (Fair Play) Sahid Ali (GTCCA), (Promising player) Aditya Roy Choudhury (Fairyland), (Best Wicket-keeper) Zuber Ahmed (GCCC), (Best Fielder) Rituraj Biswas (GCCC), (Best Batsman) Kouser Ali (Fairyland), (Centurion) Gurpreet Singh (GCCC).

Brief scores: RRCCC 255/9 (Shivam Mittal 95, Bishal Roy 56, Nibir Deka 36; Rituraj Biswas 4/51). GCCC 144 (Zuber Ahmed 36, Jay Singh 31, Rituraj Biswas 18; Krishi Agarwal 3/19, Siddhartha Sutradhar 2/19, Rohit Agarwal 2/16).

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River Rine CCC clinch title

GUWAHATI, Jan 29 - River Rine Cricket Coaching Centre outclassed Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre (GCCC) by a huge margin of 111 runs to win the title in the 1st Inter Coaching Centre Invitational (U-16) Limited Over Cricket Tournament organised by the Metro Sports Club.

In the one-sided final played at the Judges� Field here yesterday, River Rine boys amassed 255 for nine in the stipulated 40 overs. Chasing the imposing target, GCCC batsmen were bundled out for 144 in 35.5 overs. Man-of-the-match Shivam Mittal was the top scorer with an 88-ball 95 for the winning team.

Individual prize winners:

(MoM) Shivam Mittal, (MoS) Bishal Roy, (Best Bowler) Krishi Agarwal, (Fair Play) Sahid Ali (GTCCA), (Promising player) Aditya Roy Choudhury (Fairyland), (Best Wicket-keeper) Zuber Ahmed (GCCC), (Best Fielder) Rituraj Biswas (GCCC), (Best Batsman) Kouser Ali (Fairyland), (Centurion) Gurpreet Singh (GCCC).

Brief scores: RRCCC 255/9 (Shivam Mittal 95, Bishal Roy 56, Nibir Deka 36; Rituraj Biswas 4/51). GCCC 144 (Zuber Ahmed 36, Jay Singh 31, Rituraj Biswas 18; Krishi Agarwal 3/19, Siddhartha Sutradhar 2/19, Rohit Agarwal 2/16).

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