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K.Harvard Tourney: RP School crush Vision School in one-sided contest

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Srinagar, May 28: RP School Srinagar dominated with both bat and ball as they defeated Vision School Naseem Bagh by 115 runs in the match of the Kashmir Harvard Under-16 Inter-School cricket tournament at TRC ground , here on Monday.K Havard Inter School cricket (1)

In the second match of the tournament that is being organized by State Cricket Academy of Sports Council in collaboration with Amblin, Vision School won the toss an invited RP School to bat first. It was not a smart decision as RP School went on to post a decent total of 157 runs on board for the loss of five wickets in allotted 20 overs.  Mashrooq with unbeaten 47 runs from 29 balls was highest scorer for them while as Huzaif scored 25 and Aafaq scored 23. For Vision School, Taufeeq took two wickets while as Aqib and Nadeem took one wicket each.

In reply, Vision School were never in hunt as the while team got all out for 42 runs in 12 overs.Sahir with 13 was highest scorer for them. Manan and Amir took three wickets each for RP School while as Sebtiyan took two. Umer took one wicket.K Havard Inter School cricket (2)

Incharge corporate communications J&K Bank, Sajad Bazaz was guest at the man of the match presentation ceremony. Mashrooq was adjudged as man of the match for his knock of 47.

“It is good to see school students competing against each other in such level of event. It is big event with excellent facility facilities. By playing in top level event in which competition of high standard they will learn lot and it is going to help them in future,” Sajad Bazaz said.

On Tuesday, in the third match of the event, Little Angels School Rajbagh will be clashing with Tahira Khanam’s School. The tournament is sponsored by Kashmir Harvard, J&K Bank, Unibec Biscuits and Pure Max.