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  Aurobinda Memorial inter-school final on April 28
BHUBANESWAR,24 Apr 2017 (Team Orisports)
 

Juvenile Club (Cuttack) will meet host Paramount Sporting `A’ in the final of the 2nd Arabinda Memorial All-Odisha Under-15 Cricket Tournament at Paramount Ground here on April 28. In the semifinals, Paramount Sporting `A` thrashed Town Club by eight wickets, while Juvenile Club beat Paramount `B` by 28 runs.

The tournament is being organised by Paramount Sporting from April 7, 2017. Altogether 16 teams have joined this tournament, which offers cash prizes of Rs 20,000 and Rs 10,000 for the champion and runner-up teams respectively.

Odisha Tourism and Culture Minister Ashok Chandra Panda inaugurated the tournament in the presence of Paramount Sporting president Pratap Jana and secretary Ashok Patra.

RESULTS:
April 7 (Match No 1): Mukteswar Cricket Club
136/10 in 29.5 over (Anurag Biswal 38; Sandeep Chowhan 3/15, Ritik Patra 3/42) lost to Saheed Sporting Club 140/4 in 27 overs (Omm Sriram Dasmohapatra 66, Priyabrat Dash 23 n.o; Srijan Bhuiyan 2/20) by 6 wickets. MoM: Omm Sriram Dasmohapatra.

 

April 8 (Match No 2): Juvenile Cricket Academy 246/9 in 40 overs (Kevin Christopher 66, Omm Prakash Swain 46, Saideep Mohapatra 39, Javed Khan 39; Nageswar Guru 3/37, Samvab Samantaray 3/50, Sarthak Basu 2/34) beat Jagruti Cricket Academy 124/10 in 32.5 overs (Nageswar Guru 64; BL Sibaram Bajrangi 3/14, Arihant Pattnaik 3/29) by 122 runs. MoM: Kevin Christopher.

April 9 (Match No 3): Paramount-A 223/9 in 40 overs (Bishmay Ranjan Rout 56, Manitej Mohanty 31, Abhijit Upadhyay 30, Sai Subham 26, M Gyanendra 23; Asish Rath 2/38, Raju Dash 2/49) beat Bharat Bhusan Cricket Academy 92/10 in 25.3 overs (Raju Dash 23; Ritesh Priya Ranjan 4/25, Asutosh Nayak 3/10) by 131 runs. MoM: Ritesh Priya Ranjan.

April 10 (Match No 4): Rising Student Club 346/7 in 40 overs (Prince Sanket Behera 102, Bitu Saha 90*, Biswajit Patra 60, Pratyush Das 20) beat Solar Club 117/10 in 26 overs (Binayak Sahoo 57; Biswajit Patra 4/23, Aditya Nayak 2/24, Bitu Saha 2/25) by 229 runs. MoM: Prince Sanket Behera.

April 11 (Match No 5): Pragati Sporting 214/10 in 40 overs (Pratyush Purohit 58, Anshuman Bej 39, Ayush Sutar 31; Suman Gaurav Ojha 4/37, Sanjay Patra 2/19) beat Balasore Cricket Academy 124/10 in 30.3 overs (Rajiv Lochan Sahoo 39, Anubhab Jaysuria 20; Kumar Parag 2/11, Rohan Dev Mohanty 2/16, D Sabat 2/27, Sarthak Gaurav Kumar 2/30) by 90 runs. MoM: Pratyush Purohit.

April 12 (Match No 6): Rameswar Sporting 113/10 in 35.5 overs (Asutosh Sahoo 54; Pratyush Prakash Sahoo 3/5, Swayam Sarthak Routray 2/20, Biraj Kanta Behera 2/26) lost to Paramount Sporting-B 117/3 in 20.2 overs (Punya Prasanna Mohanty 46, Abhijeet Tripathy 30) by 7 wkts. MoM: Pratyush Prakash Sahoo.

April 13 (Match No 7): Town Club 308/1 in 40 overs (Binayak Mohanty 166 n.o, Ankit Pattnaik 121 n.o) beat Bhadrak Cricket Academy 84/9 in 19.5 overs (Ranjan Yadav 39; Sushil Barik 3/14, Anuj Mahaswakar 2/22) by 224 runs. MoM: Binayak Mohanty.

April 15 (Match No 8): Oscar Club 197/10 in 40 overs (Ajitesh Motwani 43, Chaitra Dev 34, Kumar Aryan Rath 32; Tarini Prasad Nayak 6/20) beat Green Club 143/10 in 39.2 overs (Mrutyunjay Mohapatra 66, Ritwik Jena 27; Neeraj Kumar Gupta 3/19, Aniket Patra 2/17, Sudhanshu Nayak 2/27) by 54 runs. MoM: Tarini Prasad Nayak.

April 16 (Match No 9, QF-1): Paramount Sporting-A 248/9 in 40 overs (Manitej Mohanty 81, Sai Subham 47, Abhijit Upadhyay 42, Anshuman Sahoo 22; Neeraj Gupta 3/36, Bibek Samal 2/32) beat Oscar Sporting 77/10 in 27.5 overs (Ritesh Priyaranjan 4/9, Asutosh Nayak 2/21, Aniket Tripathy 2/22) by 171 runs. MoM: Manitej Mohanty.

April 18 (Match No 10, QF-2): Saheed Sporting 133/9 in 40 overs (Biswa Baibhav Muduli 36, Sandeep Chauhan 34, Priyabrat Dash 20; Jagdish Ghadei 4/33, Javed Khan 2/24) lost to Juvenile Cricket Academy 134/3 in 35.2 overs (Om Prakash Swain 47*, Saideep Mohapatra 40, Javed Khan 22) by 7 kwts. MoM: Jagdish Ghadei.

April 19 (Match No 11, QF-3): Pragati Sporting 82/10 in 31.2 overs (Ayush Sutar 28; Sushil Barik 4/20, Silan Naik 3/7) lost to Town Club 86/4 in 14.4 overs (Priyanshu Pritam Padhy 31*, Sushil Barik 20; Dipanshu Sabat 2/33) by 6 wkts. MoM: Sushil Barik.

April 20 (Match No 12, QF-4): Rising Student 180/10 in 33.5 overs (Prince Sanket Behera 43, Sashang Rungta 69; Pratyush Prakash Sahoo 3/28, Partha Sarathi Sahoo 3/29) lost to Paramount Sporting-B 181/2 in 33 overs (Abhijeet Tripathy 92, Purnya Prasan Mohanty 34, Bibhudutta Das 26 n.o;) by 8 wkts. MoM: Abhijeet Tripathy.

April 21 (Match No 13, SF-1): Town Club 177/10 in 39.4 overs (Binayak Mohanty 112; Asutosh Nayak 2/20, Ritesh Priyaranjan 2/27, Spandan Mohanty 2/57) lost to Paramount Sporting-A 178/2 in 36.4 overs (Manitej Mohanty 80*, Sai Subham 67*) by 8 wkts. MoM: Manitej Mohanty.

April 24 (Match No 14, SF-2): Juvenile Club 135/9 in 40 overs (Siddharth Nayak 47, Aryanshu Satpathy 23*, Suraj Kumar Behera 20; Md Arhan Ali 3/32, Partha Sarathi Sahoo 2/17) beat Paramount Sporting-B 107/10 in 35.3 overs (Punya Prasanna Mohanty 18, Extras 24; BLS Bajrangi 4/28, Suraj Kumar Behera 2/7) by 28 runs. MoM: BLS Bajrangi.
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TOP:
Ritesh Priya Ranjan receives the man of the match prize from former Odisha cricketer Prashant Mohapatra in Bhubaneswar on April 9, 2017.
RIGHT:
Kevin Christopher receives the man of the match prize from Odisha pace bowler Basant Mohanty in Bhubaneswar on April 8, 2017.

 
   

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