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  Paramount-A lift Aurobinda Memorial Trophy
BHUBANESWAR,20 Mar 2019 (Team Orisports)
 

Host Paramount Sportings-A achieved a hat-trick by emerging champions for the third successive time in the 4th Aurobinda Memorial U-15 Cricket Tournament at Paramount Sportings Ground here today. Paramount Sportings-A achieved the feat, trouncing Pragati Sporting in the lop-sided final by 186 runs.

Paramount-A player Sudarshan Swain was adjudged both best batsman and player of the tournament, while his teammate Swayam Sarthak Routray and Bidyadhar Behera were named as best bowler and best wicketkeeper respectively. The prize for best fielder went to Soumya Ranjan Moharana of Pragati Sporting.

The champion team received a cash prize of Rs 20,000 and runners-up side Rs 10,000. Bhubaneswar Athletic Association secretary Sourjya Ranjan Parija, former Deputy Mayor K Shanti, Odisha Mines Corporation Director Shantanu Rath and Bhubaneswar BDO Shantanu Mohanty handed over the trophy and prizes at the presentation ceremony. Host Paramount Sportings president Pratap Jena was present on the occasion.

RESULTS:

March 3 (Match 1): Paramount Sportings-B
145/10 in 38.5 overs (Sidheswar Parida 34, Sayed Jamal Ahemad 30; Sobhandev Behera 4/27, Saransh Rout 3/19) lost to Oscar Sporting 149/5 in 28.2 overs (Jagit Dash 44 n.o, Biswajit Pradhan 32, Sobhandev Behera 28 n.o; Aditya Agarwal 3/50, Sayed Tisfail Ahemad 2/24) by 5 wkts. Player of the Match (PoM): Sobhandev Behera; Best Fielder (BF): M Kaushik.

March 4 (Match 2): Biswabharati Club, Cuttack
169/9 in 40 overs (Baljinder Singh 51, K Kiran Kumar 34, Md Zishan 32, Sarthak Gourab Panda 21; Sriraj Pattnaik 3/18) lost to Mukteswar Cricket Club, Bhubaneswar 172/3 in 32.1 overs (Subasish Mallik 46 n.o, Karan Mohapatra 41, Bibhansu Sekhar Ray 37; Sambit Kumar Bej 1/18) by 7 wkts. PoM: Subasish Mallik; BF: Bibhansu Sekhar Ray.

March 5 (Match 3): Saheed Sporting, Bhubaneswar 113/10 in 39.3 overs (Shauryan Pattnaik 30, Saswat Rout 20; Subhrakanta Parida 3/12, Partha Sarathi Sahoo 2/4, Ashutosh Sahu 2/28) lost to Rameswar Sporting 115/2 in 22.2 overs (Tanay Kumar Biswal 59, Ashutosh Sahu 21 n.o; Bivas Chand 2/28) by 8 wkts. PoM: Tanay Kumar Biswal.

March 6 (Match 4): Nimpur Sporting, Cuttack 108/10 in 34.5 overs (Shrenyashu Panda 38; Suryakanta Bhutia 3/12, Tarini P Nayak 3/25, Sumit Mishra 2/19, Ayush Samantray 2/25) lost to Greens Cricket Academy, Bhubaneswar 110/3 in 17.2 overs (S Himanshu 50, Anurag Pattanaik 25) by 7 wkts. PoM: S Himanshu; BF: S Barik (Nimpur).

March 8 (Match 5, QF-1): Paramount Sporting-A 286/6 in 40 overs (Sudarshan Swain 155 n.o, Bidyadhar Behera 40, Bivudutta Das 22; Ganesh Sahoo 2/55) beat Mukteswar Cricket Club 76/10 in 33.4 overs (Karan Mohapatra 19; Bivudutta Das 3/12, Ritesh Priyaranjan 2/11, Swayam Sarthak Routray 2/22) by 210 runs. PoM: Sudarshan Swain; BF: Subashis Mallik.

March 9 (Match 6, QF-2):
Juvenile Cricket Academy, Cuttack
153/9 in 40 overs (Ashirbad Swain 38, Siba Sundar Das 25, Diptanshu Das 23; Asutosh Sahoo 3/28, Pratik Kumar Swain 2/37) lost to Rameswar Sporting 154/6 in 34.2 overs (M Gautam Gopal 56, Asutosh Sahoo 47; BLS Bajrangi 3/22, Diptanshu Das 2/36) by 4 wkts. PoM: Asutosh Sahoo; BF: Sai Patra.

March 10 (Match 7, QF-3): Oscar Sporting 94/10 in 29.5 overs (Jagjit Das 31, Koushik Kumar Nayak 26; Jagyanjeet Sahoo 6/10) lost to Union Sporting 95/4 in 24.3 overs (Chitta Ranjan Behera 44 n.o; Sobhandev Behera 2/23) by 6 wkts. PoM and BF: Jagyanjeet Sahoo.

March 11 (Match 8, QF-4): Greens Cricket Academy 153/10 in 35.1 overs (Suryakant Bhutia 45, Tarini Prasad Nayak 31; Sarthak Saurav Kumar 3/40, Ayush Samantray 2/17, Soumya Ranjan Moharana 2/20, Soubhatya Sankar Behera 2/27) lost to Pragati Sporting 156/4 in 29.5 overs (Smruti Prakash Swain 66, Aman Dash 37; Tarini Prasad Nayak 3/26) by 6 wkts. PoM: Smruti Prakash Swain; BF: Soumya Ranjan Moharana.

March 14 (Match 9, SF-1): Union Sporting 54/10 in 24 overs (Swayam Sarthak Routray 4/22, Pratyush Prakash Sah00 3/10) lost to Paramount Sporting-A 55/2 in 13.2 overs (M Gyanendra Kumar 14 n.o; Arnab Pattnaik 1/7) by 8 wkts. PoM: Swayam Sarthak Routray; BF: M Gyanendra Kumar.

March 15 (Match 10, SF-2): Rameswar Sporting 106/10 in 30.2 overs (Aditya Jena 21; Ayush Samantray 3/21, Soumya Ranjan Moharana 3/45) lost to Pragati Sporting 109/5 in 27.4 overs (Subham Nayak 44 n.o; Sai Prasad Patra 2/14, Asutosh Sahoo 2/19) by 5 wkts. PoM & BF: Subham Nayak.

March 20 (Match 11, Final): Paramount Sporting-A 244/4 in 40 overs (Anshuman Sahoo 74, Bidyadhar Behera 58 n.o, Sudarshan Swain 44) beat Pragati Sporting 58/10 in 32.2 overs (Birajkant Behera 4/14, Ritesh Priyaranjan 2/9, Bivudutta Das 2/10) by 186 runs. PoM: Anshuman Sahoo.
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PHOTO: Players of champion Paramount Sportings-A with the Aurobinda Memorial Trophy in Bhubaneswar on March 20, 2019.

 

 
   

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