Anosh, Aleseo take Swami Vivekanand to final
Skipper Anosh Chaudhary's unbeaten 105 and medium-pacer Aleseo Paulose's five-wicket haul helped Swami Vivekanand (Borivali) beat Parle Tilak (English) by 94 runs to enter the final of the B Khichadia-Khar Gymkhana inter-school (U-16) cricket at Cross Maidan yesterday. They will now take on holders Rizvi Springfield, who beat IES (Charkop) by 207 runs.
Swami Vivekanand (Borivali) 249-7 (Pranav Bhatia 60, Anosh Chaudhary 105 n o) bt Parle Tilak (English) 155 (Anush Pakhade 60, Atharva Ankolekar 40; Aleseo Paulose 5-19); Rizvi Springfield 314-6 in 45 overs (Prithvi Shaw 109, Usama Parkar 54 n o, Azim Shaikh 52 n o) bt IES (Charkop) 107 (Danish Mansuri 3-50, Sadak Singh 3-9, Prithvi Shaw 4-22).
Indian Gymkhana win
Last year's runners-up, Indian Gymkhana registered a hard-fought win over Deccan Gymkhana, Pune to qualify for the junior girls' quarterfinals in the ninth Nagpada Basketball Association invitational meet at the Bachookhan Municipal Ground yesterday.
Spearheaded by Kimberley, who top-scored with 19 points, Indian Gymkhana surged to a 52-37 win.
Results: Jr. Girls' league: Pool B: Indian Gym 52 (Kimberley 19) bt Deccan Gym, Pune 37 (Saaz Karandikar 12); Youth Boys league: Pool B: Indian Gym 43 (Israel 16, Shantanu 12, Sagar 10) bt Ghatkopar YMCA 18 (Chaitanya 4, Tejas 4); Men: NBA 68 (Mohsin Shaikh 19, Aquib Khan 14, Mazhar Khan 13) bt Indian Gym 49 (Nikhil Ayre 11, Akash Shetty 10). HT: 29-19.
St Theresa's champs
St Theresa's beat St Stanislaus via the tie-breaker to lift the Bandra Gymkhana U-14 Schools Open Rink football tournament at the DPRC ground recently. After regulation time, both teams were locked 2-2.