CCI Prezmen pocket Kekoo Nicholson Billiards title

May 08, 2018, 07:47 IST | Agencies

The Cricket Club of India Prezmen got the better of MCF Tough Men to emerge champions in the CCI Kekoo Nicholson BSAM Billiards League recently

The victorious CCI Prezmen team with Meher Nicholson (third from right), wife of late Kekoo Nicholson at the CCI recently
The victorious CCI Prezmen team with Meher Nicholson (third from right), wife of late Kekoo Nicholson at the CCI recently

The Cricket Club of India Prezmen got the better of MCF Tough Men to emerge champions in the CCI Kekoo Nicholson BSAM Billiards League recently.

The CCI outfit, with a combined team handicap of 55 points, plus the minus five handicap of the MCF (Mandpeshwar Civic Federation) team, enjoyed a head start of a 60 points advantage and did not let the advantage slip as they cantered to a 600-332 victory in the race to 600 points in the final played over three frames at the CCI Wilson Jones Billiards Room.

The CCI Prezmen got a cash award of R60,000, while the MCF outfit were awarded R30,000. Both the losing semi-finalists, ECC Elfies Thunderbolts and PCL Beach Boys received a cash prize of Rs 15,000 each while losing quarter-finalists Catholic Decapitare, CCI Nicholson's Boys, JVPG Jugglers and PG Centrics won Rs 7,500 each.

Final Result
CCI 'Prezmen' (handicap 55) beat MCF 'Tough Men' (handicap -5) 600-332 (Hasan Badami bt Chandu Kansodaria (+10) 200-114, Sparsh Pherwani (+20) lost Rohan Jambusaria (-60) 145-200, Nishant Dossa (+35) bt Mehul Sutaria (+45) 109-18)

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