Kurla team beat Don Bosco (Matunga) for third successive Harris Shield title.
Resuming on 271-9, Bosco's overnight batsmen Soham Nalawde (2) and Chris D'Britto added 18 runs to their overnight total before the former was caught at point by Arman Pathan off pacer Mayur Devrukhkar.
At stumps, Don Bosco's Soham Nalawde and Chris D'Britto were unbeaten on two and 12 respectively.
The Kurla school's skipper Ankit Yadav (93) played a responsible innings after his side were 75-4 at stumps on Thursday and helped his team reach 180-7 in 49.4 overs. Earlier, they had bundled out Parle Tilak for 142
Ayush needed only 73 balls for his 105 which was laced with 22 fours. His opening partner, Ayush Patil scored a patient 50-ball 16 not out
Don Bosco Matunga pacer Mendon's 4-10 has VK Krishna Menon Academy reeling at 24-7 in Parsee Gym-hosted tie
The slender five-run lead was possible due to Yash's spell of 2.3-0-12-2.
Batting first, Shaswat Kapoor (63) and Sumit Singh (50) helped the Kandivli team post a decent total.
Following on, they put up no fight again and were all out for just 73. Mohammad Mustafa claimed three wickets for VK Krishna Mennon while Akshat Pathak, Satyam Yadav and Kush Yadav took two wickets each
Shashwat Kapoor's 150-ball knock was laced with 34 fours and two sixes, while Yash Sabnani smashed 30 fours and two maximums during his 123-ball knock
Off-spinner Aryan Shejule (5-3), and left-arm spinner Saad Shaikh's (4-15) disciplined efforts helped them bowl out the Mankhurd side for 35.
Left-arm spinner Chris D'Britto (3-17) and pacer Harsh Mendon (3-28) were the wreckers-in-chief for the Matunga school, while speedster Sahil Jadhav and off-spinner Aayush Sawant claimed two wickets each.
Batting first, the former champions were restricted to 166 with Siddhant Rai top-scoring with 69
Left-arm spinner Hitanshu Kamdar (6-55) was the pick of the bowlers for Swami Vivekanand
Batting first, Kendriya Vidyalaya's opening pair of Nemat and Anish dominated the proceedings as the Powai school posted 319 without loss in the stipulated 45 overs
SVIS' Meet Mayekar slams 338 in 45-over Harris Shield game before each of the 10 Children Welfare Academy batsmen get dismissed for a duck; all seven runs in losing team's total come through extras.
In reply, the Colaba outfit were bowled out for 75 in 25 overs. Anveet Bobe and Garde claimed five and four wickets respectively for the winning side
Al Barkaat received the winner's trophy from former India wicketkeeper Farokh Engineer and ex-Mumbai all-rounder Abhishek Nayar
Harshvardhan, batting at No. 6 position, brought up his century off 253 balls in the 111th over just before lunch break
Yesterday, members of the team's coaching staff travelled to and fro, between Bombay Gymkhana and Oval Maidan, to keep a tab on what was unfolding at the other match