Dynamic Aayush hits fighting 214-ball 95 to help Borivli school post 196 in response to defending champions Al Barkaat's first innings score of 167.
In reply, the Borivli school ended the day on 39-2 with Krishna Patil and Aryan Sakpal unbeaten on 12 and 15 respectively.
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 fact that he would have played yet another edition of the Indian Premier League by then has to be a positive unless he suffers an injury. He'd also lessen skipper Virat Kohli's workload.
Sunday mid-day runs the rule on batsmen and bowlers who made a telling impact for India to be well placed atop the ICC Test rankings right through 2019
Abhigyan's knock was laced with 22 fours and two sixes, while Aryan had 30 boundaries
Batting first, the CST school scored 371 in the allotted 45 overs. In reply, MBHS were bowled out for just 55 in 17.5 overs. Off-spinner Mann impressed with 6-13
Dilip Vengsarkar and Ajinkya Rahane want Dadar Union lads Yashasvi Jaiswal and Divyansh Saxena to deliver and not succumb to pressure in U-19 World Cup.
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.
Gaurvi Singhvi achieved this feat, swimming the distance of 40 kms, from Samphire Hoe beach in southeast England to Cape Gris Nez in northern France, in 13 hours and 28 minutes on August 23.
New Zealand, who have surprised cricket pundits with their No. 2 elevation in Test rankings earlier this year, could now pose a serious threat to World No. 1 India in the ongoing World Test Championship.
Having been on the winning side of the Irani Cup only four times out of 12, veteran Wasim will look to make it count this time around as his Vidarbha side take on ROI today
Al Barkaat received the winner's trophy from former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar. Mohd Ibrahim Ansari, who played for the Railways in the 1970s, was felicitated at the prize distribution ceremony
"You [kids] have been wonderful cricketers. I would like to tell parents that the upbringing of a kid is very important. What happened to Hardik and Rahul should not happen to you. Education is very important," Vengsarkar said
My coach told me that runs would come automatically if I stayed at the wicket. Hopefully, this [knock] turns out to be in a winning cause," Yaseen said
Batting first, defending champions Rizvi were bowled out for a paltry 111, thanks to a maiden five-wicket haul (5-45) from left-arm pacer Javed Sharif
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Kenyan Cosmas Lagat and Ethiopia's Worknesh Alemu clinch men's and women's honours respectively at Mumbai Marathon with facile wins