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Hiken hits double ton for Mumbai Customs
November, 22nd 2011

An unbeaten double century by southpaw Hiken Shah and his two useful partnerships enabled Mumbai Customs to finish the first day at 401 for 5 against Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers in the three day Times Shield 'B' Division last round at the RCF ground, Chembur, on Monday.

Shah first added 163 runs for the fourth wicket with Bharat Karnik (81) and then put on 116 runs for the unbroken sixth wicket with Yogesh Dhumal (43). Shah's unbeaten knock of 216 studded with a six and 25 hits to the ropes. This was his second double century in row.

Brief scores:

Division 'B': Mumbai Customs 401/5 (Atul Ranade 37, Hiken Shah batting 216, Bharat Karnik 81, Yogesh Dhumak batting 43)
Division 'C': Naval Dockyard 242 (Mayuresh 50m Sachin Katkar 88, A,Chake 47, Deepak Patil 4-49,N Ambhavkar 3-49) bt Mumbai Police 93 (Devidas Koli 3-14, Rajesh Gohil 3-29)
Future Group 'B' 293 (Nitin Palande 97, Ajay Kadam 68, N Bhurke 65; Jayant Yadav 7-87) bt Air-India 178 (V Zagde 68m Mandar Garude 6-37)
Tata Steel 414-1 (Ketan Meher 93, Sawpnil Bhoir 200*,Randhir Tandel 101 *) bt RBI 160 (N Dinesh 45, S Mishra 51, Rajesh Paghdhare 4-26,B Gharat 3-48)
Choughule 141 (Sumiran 40, Suraj 63;B eher 4-24, S,Khot 3-40) lost to Space Sports 142-3 (A Ambhire 51)
MOSA Central Railway 316 (B Sanjog 57, P Ojza 43, N Rathod 73, R Jadhav 32, S Nage 3-59, H Tipnis 3-65) bt HPCL 101 (Ashish Gupta 6-34).

Payyade, National in final

Payyade Sports Club defeated Islam Gymkhana by nine wickets and set up a summit clash with National Cricket Club, who defeated hosts Mumbai Police by 181 runs in the ORAQ-Police Shield tournament over the weekend.

Brief scores: Islam Gymkhana 174 (S Ahmad 30, V Shah 30*; Rahil Shaikh 3-46, Sagar Gorivale 3-41) lost to Payyade SC 175-1 in 28.5 overs (Hiken Shah 55*, Praful Waghela 76*, S Salvi 36).

National CC 382-8 (S Pradhan 78, S Lad 63, Y Dhumal 30, A Muzumdar 73, Jude Singh 57*; S Shinde 4-59) bt Mumbai Police 207 in 47.3 overs (V Mane 49, N Bhoir 36*, M Hussain 39; R Pawar 5-55). CCI 193 (S Nayak 59, R Lad 36; K Waigankar 4-67, P Tambe 4-53) lost to D Y Patil Group 195-3 (B Shetty 48, V Indulkar 56*, Y Takawale 62*). Parsee Gymkhana 70 (M Rao 3-28, A Mithawalla 3-13) lost to Fort Vijay 73-6 in 16.3 overs (S Bhaye 36; S Nayak 3-32).

Sponsor XI 240 in 50.5 overs (R Tondulkar 49, S Kinlekar 67; S Netrawalkar 4-47, N Narvekar 4-25) bt PJ Hindu Gymkhana 214 in 53.2 overs (D Bhogle 36, H Singh 31, N Patil 47, V Elegetti 64;P Gawli 6-53).

MCA Colts 308-4 in 70 overs (G Jathar 121*, S Ghadigaonkar 33, S Yadav 67, S Singh 330) bt
Bombay Gymkhana 287-8 in 68 overs (S Mangella 50, L D'Costa 65, S Agarwal 74; G Jathar 4-74) on better run rate.

 
 
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