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Jamshedpur: Gulmohur High School wins Cricket Championship, Ankit Singh adjudged Player of the Tournament

Jamshedpur, December 12: Gulmohur High School in School category (Boys) and Safari Royals in Team category came out as winners at Cricket Championship. The last games were played on Monday.

In the school category, the last match was played between Gulmohur High School and Shiksha Niketan School. Shiksha Niketan won the coin toss and was the first to field.

Gulmohar High School batted first to score 134/5 in 20 overs. Shiksha Niketan School chased 135 to win and started well but could only score 119/8 in 20 overs in the end. Gulmohur High School won the final by 15 runs.

Master Ankit Singh, from Gulmohur High School, was named the best player of the tournament; he scored 153 runs and took 4 wickets in the tournament.

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In the team category, the final match was played between the Safari Royals and the Prima Challengers. Prima Challengers won the coin toss and elected to field first. Safari Royals batted first to score 135/5 in 20 overs. In reply, Prima Challengers only managed to score 88 and were all out in 16 overs. Safari Royals won the final by 47 runs.

Safari Royals’ Bunty Kumar was named the tournament’s best player for scoring 70 runs and taking eight wickets.

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Manas Mishra, Senior General Manager, Product Development, Tata Motors; Gurmeet Singh, President and RK Singh, General Secretary of Tata Motors Workers Union along with VN Singh, Chief of Administration and Security; Rajat Kumar Singh, Head of Town Administration; and Ashish Ranjan Sen, Senior Manager (Municipal Administration), Tata Motors, congratulated the winners and runners-up of the tournament.

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