Rudrankksh Patil, who became world champion earlier this month. Will compete in the country’s top 20 air rifle shooters at the 13th RR Lakshya Cup on Sunday at the Lakshya Shooting Club in Panvel.
In Al-Barkaat MMI’s second-round match against New English School. Bandra on Saturday at the Sassanian ground, Azad Maidan, Agney Adi scored 169 runs off 189 balls (24 fours) and Mohammed Saif Khan scored 111 runs off 229 balls (10 fours).
In the drawn match, the two added 281 runs off 408 balls for the fourth wicket. Brief ratings: Harshwardan Barmukh (78), Gandharva Kuvlekar (34), and Aarav Gupta (53). All from New English School, Bandra, scored 276 runs in 77.3 overs. Kartik Kumar 4/41, Arpan Kosle 3/30) drew with Al Barkaat MMI English School 383/5 of every 90 overs (Agney Adi 169, Mohammad Saif Khan 111; Rathod Darshan 3/51
Day One: Young Comrade Shield Brief scores Prasad Pawar 57, Sagar Mishra 41, and Jayesh Chandankar 34 scored Payyade SC 211/8 in 64 overs; Bhatnagar S&CF vs. Ajitkumar Yadav (3/52); Public CC 246/2 of every 59 overs (Aaditya Srivastava 127*, Swapnil Pradhan 60* Vaishnav Narvekar 33) versus Parsee Gymkhana; Apollo CC won by 180 runs in 48.2 overs (67 for Ashrath Chavan; Nehalkatakdhond 3/37, Akshay Jambhekar 5/52) vs.
New Hind SC 20/2 in 9 overs; 182 runs were scored by Mumbai Police Gymkhana in 41.2 overs (Aaryaraj Nikam 76, Yogesh Patil 38; Sachin Bhosale (4/59) defeated Victory CC with 62/1 in 12 overs (42* by Jay Bista); Bins Neyyoth 41; PJ Hindu Gymkhana 172 in 34.2 overs Devendranath Parida (6/56, Sandesh Sawant 3/42) defeated Young Comrade CC (Anish Choudhary 60) 102/3 in 16 overs.
Cup Lakshya: The nation’s top 20 air rifle shooters will compete in the 13th RR Lakshya Cup, which will begin on Sunday at the Lakshya Shooting Club premises in Panvel. Rudrankksh Patil, who became world champion earlier this month, will be one of the top draws. In addition, Patil is the event’s defending champion and this year’s competitors. Including junior World Cup medalist Parth Makhija and Navyman Kiran Jadhav.
Suma Shirur, the Lakshya Club’s founder and the president recently received the prestigious Dronacharya Award. Stated: The shooters will undoubtedly enjoy the two days of camaraderie and the challenge of top-notch shooting.” MFA Association: DFA wins 4-0 D’Souza Football Academy beat India Rush SC 4-0. In a Mumbai Football Association (MFA) boy’s Under-15 Yuva President League match. That took place on Saturday at the Neville D’Souza turf in Bandra.
Rutvick Chavan, Max Lakri, Zayne D’Souza, and Shlok Jagtap all contributed to the DFA’s victory and full points. Youth Soccer Academy defeated The Soccer Academy-MSP 1-0 in a match in the same division. Mohd Idris, a striker, scored the crucial goal. Results: Boys’ U-15: India Rush SC was defeated 0 by D’Souza Football Academy 4 (Rutvick Chavan, Max Lakri, Zayne D’Souza, and Shlok Jagtap); Youth Soccer Institute 1 (Mohd Idris) beat.
The Soccer Foundation MSP 0; Boys’ U-13: Lemon Break FC was defeated by Mumbai City FC 9 (Jess Bhobe 2. Asif Sheikh 2, Hamza Haider 2, Mayank Thapa, Shaurya Koli, and Ayaan Maniar). In the 6-team MCC Double-Leg Pro-40 league. At the Oval Maidan, Shashank Kumar excels with the bat and the ball to lead MCC Blue to its third victory. MCC Blue defeated MCC Red, the previous champions, by 73 runs. MCC Blue had their third win in a row. MCC Orange won another match by 71 runs over MCC Green.
Brief ratings: MCC Blue won by 189 runs in 40 overs (Shashank Kumar 36. Aman Varma 35, Sahil Hire 30; Raja Kumar 3-23, Mohsin Kazi 3/34) over MCC Red. Who were all out for 116 runs (Sagar Shethi 33; Shashank Kumar 2/8, Asais Khan 3/37) by 73 runs. Man-of-the-match: Kumar Shashank. Israel Nayak (44), Saurabh Paswan (42), and Vijay Choudhary (32); MCC Orange (251/7) Shubham Sonkusare (5/45) defeated MCC Green with 180 runs (Satyam Tripathi 53, Shashikant Yadav 42, Shrinath Singh 30; 71 runs (Rohit Dolas, 4/20). Man-of-the-match: Sonkusa.