Modern English School under Achievers Cricket Academy defeats Anjuman Islam School in U14 Giles Shield Tournament’24

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Anjuman Islam School opting to bat first at Elf Oval Maidan in Mumbai made a total of 186 runs in 67.1 overs with Vivaan Jobanputra and Jasmeet Singh impressing one and all with their bowling. Vivaan was the pick of the lot returning with bowling figures of 4/75 in 25.1 overs which included 4 maidens while Jasmeet Singh took 3/40 in 17 overs which included 5 maidens.

Modern English School in reply scored 212 runs in their 1st innings batting it out for 91.4 overs with opener Dhairya Patil scoring 58 runs while Kavish Gosalia at the middle order chipping in with 40 runs as Modern English School won the match on 1st innings lead.

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