Chennai: Now that Tamilnadu Cricket Association has made it official that N Srinivasan is no more the president of the association, the million dollar question is who is calling the shots in the cricket body. In a press release to media houses, they referred Srinivasan as TNCA executive committee member’ and not a ‘president.’ Sources in the TNCA says, “It was evident that based on the Supreme Court verdict on
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Chennai: Vijay CC qualified for the TNCA First Division Elite group final after getting the better of India Pistons on better run quotient and run rate after safely negotiating 50 per cent of total overs played by their opponents in their semi-final here on Thursday. India Pistons lost their last man in the first ball of the day to be bowled out for 458. Vijay CC started strong with K
Chennai: The TNCA city schools tournament for boys U16 years will commence from the first week of July. Entry forms can be collected from the office of the Tamilnadu Cricket Association on any working day between 1000 am and 6 pm from 14 June. The entry forms for the tournament duly filled, should reach the office of the TNCA on or before 24 June.
Chennai: Jagadeesan’s century (183) helped Grand Slam reach a commanding score of 258 for 3 against UFCC (T Nagar) on day 2 of the TNCA First Division League Plate finals here yesterday. Scores (Day 2): UFCC (T Nagar) 294 all out, Grand Slam 258 for 3 in 89 overs (N Jagadeesan 183, S Ashwini Ram 2 for 55).
Chennai: Vijay CC defeated Globe Trotters by an innings and 120 runs in the third round of the Elite TNCA First Division League here on Tuesday. Scores: Globe Trotters 151 and 175 in 53.1 overs (Thalaivan Sargunam 87) lost to Vijay CC 446/8 declared. Jolly Rovers 309 and 77/1 in 13.3 overs defeated Alwarpet CC 152 and 230 in 61.3 overs (B Rahul 79, Piyush Chawla 6 for 40).
Chennai: Vellore Cricket Club celebrated the completion of its eightieth year recently. P M Belliappa presided over the function. He recalled his association with the town since 1959. Lauding the club for its achievements, he pointed out that it is for the next generation of players to take the club to the next level. P S Subrahmanian, former captain of the club traced the history of the VCC. C R Vijayaraghavan,