Under-19 cricket tourney: Mann helps Ludhiana conquer Jalandhar – The Tribune India

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Updated At: Jan 19, 2021 07:13 AM (IST)
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Patiala, January 18
Pukhraj Mann’s magnificent batting helped Ludhiana defeat Jalandhar on the basis of the first innings lead in the two-day match of the First Hans Raj Saggi Foundation Cup 2021 (Under 19), held at the Saggi Grounds, here today.
Mann made 401 runs of 245 balls to help Ludhiana score 636 runs. Notably, Jalandhar scored 192 runs in the first innings.
Batting second, Ludhiana lost both openers for just 10 runs. However, Fatehveer and Mann scored 626 runs for the third wicket and remained not out. Mann’s score includes 33 boundaries and 25 sixes in his knock. Meanwhile, Fatehveer made 201 runs of 214 balls. Mann was declared man of the match for his batting. — TNS
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