STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Department of Geography and Department of Sociology on Wednesday won respective matches of the ongoing Inter-departmental Cricket Tournament of University of Jammu (JU), organised by Campus Sports Committee of University of Jammu, on the campus ground, here on Wednesday.
In the first march, Department of Geography outplayed Department of Library Sciences by a comfortable margin of 69 runs.
Batting first, Geography Department set a target of 117 runs for two wickets in 10 overs. Ved Parkash remained top scorer with 41-ball 57 runs (7×4, 1×6) while Rahul Dub and Ankush contributed 19 and 10 runs respectively.
In reply, Library Sciences could not maintain the required run rate and exhausted 10 overs for only 48 runs losing seven wickets. Ashwani, Pankaj and Vivekanand were the main scorer with nine, seven and six runs respectively. For Geography, Inzamam claimed three wickets while Sahil, Basu and Amit took one each.
In other match, Sociology Department registered seven wickets win against The Law School.
Earlier, Law School batting first after winning the toss made 84 runs in 11 overs for the loss of five wickets.
Ranjodh Singh and Yashuwardan made 18 runs each while Gourav Khajuria contributed 16 and Shahrukh added 14 runs to the total. For Sociology Department, Arbaz and Mubashir Vinay took one wicket each.
Later, Sociology Department overhauled the opponent total making 90 runs in 10.1 overs for the loss of three wickets. Aquib was the top scorer with 27-balls 32 runs (2×4,2×6) followed by Rajan, who added 15 runs.
Naveed and Anil took two and one wicket respectively for Law School. Today’s matches were officiated by Ashok Singh, Vijay Kumar, Rajkumar Bakshi and Sat Paul.
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