Sports Reporter JAMMU: The MIER Cricket Academy on Wednesday lifted the Jammu (under-14) Cricket Cup outplaying Lakshay Cricket Academy Udhampur by 39 runs in the final played at Railway Government School Ground, here. Earlier, batting first after winning the toss, MIER made 132 runs losing all their wickets. Kanhaiya remained top scorer with 41 runs while Shaurya contributed 16 runs. For Lakshay Academy, Taksh took three wickets while Vansh bagged one. In reply, Lakshay Academy could not chase the total and was bowled out for 93 runs. Taksh top scored with 21 runs. For MIER Academy, Vidit bowled deadly spell taking away four wickets while Sagar claimed three. Vidit was adjudged as Player of the Match while best batsman trophy went to Kanhaiya of MIER Academy. Taksh of Lakshay Cricket Academy, Udhampur was named as best bowler. Today’s final was officiated by the technical panel including Madan and Diljot as Umpires and Yogesh Dhar as Scorer. In the final, former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta was Chief Guest, who along with Guests of Honour, Kawalajit Singh Bali and Ranjeet Kalra as also Pawan Gupta (DySP) presented title trophies and other individual prizes. The tournament was organised by Balbir Singh.
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