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JAMMU: India Blues defeated India Reds in the Coaching Camp and trial matches of the Physically Challenged Cricketers of India, which were played between the selected the selected 28 players from all over the country at Science College Hostel Ground here on Friday.
The coaching camp and trial matches are being organised by Zonal Police Headquarters Jammu in collaboration with the Physically Challenged Cricket Association of India under the direction and supervision of Dr S.D Singh IGP Jammu whereas Rajesh Gill Chief Prosecuting Officer (CPO) and Former Ranji Player is the Coordinator of the event. Rajesh Gill Coordinator of the event informed that today in the early morning the tough conditioning session, coaching and net practice is being conducted for three and half hours in the grounds with the objective to give enough time for each player so that the selected should win in the coming “Indo-Afgan Friendship 3-Day/Night Series” which is going to be held in a couple of days at Greater Noida.
Later on, in the afternoon session, the selected 28 players of the country were divided into two teams namely India Blues and India Reds. And the match of 20 overs between the two teams played, in which India Blues defeated India Reds by 16 runs.
Batting First India Blues scored 136 runs for all wickets. Vikrant Kinni was the main scorer with 53 runs (8 fours), Ravi Patil 15 runs (3 fours) and Jaswant (12) were the scorers.
For India Reds Ashok , Sandeep, Sarang, Vijay and Nadeem took one each for the team. In Reply India Reds tried hard but could not chased the target and made 120 runs for the loss of 7 wickets Nadeem Bhat was the main scorer with 31 runs, Sandeep scred 22 runs and Omveer made 21 runs thus lost the match 16 runs.
For India Blues Vikrant took two wickets, Syed Shah, Jaswant,Jagmohan, Abdul and Yashpal took 1 wicket each.
Tomorrow the training session/net practice session and later on last match will be played and the performances of net practice as well as matches shall be considered for the final selection of the National team informed Rajesh Gill.
The today’s match was officiated by Sadiq Hussain, Saleem Ur Rehman, Madan Mohan and Sandeep Manchanda.
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