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Interactive Avenues & Ambience Publicis makes it through to quarter finals

MUMBAI: Cag Shield Cricket Tournament played on 17th February 2007- league stage round.In the first decider for the quarter finals, Interactive Avenues humbled R.K. Swamy by 4 wickets thus confirming their place. After winning toss and choosing to bat first, R.K.Swamy?s innings came to an end in just 27.4 overs and 172 runs, with Kawal Kazi making 45 runs and Prashant Shetty scoring 39 runs. R. Subramani took 4 wickets for 43 runs. Int. Avenues reached the necessary target in 34 overs, with 6 wickets to spare. Sujit Soman was adjudged the Man of the Match for his score of 81 runs.

Adfactors Advertising won the last match of the group stage by 90 runs against Law and Kenneth. Major contribution from Kishor Jadhav (59 runs), Nilesh Patil (48 runs) and Sunil Patil (40 runs) took Adfactors total to 280 runs in 45 overs. Law and Kenneth batting order couldn?t survive for full quota of 45 overs and were bundled out for 190 runs in 38.2 overs. Durgesh Bhosale took 4 wickets in 29 runs. Adfactor opening batsman Kishor Jadhav was the Man of the Match.

In one of the low scoring affairs on this last stage of the league matches, Euro RSCG team was bundled out for a mere 71 runs by strong Percept team. S. Mulla (3 wkts. for 16 runs) and Indrajeet Yadav (3 wkts. for 16 runs) of Percept were the main tormentors for Euro team. Percept reached the target of 72 runs in only 8.4 overs with 6 wickets to spare. Suresh Jadhav adjudged the man of the match.

Ambience Publicis won the match against Contract Advertising by 25 runs. Batting first Ambience team was all out for 170 runs in 37.2 overs due to a valiant effort by Nipun Goomer who took 4 wickets in 26 runs. Contract Advertising team had a good opening stand of 70 runs between Hitesh Padmashali (50 runs) and Anil Ghodakia (25 runs). Abhay Patel (5 wickets in 24 runs) and Ramesh Arya (3 wickets in 27 runs) restricted Contract to 145 runs. Abhay Patel was the man of the match for his brilliant bowling performance.

The match between Bates India and Vyas Giannetti Creative (VGC) was a fiercely fought one. After winning the toss, Bates India put VGC in to bat. VGC made 277 for 8 in stipulated 40 overs powered by brilliant 64 runs in only 28 balls by all rounder Vaibhav Sane. Atul Hegde (33 runs) and Niket Karvir (31 runs) also pitched in to take total to 277 runs. Bates showed bigger heart by fighting till last ball but fell short by 48 runs. Vaibhav Sane took 3 wickets in 44 runs. He was the Man of the Match.

The stage is now set for the quarter finals, with most of the favourites having sealed their place, and preparations are in full swing to battle it out for the big prize. All eyes are set on the 24th of February, when only four teams will make it to the semis. Will it be the favourites or will there be a few upsets? Keep watching this space.

(The CAG Shield Cricket Tournament: Presenting Sponsor- Visage Images, Radio partner- Radio One, Print Partner- Mid Day, Web partner- Exchange4Media)

Brief Scores

VGC: 277 FOR 8, N. KARVIR - 31 RUNS,

V. SANE - 64 RUNS,A. HEGDE - 33 RUNS.

S. RAO - 4/47, G. VALINJE - 3/53,

BATES: 230 ALL OUT, H. ZAVERI - 45 RUNS, R. RAJA -

49 RUNS, V. DESAI - 49 RUNS, V. SANE - 3/44,

MAN OF THE MATCH: VAIBHAV SANE

R. K. SWAMY: 172 ALL OUT, K. KAZI - 45 RUNS,

P. SHETTY - 39 RUNS, R. SUBRAMANIUM - 4/43,

INT. AVENUES: 174 FOR 6, S. SOMAN - 81 RUNS

N. SAWANT - 3/22, A. CHAKRAPANI - 3/36,

MAN OF THE MATCH: SUJIT SOMAN

ADFACTORS: 280 FOR 7, K. JADHAV - 59 RUNS

N. PATIL - 48 RUNS, S. PATIL - 40 RUNS,

H. MISTRY - 2/54, A. AMIN - 2/33,

LAW & KENNETH - 190 ALL OUT, H. MISTRY - 51 RUNS,

S. TATKARE - 40 RUNS, D. BHOSALE - 4/29,

MAN OF THE MATCH: KISHOR JADHAV

EURO RSCG: 71 FOR 8, N. BHANDARKAR - 23 RUNS,

S. MULLA - 3/16, I. YADAV - 2/16

PERCEPT: 72 FOR 4, S. JADHAV - 28 RUNS

A. MORE - 2/26

MAN OF THE MATCH: SURESH JADHAV

AMBIENCE: 170 ALL OUT, M. JADHAV - 20 RUNS,

S. TADE - 28 RUNS, N. GOOMAR - 4/26,

CONTRACT: 145 FOR 9, H. PADMASHALI - 50 RUNS,

A. GHODAKIYA - 25 RUNS,

R. ARYA - 3/27, A. PATIL - 5/24,

MAN OF THE MATCH: ABHAY PATIL

O&M, GROUPM AND REDIFFUSION GOT BYE



Quarter finals will be played on 24th February 2007

VGC Vs. INTERACTIVE AVENUES

PERCEPT Vs. AMBIENCE

GROUPM Vs O&M

ADFACTOR Vs. REDIFUSSION

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