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Percept, Rediffusion & Vyas Giannetti Creative in quarter-finals of CAG Shield cricket tourney

MUMBAI: Round two of the CAG cricket tournament saw some dramatic results, Defending Champions Adfactors crashed to a surprise defeat, Group M were bundled out for a mere 48 runs and three teams entered the quaterfinals with one round to spare.

Vyas Giannetti Creative (VGC) crushed defending champions Adfactors by 7 wickets. Batting first, Adfactors were restricted to a paltry total of 112. Niket Karvir of VGC swept through the Ad factor batting line up, with fantastic bowling figures of 9-1-18-5.

In another match, Rediffusion won by a huge margin of 166 runs against Interactive Avenues. Int. Avenues won the toss and put Rediffusion to bat first who went on to score 282 runs. Ganesh Panchal scored 57 runs and Dipesh Mulya scored 45 runs. Int. Avenues were bundled out for mere 116 runs. Dipesh Mulya took 2 wickets for 10 runs and walked away with the Man of the Match award.

The match between R.K.Swamy and Network Advertising was a close one, with R.K.Swamy winning this nail biter by 2 wickets. Batting first Network made 205 runs in 40 overs. Innings of 58 runs by I. Nawaz and 52 runs by U. Chaukekar helped the total

to go past 200. R.K. Swamy faltered in the beginning, losing the first wicket for 14 runs. But the partnership between Navin Sawant and S. Pawar of 114 runs got R.K. Swamy

in to a winning position. Navin Sawant was adjudged the man of the match.

One of the most eagerly awaited matches between Group M and Percept was a low-scoring affair. Perecpt put up a total of 135, with Devendra Naidu picking up 4 wickets and Ketan Karnik taking 3 wickets. But Percept kept their cool and bundled out Group M for a mere 48 runs. Subhash Rikame was the tormentor for Group M, taking 5 wickets for 24 runs. His performance earned him the Man of the Match award.

(The CAG Shield Cricket Tournament: Presenting Sponsor- Visage Images,

Radio partner- Radio One, Print Partner- Mid Day, Web partner- Exchange4Media)

Brief Scores

AD FACTORS: 112 ALL OUT,

S. GAIKAR - 25 RUNS,

V. SANE - 3/37, N. KARVIR - 5/18, A. HEGDE - 2/6

VGC: 113 FOR 3, A. YALVIGI - 38 RUNS,

V. SANE* - 32 RUNS, A. KAMBLE - 2/65,

MAN OF THE MATCH: NIKET KARVIR

BATES: 117 ALL OUT, S. CHATTERJEE - 22 RUNS,

R. KULKARNI - 3/27, H. MISTRY - 3/24

LAW & KENNETH: 120 FOR 3, J. MEHTA - 61 RUNS

R. RAJA - 2/16

MAN OF THE MATCH: JAY MEHTA

REDIFFUSION: 282 ALL OUT, G. PANCHAL - 57 RUNS

D. MULYA - 45 RUNS, S. PARSEKAR - 44 RUNS,

S. MIRANDA - 4/40,

INT. AVENUES - 116 ALL OUT, A. SINGH - 29 RUNS,

MAN OF THE MATCH: D. MULYA

NETWORK: 205 ALL OUT, I. NAWAZ - 58 RUNS,

U. CHAUKEKAR - 52 RUNS, N. SAWANT - 3/38

R. K .SWAMY: 206 FOR 8, N. SAWANT - 76 RUNS

S. PAWAR - 34 RUNS, U. CHAUKEKAR - 3/38

MAN OF THE MATCH: NAVIN SAWANT

PERCEPT: 135 ALL OUT, S. MULLA - 45 RUNS,

D. NAIDU - 4/27, K. KARNIK - 3/40

GROUP M: 48 ALL OUT, P. JOGLEKAR - 13 RUNS,

S. RIKAME - 5/24, R. MULAM - 3/13

MAN OF THE MATCH: SUBHASH RIKAME

EURO RSCG: 233 FOR 6, A. MORE - 120 RUNS,

R. DORAISWAMY - 3/67, A. DAMANI - 2/62

LINTAS: 178 FOR 5, K. RAMAKRISHANAN - 67 RUNS,

A. DAMANI - 37 RUNS,

A. MORE - 2/32, S. MORE - 2/26

MAN OF THE MATCH: AJAY MORE

CONTRACT: 124 ALL OUT, K. BORICHA - 42 RUNS,

S. MOHAMMADULLAH - 3/15, A. YADAV - 3/24,

O & M: 128 FOR 2,

S. MOHAMMADULLAH* - 46 RUNS,

H. PADMASHAI - 1/28,

MAN OF THE MATCH: S. MOHAMMADULLAH



Next Round of matches will be played on 17th February 2007

ADFACTORS Vs. LAW & KENNETH at TIMES OF INDIA - AZAD

BATES INDIA Vs. VGC at SASSANIAN – AZAD

REDIFFUSION Vs. NETWORK at UNITED CRICKETERS – CROSS

R.K. SWAMY Vs. INT. AVENUES at M.B. UNION – CROSS

PERCEPT Vs. EURO RSCG at Y.O.U. – CROSS

LINTAS Vs. GROUP M at PARSEE CYCLIST – AZAD

AMBIENCE Vs. CONTRACT at ELPHINSTONE - AZAD

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