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Media XI outplays DYSS by 20 runs in friendly T20
11/17/2019 10:12:26 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 17: Magnificent 74 runs off just 55 balls by Amit Kumar guided Media-XI Cricket Club Jammu to overpower Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) XI by 20 runs in a friendly T20 Cricket match being played at GGM Science College hostel ground, here today.
Earlier, Media XI led by Vivek Suri won the toss and opted to bat first. Media XI suffered early blow as opener Ranjeet got dismissed on duck. Amit Kumar (74 off 55 balls) and Amar (34 off 21 balls) helped Media XI to set a challenging 138 runs target on scoreboard. Sunil and Rahul also contributed with 8 runs each.
DYSS XI, Asif took 3 wickets in his four overs conceding only 18 runs, remained the pick of the bowlers. Venus and Jagpal also shared 2 wickets each.
DYSS in their run chase started cautiously but lost early wicket as Pardeep Bali took a stunner to dismiss DYSS opener. DYSS kept on losing wickets on regular interval and could not reach the required total and only managed to score 118 at the loss of 9 wickets in the stipulated overs. The team lost the match by 20 runs.
For DYSS, Venus (19 off 14 balls) remained the highest scorer whereas Tarsem, Vikram and Suresh contributed 15, 13 and 10 respectively in the team's total. For Media XI, Yash, Dev, Vivek, Nitin and Rahul scalped 2 wickets apiece. Media XI batsman Amit Kumar was declared Man of the Match for his heroics with bat.
Dr Saleem Ur Rehman, DG DYSS, J&K, while interacting with Media persons said that sport play a pivotal role to harvest sportsman spirit, besides it helps keep fitness at check.
"This event is an Initiative by DYSS to promote sports especially cricket among the government employees to keep them fit and healthy," he said. He added that they have already organised similar kind of sports activities In Kashmir wherein employees from Civil Secretariat and Forest department participated.
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