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Umshyrpi College and Synod College register wins

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in November 2012

Our Bureau
Shillong, Nov 07: Umshyrpi College defeated KL Bajoria College by 37 runs and Synod College defeated Ri Bhoi College by 6 wickets in the Inter College Cricket Tournament 2012 organised by the Sports Department, NEHU, at Polo Grounds.
The first match, KL bajoria College won the toss and elected to field. Umshyrpi College scored a massive 147 for 6 in 20 overs.

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SCA calls entries for Shillong Cricket League

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in November 2012

Our Bureau
Shillong, Nov 07: The Shillong Cricket Association (SCA) will organize the Shillong Cricket League for 2012-13 for Super, First, Second and Junior (Under-16) Division from the first week of December 2012. Entry and Players' Transfer Forms are available at the SCA office.
The dates for players transfer will be from November 26 to 28 from 3 to 6 PM. The last date for accepting all entries and applications will be the November 30.


 

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Bhutia's second foul was uncalled for: Renedy

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in November 2012

Staff Reporter
Shillong, Nov 05: Shillong Lajong skipper Renedy Singh feels the second foul of trying to grab off the ball by Bhaichung Bhutia from the Arrows custodian hand on Sunday at Gantok during the I-League match was uncalled for.
When contacted by this reporter to Singh who had been a close associate of Bhutia since 1991 said “I was watching the game clip today and I found it to be the stupidity of Bhutia to do so (second foul), we also do the side tackling for which he got the first yellow card but the second one was expected from Bhaichung, and the younger players look upto”.

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Lajong stands at 6th at the end of round IV

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in November 2012

Staff Reporter
Shillong, Nov 05: At the end of the round four Shillong Lajong are at number six place in the I-League tally. Dempo are at the top of the table with ten points followed by Churchill Brothers in second place with nine points, While Pailan Arrows and East Bengal are placed at third and fourth place with equal eight points each. However, both the sides have goal difference at the same +2, but differ in the goal conceded and for.
Prayag United, whom Lajong defeated on Sunday 3-2 are at the fifth place with and Lajong in the sixth place, with seven points each. The only thing that differ is the goal average with Prayag are +4 and Lajong +2.