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Siliguri Hosts 2nd Under-14 T-20 Cricket Knockout Tournament

Thrilling Under-14 T-20 Knockout Cricket: Young talents from diverse districts compete at Siliguri tournament, culminating in an exciting final on December 31.

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Siliguri, Dec 28 (Siliguri Journal) – The exciting 2nd Annual Under-14 T-20 Cricket Knockout Tournament has kicked off at Kundupukur ground in Ward No.38 of Siliguri. Thanks to the efforts of Sukanta Nagar Sukanta Sporting Club, young talents are showcasing their cricket skills in this thrilling competition.

Thursday marked the eagerly anticipated fourth quarter-final match in the ongoing tournament. The official inauguration of the event took place on December 23 at the same Kundupukur ground. A total of 16 teams, hailing from various districts such as Purulia, Malda, Berhampore, Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri, and Birpara, actively participated in this spirited cricket competition.

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On that day, Ashrampara Agragami Sangha faced off against YMA Berhampore. YMA Berhampore, having won the toss, opted to bat, setting a notable target of 127 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 20 overs. In an exciting second half, Ashrampara Agragami Sangha emerged victorious, achieving a score of 130 runs for 4 wickets in just 19 overs.

Joybrata Sanyal, the Secretary of Sukanta Sporting Club, shared during the event that Under-14 players had gathered from various districts of West Bengal to partake in the tournament. He further mentioned that the much-anticipated final match is scheduled to take place on December 31.

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