Srinagar, Sep 27 (UNI) Haryana defeat Jammu and Kashmir while Punjab beat Delhi in the under-19 north zone Vinoo Mankad national cricket tournament played at University of Kashmir and Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket stadium here today.
In the match played at University of Kashmir between Jammu and Kashmir and Haryana.
The home team won the toss and they decided to field first.
Haryana scored 257 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 50 allotted overs.
Natin Saini scored brillant 102 of 127 balls, While Rushil Basker (39) and Jayant Yadev of (32).
For home team Mudasir took three wickets while Adil Reshi and Parviz took one wicket each.
Jammu and Kashmir could score only 143 runs for the loss of all wickets. Jayant Yadav took six wickets for Haryana.
Mehraj-ud-din scored 31 runs for home team, Parveiz Rasool and skipper Ram Diyal scored 24 runs each.
Jayant Yadev was given man of the match for his best all rounder performance.
In another match which was played at Sher-e-Kashmir cricket stadium between Punjab and Delhi.
Delhi won the toss and invited Punjab to bat first.
This decision of Delhi proved wrong as Punjab thrashed their bowlers all over the park. Delhi bowlers were unable to take early wickets. The first wicket of the Punjab falls on 65 runs.
Punjab scored 249 runs for loss of seven wickets in their allotted 50 overs.
The top scorer of winning team were Amartoze Singh, who scored 62 runs of just 47 balls while Kumar Raina (60 of 91 balls) and Tarumer Kholi (50 of 73 balls).
For Delhi Darshan Kajaria, Virat Kohli and Varun Sood took two wickets each while Yogesh took one wicket.
Chasing a target of 250 runs Delhi was never in contention to win this match as Punjab bowlers were took wickets on regular intervals.
Delhi team was scored 195 runs for the loss of all wickets in 45 overs, resulting Punjab won the match by 55 runs.
For Delhi Pradeep and Tarun Chowdhary scored 28 runs each.
Himanshu and Lakshay took three wickets each for Punjab.
The tournament is being conducted by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the matches were observed by Sanjeev Sharma chairman junior selection committee of the BCCI.