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Pagnis hits 184 in drawn Duleep encounter

The Duleep Trophy match between Elite B and Plate B, held at the Guru Nanak College Grounds, Chennai, turned out to be a veritable run-fest, with only the 18-run difference in first-innings totals giving the former five points and the latter three.

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Field guides South Africa to an easy win

South African captain Rory Field led from the front as his team edged out Australia and made it to the final of the 2002 Blind World Cup

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India win but fail to qualify for semis

A fine allround performance from captain Ramkaran Sharma helped India beat Australia by 46 runs in a 2002 Blind World Cup league match in Chennai

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Haydar century goes in vain for Australia

In yet another high-scoring match in the World Cup Cricket for the Blind, Pakistan successfully defended a total of 369, made in just 37 overs, to notch up a 65-run win over Australia at the Guru Nanak College Ground

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Foy stars in England's win

A sparkling double ton from Nathan Foy helped England get the better of Pakistan in a league match at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai on Tuesday

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Haydar scripts Australia's thrilling win

Australia's Nick Haydar fashioned his side's thrilling one-run win over South Africa in a league match played at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai on Sunday

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South Africa Blind-Sri Lanka Blind game abandoned

Sri Lanka Blind had just gotten off to a solid start in their game against South Africa at the Guru Nanak College Ground in Chennai when rain forced the World Cup match to be abandoned

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MAC-TNCA XI lift Buchi Babu trophy

The MAC-TNCA XI lifted the 2002 Sahara Buchi Babu Trophy by completing a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Indian Airlines at the Guru Nanak College Ground, dominating the game right through and coasting to a deserved victory.

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Mumbai secure wafer-thin lead

Mumbai managed to gain a slender four-run first innings lead against Tamil Nadu at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai