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February 3, 2014
MM College of Commerce 155 for 6 (More 46, Karan 3-26) beat Sports College Lucknow 103 (Yadav 37) by 52 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
MM College of Commerce, Pune, secured a spot in the semi-finals of the Red Bull Campus Cricket 2014 national finals with a 52-run win against Sports College Lucknow in Chandigarh. Sports College are out of the competition.
MMCC chose to bat and their top five all contributed cameos to help the side to 155 for 6. Opener Vishant More was the top-scorer with 46, while Shubham Ranjane provided the late burst with 28 not out off 11, including two fours and two sixes. Karan Singh was the most effective of the Sports College bowlers with 3 for 26.
Sports College were off to a poor start in the chase, falling to 18 for 4 in five overs. They didn't recover, with only three batsmen getting into double digits, with a high of 37 from Govind Yadav - Yadav was also the only Sports College batsmen to score at over a run-a-ball. MMCC's bowlers shared the wickets around, eventually bowling Sports College out in the 19th over for 103.
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