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Our Club conducted the highly popular Members’ Premier League Tournament once again. Our teams participated in various tournaments during the past few months and have performed extremely well.

1)  MEMBERS’ PREMIER LEAGUE TOURNAMENT

Members’ Premier League Cricket Tournament (MPL) was organized in the T/20 format which was played under lights thrice a week during the months of Feb / March 2017. This tournament was held between six departments teams viz. Badminton, Tennis, Squash, Table Tennis, Gym and Snooker and about 100 Members participated in it.  The Squash team won the tournament by defeating the Snooker team in the nerve-racking finals.  Mr. Sagar Chhabria was the “Best Batsman” scoring 361 runs in 7 matches at an average of 90.25 and Mr. Kunal Shroff was the “Best Bowler” taking 13 wickets in 7 matches at an average of 14.85 in the league. Great going!

2) GANNON DUNKERLEY CRICKET LEAGUE

Our CCI ‘B’ team participated in a Pentangular Inter-Club Cricket Tournament known as “Gannon Dunkerley Cricket League” (GDCL) played in the T/20 format.  In the finals, CCI got off to a spectacular start as openers Tejas Patni and Sahil Purohit put on 78 runs in the first 7 overs. Our team scored 157 runs for the loss of 8 wickets, convincingly beating Bombay Gymkhana who were all out for a paltry score of 117. Credit goes to some stunning bowling by Tejas Patni who took 5 wickets for only 17 runs.  CCI won the Championship by 38 runs.  Tejas Patni was awarded as “Most Valuable Player of the Tournament”.  This was CCI “B” team’s second championship win this season after winning the MCC tournament in Dec. 2016. Well done!

3) SENIORS TOURNAMENT

Our Seniors Team (Over 40) participated in an inter-Club Tournament organized by Chembur Gymkhana.  Our Club was the runner-up in the tournament losing in the finals by a mere 10 runs against Juhu Gymkhana.  However, our most seasoned player Himanshu Waingankar was adjudged as “Best Batsman” of the tournament. He scored 434 runs in five matches.  Dharmesh Mehta was the second highest wicket taker of the tournament - he bagged 12 wickets in four matches. 

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