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Central Zone to meet South Zone in Deodhar final

Published: Tuesday, December 19, 2000, 23:53 [IST]
 
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Kanpur: Fine batting by openers Amay Khurasia and J P Yadav helped Central Zone beat West Zone by eight wickets on Tuesday thus enabling them to enter the finals of the Deodhar Trophy. Khurasia's brilliant 86 and Yadav's 101 overshadowed fine knocks ofBy Hrishikesh Kanitkar (122), the West Zone skipper, and Jacob Martin (102 not out) in the second semi-final.It was a day for batsmen at the Green Park on Tuesday. West Zone scored 270 runs for four wickets to which the Central Zone responded in an equally befitting manner, achieving the target to win in 40.4 overs at the loss of just two wickets.Central Zone will now take on South Zone in the final that will be played at the K D Singh Babu Stadium in Lucknow from Thursday. South Zone defeated North Zone in the first semi-final on the same ground here on Sunday. UNI

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