Mishra scripts SBI’s victory

Vijay Bahadur Misra’s unbeaten 106 led State Bank of India to a nine-wicket win over Syndicate Bank in a DDCA league match here on Thursday.

Chasing 144 for the win, State Bank India cruised to the target in 23.3 overs, losing just one wicket in the process. Mishra’s innings spanned just 88 balls, and he hit 18 fours.
Earlier, Syndicate Bank were all out for 143 in 44.3 overs on the back of Raghav Vashist’s 59.
Mishra also shone with ball, scalped three wickets while Naresh Kumar took 2/30.
Scores: Syndicate Bank 143 in 44.3 overs (Raghav Vashist 59, Vijay Bhadur Mishra 3/28, Naresh Kumar 2/30) lost to State Bank Of India 144/1 in 23.3 overs (Vijay Bahadur Mishra 106 n.o.)

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