From showing his might in the T20 Mumbai to being in the Ranji Probables, Sujit is making all the right noises this year and adding icing on the cake is now his brilliant hundred in probably the most difficult tournaments for batsman in Mumbai Cricket.
CCI after being put to bat first on their homeground were least affected to bat first as CCI skipper Paul opening the innings gave a solid start scoring 67 off 88 balls (10 fours). Coming in at no.4, Sujit Nayak played his natural game with some freeflowing strokes taking on the bowlers with confidence. At the end of the CCI Innings, Sujit remained unbeaten scoring 103* off 135 balls which had 10 fours and 2 sixes at a healthy strike rate of 76.30. CCI eventually declared their innings at 215/5d in 66 overs.
PJ Hindu Gymkhana in return got 19 overs to bat where in they scored 72/1 at the end of the game’s play. The match ended in a draw but it was certainly Sujit once again stamping his presence with an impressive knock just showing in how nick he is in.