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Ranji Trophy Round 8 Recap and Post Round Thread
Elite Group A
Delhi vs Gujarat in DelhiGujarat (335 and 2/128) drew with Delhi (293 and 8/333 dec)
Points - Gujarat 3, Delhi 1
Player of the Match: Manprit Juneja
50+ Scores: Hiten Dalal (69), Himmat Singh (56 & 70), Kanwar Bhiduri (78), Samit Gohel (51), Manpreet Juneja (124 & 51*), Dhruv Raval (94), Anuj Rawat (133) and Jonty Sidhu (52)
3-wicket hauls: Roosh Kalaria (5/78), Arzan Nagwaswalla (3/54), Simarjeet Singh (5/75) and Axar Patel (4/91)
Day 1: Half-centuries from Hiten Dalal, Himmat Singh and Kunwar Bidhuri took Delhi to 270 for 6 at stumps against Gujarat.
Day 2: Roosh Kalaria picked up 5 for 78 as Gujarat didn't take long to wrap up Delhi's last four wickets on day two. Manprit Juneja (88) and Dhruv Raval (83) put Gujarat in sight of a first-innings lead.
Day 3: Manprit Juneja scored 124 and while Dhruv Raval fell six short of his hundred, the two took Gujarat into lead against Delhi on the third morning. At 309 for 4, Gujarat had looked good for many more but the next six wickets fell in 26 runs and the innings finished on 335. However, that was good enough to give them a 42-run lead. Anuj Rawat's 133 took Delhi to 228 for 4 at stumps, 186 in front.
Day 4/Result: Axar Patel picked up 4 for 91 before Delhi declared their second innings on 333 for 8, setting Gujarat 292 for victory. Anuj Rawat top-scored for Delhi with 133, while Himmat Singh scored a quickfire 70 not out, off 76 balls. Chasing 292 for victory, Gujarat were 128 for 2 with Manprit Juneja unbeaten on 51 and Bhargav Merai on 42 when it was decided to call it a draw. Based on their first innings' lead, Gujarat picked up three points and reached the top of the points table in the combined Group A and B. They also became the first team to qualify for the quarter-finals this season. From the outside it appears there are five other teams who can surpass Gujarat's tally of 29 points but two of them - Bengal (26 points) and Punjab (24 points) - are playing against each other. And therefore, only one of them can go past Gujarat.
Punjab vs Andhra in PatialaPunjab (108 and 6/129) beat Andhra (97 and 134) by four wickets
Points - Punjab 6, Andhra 0
Player of the Match: Anmol Malhotra
50+ Scores: Ricky Bhui (61) and Anmol Malhotra (51*)
3-wicket hauls: Vinay Choudhary (3/28 & 6/46), Siddharth Kaul (5/24), Shoaib Mohd Khan (5/46), S Ashish (5/50 & 3/50) and Mayank Markande (4/46)
Day 1: Twenty-four wickets fell in Patiala with Punjab skittling out Andhra for 97 before themsleves being all out for 108. In the second innings, Andhra had lost four wickets for 31 runs; they have a small lead of 20. In Andhra's first innings, Siddarth Kaul picked up a hat-trick en route to his five-wicket haul.
Day 2/Result: Punjab beat Andhra by four wickets in a seesawing, low-scoring game in Patiala. Set 124 to win, Punjab were 32 for 5 at one stage before Anmol Malhotra and Abhishek Gupta added 69 for the sixth wicket. When Gupta fell, for 37, Punjab still needed another 23 but Malhotra (51*) ensured they reach their without further damage. Malhotra, who had scored 21 in the first innings, was named Man of the Match in a contest that featured four five-wicket hauls, and a hat-trick. Earlier, Andhra were bowled out for just 97 in their first innings but still managed to create a chance of a first-innings lead. Punjab somehow avoided that but could post only 108. Then in their second innings, Andhra were 36 for 7 at one stage but Ricky Bhui's 61 helped them to 134 but that didn't proof enough.
Rajasthan vs Bengal in JaipurBengal (123 and 8/320) beat Rajasthan (241 and 201) by 2 wickets
Points - Bengal 6, Rajasthan 0
Player of the Match: Shahbaz Ahmed
50+ Scores: Mahipal Lomror (52), Koushik Ghosh (64), Abhimanyu Easwaran (62), Shahbaz Ahmed (61*)
3-wicket hauls: Mukesh Kumar (6/62), Tanveer Ul Haq (4/48 & 3/98), Rituraj Singh (4/30 & 4/97) and Nilkantha Das (4/26)
Day 1: Bengal were 47 for 1 after Mukesh Kumar registered a six-for to bowl out Rajasthan for 241.
Day 2: Tanveer-Ul-Haq and Rituraj Singh picked up four wickets each to dent Bengal's hopes of making to the knockouts. On Tuesday, Rajasthan were bowled out for 241 but that proved to be more than enough for the hosts to take a first-innings lead. After being 70 for 1 at one stage, Bengal lost nine wickets in 53 runs to be bowled out for 123 and concede a 118-run lead. At stumps, Rajasthan were 156 for 8, taking their lead to 274.
Day 3: Handy contributions from Shubham Sharma (29), Tanveer-Ul-Haq (32) and Arafat Khan (32) helped Rajasthan to 201. For Bengal, Nilkantha Das picked up 4 for 26 while Mukesh Kumar and Akash Deep chipped in with two wickets each. Set 320 to win, Koushik Ghosh (64) and Abhimanyu Easwaran (62) started solidly for Bengal and took them to 185 for 4 against Rajasthan, 135 away from a victory.
Day 4/Result: Shahbaz Ahmed struck an unbeaten 61 to steer Bengal to an improbably two-wicket win against Rajasthan. Anustup Majumdar and Shreevats Goswami took them to stumps but Tanveer-Ul-Haq sent both of them back early this morning. Ahmed though kept one end tight and added 50 for the eighth wicket with Akash Deep. Rituraj Singh dismissed Deep with the target still 33 runs away but Ahmed, in the company of Mukesh Kumar, took Bengal to the victory.
Vidharbha vs Kerala in NagpurVidharbha (326) drew with Kerala (3/191)
Points - Vidarbha 1, Kerala 1
Player of the Match: Not Announced
50+ Scores: Wasim Jaffer (57), Ganesh Satish (58), Darshan Nalkande (66*), Mohammed Azharuddeen (81)
3-wicket hauls: Mohammed Nideesh (5/82), Nedumankuzhy Basil (3/54)
Day 1: Wasim Jaffer and G Satish scored fifties for Vidarbha but three wickets from MD Nidheesh kept Kerala in the hunt. Vidharbha end the day on 239 for 6.
Day 2: Darshan Nalkande's unbeaten 66 off 65 balls from No. 10 lifted Vidarbha from 247 for 8 to 326 against Kerala. For Kerala, MD Nidheesh was the most successful bowler, picking up 5 for 82. Mohammed Azharuddeen's 81 took Kerala to 191 for 3.
Day 3: No play possible due to rain and wet outfield.
Day 4/Result: For the second successive day there was no play in Nagpur and the two teams - Vidarbha and Kerala - had to be satisfied with one point each as the weather didn't allow the first innings to be completed. Right now, Kerala are second from the bottom on the combined Group A and B points table and are, therefore, confirmed to be relegated to Group C in the next edition. Hyderabad are below them with six points but with one game in hand, they have a chance to revive their fortunes.
Elite Group B
Baroda vs Tamil Nadu in VadodaraTamil Nadu (7/490 dec) beat Baroda (174 and 259) by an innings and 57 runs
Points - Tamil Nadu 7, Baroda 0
Player of the Match: Abhinav Mukund
50+ Scores: Atit Sheth (53 & 70), Abhinav Mukund (206), Laxmesha Suryaprakash (75), M Mohammed (54*) and Krunal Pandya (74)
3-wicket hauls: M Mohammed (7/68) and Krishnamoorthy Vignesh (5/62)
Day 1: Abhinav Mukund and L Suryaprakash took Tamil Nadu to 135 for no loss after M Mohammed picked up a seven-for to bowl Baroda out for 174.
Day 2: Abhinav Mukund starred with 206 as Tamil Nadu declared their first innings on 490 for 7. Baroda were 10 for no loss in their second innings, trailing by 306.
Day 3/Result: When has a couple of 70s matched a double-hundred? And it stayed like that as Abhinav Mukund's 206 outshined rearguard 70s from Krunal Pandya and Atit Sheth. After conceding a 316-run lead, Krunal and Sheth could push Baroda only to 259, as K Vignesh picked up 5 for 62. Tamil Nadu eventually won by an innings and 57 runs, taking home full seven points to keep their campaign alive.
Karnataka vs Madhya Pradesh in ShimogaMadhya Pradesh (431) drew with Karnataka (426 and 1/62)
Points - Madhya Pradesh 3, Karnataka 1
Player of the Match: Aditya Shrivastava
50+ Scores: Ravikumar Samarth (108), Krishnamurthy Siddharth (62), Shreyas Gopal (50), Krishnappa Gowtham (82), Aditya Shrivastava (192), Venkatesh Iyer (86)
3-wicket hauls: Ravi Yadav (3/61), Kumar Kartikeya (3/99) and Abhimanyu Mithun (3/69)
Day 1: R Samarth's tenth first-class ton took Karnataka to 233 for 3 on a slow day against Madhya Pradesh.
Day 2: A 68-ball 82 by K Gowtham lifted Karnataka from 282 for 6 to 426. Madhya Pradesh were 60 for 2 at stumps.
Day 3: Aditya Shrivastava was unbeaten on 109 in the fight for a first-innings lead. Madhya Pradesh ended day three on 311 for 4 in response to Karnataka's 426.
Day 4/Result: Madhya Pradesh bagged three points after taking a five-run first-innings lead against Karnataka in Shimoga. Batting first, Karnataka had posted 426 but Aditya Shrivastava's 192 helped the visitors just overtake that. Karnataka were 62 for 1 - Devdutt Padikkal batting on 31 and Rohan Kadam on 16 - in their second innings when the two captains decided to shake hands.
Railways vs Himachal Pradesh in DelhiRailways (7/545 dec) drew with Himachal Pradesh (283 and 3/165)
Player of the Match: Arindam Ghosh
50+ Scores: Rishi Dhawan (70), Nikhil Gangta (72), Mayank Dagar (68), Arindam Ghosh (204), Mahesh Rawat (60), Karn Sharma (82), T Pradeep (52) and Amit Kumar (71*)
3-wicket hauls: T Pradeep (4/62), Akash Vashist (3/110) and Mayank Dagar (3/114)
Day 1: Rishi Dhawan, Mayank Dagar and Nikhil Gangta scored fifties but Railways managed to bowl Himachal Pradesh out for 283.
Day 2: Arindam Ghosh's unbeaten 111 helped Railways take a first-innings lead against Himachal Pradesh. At stumps, Railways were 291 for 5, eight ahead of Himachal Pradesh's 283.
Day 3: Arindam Ghosh's unbeaten 204 propelled Railways to 545 for 7 before they declared with a lead of 262. At stumps, Himachal Pradesh were 24 for no loss, trailing by 238.
Day 4/Result: Railways failed to force a win against Himachal Pradesh, who after lagging behind by 262 in the first innings, were 165 for 3 in their second innings. Amit Kumar's unbeaten 71 with captain Ankit Kalsi keeping him company on 27.
Saurashtra vs Mumbai in RajkotSaurashtra (335 and 7/158) drew with Mumbai (262 and 7/362 dec)
Player of the Match: Shams Mulani
50+ Scores: Sarfaraz Khan (78), Shams Mulani (60 & 92), Sheldon Jackson (85), Chirag Jani (84*) and Suryakumar Yadav (134)
3-wicket hauls: Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (5/92), Royston Dias (4/64), Shashank Attarde (3/45) and Shams Mulani (3/47)
Day 1: Sarfaraz Khan scored 78 while Shams Mulani was not out on 59 as Mumbai ended on 249 for 8 against Saurashtra.
Day 2: Sheldon Jackson's 85 ensured Saurashtra were just six away from a first innings lead over Mumbai as they finished the day on 257 for 6. Earlier, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja picked up 5 for 92 to bowl Mumbai out for 262.
Day 3: Chirag Jani played a gritty innings, taking hits on the helmet and yet steering Saurashtra into the lead with the help of the lower order. He added 34 each with Parth Bhut and Kamlesh Makvana for the eighth and the ninth wicket respectively as Saurashtra finished their first innings on 335, 73 ahead of Mumbai's 262. Royston Dias, who had rattled Jani with the short stuff, finished with four wickets. while Shams Mulani wrapped up the innings by picking up the final two wickets at the stroke of lunch. Suryakumar Yadav's 134 off 130 balls kept Mumbai's hopes of making it to the knockouts alive as they took their lead to 212 against Saurashtra - despite conceding a 73-run first-innings lead - with seven wickets in hand.
Day 4/Result: Mumbai captain Aditya Tare finally declared on 362 for 7, setting Saurashtra a target of 290 but more importantly giving themselves 74 overs to take the ten wickets. At one stage, a Mumbai victory looked imminent with their spinners reducing Saurashtra to 83 for 7 with a session and half to go. Kamlesh Makvana (31* off 116) and Dharmendrasinh Jadeja (33* off 125) blocked for almost 40 overs. Makvana and Jadeja showed great resolute and while there a couple of chances - once the bails didn't fall and the other time Bhupen Lalwani dropped a sitter - the two mostly didn't let the pressure get the better of themselves. Mumbai tried seven bowlers but couldn't get those last three wickets that could have kept them in the race of the playoffs. Saurashtra became the second team after Gujarat to qualify for the quarterfinals.
Elite Group C
Haryana vs Assam in RohtakHaryana (198 and 3/100) beat Assam (97 & 197) by 7 wickets
Points - Haryana 6, Assam 0
Player of the Match: Harshal Patel
50+ Scores: Rohit Sharma (59) and Saahil Jain (63)
3-wicket hauls: Harshal Patel (4/32 & 4/49), Tinu Kundu (5/35), Ranjeet Mali (3/34), Mukhtar Hussain (3/38), Sidharth Sarmah (3/65)
Day 1: Haryana had pushed to 198 for 9, extending their lead to 101 after bowling out Assam for 97. Tinu Kundu was the star bowler for Haryana, picking up 5 for 35 with his left-arm spin.
Day 2/Result: Harshal Patel went past left-arm spinner Rajinder Goel's record for the most wickets in a Ranji season for Haryana. Goel had taken 48 wickets in 1983-84 but Harshal has now crossed him and has reached 51 wickets this season. His 4 for 49 meant Assam were bowled out for 197 in their second innings despite Saahil Jain's 63. Haryana beat Assam by seven wickets in Lahli. Set a target of 100, Haryana took only 20 overs to reach there.
Jharkhand vs Chhattisgarh in JamshedpurChhattisgarh (559) drew with Jharkhand (242 and 0/51)
Points - Chhattisgarh 3, Jharkhand 1
Player of the Match: Harpreet Singh
50+ Scores: Harpreet Singh (221), Jiwanjot Singh (52), Ajay Mandal (121*) and Virat Singh (140)
3-wicket hauls: Sahil Raj (3/83), Sonu Singh (3/158), Veer Partap Singh (3/46), Puneet Datey (3/50) and Ajay Mandal (3/51)
Day 1: Harpreet Singh Bhatia's unbeaten 124 revived Chhattisgarh from 18 for 2 to 238 for 4 at stumps against Jharkhand.
Day 2: Jharkhand were tottering at 36 for 4 after Veer Pratap Singh picked up three wickets in the first over the innings. Earlier, Harpreet Singh Bhatia's 221 powered Chhattisgarh to 559.
Day 3: Veer Pratap Singh, Puneet Datey and Ajay Mandal picked up three wickets each to bowl Jharkhand out for 242. For Jharkhand, the only bright spot was Virat Singh's 140; no other batsmen could reach even 30 as they conceded a 307-run lead and were asked to follow-on. Following on, Jharkhand were 51 for no loss in their second innings.
Day 4/Result: There was no play today in Jamshedpur with Jharkhand escaping with a draw after being asked to follow-on.
Maharashtra vs Odisha in PuneMaharashtra (5/543 dec and 0/40) beat Odisha (293 and 289) by 10 wickets
Player of the Match: Ankit Bawne
50+ Scores: Rajesh Dhuper (110), Shantanu Mishra (84), Ruturaj Gaikwad (129), Ankit Bawne (204), Naushad Shaikh (100), Rahul Tripathi (65), Anurag Sarangi (73) and Govinda Poddar (118)
3-wicket hauls: Ashay Palkar (4/81 & 3/36), Mukesh Choudhary (4/99) and Satyajeet Bachhav (3/80)
Day 1: On a slow day, Shantanu Mishra and Rajesh Dhuper's unbeaten half-centuries took Odisha to 220 for 5 against Maharashtra.
Day 2: Rajesh Dhuper's 110 not out may not be enough for Odisha as Ruturaj Gaikwad (110) and Ankit Bawne (80) took Maharashtra to 219 for 2 at the close of play.
Day 3: Ankit Bawne scored an unbeaten 204 before Maharashtra declared on 543 for 5, having taken a lead of 250, against Odisha. Apart from Bawne, Ruturaj Gaikwad (129) and Naushad Shaikh (100) also struck hundreds while Rahul Tripathi smashed a 48-ball 65. At stumps, Odisha were 24 for no loss in their second innings, still 226 in arrears.
Day 4/Result: Odisha were 257 for 4 at one stage before they lost their next six wickets in 32 runs to be bowled out for 289. Mukesh Choudhary picked up 4 for 99, while Ashay Palkar and Satyajeet Bachhav finished with three each. That meant Maharashtra needed 40 to win in about 12 overs which they chased down in 11 with all ten wickets intact. Opening the batting, Rahul Tripathi scored 21* off 32 while Ankit Bawne chipped in with 14.
Tripura vs Jammu and Kashmir in AgartalaJammu and Kashmir (329 and 9/306 dec) beat Tripura (187 and 119) by 329 runs
Points - J&K 6, Tripura 0
Player of the Match: Parvez Rasool
50+ Scores: Jiyaad Magrey (66), Abid Mushtaq (76*), Milind Kumar (55), Shubham Khajuria (76), Parvez Rasool (56), Abdul Samad (56) and Manisankar Murasingh (58)
3-wicket hauls: Manisankar Murasingh (4/100 & 6/64) and Parvez Rasool (7/45 & 5/28)
Day 1: MB Mura Singh picked up 4 for 85 as Jammu and Kashmir finished day one on 280 for 9 against Tripura.
Day 2: Abid Mushtaq and Mohammed Mudhasir added 65 for the tenth wicket and took Jammu and Kashmir past 300. En route, Mushtaq brought up his fifty off just 65 balls. Parvez Rasool picked up 7 for 45 as Tripura were bowled out for 187, conceding a first-innings lead of 142. Milind Kumar scored 55 before getting out to Abdul Samad and it was his wicket that triggered a collapse as Tripura lost their last five wickets in 16 runs. Pratyush Singh (47) was the only other batsman for Tripura to cross 30. At stumps, Jammu and Kashmir were 49 for 1 in their second innings
Day 3/Result: Shubham Khajuria, Parvez Rasool and Abdul Samad all scored half-centuries as Jammu and Kashmir declare their second innings on 306 for 9, setting Tripura a target of 449. For Tripura, MB Murasingh picked up 6 for 64, to go with 4 for 100 in the first innings. En route to his maiden ten-wicket haul, Murasingh also completed 200 first-class wickets. Captain Parvez Rasool bagged a match haul of 12 for 73 as Jammu and Kashmir beat Tripura by 329 runs. Apart from his exploits with the ball, Rasool also hit 17 and 56 with the bat to help his side gain six points. Set an improbable 449 to win, Tripura were bowled out for a mere 119, with Rasool finishing with 5 for 28. For Tripura, MB Murasingh put in a similar performance, picking up 4 for 100 and 6 for 64 to register his maiden ten-wicket haul and scoring 25 and 58 with the bat but lack of support meant he ended on the losing side.
Uttarakhand vs Services in DehradunServices (173 and 0/48) beat Uttarakhand (83 and 137) by 10 wickets
Points - Services 7, Uttarakhand 0
Player of the Match: Raushan Raj
50+ Scores: Tanmay Shrivastava (52)
3-wicket hauls: Diwesh Pathania (3/28), Raushan Raj (3/27 & 3/11), Mayank Mishra (6/48) and Sachidanand Pandey (3/29)
Day 1: Mayank Mishra's six-wicket haul couldn't stop Services from taking a 90-run first-innings lead against Uttarakhand. There were five ducks in Uttarakhand's innings as they were all out for a mere 83 against Services. Diwesh Pathania had rocked the top order with three quick wickets before Raushan Raj picked up three of his own. Agrim Tiwari bagged the last two to finish off the tail. In their second innings, Uttarakhand were 10 for no loss at stumps.
Day 2/Result: Tanmay Srivastava scored 55 but Uttarakhand could manage only 137 in their second innings against Services. At one point, they were 123 for 5 but lost last five wickets in 14 runs. Raushan Raj and Sachidanand Pandey picked up three wickets each for Services. Shamsher Yadav and Mumtaz Qadir then chased down the 48-run target to give Services a ten-wicket win.
Bihar vs Arunachal Pradesh in PatnaBihar (291 and 4/227) beat Arunachal Pradesh (351 and 163) by 6 wickets
Points - Bihar 6, Arunachal Pradesh
Player of the Match: Mohammad Rahmatullah
50+ Scores: Rahul Dalal (190), Ashutosh Aman (60), Mohd Rahmatullah (140 & 113) and Vikash Ranjan (55)
3-wicket hauls: Abhijeet Saket (3/81), Ashutosh Aman (4/82 & 6/66), Kengo Bam (5/67) and Nabam Tempol (3/33)
Day 1: Rahul Dalal's unbeaten 151 took Arunachal Pradesh to 283 for 6 at stumps against Bihar. Ashutosh Aman picked up 3 for 75 with his left-arm spin.
Day 2: Rahul Dalal's 190 took Arunachal Pradesh to 351. Kengo Bam picked up 4 for 50 to have Bihar 221 for 9 at stumps.
Day 3: Arunachal Pradesh extended their lead to 222 after Kengo Bam picked up 5 for 67 to bowl Bihar out for 291.
Day 4/Result: MD Rahmatullah scored an unbeaten 113 as Bihar chased down 224 against Arunachal Pradesh, who remain winless after eight games despite having the tournament's highest-scorer in Rahul Dalal in their side. In fact, Dalal's 190 had given them a first-innings lead - of 60 runs - but Ashutosh Aman's 6 for 66 skittled them out for 163 in the second dig. Still, it looked like Arunachal Pradesh might finally break their duck when Nabam Tempol reduced Bihar to 15 for 3, but Yashasvi Rishav and Rahmatullah put the chase on track with a 107-run stand for the fourth wicket. Rishav fell for 44 but that proved to be the last moment of joy for Arunachal Pradesh as Rahmatullah and wicketkeeper-batsman Vikash Ranjan (55*) too Bihar to victory with an unbeaten 105-run stand.
Chandigarh vs Mizoram in ChandigarhChandigarh (5/587) beat Mizoram (109 and 122) by an innings and 356 runs
Player of the Match: Uday Kaul
50+ Scores: Taruwar Kohli (77), Raman Bishnoi (139), Ankit Kaushik (177), Uday Kaul (212*)
3-wicket hauls: Jagjit Singh (3/34), Gurinder Singh (4/18 & 3/31) and Arpit Singh Pannu (3/30)
Day 1: Chandigarh were 193 for 3 at stumps, Raman Bishnoi batting on 73 and Uday Kaul on 62, leading Mizoram by 84 runs after bowling them out for 109. For Mizoram, apart from Taruwar Kohli who scored 77, none could reach the double digits.
Day 2: Uday Kaul scored an unbeaten 212, while Ankit Kaushik (177) and Raman Bishnoi (139) also struck hundreds as Chandigarh drowned Mizoram under a flood of runs. Resuming the day on 193 for 3, Chandigarh eventually declared on 587 for 5, having taken a lead of 478. In the second dig, Mizoram were once again in trouble, ending the day on 48 for 3.
Day 3/Result: Arpit Singh and Gurinder Singh picked up three wickets each as Chandigarh thrashed Mizoram by an innings and 356 runs. Mizoram were once again no match for Chandigarh and were bundled out for 122, giving the hosts a bonus-point win.
Manipur vs Puducherry in KolkataPuducherry (490) beat Manipur (138 and 111) by an innings and 241 runs
Points - Puducherry 7, Manipur 0
Player of the Match: Fabid Ahmed
50+ Scores: Fabid Ahmed (233), Paras Dogra (56), Sagar Udeshi (57*)
3-wicket hauls: Sagar Udeshi (5/42), Fabid Ahmed (3/17) and Alagh Prathiban (5/64)
Day 1: Fabid Ahmed was unbeaten on 154 with Puducherry finishing day one on 363 for 8 against Manipur.
Day 2/Result: Fabid Ahmed smashed 233 off just 268 balls against Manipur to help Puducherry to a mammoth 490. This is Ahmed's third first-class ton and his highest score in the format. He struck 33 fours and three sixes in his knock and along with Sagar Udeshi (57* off 68) added 192 for the ninth wicket. Sagar Udeshi finished with 5 for 42 as Manipur were bowled out for 138, lasting only 31.1 overs, in their first innings. Fabid Ahmed, who had starred with 233 in Puducherry's 490, also chipped in with three wickets. Debutant Alagh Prathiban picked up 5 for 64 with his offspin as Manipur could manage only 111 in their second innings. Puducherry completed a mammoth victory against Manipur - by an innings and 241 runs.
Meghalaya vs Sikkim in MangaldoiMeghalaya (174 and 155) beat Sikkim (128 and 135) by 66 runs
Points - Meghalaya 6, Sikkim 0
Player of the Match: Abhay Negi
50+ Scores: Puneet Bisht (85) and Iqbal Abdulla (76*)
3-wicket hauls: Ishwar Chaudhary (5/48), Abhay Negi (7/42 & 4/41), Dipu Sangma (3/16), Iqbal Abdulla (4/51), Plazor Tamang (4/21) and R Sanjay Yadav (5/51)
Day 1: Ishwar Chaudhary picked up 5 for 48 as Sikkim bowled Meghalaya out for 174. In response, Sikkim also struggled and were 105 for 6 at stumps.
Day 2: Meghalaya seamer Abhay Negi registered his career-best figures to finish with 7 for 42 as Sikkim lost their last four wickets for just 23 runs on the second morning. Iqbal Abdulla and Plazor Tamang finished with four wickets each as Meghalaya were bowled out for 155 in their second innings. Four of the Meghalaya batsmen crossed 25 but none could go beyond 31. Chasing 201, Sikkim stumbled to 66 for 7 as Sanjay Yadav and Abhay Negi picked up three each to put Meghalaya at the brink of victory.
Day 3/Result: Iqbal Abdulla's unbeaten 76, studded with five fours and four sixes, didn't prove enough as Meghalaya registered a 66-run win over Sikkim. Set a target of 202, Sikkim could manage only 135 but that itself seemed like an achievement after they had been reduced to 52 for 7 last evening. For Meghalaya, Sanjay Yadav picked up 5 for 51 while Abhay Negi registered 4 for 41, taking his match-haul to 11 for 83.
Nagaland vs Goa in DimapurGoa (318 and 4/221 dec) beat Nagaland (176 and 134) by 229 runs
Points - Goa 6, Nagaland 0
Player of the Match: Amulya Pandrekar
50+ Scores: Vaibhav Govekar (71), Snell Patel (66), Shrikant Mundhe (64), Amit Verma (66), Snehal Kauthankar (68*) and Stuart Binny (58)
3-wicket hauls: Shrikant Mundhe (4/51), Imliwati Lemtur (3/81), Amulya Pandrekar (5/31) and Vijesh Prabhudessai (3/13)
Day 1: Vaibhav Govekar (71) and Smit Patel (66) scored half-centuries to help Goa to 260 for 5 against Nagaland.
Day 2: Left-arm spinner Amulya Pandrekar pikced up 5 for 31 to reduce Nagaland to 167 for 9. Earlier, Goa finished their first innings on 318 with Vaibhav Govekar top-scoring with 71.
Day 3/Result: Amit Verma (66 off 73) and Snehal Kauthankar (68* off 63) scored half-centuries as Goa declared their second innings on 221 for 4, setting Nagaland a mammoth 364 for to win. Only three Nagaland batsmen reached the double figures as they were bundled out for 134 in 36.4 overs and lost by 229 runs. Stuart Binny top-scored with 58 but there was little support from the other end. Vijesh Prabhudessai was the most successful bowler for Goa, picking up 3 for 13, while Lakshay Garg, Darshan Misal and Amit Verma chipped in with two wickets each.
Match of the Week: Bengal vs RajasthanGujarat (confirmed) vs Goa
Player of the Week: Harshal Patel - Haryana captain is on another level and reaching different heights this season. He has been the difference between win and loss for Haryana every time this season. This match was no different in that aspect. Opening the bowling, he took 4 for 32 to bundle Assam out for 97. He also ran out top scorer Rajjakuddin Ahmed resulting in 5 dismissals. His quickfire 28 while batting helped Haryana stretch their lead to 101 runs (He came in at 6/141 and got out at 7/197). With bowl in hand again, he shined by starting a collapse which resulted in Assam losing their last 5 wickets for 9 runs. He took 4 wickets for 49 runs and went past left-arm spinner Rajinder Goel's record for the most wickets in a Ranji season for Haryana. Goel had taken 48 wickets in 1983-84 but Harshal has now crossed him and has reached 51 wickets this season.
Quartefinals Scenario (as per current table):
Saurashtra (confirmed) vs Odisha
Andhra vs Jammu and Kashmir
Bengal vs Karnataka
In combined Group A & B, Andhra, Bengal and Karnataka are front runners for quarterfinals spot with Punjab just behind. Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu can also qualify if other fixtures go their way. In Group C, Jammu and Kashmir & Odisha are front runners but Services, Haryana and Maharashtra still have a chance to qualify. In Plate Group, Only Puducherry and Goa are in contention for sole spot.Points Table
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