Ranji Trophy Round 8 Day 1 Full Report
Bengal vs Mumbai
Scores: Begal 99 (Sudip Chatterjee 35, Abhishek Raman 21; Shardul Thakur 6-31, Dhawal Kulkarni 3-22) trail Mumbai 164/5 (Kaustubh Pawar 78, Shreyas Iyer 28; Amit Kuila 2-44, Mukesh Kumar 2-44) by 65 runs
Driven by Shardul Thakur’s six-wicket pull and Kaustubh Pawar’s 78, Mumbai took a 65-run lead against Bengal on the opening day in Nagpur.
Baroda vs Madhya Pradesh
Scores: 217 (Devendra Bundela 86, Puneet Datey 34; Babashafi Pathan 5-48, Irfan Pathan 2-51) lead Madhya Pradesh 31/2 (Deepak Hooda 14*; Puneet Datey 2-7) by 186
After Madhya Pradesh openers Aditya Shrivastava and Mukul Raghav put on a relentless opening stand of 45 runs, Babshafi Pathan went through the top request, lessening them from 45 for no misfortune to 94 for 6. Devendra Bundela, who turned into the most topped Ranji Trophy player in the progressing match, rescued some pride and utilized his experience to salvage his side.
Railways vs Uttar Pradesh
Scores: Uttar Pradesh 259 (Suresh Raina 91, Saurabh Kumar 53; Karn Sharma 4-48, Anureet Singh 4-67) lead Railways 18/1 by 241 runs
Suresh Raina’s 91 helped Uttar Pradesh achieve 259 after an unsteady begin against Railways on the very first moment at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.
Gujarat vs Punjab
Scores: Gujarat 281/2 (Priyank Panchal 134*, Bhargav Merai 65; Manpreet Grewal 1-31, Sandeep Sharma 1-57) vs Punjab
Driven by Priyank Panchal’s unbeaten 134, Gujarat posted 281 for 2 against Punjab at the KSCA Stadium in Belgaum on Monday.
Odisha vs Maharashtra
Scores: Odisha 311/9 (Biplab Samantray 89, Deepak Behera 58; Anupam Sanklecha 4-75; Mohsin Sayyed 3-58) vs Maharashtra
Biplab Samantray drove Odisha’s lively fightback on the principal day of his side’s urgent experience against Maharashtra after seamers Anupam Sanklecha and Mohsin Sayyed had at first lessened them to 116 for 5. Subsequent to selecting to bowl, Sanklecha conveyed forward his marvelous shape to evacuate three out of the initial four batsmen to fall. Simultaneously, he turned into the main wicket-taker this season by overwhelming Pankaj Singh.
Saurashtra vs Karnataka
Scores: Karnataka 200 (Manish Pandey 75, Shreyas Gopal 38; Vandit Jivrajani 3-41, JM Chauhan 3-52) lead Saurashtra 19/2 (Vinay Kumar 2-1) by 181 runs
Twelve wickets fell on the main day in Patiala as Saurashtra trail by 181 keeps running with eight wickets close by against gathering toppers Karnataka. In the wake of selecting to bat initially, Karnataka lost opener Mayank Agarwal economically for 15 and he was soon trailed by Robin Uthappa for 14. Samarth and Manish Pandey resuscitated the innings for some time however the previous’ rejection set off a crumple.
Assam vs Jharkhand
Scores: Jharkhand 251/4 (Saurabh Tiwary 88, Ishank Jaggi 80*; Abu Nechim Ahmed 1-28, 1-38) vs Assam
Half-hundreds of years from captain Saurabh Tiwary and Ishank Jaggi helped Jharkhand post 251 for the loss of four wickets on the primary day against Assam in Vizianagaram. Krishna Das, Abu Nechim Ahmed and Dhiraj Goswami grabbed a wicket each to vindicate the captain’s choice to bowl first. Jaggi then joined his captain out in the center at 98 for 3 to guide his side away to wellbeing.
Vidarbha vs Delhi
Scores: Vidarbha 183 (Shalabh Srivastava 62, Shrikant Wagh 46*; Sumit Narwal 4-38, Navdeep Amarjeet Saini 3-30) lead Delhi 12/1 (Rajneesh Gurbani 1-11) by 171 runs
In spite of losing Shikhar Dhawan ahead of schedule for 6 preceding stumps, Delhi would be satisfied with their endeavors on the primary day of their experience against Vidarbha subsequent to knocking down some pins them out for only 183. Navdeep Amarjeet Saini and Sumit Narwal scratched Vidarbha ahead of schedule in the innings to abandon them reeling at 20 for 3. Despite the fact that Shalabh Srivastava scored a battling half-century, the parade proceeded at the flip side.
Kerala vs Tripura
Scores: Tripura 213 (Yashpal Singh 50, Manisankar Murasingh 42; Sandeep Warrier 3-34, Jalaj Saxena 3-37) lead Kerala 11/0 by 202 runs
Sandeep Warrier and Jalaj Saxena grabbed three wickets each to set Kerala in a place of quality in their match against Tripura at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack.
Andhra vs Goa
Scores: Goa 115 (Sumiran Amonkar 29, Samar Dubhashi 23*; Bhargav Bhatt 6-36, Bukkapattam Siddharth 4-52) trail Andhra 159 (KS Bharat 68, Bhargav Bhatt 25; Shadab Jakati 8-53) by 44 runs
Upwards of 20 wickets went down in the diversion amongst Andhra and Goa at the Railway Stadium in Dhanbad with the last picking up a minimal lead of 44 runs. Bhargav Bhatt got a six-wicket pull while Shadab Jakati improved, completing with eight wickets on what was a bowlers’ day.
Chhattisgarh vs Services
Scores: Services 225 (Nakul Verma 54, Vikas Hathwala 50; Sumit Ruikar 5-73, Abhimanyu Chauhan 2-24) lead Chhattisgarh 8/0 by 217 runs
Sumit Ruikar’s five-wicket pull eclipsed half-hundreds of years from Nakul Verma and Vikas Hathwala to help Chhattisgarh to a decent position toward the end of Day 1 of their Ranji Group C experience against Services at the Bandra Kurla Complex.
Haryana vs Himachal Pradesh
Scores: Haryana 237/3 (Guntashveer Singh 110*, Nitin Saini 39; Kanwar Abhinay 3-48) vs Himachal Pradesh
Guntashveer Singh scored an unbeaten 110 on his top of the line introduction to help Haryana to a solid position against Himachal at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Stadium in Valsad.
Jammu and Kashmir vs Hyderabad
Scores: Hyderabad 234/3 (Tanmay Agarwal 106*, S Badrinath 47, Balchander Anirudh 46; Parvez Rasool 2-39) vs Jammu & Kashmir
Tanmay Agarwal’s unbeaten ton, alongside valuable commitments from the top-arrange batsmen, helped Hyderabad make a decent begin in their Ranji experience against Jammu and Kashmir at the Moti Bagh Stadium in Vadodara.