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Siraj four-for skittles out Karnataka for 183

Jiwanjot Singh slams unbeaten double ton, Prithvi Shaw scores century

Mohammed Siraj claimed a four-for against hosts Karnataka while Piyush Chawla’s five-for against Jammu & Kashmir put Gujarat in an advantageous position. In most other matches of the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 Round 3, batsmen dominated the proceedings on the first day.

Prithvi Shaw, Ankeet Bawane scored centuries. Others to cross the three-figure mark were AN Khare and Ashutosh Singh who built a 227-run partnership for Chhattisgarh; Hanuma Vihari and DP Prasanth Kumar built a 270-run stand for Andhra against Odisha. Double centurion Jiwanjot Singh and Anmolpreet Singh were involved in an unbroken 236-run partnership for Punjab against Goa.

Here are the highlights of the day:

Group A

Assam vs Railways: Assam were 216 for eight at the end of day’s play in Guwahati after being asked to bat. Deepak Bansal claimed three of the top four wickets while Anureet Singh accounted for Gokul Sharma and Amit Mishra (3/56) sent back opener Rishav Das to leave Assam on 78 for five.

Mishra also claimed the top-scorer, Tarjinder Singh (43) leaving the side on 176 for eight. Pritam Das and Dhiraj Goswami then saw the team through to stumps.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/34

Uttar Pradesh vs Maharashtra: Century by Ankeet Bawane (107*) and Rohit Motwani’s not out 62 helped Maharashtra to 274 for four until the end of day’s play. Saurabh Kumar claimed SM Gugale with 26 runs on the board and a bit later claimed R Tripathi to leave Maharashtra on 50 for two.

Bawane, then anchored the innings to a comfortable position until stumps. He was involved in an unbroken 124-run stand with Motwani for the fifth wicket until play ended for the day.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/35

Karnataka vs Hyderabad: After two washed out matches, Hyderabad dominated hosts Karnataka in the third round of the ongoing season. Mohammed Siraj claimed a four-wicket haul while Ravi Kiran picked three wickets and Pragyan Ojha two wickets to bundle out Karnataka for 183.

Stuart Binny was the top-scorer for Karnataka with 61 runs while Siraj and Co dismantled the home team’s batting lineup on Day 1.

At Stumps, Hyderabad were 51 for three with Sumanth Kolla and B Sandeep in the middle.
 
Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/36

Group B

Jharkhand vs Haryana: Haryana’s No. 3 batsman, CK Bishnoi was stranded on 61 as Sunny Gupta and Jaskaran Singh ran through the lineup to bowl the visitors out for 208.

After electing to field, Varun Aaron dealt the first blow by claiming GA Singh with the team on 39. After 48 runs, Shahbaz Nadeem accounted for Rohilla to leave Haryana on 87 for three. Bishnoi and Rajat Paliwal then stitched a 59-run stand until Nadeem claimed the latter to leave the visitors on 146 for three. Sunny Gupta and Jaskaran then dismantled the rest of the lineup and bowled the side out on the first day.

In reply, Jharkhand were 14 without loss at the end of day’s play.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/32

J & K vs Gujarat: In his second match for Gujarat, Piyush Chawla claimed yet another five-for to help bowl J & K out for 261. While openers Mohammed Omar Banday (54) and Shubham Khajuria (54) got the team off to a good start with a 99-run opening stand the team continued to lose wickets at regular intervals afterwards. The leg-spinner who ended the stand with the wicket of Shubham Khajuria finished with five for 92. H Patel claimed three for 57 while CT Gaja and R Bhatt picked a wicket each.

S Gohil and Priyank Panchal then helped Gujarat to 15/0 until Stumps.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/31

Kerala vs Team Rajasthan: Electing to bat, Kerala were 232 for three until Stumps on Day 1. Although opener Vishnu Vinod was sent back for two by Pankaj Singh the rest of the middle-order helped the team to a comfortable position until the end of day’s play.

Jalaj Saxena made 79 while Rohan Prem contributed 86 runs to help build the innings. When play ended for the day, Sanju Samson (25*) was batting with Sachin Baby on 38.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/33

Group C

Andhra vs Odisha: With a 270-run partnership for the second wicket, DB Prashanth Kumar and Hanuma Vihari helped Andhra to 278 for two until stumps. After KS Bharat was sent back by Suryakant Pradhan with the team on eight, the duo joined hands to shape the innings.

The flourishing stand was brought to a halt by Basant Mohanty. The bowler bowled Prashanth for 127 at the stroke of stumps. At the end of day’s play, Vihari was batting on 143.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/25

Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu: A sparkling 123 by Prithvi Shaw and a 62-ball 57 by Shreyas Iyer helped set the stage for a respectable total for Mumbai. Coming together at 8/1, the duo added 98-runs for the third wicket until on song Iyer edged Vijay Shankar to the wicketkeeper. Shaw continued to hold the fort.

After he was sent back by R Ashwin for 123, Aditya Tare and Abhishek Nayar continued to build on the platform. However, the dismissal of the captain by Vijay Shankar late in the day left Mumbai on 308 for six. He also followed up with the wicket of Vijay Gohil to leave the hosts on 314 for seven at stumps. 

Suryakumar Yadav contributed 39 runs earlier in the innings while Siddhesh Lad made 18 until he was sent back by Ashwin.

Shaw, who had helped build the innings even as he lost partners, said, “I was not thinking about the wickets we lost. I just tried to stay as long as possible at the crease and score as many runs as I could.

“I was not thinking that Ashwin sir is bowling, but I just planned that if I dominated it would be a good sign. I was playing him normally as I played against all the spinners,” he added when asked about batting opposite the senior off spinner.

Looking back, however, Shaw does regret missing out on an opportunity to score a double century. “The 200 wasn’t on my mind, I just wanted to bat as long as possible. I don’t know what happens to me after getting a 100. I didn’t plan much. It was a very good opportunity. It was challenging to play against Ashwin. I missed my double hundred, and that hurt the team a bit too,” he said.

Speaking about the difference at the first-class level and junior cricket he said, “The main difference is with the bowler’s pace. There are pace bowlers at the U-19 level but they are lacking in experience comparatively to Ranji Trophy pacers. As Ranji Trophy bowlers play a lot of matches, they know how to bowl on different types of wickets and take wickets.”

While saying that he has learnt consistency from watching players in the India ‘A’ and Mumbai squad, the batsman who has three tons from four first-class matches added, “When I played for India Under-19 and got an opportunity to train under Rahul (Dravid) sir, I learnt lot of things. Here also Sameer (Dighe) sir helped me a lot and I think such type of experiences help in a youngster’s growth as a cricketer,” he mentioned.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/26

Tripura vs Madhya Pradesh: After a delayed start to the match in Agartala, Tripura were left tottering at 88 for six in 40 overs by the Ishwar Pandey-led MP attack. While opener BB Gosh remained not out on 42 at stumps, the pacer along with Ankit Sharma wrecked the hosts’ lineup.

Ishwar finished the day with three for 20 while Ankit claimed two for 28.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/30

Group D

Goa vs Punjab: Jiwanjot Singh anchored Punjab to 396 for two on Day 1 with an unbeaten 215-run knock. He was ably supported by Anmolpreet Singh (103*) in an 236-run unbroken stand for the third wicket to put the side in a commanding position. After the visitors lost opener Manan Vohra in the first over without a run on the board, Uday Kaul helped lay the foundation for a solid total. He shared a 160-run stand for the second wicket until he was sent back by RR Singh.

Jiwanjot then saw the team through to Stumps with Anmolpreet.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/27

Services vs Himachal: Himachal were 273 for five at the end of day’s play with N Gangta (89*) and Rishi Dhawan (14*) in the middle. P Chopra made 55 at the top of the order while middle-order batsman AK Bains made a determined 167-ball 68 to help build the innings. V Yadav claimed three wickets for Services while Diwesh Pathania and Sachidanand Pandey claimed a wicket each.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/28

Vidarbha vs Chhattisgarh: Courtesy a 227-run stand between centurions Ashutosh Singh and Amandeep Khare, Chhattisgarh piled on 246 runs for three wickets on the first day. After Umesh Yadav claimed both the openers to leave the visitors on 19 for two, the Ashutosh – Khare pair milked the hosts’ attack. While Khare remained not out on 116, Ashutosh was dismissed by Umesh at the stroke of Stumps.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/29

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Delhi, Gujarat, Bengal and Karnataka register wins

Ashoke Dinda finishes with ten-for, Goa openers share 299-run stand

Delhi, Bengal, Karnataka registered thumping wins to collect bonus points while Gujarat too claimed an outright win over Kerala.

Himachal, Team Rajasthan, Mumbai, Tamil Nadu and Andhra garner three points each on the basis of a first innings lead from drawn games.

The match in Hyderabad between the hosts and Uttar Pradesh abandoned due to inclement weather. Both teams granted a point each.

Here are the highlights of the day:


Group A

Railways vs Delhi in New Delhi: Delhi registered an innings and an 105-run win on the fourth morning. The visitors picked the last four wickets for 49 runs to wrap-up the game.

After Railways resumed their second innings on 157 for six, Avinash Yadav was bowled by skipper Ishant Sharma to leave the hosts on 165 for seven. Top-order bat, Nitin Bhille then looked to trudge on with Anureet Singh. 40 runs later, Vikas Mishra bowled the lower-order bat while Manan followed up with the wicket of Bhille to leave Railways on 205 for nine. In the next over Mishra accounted for MR Choudhary to bowl Delhi to victory.

Mishra finished with four for 37 while Manan picked three for 67.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/22

Hyderabad vs Uttar Pradesh in Hyderabad: Match abandoned without a ball being bowled due to inclement weather.

Karnataka vs Assam in Mysore: Karnataka opened their account in the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 with an innings and a 121-run win over Assam.

Assam, who were trailing by 155 runs with four wickets in hand when play resumed on the fourth day were bowled out by Vinay Kumar for 203 in the first session. The Karnataka captain claimed three of the four remaining wickets including that of his opposite number, Gokul Sharma while Abhimanyu Mithun picked one to ring in a resounding win. The senior all-rounder finished with a four-for in the innings.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/24

Group B

Saurashtra vs J & K in Rajkot: Saurashtra cantered to an innings and a 212-run win on the penultimate day of the ongoing round of the Ranji Trophy on Day 3.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/19

Team Rajasthan vs Jharkhand in Jaipur: Having posted 423 runs and the bowled Jharkhand out for 265 runs, Team Rajasthan and ensured themselves three points on the basis of a solid first innings lead. They then enforced a follow on.

Following on, Jharkhand put up a better performance to avert a defeat and received one point for their effort. After resuming their second innings on 102 for one and batted through the last day to ensure a draw. Centuries by Mohammed Nazim Siddiqui (100) and Ishank Jaggi (103) helped the visitors keep the innings afloat. When the match ended in a draw, Jaggi had taken the side to 332 for six with Sunny Gupta.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/20

Gujarat vs Kerala in Nadiad: Gujarat registered a four-wicket win over visitors Kerala in the second round of the 2017-18 edition of the tournament.

Gujarat needed 83 runs with nine wickets in hand on Day 4. The Parthiv Patel-led team lost five wickets as they worked to attain the target. The Gujarat skipper then took the team to the finish line with Chirag Gandhi.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/21

Group C

Baroda vs Andhra in Vadodara: Andhra were awarded three points on the basis of a first innings lead while Baroda picked one point from the game.

Visitors Andhra were propelled to a solid first innings lead by Hanuma Vihari (150) and Ricky Bhui (145) after bowling Baroda out for 373.

After resuming their innings on 505 for nine on the fourth morning Andhra were bowled out for 554 with a 181-run lead. Ayyappa Bandaru then claimed two early wickets to leave Baroda on 10 for two. Aditya Waghmode and Vishnu Solanki then formed a 122-run stand to stabilise the innings. However, after Ashiwn Hebber removed Solanki, the hosts continued to lose wickets. While Waghmode was sent back in the next over leaving Baroda on 132 for four, Hebber followed up with wicket of Yusuf Pathan. A bit later Irfan Pathan was sent back by Bhargav Bhatt leaving the hosts reeling on 136 for six. Pinal Shah (9* off 65) and Swapnil Singh (50* off 51) stemmed the fall of wickets and kept the innings afloat. The pair ensured a draw and had taken Baroda to 195 for six when the match ended in a draw.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/13

Madhya Pradesh vs Mumbai in Indore: Mumbai opened their account in the 2017-18 edition of Ranji Trophy with three points on the basis of first innings lead against MP. The hosts received one point from the drawn match.

Playing their first match of the tournament, Mumbai snatched a first innings lead courtesy some determined performances by the youngsters. Having seized a narrow lead at the end of the third day, the visitors resumed their innings on 415 for eight on Day 4. Sufiyan Sheikh was the first to depart in the morning; trapped lbw by Shubham Sharma for 42 leaving the team on 439 for nine. With a run added to the tally, his overnight partner, Royston Dias was bowled by the bowler to end the Mumbai innings on 440. 

When play ended later in the day, MP were 145 for six. Minad Manjrekar and Vijay Gohil claimed two wickets each while Akash Parker and Royston Dias accounted for a wicket apiece. Unbeaten on 52, Ankit Sharma was the top-scorer for the hosts in the second innings.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/14

Tamil Nadu vs Tripura in Chennai: Tamil Nadu claimed three points on the basis of first innings lead while Tripura received one from the weather and bad light affected drawn match.

Having ensured a first innings lead, TN declared their innings on the overnight score of 357 for four. When bad light stopped play again on the fourth day, Tripura were 91 for three. Thereafter play couldn’t be resumed.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/18

Group D

Chhattisgarh vs Bengal in Raipur: Bengal sailed to an innings and 160-run win in Raipur and claimed seven points from the game.

Ashoke Dinda and Mohammed Shami claimed the last five wickets for 30 runs to wrap-up the game and claim a bonus point. Following on, when Chhattisgarh resumed on 229 for five, they were still trailing by trailing by 190 runs.

Shami set the ball rolling with the wicket of Jatin Saxena while Dinda disrupted S Ruikar’s stumps in the next over. In his next over, Dinda accounted for Manoj Singh while Shami sent back SA Singh with the score on 253. Six runs later, Dinda brought curtains down on the match with the wicket of Pankaj Rao. 

With three wickets in the second innings, Dinda finished with a ten-wicket haul in the match while Shami, who picked six in the innings, took his match tally to nine wickets.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/17

Punjab vs Vidarbha in Mohali: Vidarbha pulled off a comprehensive innings and 117-run win against Punjab in Mohali on Day 3.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/15

Himachal vs Goa in Dharamsala: Himachal gained three points on the basis of first innings lead while Goa received one point from the drawn encounter.

Openers - Sumairan Amonkar and Swapnil Asnodkar - resumed Goa’s second innings on 131 without loss at a deficit of 239 runs on the last morning of the match. As the run-fest continued in Dharamsala, the openers continued to bat at a steady pace and put together a 299-run opening stand until Asnodkar was run out for 167. 33 runs later Amonkar too was run out for 137 leaving Goa on 332 for two. When the match ended, Sagun Kamat and Amogh Desai had taken Goa to 426 for two.

Scorecard - http://www.bcci.tv/ranji-trophy-2017-18/match/16

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