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Ranji Trophy 2017/18 2nd round: Karnataka, Delhi, Gujarat & Bengal register wins on day 4

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The final day of the 4th day saw Karnataka, Delhi, Gujarat, and Bengal earn wins of Ranji Trophy matches. Karnataka, Delhi, Bengal earn innings win while Gujarat earned a narrow 4th win over Kerala.

The first result saw in Group A when Karnataka outplayed Assam by an innings and 121 runs. Assam began the final day on 169 for 6. Vinay Kumar took quick wickets to end the second innings on 203 giving Karnataka an innings and 121 runs win. They take 7 wickets from this win.

The second match of Group A saw Delhi smashing Railways by an innings and 105 runs. With 4 wickets required, Railways started the day on 157 for 6, they added 49 runs and were dismissed for 206 giving Delhi an innings and 105 runs win.

In Group B, Gujarat was reduced to 81 for 6 before the 7th wicket partnership between Parthiv Patel and Chirag Gandhi ensured that the defending champions reached the target. The match between Rajasthan and Jharkhand ended in a draw. Starting the 4th day, Jharkhand scored 332 for 6 with Ishank Jaggi and Siddiqui scoring centuries.

The final match of Group B saw Andhra Pradesh and Baroda ending in a draw. Andhra Pradesh was dismissed 554. Baroda was struggling at 136 for 6 but Swapnil Singh and Pinal Shah drew the match.

In Group C, Mumbai got 3 points. Starting the 4th day on 415 for 8, Mumbai were dismissed for 440. In the second innings, Madhya Pradesh struggled at 66 for 5, Ankit Sharma scored 52 not out and ensured a draw. Also, Tamil Nadu also earned 3 points for their efforts. TN declared their innings on 357 for 4. Tripura scored 91 for 3 before the match was stopped.

In Group D, Goa openers added 299 for the first wicket and ended the day 4 on 426 for 2 in 111 overs. Himachal Pradesh earned 3 points.

On the final day, Chhattisgarh could only add 30 runs and was dismissed for 259. Mohammed Shami took 2 more wickets to finish with figures of 6/61.

Group A

Assam vs. Karnataka (Mysuru)

Starting the 4th day on 169 for 6, Assam were dismissed for 203. Vinay Kumar picked 4 wickets and gave Karnataka a massive an innings and 121 runs to earn 7 points.

Karnataka  469 for 7 declared in 126.4 overs ( R Samarth 123, K Gowtham 149)  beats  Assam 145 for 10 in 59.1 overs ( G Sharma 55, K Gowtham 4/20) and 203 in 73.1 overs ( G Sharma 66, SA Roy 44, A Mithun 3/47, Vinay Kumar 4/31) by an innings and 121 runs

Karnataka 7, Assam 0

Delhi vs. Railways ( Delhi)

Starting the 4th day on 157 for 6, Railways were dismissed for 206 giving Delhi a victory by an innings and 105 runs.

Delhi 447 in 144.5 overs ( Manan Sharma 136, Nitish Rana 89, P Narang 55) beat Railways 136 in 59.4 overs ( SS Shukla 29, M Rawat 28, Manan Sharma 4/50) and 206 in 78.5 overs  ( NS Bhile 73, Vikas Mishra 4/37) by an innings and 105 runs

Delhi 7, Railways 0

Hyderabad vs. Uttar Pradesh (Hyderabad)

Day4- Washed out

Group B

Rajasthan vs. Jharkhand ( Jaipur)

Starting the 4th day on 102 for 1, Ishank Jaggi and Nizam Siddiqui scored centuries which helped Jharkhand to draw the match. Jharkhand ended the day on 332 for 6.

Rajasthan 423 in 141.5 overs ( Tajinder Singh 134, AV Gautam 107, Ashish Kumar 3/83, Sunny Gupta 3/76) drew Jharkhand 265 in 97.3 overs ( Saurabh Tiwary 83, Virat Singh 47, Ishan Kishan 50, Kaushal Singh 42, Pankaj Singh 4/48) and 332 for 6 ( Nizam Siddiqui 100, Ishank Jaggi 103*, Pankaj Singh 3/53)

Rajasthan 3, Jharkhand 1

Gujarat vs. Kerala ( Nadiad)

On the fourth day, Gujarat began the day on 22 for 1. They were struggling at 81 for 6 before Chirag Gandhi and Parthiv Patel reached the target. Gujarat started their Ranji Trophy tournament with 6 points.

Gujarat 307 in 106.3 overs ( CJ Gandhi 91, SB Gohel 69, AR Chandran 3/52, MD Nideesh 3/58) and 81 for 6 ( Parthiv Patel 18*, BH Merai 21, ) beat Kerala 208 in 66.5 overs ( Sanju Samson 51, Sachin Baby 49, Jalaj Saxena 30*, Piyush Chawla 5/69)  and 203 in 76.3 overs ( KB Arun Karthik 69, Sachin Baby 59, SA Desai 6/80) by 4 wickets

Gujarat 6, Kerala 0

Baroda vs. Andhra ( Vadodara)

Starting the 4th day on 505 for 9, Andhra Pradesh were dismissed for 554. At one stage Baroda was struggling at 136 for 6. Swapnil Singh and Pinal Shah ensured that Baroda drew the match

Andhra Pradesh 554 in 149.5 overs ( G Vihari 150, Bhui 145, B Sumanth 45*, AA Seth 5/91) drew Baroda 373 in 128 overs ( KM Devdhar 93, Swapnil Singh 88, AA Seth 70*) and 195 for 6 in 71.4 overs (  VP Solanki 68, Swapnil Singh 50*, Ashwin Hebbar 2/16)

Andhra Pradesh 3, Baroda 1.

Group C

Madhya Pradesh vs. Mumbai ( Indore)

On the final day, Mumbai was dismissed for 440. In the second innings, MP was struggling at 66 for 5. Ankit Sharma scored 52 not out and drew the match.

Mumbai 440 in 141.4 overs ( Jay Gokul Bista 135, Siddesh Lad 82, Suryakumar Yadav 91, Mihir Hirwani 2/95) drew Madhya Pradesh 409 in 144.3 overs ( Naman Ojha 180, Ankit Sharma 67, Akash Parkar 4/70)  and 145 for 6 in 59 overs ( Ankit Sharma 52*, Vijay Gohil 2/30)

Mumbai 3, Madhya Pradesh 1.

Tamil Nadu vs. Tripura ( Chennai)

Tamil Nadu declared their innings on 357 for 4. In the second innings, Tripura scored 91 for 3 bad light stopped play.

Tamil Nadu 357 for 4 in 88 overs d ( Washington Sundar 159, Baba Indrajith 89*, AA Sarkar 2/43) lead Tripura 258 in 96.1 overs ( SK Patel 99, Yashpal Singh 96, K Vignesh 4/41) and 91 for 3 in 34 overs ( SK Patel 35*, Washington Sundar 1/7)

Tamil Nadu 3, Tripura 1.

Group D

Himachal Pradesh vs. Goa ( Dharamshala)

On the final day, Goa openers SP Amnokar and Asnodkar scored centuries adding 299 for the first wicket and ended day 4 on 426 for 2.

Himachal Pradesh 625 for 7 declare in 144 overs ( AK Bains 143, PS Khanduri 117, Gangsta 127*, Amit Kumar 97, PP Jaiswal 63*) Goa 426 for 2 in 111 overs ( SP Amnokar 137, Asnodkar 167) and 255 in 85.5 overs ( RR Singh 55, SS Durbashi 39, PP Jaiswal 4/59)

Himachal Pradesh 3, Goa 1.  

Chhattisgarh vs. Bengal ( Raipur) 

Starting the 4th day on 229 for 5, Chhattisgarh could only add 30 runs and were dismissed for 259 runs. Bengal won the match by an innings and 160 runs. 

Bengal 529 for 7 d in 147.3 overs ( KB Ghosh 114, A Raman 94, SD Chatterjee 118, AP Majumdar 70*, Shubam Singh 4/162) beat Chhattisgarh 110 in 39.5 overs ( Ashutosh Singh 53, SS Ruikar 22, Ashok Dinda 7/21) and 259  in 81.4  overs ( ARPS Chauhan 115, Ashutosh Singh 71, Mohammed Shami 6/61) by an innings and 160 runs.

Bengal 6, Chhattisgarh 0.

 

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