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Ranji Trophy 2018/19 Day 2 Round 1: Maharashtra in a strong position against defending champions Vidarbha

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Uttarakhand defeated Bihar by 10 wickets to gain 7 points. The defending Champions Vidarbha were bowled out for 120 runs in the first innings. M Mudhasir from Jammu and Kashmir, M Mohammed from Tamil Nadu took hattricks.

Elite Group A

Baroda vs. Gujarat ( Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara)

The second day between Baroda and Gujarat ended in an interesting position. Gujarat ended the 2nd day on 264 for 6.

Gujarat 264 for 6 in 92 overs  ( Samit Gohel 63, Rujul Bhatt 70*, Manpreet Juneja 47, Atit Sheth 3/37, Bhatt 3/69 ) trail

Baroda 290 in 81.2 overs ( Yusuf Pathan 69, Deepak Hooda 63, Siddarth Desai 5/107, Piyush Chawla 3/58) by 26 runs.

Vidarbha vs. Maharashtra ( MCA Stadium, Pune)

Starting the 2nd day on 264 for 6, Rahul Tripathi played a quick fire knock scoring 73 off 71 balls, Vidarbha bowlers made comeback and bowled out Maharashtra for 343. In reply, Maharashtra bowled out Vidarbha for a paltry 120. Following on, Vidarbha ended the 2nd day on 46 for 0.

Vidarbha 120 in 44.5 overs ( Wasim Jaffer 27, Sarwate 25, Bachhav 3/3, Samad Fallah 2/21) and 46 for 0 in 17 overs ( Ramaswamy 25*, Faiz Faizal 20*) trail

Maharashtra 343 ( Khurana 89, Gugagle 47, Gaikwad 47, Tripathi 36*, Sarwate 2/50, Wakhare 2/47) 177 runs.

Railways vs. Mumbai ( Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi)

Mumbai started the 2nd day on 278 for 5. It was a great batting display by Siddesh Lad who was dismissed for 99. The young Shivam Dubey remained not out on 114 and helped Mumbai post 411. In reply, Railways are struggling at 115 for 6.

Railways 115 for 6 in 45 overs ( Arindam Ghosh 39*, Tushar Desphande 3/29) trail

Mumbai 411 in 115.2 overs  ( Shivam Dubey 114*, Siddesh Lad 99, Suryakumar Yadav 83, , Harsh Tyagi 4/83, Anureet Singh 3/77, Avinash Yadav 3/99) by 296 runs.

 

Saurashtra vs. Chhattisgarh (SCA Stadium, Rajkot)

Starting the 2nd day on 282 for 3, Saurashtra posted a massive total of 475 runs in the first innings. In reply, Chhattisgarh ended on 88 for 0.

Chhattisgarh 88 for 0 in 32 overs ( Sahil Gupta 51*, Tiwari 35*) trail

Saurashtra 475 in 142.2 overs  ( Jackson 147, Vasavada 63,  Snell Patel 91, Harvik Desai 78,  Shahnawaz Hussain 4/97) by 387 runs.

Elite Group B

Andhra vs. Punjab ( ACA- VDCA Stadium, Vizag)

Punjab have ended the 2nd day in a strong position with 414 runs on the board. In reply, Andhra Pradesh are struggling with 54 for 3.

Andhra Pradesh 54 for 3 in 26 overs ( Hanuma Vihari 19, Hebbar 17, Mayank Markande 1/8) trail

Punjab 414 in 156.2 overs  ( Sanvir Singh 110, Mayank Markande 68*, Mandeep Singh 68, , Shubman Gill 56, Ayyappa 3/78, Karn Sharma 3/115, Vijaykumar 2/42) by 360 runs.

Himachal Pradesh vs. Bengal ( Atal Bihari Vajypee Stadium, Nadun)

Bengal began the day on 266 for 6. AA Gani scored 47 runs while tailender Ashok Dinda scored quick fire 38 to help them post 380. PP Jaiswal added 3 more wickets. In reply, Himachal Pradesh ended 2nd day on 124 for 3.

Himachal Pradesh 124 for 3 in 43 overs ( Ankush Bains 79*, Ashok Dinda 2/25) trail

Bengal 380 in 116.1 overs  ( Manoj Tiwary 55, Majumdar 52, Raman 48, AA Gani 47, Ashok Dinda 38, Rishi Dhawan 2/56, P Chopra 2/29, PP Jaiswal 5/81) by 256 runs.

Kerala vs. Hyderabad ( ST Xavier College Ground, Thiruvananthapuram)

Kerala posted a massive total of 495 for 6 declare in their first innings. In reply, Hyderabad played 1 one over and scored 1 run.

Hyderabad 1 for 0 in 1 over ( Tanmay Agarwal 1*) trail

Kerala 495 for 6 declare 164 overs  ( Jalaj Saxena 57, 147, Jagadeesh 113*, Akshay Chandran 48* Sanju Samson 53, M Hassan 2/132, Sairam 3/110) by 494 runs.

Tamil Nadu vs. Madhya Pradesh ( NPR College Ground, Dindgul)

Starting the 2nd day on 214 for 3, Tamil Nadu bowler M Mohammed took the second hattrick of the season and bowled out Madhya Pradesh for 393 runs. In reply, Tamil Nadu ended 2nd day on 0 for 0.

Tamil Nadu 0 for 0 in 2 overs trail

Madhya Pradesh 393 in 157.4 overs  ( RM Patidar 196, AV Birla 51, Naman Ojha 45, Ankit Sharma 23* M Mohammed 4/98R Ashwin 4/85) by 394 runs.

Elite Group C

Jharkhand vs. Assam (JSCA Stadium, Ranchi)

Jharkhand began the second day on 266 for 6 and added 78 runs for the last 4 wickets to be bowled out for 344. In reply, Assam made 126 for 2.

Assam 126 for 2 in 51 overs ( Gokul Sharma 49*, Sibanskar Roy 47*, Varun Aaron 1/32) trail

Jharkhand 344 in 112.1 overs  ( Nazim Siddiqui 72, Deborat 43, Utakarsh Singh 76, Anukul Roy 80, Mukthar Hussain 5/77, RL Mali 2/78) by 218 runs.

Odisha vs. Haryana (KIIT Stadium, Bhuvneshwar)

Starting the 2nd day on 230 for 6, Haryana scored 324 in the first innings. In reply, Haryana responded strongly with 239 for 3.

Haryana 239 for 3 in 65 overs ( Chaitanya Bishnoi 75, Himanshu Rana 113*, Chandila 34*, Rajesh Mohanty 2/36) trail

Odisha 324 in 112.2 overs  ( AA Sarangi 114, Shantanu Mishra 71, Pradhan 36, HV Patel 2/58, Mohit Sharma 2/38, Tinu Kundu 4/51) by 85 runs.

Rajasthan vs. Jammu and Kashmir ( Sawai Man Singh Stadium, Jaipur)

Starting the day on 300 for 3, Jammu and Kashmir fast bowler Mudhasir picked up the first hattrick of season. Jammu and Kashmir bowled out Rajasthan for 379. In reply, Jammu and Kashmir, ended the 2nd day on 186 for 7.

Jammu and Kashmir 186 for 7 in 62 overs ( Parveez Rasool 47, Khajuria 40, TM UL Haq 3/59, Rahul Chahar 3/59) trail

Rajasthan 379 in 109.4 overs  ( C Bist 159, Ashok Menaria 59, Umar Nazir 2/93, Mudhasir 5/90)by 193 runs.

Tripura vs. Services (Maharaja Bir Bikram College Ground, Agartala)

Starting on the overnight score of 268 for 7, Tripura scored 360 all out. In reply, Services ended the 2nd day on 136 for 3.

Services 136 for 3 in 55 overs ( Anshul Gupta 62, Navneet Singh 49, Murasingh 2/37) trail

Tripura 360 in 122.3 overs ( Bishal Ghosh 201, SK Patel 38, Harmeet Singh 37, Rana Dutt 20, S Pandey 3/ 105, D Pathaina 4/79, Vikas Yadav 2/99 ) by 224 runs.

Uttar Pradesh vs. Goa ( Green Park, Kanpur)

Uttar Pradesh has gained control of the game with 473 for 3. Captain Nath remained not out on 155 and Priyam Garg remained not out on 82.

Uttar Pradesh 473 for 3 in 139 overs  ( Akashdeep Nath 155*, Priyam Garg 82*, Kaushik 92, Mohammad Saif 126, LA Garg 2/95) lead

Goa 152 in 35.4 overs ( DW Misal 43, SK Kamat 41, Shivam Mavi 4/25) by 321 runs.

 

Plate Group

Manipur vs. Sikkim ( Jadavpur University Campus 2nd Ground, Kolkata)

Milind Kumar played a marathon knock scoring 261 and helping Sikkim post 372 runs in the first innings. In reply, Manipur were bowled out for 79. Following on, Manipur ended day 2 on 123 for 2.

Manipur 79 in 28 overs ( Yashpal Singh 29, Priyajoit Singh 30, Ishwar Chaduary 4/37, Bipul Sharma 3/17) and 123 for 2 in 34 overs ( Lakhan Rawat 62*, Yashpal Singh 48*, Bipul Sharma 1/15) trail

Sikkim 372 in 111.2 overs  ( Milind Kumar 261, Bipul Sharma 45, SS Sharuya 4/39, RR Singh 3/97) by 170 runs.

 

Meghalaya vs. Arunachal Pradesh (Meghalaya Cricket Association Cricket Ground, Shiliong)

Meghalaya began the second day on 87 for 6. It was a brilliant bowling display by Arunachal Pradesh bowlers to bowl out Meghalaya for just 141.

Arunachal Pradesh 166 in 64.3 overs ( Samarth Seth 50, Kshitiz Sharma 30, Gurnider Singh 5/50)104 for 6 in 41 overs ( Kshitiz Sharma 41, Yangfo 22*, Abhay Negi 3/29) lead

Meghalaya 141 in 40 overs  ( Jason Lamare 70, A Singhaina 32, Licha Tei 3/31, SK Thakur 3/19, Subash Sharma 3/47 ) by 129 runs.

Nagaland vs. Mizoram (Nagaland Cricket Stadium, Sovima, Dimapur)

Nagaland began the 2nd day on 189 for 4. It was great batting performances by Nagaland batsmen to post a massive 530 for 8 declare. In their second innings, Manipur ended day 2 on 16 for 2.

Mizoram 106 in 47.2 overs ( T Kohli 49, AL Rajput 28, Kazi 4/16) and 16 for 2 in 10 overs ( Lalremkima 6*, Kazi 1/3) trail

Nagaland 530 for 8 declare in 117.2 overs  ( A Kazi 200*, Jonathan 72, Lohchab 45, AL Rajput 2/50, Moia 3/90, Lalbiakvela 2/128) by 408 runs.

Uttarakhand vs. Bihar (Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Dehradun, Uttarakhand)

Uttarakhand registered a 10 wicket win over Bihar. It was a superb performance by Uttarakhand team to bowl out Bihar for just 169 runs and then win the match.

Uttarakhand 227  71. 3 overs ( KV Kaushal 91, SA Rawat 64, Rajat Bhatia 38*, SS Quadri 3/77, Aman 4/34) and 4 for 0 0.1 overs ( Karn Veer Kaushal 4*) beat

Bihar 60 in 22.1 overs ( Vivek Mohan 13, Deepak Dhopola 6/13) and 169 in 50.5 overs ( S Quadari 36, Anunay Singh 35, Sunny Kashyap 4/51) by 10 wickets

Uttarakhand 7, Bihar 0. 

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