Rajasthan hand Hyderabad innings defeat (Ranji Trophy round-up)

November 3rd, 2010 - 10:41 pm ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, Nov 3 (IANS) Rajasthan defeated Hyderabad by an innings and 256 runs on the third and penultimate day of their Ranji Trophy Plate League in Jaipur Wednesday.

Resuming at 64 for six and trailing by 318 runs, Hyderabad collapsed for 126 in the morning at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium.

Hyderabad were dismissed for 21 in their first innings, the lowest total in the Ranji trophy. Rajasthan, led by Hrishikesh Kanitkar’s 193, scored 403 in their first innings.

Debutant seamer Deepak Chahar, who created a flutter with his eight-wicket haul in the first innings, finished with 12 wickets.

The win gave Rajasthan six points.

At New Delhi, Delhi were struggling at 328 for six despite a century by Virat Kohli and trailed Bengal’s first innings total by 145 runs at close on the third day of their Ranji Trophy Super League match at Ferozeshah Kotla.

At stumps, Rajat Bhatia was batting at 24 and Sumit Narwal 13. Ashok Dinda was the pick of Bengal bowlers, taking three wickets for 87.

Resuming at their overnight total of 89 for one, Delhi soon lost their way after the initial promise of the 118-run partnership of Shikar Dhawan (42) and Kohli (173). Though skipper Mithun Manhas put up some resistance during his 43-run innings, it is Kohli’s innings around which the Delhi batting revolved.

Kohli’s knock came in 267 balls and included 24 fours and a six. He was run out by Arindam Das.

At Chennai, a double strike late in the day by seamer Lakshmipathy Balaji left Assam precariously placed at 159 for four in the second innings, still trailing Tamil Nadu by three runs on the penultimate day of the Elite Group A match.

It left the experienced Sridharan Sriram (87 not out) with the task of salvaging the situation for Assam Thursday with not much of batting to follow.

Brief scores:

At New Delhi: Bengal 473; Delhi 328 for 6 (Shikhar Dhawan 42, Virat Kohli 173, Mithun Minhas 43, Rajat Bhatia batting 24, Ashok Dinda 3 for 87)

At Dharmasala: Haryana 316 (Rahul Dewan 46, Manav Sharma 49, Hemang Badan 65, Dhruv Singh 39, Ashok Thakur 2 for 57, Jitender Mehta 2 for 59, Mukesh Sharma 2 for 8) and 132 for 2 (Nitin Saini batting 61, Sunny Singh 29); Himachal 206 (Bhavin Thakkar 69, Kuldeep Diwan 30, Joginder Sharma 3 for 36, Sanjay Budhwar 5 for 75, Sunny Singh 2 for 15).

At Jammu: J&K 272 (Arshad Bhatt 77, Asif Jeelani 39, Dhruv Mahajan 36, Samiullah Beigh 30, Samad Fallah 5 for 95, Shrikant Mundhe 4 for 54) and 134 for 2 (Javed Ahmed 47, Bhatt batting 56) Maharashtra 604 (Harshad Khadwale 73, Sangram Dilip Atitkar 140, Ankit Bhawne 159, Rohit Mahajan 66, Ganesh Gaikwad 51, Beigh 4 for 151, Abid Nabi 2 for 149, Sameer Ali 2 for 49).

At Jaipur: Hyderabad 21 (Pankaj Singh 2 for 11, Deepak Chahar 8 for 10) and 126 (Munagala Praneet Arjun 33, Pankaj 4 for 45, Chahar 4 for 54, Sumit Mathur 2 for 14) lost to Rajasthan 403 (Akash Chopra 65, Hemant Kanitkar 193 not out, Robin Bist 58, Alfred Absolen 5 for 78,Lalith Mohan 3 for 124) by an innings and 256 runs

At Meerut: Punjab 288 (Sarul Kanwar 42, Yuvraj Singh 52, Karan Goel 58, Vishwas Bhalla 32, Praveen Kumar 5 for 72, R.P. Singh 2 for 82, Piyush Chawla 2 for 51) and 127 for 4 (Uday Kaul batting 47, Pankaj Dharmani batting 34, Bhivaneshwar Kumar 2 for 20) Uttar Pradesh 362 (Tanmay Shrivastava 35, Shivkant Shukla 39, Digvijay Singh 38, Mohammad Kaif 58, B. Kumar 35, P. Kumar 43, Navdeep Sisdhu 4 for 128, Harmeet Singh 2 for 86, Rajwinder Singh 3 for 66).

At Mumbai: Mumbai 580 (Sushant Mahrathe 45, Wasim Jaffer 138, Rohit Sharma 93, Ajit Agarkar 80, Iqbal Abdullah 150, Jayesh Odedra 3 for 114, Ravindra jadeja 4 for 189, Mukesh Dhurv 2 for 74) Saurashtra 364 for 7 (Chirag Pathak 47, Bhushan Chauhan 63, Jadeja 40, Pratik Mehta batting 100, Dhurv 49, Ramesh Pawar 5 for 109).

At New Delhi: Gujarat 379 (Neeraj Patel 46, Parthiv Patel 36, Bhavik Thaker 67, Pratharesh Parmar 42, Siddharth Trivedi 65, Krishnakant Upadhyaya 3 for 98, Jaiprakash yadav 2 for 102, Shailendra Gehlot 2 for 65) Railways 221 (T P Singh 36, Yere Gowd 50, Yadav 37, Trivedi 3 for 50, Chauhan 3 for 76, Sahil Yadav 3 for 38) and 54 for 1.

At Nagpur: Andhra 370 (Hemal Watekar 77, L. N. Prasad 51, Satyakumar Varma 70, A. G. Pradeep 94, Umesh Yadav 2 for 73, Shrikant Wagh 5 for 77, Akshay Wakhare 2 for 99) Vidarbha 265 for 3 (Amit Paunikar 82, Akshay Kolhar 74, Alind Naidu 30, Amit Deshpande batting 38, Y. Venugopala Rao 2 for 61).

At New Delhi: Kerala 454 (Robert Fernandez 57, Rohan Prem 98, Sreekumar Nair 137, Padmanabhan Prasanth 37, Prasanth Parameswaran 54, Suraj Yadav 6 for 86,Nishan Singh 2 for 100) Services 237 for 3 (Prateek Desai 45, Soumyaranjan Swain batting 89, Yashpal Singh batting 57, Sony Cehruvathur 2 for 30)

At Chennai: Assam 184 (Parvez Aziz 36, L. Balaji 4 for 53, Aushik Srinivas 2 for 8) and 159 for 4 (Dheeraj Jadhav 35, S. Sriram batting 87, Balaji 2 for 14) Tamil Nadu 346 (Srikkanth Anirudh 95, S. Badrinath 83, Ranjitkumar Mali 4 for 73, Arlen Konwar 2 for 91).

At Cuttack: Baroda 148 (Rakesh Solanki 87 not out, Basanth Mohanti 5 for 31) and 82 for 1 (Jaykishan Kolsawal 46) Orissa 352 (Natraj Behera 55, Govind Podder 106, Rakesh Mohanty 43, Biplab Samatray 55, Alok Sahoo 30, Murtuza Vohora 3 for 71, Ajitesh Argal 3 for 91, Yusuf Pathan 2 for 55).

At Agartala: Jharkhand 335 (Rameez Nemat 55, Ishank Jaggi 44, Shiv Gautam 44, Rahul Shukla 72, Wilkin Mota 2 for 80,Timir Chanda 2 for 59, Subal Chaudhury 2 for 72, Jayanta Debnath 2 for 64) beat Tripura 73 (Varun Aaron 5 for 17, Kuldeep Sharma 2 for 30, Samar Quadri 2 for 0) and 131 (Chanda 30, Rahul Shukla 3 for 33, Aaron 2 for 36 and Quadri 4 for 22) by an innings and 256 runs.

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