Apart from Indulkar’s ton, important contributions from Yogesh Pawar (63) and Rakesh Prabhu (50 not out) helped DY Patil post 327. Dinar Gaonkar, who claimed 3-72, was the pick of the bowlers for SPG.
Fifer for Tambe
For SPG, Vaidik Murkar, grandson of Ramakant Achrekar, scored 47. He was well supported by Larson D’Costa (46). But Pravin Tambe, the star leg spinner for Rajasthan Royals in the last Champions League T20, was too hot to handle for the SPG boys as they were bowled out for 210.
Tambe claimed 5-63 while Kshemal Waingankar, who was ignored for Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy encounter against Vidarbha, claimed 3-57.
In another ‘A’ Division tie, Victory CC beat Parel Sporting Club on first innings basis. Thanks to Krunal Nar’s 140, Victory posted 300 for seven declared in reply of Parel Sporting’s 134.
Parel Sporting were 226-5 declared in their second outing. MIG Cricket Club also managed to take the first innings lead against National CC. The Bandra club scored 258 for seven in reply to National’s 254.
Musheer takes five
Meanwhile, wonderkid Musheer Khan claimed another fifer for Sportsfield in the ‘G’ Division yesterday, taking his tally of wickets to 25 in six matches in the tournament.
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