Ranji: Tamil Nadu beat J&K, UP's Mishra floors Madhya Pradesh
Tamil Nadu scored an emphatic 277-run victory over visitors Jammu and Kashmir in Dindgul on the third day of the Ranji Trophy match while medium pacer Amit Mishra's six-wicket haul helped Uttar Pradesh bowl out Madhya Pradesh for 63 runs in their second innings in Indore Tuesday
New Delhi: Tamil Nadu scored an emphatic 277-run victory over visitors Jammu and Kashmir in Dindgul on the third day of the Ranji Trophy match while medium pacer Amit Mishra's six-wicket haul helped Uttar Pradesh bowl out Madhya Pradesh for 63 runs in their second innings in Indore Tuesday.
Tamil Nadu, after declaring their second innings at 286 for five courtesy left-hander Abhinav Mukund's century (137), trampled the Jammu and Kashmir batting line up. J&K were bowled out for 131 as left-arm spinner Aushik Srinivas took five wickets for 12 runs and left-arm spinner Rahil Shah had figures of three for 64.
In Indore's Holkar Cricket Stadium, Uttar Pradesh, after being bowled out for 180, dismissed Madhya Pradesh for a paltry total of 63 thanks to Mishra's magical spell of six for 26. The visitors reached 82 for four at the close of play and require 98 runs to win the match.
At the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, Bengal were made to follow on after being bundled out for 251 chasing Karnataka's first innings score of 408. Shreevats Goswami's 68 aided Bengal in getting to the score, while medium pacers Vinay Kumar and Sreenath Arvind took three wickets each to help the away side restrict Bengal. The hosts are 46 for one at close of play and they are still 111 runs behind.
At Vizianagaram, Andhra vs Kerala: Kerala 1st innings 229 all out ( Raiphi Gomes 81, KB Pawan 33; Duvvarapu Shivkumar 3/51, CV Stephen 3/43) Andhra 1st innings 141 all out (AG Pradeep 53, Mohammad Kaif 44; U Manukrishnan 3/37, Nizar Niyas 3/42), Kerala 2nd innings 108 for seven ( KB Pawan 34, Amit Verma 27; Paidikalva Vijaykumar 5/26).
At Guwahati, Assam vs Jharkhand: Assam 1st innings 191 all out (Arun Kathik 97, Sibsankar Roy 32; Ajay Yadav 2/25; Sunny Gupta 2/27), Jharkhand 1st innings 217 allout (Ishan Kishan 60 , Kaushal Singh 38; Dhiraj Goswami 4/20, J Syed Mohammad 2/40), Assam 2nd innings 157 for two (Pallavkumar Das 75 not out, Sibsankar Roy 60; Ajay Yadav 1/8).
At Kolkata, Bengal vs Karnataka: Karnataka 1st innings 408 all out (Shreyas Gopal 145, CM Gautam 63; Ashok Dinda 7/87, Veer Pratap Singh 3/98), Bengal 1st innings 251 all out (Shreevats Goswami 68, Sudip Chatterjee 57; Vinay Kumar 3/56, Sreenath Arvind 3/31), Bengal second innings follow on 46 for one (Sudip Chatterjee 20).
At Rohtak, Haryana vs Maharastra: Haryana 1st innings 136 all out (Sachin Rana 41, Avi Barot 31; Samad Fallah 5/36, Anupam Sanklecha 3/31), Maharastra 105 all out (Shrikant Mundhe 27; Ashish Hooda 5/27, Joginder Sharma 3/27), Haryana 2nd innings 149 for six (Sachin Rana 32, Anupam Sanklecha 3/50, Samad Fallah 2/45).
At Hyderabad, Hyderabad vs Goa: Hyderabad 1st innings 568/7 declared (Hanuma Vihari 179, Tanmay Agarwal 135; Saurabh Bandekar 3/115), Goa 1st innings 89 for three (Sagun Kamat 52 not out; Ravi Kiran 2/8).
At Dindgul, Tamil Nadu vs Jammu & Kashmir: Tamil Nadu 1st innings 254 (Malolan Rangarajan 93, Baba Indrajith 37; Waseem Raja 5/68, S Beigh 2/23), Jammu & Kashmir 132 all out (Hardeep Singh 35; Malolan Rangarajan 4/35, Rahil Shah 4/61), Tamil Nadu 2nd innings 286 for 5 declared( Abhinav Mukund 137, Baba Aparajith 73; umar Nazir 2/42), Jammu & Kashmir 2nd innings 131 all out (Shubham Khajuria 60, ID Singh 31; Aushik Srinivas 5/12, Rahil Shah 3/64) Tamil Nadu won by 277 runs.
At Indore, Madhya Pradesh vs Uttar Pradesh: Madhya Pradesh 296 all out (Devendra Bundela 80, Puneet Datey 63; Kuldeep Yadav 4/48, Praveen Kumar 3/43), Uttar Pradesh 180 all out (Umang Sharma 58, Piyush Chawla 42; Ishwar Pandey 3/17, Sanjay Mishra 2/36), Madhya Pradesh 2nd innings 63 all out (Harpreet Singh 37; Amit Mishra 6/26, Praveen Kumar 3/16), Uttar Pradesh 82 for four (TM Srivastava 36; Avesh Khan 3/34).
At Cuttack, Odisha vs Gujarat: Odisha 1st innings 225 all out (Natraj Behera 75, Govinda Podder 37; Rush Kalaria 6/59, Kushang Patel 2/55), Gujarat 1st innings 372(Bhargav Merai 134, Parthiv Patel 44; Suryakant Pradhan 3/59, Deepak Behera 3/80), Odisha 2nd innings 143 for five (Abhilash Mallick 90 not out, Govinda Podder 36; Rush Kalaria 4/20).
At Delhi, Railways vs Mumbai: Railways 1st innings 242 all out (M Rawat 68, Arnab Nandi 61 not out; Shardul Thakur 6/59, Javed Khan 2/52), Mumbai 1st innings 24 for three (Hiken Shah 17 not out; Anureet Singh 1/4).
At Jaipur, Rajasthan vs Saurashtra: Rajasthan 1st innings 437 for five declared (Vineet Saxena 118, Ashok Menaria 100; Siddharth Trivedi 2/60), Saurashtra 1st innings 180 for three (SD Jogiyani 68, Arpit Vasavada 56; SG Gehlot 1/31).
At Delhi, Tripura vs Services: Tripura 1st innings 430 all out for five (Yogesh Takawale 89, Rajesh Banik 93; Suraj Yadav 3/103, Saurabh Kumar 2/57), Services first innings 10 for no loss.
At Nagpur, Vidarbha vs Punjab: Punjab 195 all out (Gurkeerat Singh 75, Jiwanjot Singh 26; RV Dhruv 4/56, Swapnil Bandiwar 2/24), Vidarbha 1st innings 158 all out (S Badrinath 62, Shalabh Shrivastava 29; Siddharth Kaul 5/49), Punjab 2nd innings 211 for six (Jiwanjot Singh 65, Gitansh khera 59; Shrikant Wagh 2/50).
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