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Saurabh Tiwary's record double-century Mumbai v Jharkhand, Mumbai In what was Jharkhand's first Ranji match against Mumbai, Saurabh Tiwary hit career-best 238 at a blistering strike rate of 79.59 in a dominating batting display, in Jharkhand's first
DB Ravi Teja (175) and skipper Akshath Reddy (149) scored a century each to ensure that Hyderabad did not get out in their first innings against Tripura as it gave both the teams one point each after their Group C Ranji Trophy tie ended in a dull
Having conceded the vital first innings lead to minnows Jharkhand, champions Mumbai had no other option but to fight for a draw which they did successfully after surviving anxious moments in their Ranji Trophy Group A game here on monday.
Laxmi Ratan Shukla's unbeaten innings of 87 kept Bengal's hope alive in the Ranji Trophy tie against the Railways at the Jamia Millia University Ground on Sunday. Shukla played splendidly to take the score to 252/7 for seven, at stumps on Day 3.
Rajasthan looked set to win their Group B Ranji Trophy match against Madhya Pradesh after reaching 77 for three in a chase of 148 against the hosts on the third and penultimate day of the match here on sunday.
Dinesh Karthik narrowly missed out on a century but Tamil Nadu managed to take a 71-run first-innings lead over Baroda on the third and penultimate day of their Group B Ranji Trophy match here today. Karthik was the lone batsman to take the hosts
Jammu and Kashmir were battling to prevent an innings defeat after conceding a 321-run lead against Maharashtra on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match, here on saturday. Maharashtra, who resumed at 185 for two, declared their innings
03 Guwahati: Amogh Desai top-scored with 97 as Goa closed in on Assam`s first innings total reaching 190/2 in their Group C Ranji Trophy match here on Saturday. Replying to Assam`s 247 all out, Goa were sitting pretty at the close of play on the
Tamil Nadu's quest for an outright victory was jolted by persistent rain in Chennai as only one session of play was possible on the second day of their match against Baroda. The hosts reached 101 for 3, with a busy Dinesh Karthik and a dogged B
Having reduced Jharkhand to 180 for 8 just before tea, one would have excused Mumbai for assuming the hard work was done and it was just a matter of time before they had bowled out the visitors...Shankar Rao, doesn't really have a great reputation