South Zone have one leg in Duleep semifinals

South captain Vinay Kumar declared their innings at 600 for nine.

Written by Agencies | Published:October 6, 2013 3:03 am

South Zone have virtually qualified for semi-finals after reducing West Zone to 156 for 6 in on the penultimate day of their Duleep Trophy match in Chennai on Saturday. South captain Vinay Kumar declared their innings at 600 for nine. Overnight batsman Malolan Rangarajan remained unbeaten at 58. Rakesh Dhruv (3/183) was the highest wicket-taker for West.

BRIEFSCORES: South 600/9 decl. in 171.1 overs (B Aparajith 212,M Pandey 213; R Dhurv 3/183) vs West 156/6 in 76 overs (A Waghmode 57,A Bawne 62; M Rangarajan 3/50,A Mukund 2/5)

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