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Rajasthan,Goa,Maharashtra win; Tripura,Hyderabad share one point each

Rajasthan took merely 10 overs to complete the formalities and register an emphatic win.

Written by PTI |
December 9, 2013 8:28:38 pm

Rajasthan took merely 10 overs to complete the formalities and register an emphatic seven-wicket win over Madhya Pradesh in their Group B Ranji Trophy match.

Overnight 77 for three in a chase of 148,Rajasthan relied on Robin Bist (63 not out) and Ashok Menaria (49 not out) to romp home on the fourth and final day of the match.

This was Rajasthan’s first win this season after two losses and three draws. The team’s points tally now stands at 11 from six matches.

Goa sail past Assam

Goa Off-spinner Amit Yadav wrecked Assam with a seven-wicket haul before his team chased down down a 50-run target with ease to clinch a 10-wicket win on the fourth and final day of their Ranji Trophy Group C encounter.

Tripura,Hyderabad share one point each after dull draw

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 draw on the fourth and final day.

When stumps were drawn on the last day,Hyderabad were 566 for eight in their first innings in reply to Tripura’s 650 for eight declared.

Maharashtra scores easy 9-wicket win over J&K

Opener Harshad Khadiwale smashed a run-a-ball 74 to power Maharashtra to an emphatic nine-wicket win over Jammu and Kashmir in Group C match of the Ranji Trophy.

With just 124 runs to chase for an outright win,Khadiwale preferred to adopt an attacking approach and struck as many as 13 boundaries during his unconquered innings to overwhelm the target in 26.2 overs.

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