Ranji Trophy Elite: Jalaj, Teja tons light up day two

Defending champion Vidarbha declared at 529 for six with centuries from Wasim Jaffer and Faiz Fazal.

Kerala all-rounder Jalaj Saxena registered his second century of the season, against Bengal, on Wednesday.   -  THE HINDU PHOTO ARCHIVES

 

The second day of the third round of Ranji Trophy 2018-19 saw stellar performances from Kerala batsman Jalaj Saxena (143) and Vidarbha batsman Akshay Wadkar (106 not out), while Rajasthan pacer TM Ul-Haq claimed six wickets against Jharkhand.

Summarised scores (Elite)

Group A:

At Raipur: Chhattisgarh 300 in 108 overs (Harpreet Singh Bhatia 79, Amandeep Khare 54, Vishal Singh Kushwah 52, Karan Thakur four for 98, Manjeet Chaudhary four for 85) vs. Railways 132 for four in 52 overs (Pratham Singh 56 batting)

At Nadiad: Gujarat 324 in 103.5 overs (Manprit Juneja 66, Rujul Bhatt 41, Dhruv Raval 63, Roosh Kalaria 91 n.o., Chetan Sakariya five for 83) vs. Saurashtra 221 for three in 70 overs (Harvik Desai 79 batting, Snell Patel 62)

At Belagavi: Karnataka 400 in 129.4 overs (Kaunain Abbas 64, K.V. Siddharth 161, Shreyas Gopal 48, Shivam Dube seven for 53) vs. Mumbai 99 for two in 36.5 overs (Jay Bista 69 batting)

REPORT| Karnataka, Mumbai share honours on Day two

At Nagpur: Vidarbha 529 for six decl. in 164 overs (Faiz Fazal 151, Wasim Jaffer 153, Ganesh Satish 56, Akshay Wadkar 102 n.o.) vs. Baroda 41 for no loss in 14 overs

Group B:

At Kolkata: Bengal 147 & 5 for one in 2.2 overs vs. Kerala 291 in 83 overs (Jalaj Saxena 143, Ishan Porel four for 69)

REPORT| Jalaj Saxena puts Kerala in command with brilliant knock

At Ongole: Andhra 216 in 89.5 overs (Jyothi Sai Krishna 58, Girinath Reddy 86 n.o., M. Mohammed four for 70) vs. Tamil Nadu 122 for three in 50 overs

REPORT| Kaushik Gandhi, Abhinav Mukund lay strong foundation for Tamil Nadu

At Hyderabad: 460 in 170.3 overs Tanmay Agarwal 120, Himalay Agarwal 66, T. Ravi Teja 115 n.o., C.V. Milind 58) vs. Delhi 21 for no loss in 7 overs

REPORT| Ravi Teja's maiden ton puts Hyderabad on top

At Indore: Punjab 293 in 84.4 overs (Jiwanjot Singh 124, Gurkeerat Singh Mann 66, Abhishek Sharma 41, Kuldeep Sen five for 62, Avesh Khan four for 77) vs. Madhya Pradesh 184 for two in 76 overs (Rajat Patidar 63 batting, Naman Ojha 46 batting)

Group C:

At Guwahati: Assam 121 & 60 for four in 23 overs vs. Odisha 240 in 85.2 overs (Anurag Sarangi 77, Biplab Samantaray 61, Ranjeet Mali six for 80)

At Ranchi: Rajasthan 100 & 127 for four in 55 overs (Robin Bist 45) vs. Jharkhand 152 in 58.1 overs (Ishank Jaggi 79, TM Ul-Haq six for 42)

At Lahli: Haryana 276 in 88 overs (Nitin Saini 64, Himanshu Rana 86, Prashant Vashist 42, Krishna Das six for 75) vs. Goa 177 in 79.1 overs (Sagun Kamat 68, Poonish Mehta four for 21)

At Srinagar: Tripura 124 & 11 for no loss in 4 overs vs. Jammu & Kashmir 442 in 121 overs (Ahmad Omar Banday 136, Shubham Khajuria 52, Irfan Pathan 85, Aamir Aziz 48, Waseem Raza 45, Harmeet Singh five for 91)

At New Delhi: Services 260 in 92.2 overs (Devender Lohchab 75, Ankit Rajpoot four for 74, Shivam Mavi four for 44) vs. Uttar Pradesh 265 for five in 85 overs (Priyam Garg 88, Akshdeep Nath 56, Suresh Raina 41)

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