Ranji Trophy 2022-23 Highlights
Odisha 535/8 dec vs Nagaland 433 & 120/1
Match Drawn Odisha took first innings lead
Andhra 135 & 462 vs Hyderabad 197 & 246
Andhra Won by 154 Runs
Tripura - vs Chandigarh 455-3
Match Drawn 1st innings unfinished
Bihar 157 vs Sikkim 157 & 122/4
Match Drawn Tie on 1st Innings
Uttarakhand 272 & 69/0 vs Bengal 387 & 206/7
Match Drawn Bengal took first innings lead
Uttar Pradesh 197 & 72/1 vs Haryana 365
Match Drawn Haryana took first innings lead
Baroda 355 & 216/6 vs Himachal Pradesh 561/8 dec
Match Drawn Himachal Pradesh took first innings lead
Maharashtra 594-9 dec vs Assam 274 & 309/6
Match Drawn Maharashtra took first innings lead
Mumbai 481 & 137/3 vs Tamil Nadu 144 & 548
Match Drawn Mumbai took first innings lead
Karnataka 366 & 128/3 vs Chhattisgarh 311 & 177
Karnataka won by 7 wickets
Kerala 265 & 200 vs Goa 311 & 157/3
Goa won by 7 wickets
Rajasthan 287 & 194/4 vs Jharkhand 92 & 470/9 dec
Match Drawn Rajasthan took first innings lead
Services 466/7 dec & 67/5 vs Pondicherry 216 & 313
Services won by 5 wickets
Madhya Pradesh 309 & 257/5 dec vs Vidarbha 160 & 201
Madhya Pradesh won by 205 runs
Arunachal Pradesh 331 & 185 vs Meghalaya 610/6 dec & 132-3 dec
Meghalaya won by 226 runs
Manipur 277 vs Mizoram 104 & 137
Manipur Won by an innings and 36 runs
Railways 427 vs Jammu & Kashmir | J & K
161 & 193
Railways Won by an innings and 73 runs
Gujarat 97 & 138 vs Punjab 286 & 329-9 dec
Punjab Won by 380 Runs
Saurashtra 574/8 d vs Delhi 133 & 227
Saurashtra Won by an innings and 214 Runs
Goa vs Kerala: Goa wins by seven wickets. Ishaan Gadekar finishes the match in style smashing Jalaj over midwicket for six. Ishaan anchored the chase with an unbeaten 67. Lad lent solid support with an unbeaten 33. The fourth wicket pair of Ishaan and Lad added 68 runs.
Tamil Nadu vs Mumbai: Vijay Shankar made the most of a reprieve to score a century as Tamil Nadu reached 495 for 4 at lunch on the final day. Forging a 214-run partnership with Pradosh Ranjan Paul, who remained unbeaten on 165, Vijay ensured that the visiting side took a 158-run lead as Mumbai struggled to find breakthroughs.
Starting the day at 380 for 4, Paul and Vijay were in no hurry to score runs and took their time before hitting a few boundaries. As the surface flattened, Mumbai lost an opportunity as Vijay, who was batting on 61 then, was dropped by Mohit Avasthi at third man. As the bowler Mohit Avasthi looked dejected, the Mumbai team-mates tried comforting Avasthi, but with the visiting side looking determined, they could not find a headway.
Last evening, Tamil Nadu captain Baba Indrajith said, “If we can bat till lunch, depending on where we are, we can take a call on an outright win.” With two more sessions to go, it would be interesting to see what strategy Tamil Nadu adopts.
Tamil Nadu vs Mumbai: Pradosh Ranjan Paul falls for a brilliant 169 as Vijay Shankar too hits a century off 174 deliveries. Shahrukh Khan and R Sai Kishore are out in the middle with Tamil Nadu crossing the 500-run mark with a lead of 171 runs.
Kerala vs Goa: Chasing 155, Goa reaches 68/2 at lunch. Openers Ishaan and Amogh rode their luck to add 36 runs for the first wicket. Kerala hit back with two wickets but Goa batters have generally played the spinners well.
Kerala vs Goa: Off-spinner Mohit Redkar claims three wickets that fell in the morning to reduce Kerala to 182/9. He was on a hat-trick after cleaning up Rohan Prem(70) and Basil Thampi (0) off successive balls. N. P. Basil prevented the hat trick. Kerala190/9. Darshan rearranges Vaiskh’s stumps, Kerala all out for 200 leaving Goa a target of 155. N. P. Basil slogged Mohit for two sixes to prop up the total. Mohit finishes with figures of 6/73.
Tamil Nadu vs Mumbai: Pradosh Ranjan Paul has scored a brilliant century and along with Vijay Shankar has kept Mumbai at bay. The duo has forged an unbeaten 161-run stand with Vijay Shankar batting unbeaten on 73.