Vijay Hazare Trophy: UP trumps Delhi; wins for Mumbai, Kerala, Vidarbha

Himachal, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, Uttarakhand and Puducherry also post wins.

Dinesh Karthik's belligerent innings against Bengal contributed to Tamil Nadu's big win on October 2.   -  PTI

Good afternoon, welcome to Sportstar's coverage of Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20.

Final Results:

  • In Vadodara: Haryana 83 in 30.5 overs (D. G. Nalkande 4 for 25) lost to Vidarbha 85 for 1 in 20.4 overs by nine wickets.
  • In Dehradun: Sikkim 112 in 36.3 overs (Ashith 6 for 37, Sagar P. Udeshi 3 for 7) lost to Puducherry 116 for 0 (P. K. Dogra 70 n.o.) in 11.4 overs by 10 wickets.
  • In Dehradun: Nagaland 174 (Stuart Binny 107) lost to Uttarakhand 176 for 3 (Avneesh Sudha 77, Tanmay Srivastava 54 n.o.) by seven wickets.
  • In Vadodara: Delhi 204 for 8 in 50 overs (Himmat Singh 64, Shikhar Dhawan 54, Mohsin Khan 3 for 49) lost to Uttar Pradesh 207 for 5 in 29 overs (Priyam Garg 79, Upendra Yadav 57) by five wickets.
  • In Dehradun: Meghalaya 316 for 5 in 50 overs (R. R. Biswa 134, Punit Bisht 103, Abrar Kazi 3 for 33) beat Mizoram 139 in 38 overs (Pawan K. B. 52, Swarajeet Das 3 for 17) by 177 runs.
  • In Bengaluru: Jharkhand 259 in 48.5 overs (Utkarsh Singh 100, Virat Singh 52 n.o., Jaydev Unadkat 3 for 34, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja 3 for 58) beat Saurashtra 129 in 38 overs (Utkarsh Singh 4 for 34, Vivek Tiwari 3 for 17) by 130 runs.
  • In Bengaluru: Mumbai 362 for 4 in 50 overs (Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal 113, Aditya Tare 86) beat Goa 232 in 48.1 overs (Snehal Kauthankar 50, S. Z. Mulani 3 for 38) by 130 runs.
  • In Bengaluru: Kerala 296 for 9 in 50 overs (Vishnu Vinod 123, Mohammed Azharuddeen 56, Veer Pratap Singh 3 for 82) beat Chhattisgarh 231 in 46 overs (Ashutosh Singh 77, Jiwanjot Singh 56, Nidheesh M. D. 4 for 54, Asif K. M. 3 for 50, Sandeep Warrier 3 for 25) by 65 runs.
  • In Vadodara: Himachal 243 for 9 in 50 overs (Karan Kaila 3 for 36) beat Punjab 218 in 49 overs (Ramandeep Singh 62, Pankaj Jaswal 3 for 62) by 25 runs.

 

That brings us to the end of the Vijay Hazare Trophy action for today. There were massive wins for Mumbai, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, Vidarbha, Puducherry, and Uttarakhand.

There were centuries by R. R. Biswa and Punit Bisht of Meghalaya; Stuart Binny of Nagaland; Utkarsh Singh of Jharkhand; Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal of Mumbai; and Vishnu Vinod of Kerala.

Ashish of Puducherry was the only bowler to take five or more wickets. He took 6 for 37 to help his team defeat Sikkim.

There are four matches scheduled for Wednesday: Railways vs Tamil Nadu at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur; Services vs Team Rajasthan at the Jaipuria Vidhyalaya Ground in Jaipur; Bengal vs Tripura at the K. L. Saini Stadium in Jaipur; and Baroda vs Punjab at the Motibaug Cricket Ground in Vadodara.

Action begins at 9.00 am. Join us. Until then, it's goodbye.

 

Punjab vs Himachal: Punjab has capitulated, too. It is bowled out for 218, in 49 overs. Wicketkeeper Anmol Malhotra was the last man to be dismissed. He fell to Pankaj Jaswal, who finished with three wickets.

It's a 25-run win for Himachal.

Punjab was well in the hunt before the middle-order collapse, from which it couldn't sufficiently recover.

 

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

Chhattisgarh has been bowled out for 231. Asim K. M. took the final two wickets in the 46th over. Kerala wins by 65 runs.

The wickets were shared by Sandeep Warrier (3 for 25), Asif K. M. (3 for 50), and Nidheesh M. D. (4 for 54). No. 3 Ashutosh Singh was the top-scorer for Chhattisgarh, with 77. Jiwanjot Singh, the opener, also scored a half-century.

For Kerala, Vishnu Vinod (123, 91b, 5x4, 11x6) and Mohammed Azharuddeen (56, 53b, 3x4, 3x6) shone with the bat.

 

Punjab vs Himachal

It is an uphill task for Punjab, too, at the SGSA Cricket Ground in Vadodara. At 191 for 8 in 46 overs, it requires 53 runs to win in four overs to defeat Himachal. Anmol Malhotra, the wicketkeeper, and Siddarth Kaul are batting.

Mayank Markande was the latest to be dismissed, for 9. Punjab lost four wickets for 28 runs.

 

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

Chhattisgarh has suffered a sharp batting collapse. From 159 for 2, it has now stumbled to 205 for 8. No. 8 Lavin Ian Coster, the wicketkeeper, is batting alongside No. 10 Sumit Ruikar. Nidheesh M. D. has done the most damage, taking four wickets.

Chhattisgarh now requires 85 more runs to win in six overs.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

Goa has been bowled out for 232. Shardul Thakur takes the last wicket, that of No. 10 Heramb Parab. It's a 130-run victory for Mumbai.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

Darshan Misal has been dismissed; Mumbai is now one wicket away from a convincing win. S. Z. Mulani has three wickets.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

Also at the Alur Cricket Stadium, Goa has lost eight wickets in its pursuit of 363. It needs 138 more runs to win in 4.2 overs, a near-impossible task. No. 9 Lakshay A. Garg was the latest to be dismissed, for 5, by Dhawal Kulkarni.

 

Saurashtra vs Jharkhand:

At the Alur Cricket Ground in Bengaluru, Saurashtra has been bowled out for 128. Utkarsh Singh has been the wrecker-in-chief — four wickets — as well as top-scorer — 100. Jharkhand wins by 130 runs.

 

Meghalaya vs Mizoram:

After a 31-run last-wicket partnership, it's all over for Mizoram. The partnership allowed Pawan K. B. to reach a half-century, but was of little value otherwise. Mizoram is bowled out for 139, and Meghalaya has a 177-run win.

 

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

UP duly trots home in the 29th over. It's an emphatic win, the chase engineered in the main by Priyam Garg and Upendra Yadav, both of whom hit half-centuries.

Delhi suffers its first loss in the competition.

 

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

At the Motibaug Cricket Ground in Vadodara, UP has closed in on its victory target of 205. It is now six runs away from win, in the 29th over. Saurabh Kumar has just been dismissed - via a run-out - for 6.

 

Meghalaya vs Mizoram:

Mizoram has suffered a dramatic collapse. From 64 for 1, it was reduced to 108 for 9.  It is now 121 for 9 in the 34th over.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

Uttarakhand reaches its target in the 37th over, for the loss of three wickets. It now has three wins out of six matches. Tanmay remains unbeaten on 54. It's been an all-round effort, the wickets shared among five bowlers and Avneesh and Tanmay shining with the bat.

Nagaland remains winless.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

Uttarakhand is five runs away from a win, with 14 overs left. Tanmay Srivastava has crossed 50.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

GOT HIM! Amit Verma is caught behind by Aditya Tare off Shivam Dube has Mumbai clinches fourth Goa wicket. Goa, chasing 363, is 130/4 and requires 233 from 21.3 overs.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

 JUST 24 SHY OF VICTORY NOW! Uttarakhand needs 24 runs in 18 overs to beat Nagaland. Avneesh Sudha is not-out on 77, while Tanmay is nearing his half-century. Uttarakhand 151/2 in 32 overs, chasing 175.

 

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

100 PARTNERSHIP AND FIFTIES UP FOR JIWANJOT After Chhattisgarh suffered an early blow in the second over, Jiwanjot Singh and Ashutosh Singh have steaded with half-centuries apiece. Jiwanjot is not-out on 56 runs and Ashutosh Singh, at the other end, is going along nicely on 48. The two batsmen, in the process, have also stitched up a 100 partnership. Chhattisgarh, chasing 297 , is 109/1 in 23 overs.

 

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

UP IS WELL ON COURSE TO VICTORY!  Chasing 205, Uttar Pradesh is currently 132/2 in just 16 overs. Priyam Garg has hit a quick-fire fifty and is presently not-out on 78 off 50 balls. Upendra Yadav is playing a good second-fiddle and has scored 28 runs off 25 balls

 

Punjab vs Himachal:

Punjab is 75/3 in 19 overs, chasing 244 from 50 overs. Anmolpreet was the last man to be dismissed for 22 runs by Rishi Dhawan. Ramandeep Singh (22*)  and Gurkeerat Mann (5*) currently in the middle.

 

Saurashtra vs Jharkhand:

JHARKHAND PILES FURTHER MISERY ON SAURASHTRA! Varun Aaron chips in with two wickets in quick succession to leave Saurashtra struggling at 58/5 in 16 overs, chasing 260. The onus is on two new men at the crease, Vasavad and Chirag Jani, to bail their team out of trouble

 

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

Asif K.M. of Kerala dismissed Shashank Chandrakar, who was caught for one off five by Mohammad Azharuddeen. Chhattisgarh, chasing 297, is 52/1 in 9.2 overs.

 

Meghalaya vs Mizoram:

Mizoram, chasing 317, is 45/1 in 10 overs.  Akash Kumar of Meghalaya clean bowled Amatea for six, but skipper Taruwar Kohli has started positively. He is currently playing on 34 off 28 balls and has already smashed six boundaries and a six.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

Karanveer Kaushal follows Unmukt Chand to the pavilion as Nagaland gets rid of both the openers. Tanmay Srivastava and Avneesh Sudha are currently in the middle at 13 and 7 respectively. Uttarakhand, chasing 175, is 46/2 in 13.2 overs.

 

Saurashtra vs Jharkhand:

SAURASHTRA IN DEEP WATERS! V. Jadeja departs cheaply for four as his team is currently 32/3 in seven overs. Jharkhand's Vivek Tiwari picks up his third wicket.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

Goa, chasing 363, loses its opener Amogh Desai for eight runs to Shardul Thakur. Goa 25/1 in eight overs.

 

Pondicherry vs Sikkim:

FINAL RESULT: Pondicherry 116/0 in 11.4 overs beats Sikkim 112/10 in 36.3 overs.

AND THAT'S THAT! PONDICHERRY THRASHES SIKKIM BY 10 WICKETS AS P.K. DOGRA AND K.B. ARUN KARTHICK CHASE DOWN THE TARGET OF 113 WITH EASE IN 11.4 OVERS. Dogra not-out on 70 off 41 balls and Karthick walks back with an unbeaten 41 off 29 balls. Four points bagged by Pondicherry from this match.

 

Saurashtra vs Jharkhand

TWIN STRIKES FROM VIVEK TIWARI RATTLES THE TOP ORDER. Saurashtra, chasing 260, is 24/2 in 5.4 over. Vivek (3-1-12-2). Sheldon Jackson is joined by Vishvarajsinh Jadeja in the middle.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

EARLY HICCUP FOR Uttarakhand! Unmukt Chand is dismissed on nine by S.S. Mundhe. Jharkhand 13/1 in 3.3 overs.

 

Vidarbha vs Haryana:

FINAL RESULT: Vidarbha 85/1 in 20.4 overs beats Haryana 83/10 in 30.5 overs.

VIDHARBHA WINS! EVEN BEFORE OTHER TEAMS COULD COME OUT TO BAT IN THE SECOND INNINGS, VIDARBHA CRUISED TO A NINE-WICKET VICTORY. After bowling Haryana out for 83, Faiz Fazel (38 runs from 65 balls) and Wasim Jaffer (32 runs off 47 balls) steer Vidarbha to a comfortable nine-wicket win and with this, Vidarbha walks back with four more points in its kitty.

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Punjab vs Himachal:

INNINGS BREAK- Himachal sets Punjab a target of 244 from 50 overs. Himachal 243/ 9 in 50 overs.  N.R. Gangta 40 off 49 balls was the best batsman for Himachal; Karan Kaila (10-0-36-3), Siddharth Kaul (10-1-52-2) were the pick of the bowlers for Punjab.

 

Mumbai vs Goa:

INNINGS BREAK- Mumbai sets Goa a massive target of 363 from 50 overs. Mumbai 362/ 4 in 50 overs.  Yashasvi Jaiswal 113 off 123 balls and Aditya Tare's 86 off 93 balls were the best batsmen for Mumbai; Amit Verma (10-0-65-2) was the pick of the bowlers for Goa.

 

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

INNINGS BREAK- Delhi sets Uttar Pradesh  a target of from 50 overs. Mumbai 233/ 9 in 50 overs.  N.R. Gangta 40 off 49 balls was the best batsman for Delhi; Karan Kaila (10-0-36-3), Siddharth Kaul (10-1-52-2) were the pick of the bowlers for Uttar Pradesh.

 

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

INNINGS BREAK- Kerala sets Chhattisgarh a target of 297 from 50 overs. Kerala in 296/ 9 in 50 overs. Vishnu Vinod, with 123 off 91 balls, and Mohammed Azharuddeen (56 off 53 balls) were the best batsmen for Kerala. Veer Pratap Singh  (10-0-82-3), Sumit Ruikar (10-0-40-2) were the pick of the bowlers for Chhattisgarh.

 

Meghalaya vs Mizoram:

INNINGS BREAK- Meghalaya sets Mizoram a target of 317 from 50 overs. Meghalaya 316/5 in 50 overs. Centurions R.R. Biswa (134 from 141 balls) Punit Bisht (103 from 76 balls) were the best batsmen for Meghalaya. Abrar Kazi  (10-3-33-3), G Lalbiakvela (7-0-68-2) were the pick of the bowlers for Mizoram.

 

Jharkhand vs Saurashtra:

INNINGS BREAK- Jharkhand sets Saurashtra a target of 260 from 50 overs. Jharkhand 259/ 10 in 48.5 overs.  Utkarsh Singh (100 off 114 balls) and Virat Singh (52 off 44 balls) were the best batsmen for Jharkhand; Jaydev Unadkat  (9-2-34-3), D.A. Jadeja (7.5-0-58-3) were the pick of the bowlers for Saurashtra.

 

Uttarakhand vs Nagaland:

INNINGS BREAK- Uttarakhand needs 178 to win as it cleans up the tail in quick time after dismissing Stuart Binny for 107 runs off 108 balls. His innings included seven fours and seven sixes. Nagaland all-out for 177 in 44.5 overs. Rahil Shah (10-4-13-2)  D.K. Sharma (7.5-0-34-2) were the best bowlers for Nagaland.

 

Sikkim vs Pondicherry:

INNINGS BREAK- Udeshi is out leg before wicket to Udeshi as Sikkim is bowled out for a paltry 112 runs in 36 overs. Pondicherry has 50 overs to chase the target down. Iqbal Abdulla 29 (36 balls, 1x4), Ashith (10-1-37-6), Sagar P. Udeshi (6.3-2-7-3)

 

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Punjab vs Himachal:

A.K. Bains is caught by Karan Kaila off Gurkeerat Mann's bowling on 27 as Himachal loses its sixth wicket. Himachal is 181/7 in 43 overs.

Mumbai vs Goa:

100 UP FOR YASHASVI JAISWAL! Captain Shreyas Iyer joins the centurion in the middle after S. Lad and and Tare are dismissed. Mumbai 244/2 in 40 overs.

Sikkim vs Pondicherry:

Ashith picks up his sixth as Pondicherry is just one wicket away from bundling out Sikkim, which is struggling at 100/9 in 33 overs.

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

Mohsin Khan dismisses Shikhar Dhawan for 54 and opens the gate for UP. Delhi has lost four wickets for just 16 runs. Mohsin Khan is the chief-wrecker, who has picked up three wickets for 32 runs in eight overs. Delhi 124/6 in 31 overs.

Haryana vs Vidharbha:

HARYANA ALL-OUT FOR 83. Karnewar gets rid of Yuzvendra Chahal as Vidharbha is set a target of 84 in its quota of 50 overs. Four wickets for Nalkande and two each for Wakhare, Karnewar and Y.R. Thakur.

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

OPENER VISHNU VINOD SMASHES A BLISTERING HUNDRED AND PUTS KERELA INTO A COMMANDING POSITION AT 194/4 IN 32 OVERS.

Pondicherry vs Sikkim:

FIFER FOR ASHITH AS SIKKIM IS IN DEEP TROUBLE! Three ducks and Ashith wreaking havoc means Pondicherry is on top against Sikkim, which is reduced to 82/8 in 28 overs.

Haryana vs Vidarbha:

Amit Mishra's innings comes an end on 26 as he is caught leg before wicket by A.K. Karnewar. Haryana 81/9 in 30 overs.

Meghalaya vs Mizoram:

R.R. BISWA'S fifty powers Meghalaya to 116/2 in 26 overs. Punit Bisht walks in to bat Swarajeet Das is sent by Abrar Kazi for 32.

Nagaland vs Uttarakhand:

BINNY BRINGS UP FIFTY! Stuart Binny brings his half-century at a healthy strike-rate of 86.30. Nagaland 109/5 in 25 overs. On the other end of the crease, Binny is accompanied by Imliwati, who is currently not-out at six.

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

HALF-CENTURY FOR DHAWAN! Shikhar Dhawan brings up his fifty off just 70 balls as Dhruv Shorey plays an able hand at the other end of the crease. Delhi 97/2 in 23 overs.

Mumbai vs Goa:

100 PARTNERSHIP AND FIFTY-UP FOR BOTH OPENERS! Aditya Tare (72*) and Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal (51*) have brought up their respective fifties and in the process, put up a hundred partnership to power Mumbai to 132/0 in 33 overs.

Pondicherry vs Sikkim:

After losing three wickets for 37 runs, Yashpal and Iqbal Abdulla have steadied Sikkim's innings. Sikkim 60/3 in 18 overs. Yashal and Abdullar are not-out at  12 and 17, respectively.

Jharkhand vs Saurashtra:

After opener Anand Singh was dismissed for 26 runs followed by Kumar Deobrat getting out for a paltry five runs, second opener Utkarsh Singh (not-out at 33) is joined by skipper Ishan Kishan in the centre. Jharkhand 78/2 in 17 overs.

Vidarbha vs Haryana:

Wakhare hits the timber as H.V. Patel has to walk back to the pavilion for one off six balls. Haryana is 39/8 in 14 overs.

Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh:

Delhi is wickets down early in the game. Opener Hiten Dalal walked back for a duck, caught by Samarth Singh off Mohit Jangra, while Saurabh Kumar dismissed Anuj Rawat (23), Priyam Garg taking the catch.

Opener Shikhar Dawan (34*) is still at the crease and has been joined by Dhruv Shorey in the middle. 59 runs on the board after 13.2 overs.

Kerala vs Chhattisgarh:

Batting first, Kerala has lost two wickets for 97 runs. Skipper Robin (6) and Sanju Samson (16) have been dismissed but Vishnu Vinod (60*) is going strong with Sachin Baby (19*) at the other end. Kerala is 103/2 after 14 overs.

Veer Pratap Singh dismissed Robin while Sumit Ruikar got Sanju Samson's wicket.

Mumbai vs Goa:

Openers Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal and Aditya Tare have put on a good partnership for Mumbai, with 69 runs on the scoreboard after 13.3 overs.

Vidarbha vs Haryana:

D.G.Nalkande and Y.R.Thakur have sent half the team back, picking 4 and 2 wickets respectively, as Haryana reels at 30/6 in 10 overs. And three balls later, Pramod Chandila is stumped by A.V.Wadkar off A.A.Wakhare, and Haryana finds itself 7 wickets down for 30 runs.

In Vadodara's Allur Stadium, Delhi vs Uttar Pradesh in Elite Group A and B: Uttar Pradesh elects to bowl after winning the coin toss.

Delhi XI : Himmat Singh,Nitish Rana,Pawan Negi,Shikhar Dhawan,Dhruv Shorey (C),Navdeep Saini,Manan Sharma,Subodh Bhati,Hiten Dalal,Anuj Rawat (W),Simarjeet Singh

Uttar Pradesh XI: Priyam Garg,Ankit Choudhary,Aksh Deep Nath,Ankit Rajpoot,Samarth Singh (C),Mohsin Khan,Saurabh Kumar,Aryan Juyal,Mohit Jangra,Rinku Singh,Upendra Yadav (W)

 

In Dehradun's Abhimanyu Cricker Academy, Meghalaya vs Mizoram  in Plate Group: Meghalaya has won the toss and has opted to bat first.

Meghalaya XI : Dippu,A Singhania,Sylvestar Mylliempdah,Punit Bisht (W),D B Ravi Teja,R R Biswa (C),Amiangshu Sen,Swarajeet Das,Akash Kumar,Sanjay,Abhay Negi

Mizoram XI: Bobby ,G Lalbiakvela,Amatea,H M Ralte,Sailo,Parvez,Sumit,LALMAMA,Pawan K B (W),Taruwar Kohli (C),Abrar Kazi

 

In Dehradun's Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uttarakhand vs Nagaland  in Plate Group: Nagaland has won the toss and has opted to bat first.

Uttarakhand XI : D K Sharma ,Aditya Sethi,Pradeep Chamoli ,ASHISH,D NEGI,Tanmay Srivastava,Unmukt Chand (C),Rahil Shah,Saurabh Rawat (W),Karanveer Kaushal,Avneesh Sudha

Nagaland XI: AOSASHI,MOAKUMZUK,VAYU,S S Mundhe,Stuart Binny,R Jonathan (C),Y V Takawale (W),Sedezhalie,Tahmeed,Imliwati,Nagaho

 

In Dehradun's Tanush Academy Ground, Pondicherry vs Sikkim in Plate Group: Pondicherry has won the toss and has opted to bat first.

Pondicherry XI : ASHITH ,ROHIT D (C),SAGAR P UDESHI,M Viknesh,S Karthik (W),VINAY KUMAR R,Fabid Ahmed,K B ARUN KARTHICK,P K Dogra,SAGAR V TRIVEDI,S SURESH KUMAR

Sikkim XI: Palzor,Bibek (W),Dinesh,Tashi Pintso,IQBAL ABDULLA,Ishwar Chaudhary,YASHPAL,Mandup Bhutia,Nitesh Kumar Gupta,Nilesh Lamichaney (C),Ashish Thapa

 

In Bengaluru's Allur Stadium, Jharkhand vs Saurashtra in Elite Group A and B: Jharkhand has won the toss and has chosen to bat first.

Saurashtra XI: A V Vasavada,Chirag Jani,D A Jadeja,K Makwana,Sheldon Jackson (W),Himalaya B,Prerak Mankad,Samarth Vyas,A C Ayachi,J Unadkat (C),Vishvarajsinh Jadeja

Jharkhand XI:  Virat Singh,Anukul Roy,Utkarsh Singh,Saurabh Tiwary,Shahbaz Nadeem,Varun Aaron,Kumar Deobrat,Rahul Shukla,Anand Singh,Vivek Tiwari,Ishan (C) (W)

 

In Bengaluru's Allur Stadium II, Mumbai vs Goa in Elite Group A and B: Mumbai has opted to bat, after winning the toss.

Mumbai XI: Dhawal Kulkarni,Aditya Tare (W),Shardul ,Surya,Shreyas Iyer (C),S D Lad,S Z Mulani,Yashasvi Bhupendra Jaiswal,Shivam Dube,Shubham Ranjane,Shashank

Goa XI: Heramb Parab,Lakshay A Garg,Snehal Kauthankar,Suyash S Prabhudessai,Vijesh Prabhudesai,Amogh Desai,Darshan Misal,Sagun Kamat,Amit Verma (C),C M Gautam (W),Aditya Kaushik