Wed, 11 Jan 2023

Indian Cricket: Round up of results from 2nd day of the 5th round of games for Ranji Trophy 2022

x

Sikkim vs Arunachal Pradesh – Rangpo

Sikkim began the day 119 runs behind with 7 wickets in hand. By the end of the day, Sikkim had solidified their position by scoring 477 in the 1st innings with 2 days to go. Ashish Thapa top scored with 150 along with 133 by Sumit Singh. P. Tamang top scored with 77 not out.

Sikkim leads Arunachal by 264 runs with 2 wickets left

Meghalaya vs Manipur – Shillong

Manipur took a 63 run lead as they were all out for 220 with P. Singh top scoring with 50 as Rajesh Bishnoi picked 5/63. In their 2nd innings, Meghalaya were bowled out for 91 as L. Kishan with 29 and 27 by Rajesh Bishnoi top scored for Meghalaya. Manipur were 12/1 with a target of 29 ahead of them.

Manipur needs 17 runs to win with 9 wickets left

Mumbai vs Assam – Guwahati

Mumbai ran the roost as Prithvi Shaw and Ajinkya Rahane smacked the Assam bowlers to solidify their place in the game. Mumbai opener Prithvi Shaw scored 379 (383b with 49x4 and 4x6). Shaw went past the 377 scored by Sanjay Manjrekar to become the highest scorer for Mumbai and 2nd highest in overall Ranji Trophy history. Rahane scored 191 (302b with 15x4 and 2x6) as Mumbai declared on 687/4. Assam in reply lost the wicket of S. Mandal for 40 as Rahul Hazarika with 60 and Risav Das on 28 were the not out batters at stumps.

Assam trails Mumbai by 558 runs with 9 wickets left

Bengal vs Baroda – Bengal

Baroda added 47 runs to their overnight score of 222/7 to be bowled out for 269. Mahesh Pithiya scored 52 off 117 balls before being bowled by Mondal. 4/46 by S. Pathan wrecked the Bengal batting line up as they lost 8 wickets at stumps. Anustup Majumdar with 90 was the top scorer for the home team

Bengal trails Baroda by 80 runs with 2 wickets left

Jharkhand vs Chhattisgarh – Jamshedpur

After 18 wickets falling on the 1st day, day two saw only 4 wickets fall in the day. Chhattisgarh took a ten run lead as they were bowled out for 113. Avnish Dhaliwal scored 50 while Ashish Kumar picked a 5 wicket haul. In reply Jharkhand batted well in their 2nd innings. Aryaman Sen with 85 and Kumar Suraj with 51 helped Jharkhand make a strong start. At stumps, Virat Singh was not out on 59 along with Kumar Kushagra on 29.

JHA leads CHG by 248 runs with 7 wickets in hand

Bihar vs Mizoram – Nadiad

Bihar began the day at 296/4 as they upped the tempo to score 474 before getting bowled out. Babul Kumar hit an impressive 209 (359B with 31x4 and 1x6). Shivam Kumar too chipped in with 110 off 323 balls with 15 fours. VP Singh and A. Saket then a wicket each to have Mizoram 2 down at stumps.

MIZ trails BIH by 438 runs with 8 wickets left

Tripura vs Railways – Surat

Railways led by 30 when stumps were drawn on the 1st day. Railways went on to score 337 and take a 241 run lead before they were all out. Trio of half centuries by Shivam Chaudhary (70), Y. Singh (74) and Akash Pandey with 57* helped Railways cause. Bishal Ghosh came out swinging for Tripura with the bat to score 42 off 37 balls before he became the only wicket to fall for Tripura at the end of day 2.

TRI trails RLY by 171 runs with 9 wickets left

MP vs Gujarat – Indore

Madhya Pradesh added mere 80 runs to their overnight score of 232/3 before getting bowled out for 312. Himanshu Mantri was the lead scorer with 159 as Chintan Gaja’s 6/49 was the reason for Gujarat’s comeback. Gujarat in reply were 68/4 at one stage before Priyank Panchal and H. Manan added 91 unbroken runs for the 5th wicket with Panchal batting on 71 not out.

GUJ trail MP by 153 runs with 6 wickets left

Vidarbha vs Chandigarh – Chandigarh

Bad light played spoil sport as only 1 over was possible during the day with Vidarbha scoring 5 runs to end the second day at 11/0.

Punjab vs Jammu and Kashmir – Mohali

11 overs were bowled during the day as J and K scored 30 runs without a wicket before bad light put an end to the play for the 2nd day in a row.  

Goa vs Puducherry – Porvorim

Puducherry for the 1st team this season find themselves in a good spot as they took the lead over Goa at the end of the 2nd day. Puducherry had scored 299/6 with Arun Karthik batting on 113 off 180 balls and 78 by Ankit Sharma.

PDC leads Goa by 76 runs with 4 wickets left

Services vs Kerala – T’puram

Sachin Baby’s 159 off 308 balls and 55 by Sijomon Joseph helped Kerala reach 327 from their overnight score of 254/6. 2 wickets each by V. Chandran and J. Saxena and a wicket each for M. Nideesh and Joseph saw services lose 6 wickets before play was called for the day. Ravi Chauhan top scored with 50 for the visiting side

SER trails KER by 160 runs with 4 wickets left

Nagaland vs Haryana – Rohtak

Nagaland began day two at 83/5 before losing their last 5 wickets for 5 runs as Amit Rana picked 5/15. In reply Haryana were 56/2 before stumps were drawn due to bad weather and bad light.

HAR trails NGL by 32 runs with 8 wickets left

Odisha vs HP – Nadaun

Starting the day at 91/2, Himachal were bowled out for 258 to take a lead of 67 runs in the 1st innings. Prashant Chopra scored yet another century as he hit 138 off 198 balls with 18 fours and a six in his innings. Sunil Roul was the best bowler for Odisha with 6/60 from his 22.5 overs. In reply Odisha saw out 13 overs as the openers stayed intact at the end of the day.

ODI trails HP by 38 runs with 10 wickets left

UP vs Uttarakhand – Lucknow

Bad weather spoiled the 2nd day as well as UP ended the day at 107/6 with Sameer Chaudhary on 28 and Saurabh Kumar on 20.

Andhra vs Delhi – Delhi

Andhra began the day with the score at 203/3 before declaring their innings at 459/9. Hanuma Vihari was out for 85, as KS Bharat with 80 and SM Khan with 78 frustrated the Delhi bowlers. Ayush Badoni was out for a 1st ball duck as Hrithik Shokeen and Dhruv Shorey held fort to end the day

DEL trails AND by 440 runs with 9 wickets left

Maharashtra vs Tamil Nadu – Pune

Starting the day at 350/6, Maharashtra were all out for 445 as Azim Kazi fell for 88. Ruturaj Gaikwad top scored with 195 (184B with 24x4 and 8x6). In reply Tamil Nadu had lost Sai Sudarshan early for a duck. Jagadeesan with 77 (98B with 11x4 and 1x6) and 47 by Baba Indrajith bought TN back into the fray. Last game’s centurions versus Mumbai, Pradosh Paul was batting on 77 along with Vijay Shankar on 41

TN trails MAH by 178 runs with 6 wickets left

Rajasthan vs Karnataka – Alur

Karnataka began the day 23 runs behind Rajasthan with 8 wickets in hand. Mayank Agarwal fell for 52, but Karnataka thanks to 75 not out by Manish Pandey rallied and went ahead. Shreyas Gopal was the top scorer with 95 off 165 balls with 13 fours.

KAR leads RAJ by 251 runs with 2 wickers left

Saurashtra vs Hyderabad – Hyderabad

It took just under 2 days for Saurashtra to post an easy win over the home team Hyderabad. Batting first, the home side were all out for 79 thanks to 3 wickets each by Unadkat and D. Jadeja. In reply, Saurashtra took a lead of 248 runs as Harvik Desai (81), Chirag Jani (59) and Sheldon Jackson (59) scored half centuries. Cheteshwar Pujara was out for 25 off 35 balls. Aniket Reddy with 7/95 was the star bowler for Hyderabad. In the 2nd innings, Hyderabad were all out for 191 despite the 58 by TS Goud. The lead wicket taker was D. Jadeja with 4/34 as Unadkat picked 3 more wickets to make it 6 for the game.

Saurashtra win the game by an innings and 57 runs

Advertisement