Jan 5, 2023, 23:07 IST

Indian Cricket: result recap from the 3rd day’s play of the 4th round of Ranji Trophy 2022


 Chandigarh vs Tripura – Agartala

No play possible due to bad weather – Chandigarh are 455/3 from 114.4 overs

Andhra vs Hyderabad – Vizag

Andhra began the 3rd day with a lead of 168 with Ricky Bhui and KS Bharat in the crease. The two batters went onto smash centuries to set Hyderabad a target of 401. Bhui scored 116 (150B with 11x4 and 2x6), while Bharat scored 105 (180B with 11x4 and 1x6). Chasing 401 to win, Hyderabad lost their skipper Tanmay Agarwal for 21 and P. Reddy for a duck.

Hyderabad needs 326 more runs to win with 8 wickets left

Nagaland vs Odisha – Cuttack

Odisha started the day with 111/0 on the board with both their openers looking strong. Opener, A. Sarangi was out for 84 (140B with 14x4), while S. Senpati scored 67 off 78 balls. The hero for Odisha turned out to be Shantanu Mishra the opener who is still holding fort with 134 not out from (323 B with 15x4).

Odisha trails Nagaland by 41 runs with 4 wickets left

Bihar vs Sikkim – Patna

Staring the day at 66/6, Sikkim added 91 runs more to their overnight total to reach 157. LY Lepcha top scored with 51, while VP Singh picked 5/30. In reply Bihar were in trouble with 7 wickets down at stumps. Sakibul Gani was not out on 55 as Sumit Singh picked 5/53 with the ball.

Bihar trails Sikkim by 18 runs with 3 wickets left

Bengal vs Uttarakhand – Dehradun

Uttarakhand were 283 behind with wickets left as stumps were drawn on the day 2. Kunal Chandela played a stellar role to score 136 (304 B with 13x4 and 2x6), while Abhay Negi scored 50 off 163 balls with 3 fours to see Uttarakhand reach 272. Armed with a lead of 115, Bengal lost opener Sayan Mondal first ball, before Eeswaran and Gharami added 48 for the 2nd wicket at the close of play.

Bengal leads Uttarakhand by 163 runs with 9 wickets left

Meghalaya vs Arunachal Pradesh – Anand

Anup Ahlawat scored 153 off 152 balls with 26 fours and 2 sixes as he was given support by CK Singh who scored 62 to help Arunachal reach 331. Meghalaya decided to bat again despite having a lead of 279. In the 2nd innings, Meghalaya scored 132, in 25.3 overs with half centuries by Raj Biswa (53*) and Larry Sangma’s 51. Chasing 412 to win, Abhishek Kumar’s 2 wickets and a run had Arunachal in trouble with 3 wickets down.

Arunachal needs 400 runs to win with 7 wickets left

Mizoram vs Manipur – Ahmedabad

5/55 by B. Konthojuam and 4/17 by LK Singha bowled out Mizoram for mere 137. Sreevats Goswami top scored with 62 off 71 balls with 9 fours as 9 batters fell for single digit scores.

Manipur wins by an innings and 36 runs.

MP vs Vidarbha – Indore

Vidarbha ended the 2nd day with the scored reading 145/7 still trailing the hosts and defending champs MP by 164 runs. Avesh Khan’s 7/38 helped MP bowl out Vidarbha for 160 to take a lead of 149. Wicket keeper Himanshu Mantri scored 125 as Shubham Sharma scored 55 to help MP declare at 257. Set 407 to win, Vidarbha were 13/1 with Sanjay Raghunath falling to Avesh Khan to become his 8th wicket of the game.

Vidarbha needs 394 runs to win with 9 wickets left

Railways vs J and K – Surat

Jammu and Kashmir needed 261 runs with all ten wickets left to avoid an innings loss. The visitors were all out for 193 with Fazil Rashid top scoring with 53 as Akash Pandey picked 4/58 to hand Railways an easy win.

Railways win the game by and innings and 73 runs

Punjab vs Gujarat – Valsad

Punjab began the 3rd day with the score reading 156/6 and added 173 more runs with the loss of 3 wickets. Naman Dhir scored 134 (185B with 17x4 and 3x6). Mayank Markande scored 62 as Punjab declared on 329/9 to give Gujarat a target of 519. Baltej Singh’s 4/38 got his match figures to 11/66 to bowl out Gujarat for 138. Manan Hingrajia was the top scorer with 74 not out off 97 balls with 15 fours.

Punjab wins the game by 380 runs

Jharkhand vs Rajasthan - Jaipur

66/0 was the score when Jharkhand began the 3rd day’s play as the visitors got a lead thanks to 119 by opener Aryaman Sen. Veteran batter Saurabh Tiwary had scored 78, while Kumar Kushagra with 28 and Anukul Roy with 34 were at the crease at stumps.

JHA leads RAJ by 135 runs with 4 wickets left

Kerala vs Goa – T’Puram

Goa got a crucial lead of 46 runs as they were bowled out for 311 thanks to 200 ball 105 by Ishan Gadekar. For Kerala, it was Jalaj Saxena who shone with the ball, with 5/103. In reply, Kerala were 172/6 with Rohan Prem batting on 68 after his first innings ton.

Kerala leads Goa by 126 runs with 4 wickets left

UP vs Haryana – Lucknow

Haryana recovered from 140/5 to post a massive 350 on the board. Ankit Kumar top scored with 174 (286B with 19x4), while Sumit Kumar scored 95 off 193 balls with 12 fours and a six. Ajit Chahal and Aman Kumar then had the UP batters in trouble with 3 wickets down when stumps were drawn,

UP trails Haryana by 330 runs with 7 wickets left

Baroda vs HP – Vadodara

Himachal began the day with the score at 223/1 with Prashant Chopra on 111. The right handed opener was out for 159 (280B with 16x4 and 1x6), while skipper Ankit Kalsi scored 145 (293B with 16x4) as Amit Kumar scored 122 ball 81 to help HP gain a big lead.

HP leads Baroda by 201 runs with 2 wickets left

Assam vs Maharashtra – Pune

Maharashtra began the day at 307/2 with Kedar Jadhav past his century and Siddhesh Veer on 94. It was a long day in the field for Assam as Maharashtra posted a massive 594/9 on the board. Veer scored 106 (308B with 7x4 and 2x6). The star though was Kedar Jadhav with 283 (283B with 21x4 and 12x6). Having a lead of 320, Maharashtra saw the Assam openers see out the day without losing a wicket.

Assam trails MAH by 255 runs with 10 wickets left

Saurashtra vs Delhi – Rajkot

Saurashtra began the day at 503/6 with a lead of 370. Skipper Unadkat scored 70 off 68 balls with 5 fours and 3 sixes and Arpit Vasavada was not out on 152 off 251 balls with 13 fours and a six. Needing 442 to avoid an innings loss, Delhi were all out for 227 as Hrithik Shokeen top scored with 51. Y. Dodiya picked 5/91 with the ball

SAU beat Delhi by an innings and 214 runs

Mumbai vs TN – Mumbai

It was a day to remember for Tamil Nadu as sloppy Mumbai fielding saw them take a lead thanks to two centuries. Baba Indrajith fell for 103 (159 B with 7x4), while Pradosh Paul was not out on 107 (181B with 10x4 and 1x6).

TN leads Mumbai by 43 runs with 6 wickets left

Karnataka vs Chhattisgarh – Bengaluru

Karnataka began the day at 202/1 with Mayank Agarwal scoring a century. Then visitors thanks to 4/93 by Ajay Mandal bowled out Karnataka for 366. Agarwal scored 117 off 228 balls with 9 fours and 5 sixes. First innings batting heroes, Amandeep Khare and Ashutosh Singh were at the crease as played was called on the 3rd day.

KAR leads CHG by 20 runs

Puducherry vs Services – Delhi

Services got a lead of 250 thanks to 83 by L. Bansal and 45* by P., Narang. Puducherry were 6 down at stumps with Arun Karthik batting on 36 with one more day to go

PDC trails SER by 122 with 4 wickets left