The final round of Vijay Hazare Trophy was played on Wednesday as the quarter finalists and pre-quarter finalists were known. Here are the results of the games played.
Maharashtra vs Puducherry (MAH win the game by 105 runs)
Batting first, Maharashtra scored a massive 379 on the board thanks to a captain’s knock by Ankit Bawne. The right hander scored 183 runs from 143 with 28 fours and 4 sixes. Azim Kazi with 88 and Rahul Tripathi with 61 were the top scorers.
Chasing 380 to win, Puducherry reach 274/7 from their 50 overs, thanks to 107 off 103 balls by Ankit Sharma with 9 fours and 3 sixes. Paras Dogra scored 62 off 77 balls with 4 fours and 3 sixes.
Assam vs Delhi (Assam win the game by 25 runs)
Batting first, Assam reached 250 on the board thanks to fifties by 2 of their top 3 batters. Opener Rahul Hazarika scored 61 off 74 balls with 9 fours and a six, while number 3 batter Rishav Das scored 93 off 92 balls with 11 fours and 2 sixes. Nitish Rana was the lead wicket taker for Delhi with 3/33.
Delhi were rocked early to be placed at 32/2 with opener Shorey and Bhiduri walking back. Yash Dhull with 29 and Nitish Rana’s 34 began the fightback as Himmat Singh top scored with 84. Singh scored his runs off 104 balls with 4 fours and 3 sixes. For Assam, it was M. Hussain, S. Lachit, R. Ahmed and Riyan Parag who picked 2 wickets apiece.
Vidarbha vs Jharkhand (VID win by 9 runs)
In a rather close contest, Vidarbha ran out winners after holding their nerves against Jharkhand. Faiz Fazal began the proceedings with 133 ball 120 with 11 fours and 4 sixes. S. Raghunath scored 44, while G. Satish stayed not out on 55 off 52 balls and Wankhede took the long handle to score 26 ball 49.
Chasing 298 for a win, Jharkhand were in doldrums at 42/4 that’s when Saurabh Tiwari took charge. The veteran left hander scored 138 not out off 131 balls with 12 fours and 3 sixes, while Kumar Kushagra scored 55 off 70 balls and Anukul Roy stayed not out on 39 off 38 balls. Umesh Yadav and Karnewar picked 2 wickets each.
Mumbai vs Railways (MUM win the game by 5 wickets)
In a must win game for Mumbai, the batters finally showed their form to help Mumbai reach the Pre-QF stages. Batting first, Railways scored 337 on the board thanks to 109 by Pratham Singh. The knock came from 108 balls with 8 fours and 6 sixes, while Mohammad Saif scored 92.
Mumbai began their chase by losing Jaiswal for 4, while Armaan Jaffer scored quick 27 ball 30. Prithvi Shaw showed his class with 47 ball 51 with 8 fours. The star of the day was Sarfaraz Khan who scored 117 off 94 balls with 10 fours and 5 sixes. Skipper Ajinkya Rahane scored 88 off 82 balls with 9 fours and 3 sixes, while Mulani was not out 46 off 31 balls with 5 fours and a six.
Meghalaya vs Sikkim (MEG win the game by 59 runs)
49 by M. Slyvester and 45 by Larry Sangma helped Meghalaya reach a competitive 226 run score from the 50 overs. Sumit Singh picked 5/69 from his 10 overs to rattle the opposition.
Chasing 227 to win, Sikkim was all out for 167 with Anwesh Sharma top scoring with 47 and Sumit Singh scoring 37. Sylvester was the pick of the bowlers with 3/37.
Services vs Mizoram (SER win the game by 121 runs)
Ajay Rohilla missed yet another century by a whisker as good batting saw Services score 318. The opening batter Rohilla scored 99 off 90 balls with 10 fours as he was supported well by scores of 60 by Ravi Chauhan and late order flourish by Arjun Sharma who scored 35 balls 53.
Mizoram finished at 197/8 with Taruwar Kohli top scoring with 89 from 107 balls with 8 fours. Diwesh Pathania, Nitin Yadav, Rahul Singh and Arjun Sharma picked 2 wickets each with the ball.
Karnataka vs Rajasthan (KAR win the game by 60 runs)
It was a bowling day out for the two teams at Kolkata as Karnataka were bowled out for 208. Nikin Jose top scored with 67 off 87 balls with 10 fours, while Shreyas Gopal scored yet another half century. Gopal scored 57 off 72 with 6 fours. Aniket Chaudhary and Sahil Dhiwan picked 3 wickets each.
Chasing 209 to win, Rajasthan were bowled for mere 148 as Ronit More amd Gowtham picked 3 wickets and Kaverappa and Koushik picked 2 wickets each. For Rajasthan, Yash Kothari top scored with 49 off 81 balls while KS Rathore scored 35.
Chhattisgarh vs Andhra (CHG win the game by 8 wickets)
4/23 by Sumit Ruikar and 3/30 by Shubham Agarwal bowled out Andhra for 144. Nitish Reddy top scored with 50 off 54 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes.
Chhattisgarh got the score in the 27th over with Harpreet Singh Bhatia top scoring 65 not out off 54 balls with 7 fours and 2 sixes.
J and K vs Uttarakhand (J and K win the game by 9 wickets)
Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai saw, J and K show their might with a 9 wicket win chasing 252 for a win.
Uttarakhand scored 251 thanks to 97 by P. Khandhuri which came off 125 balls with 9 fours and a six. Swapnil Singh 62 and D. Negi with 51 were the other top scorers.
Openers Vivrant Sharma and Shubham Khajuria added 154 for the 1st wicket as Khajuria scored 71 off 90 balls with 11 fours and a six. Sharma was not out on 154 which came off 124 balls with 18 fours and 6 sixes.
Tripura vs Manipur (TRI win the game by 240 runs)
Bikramkumar Das top scored with 123 while there fifties for Sudip Chatterjee and D. Khatri who scored 53 and 58 respectively to help Tripura reach 346. Bikash Singh picked 4 wickets for Manipur.
Chasing 347 to win, Manipur were bowled out for 106 thanks to 5/22 by Murasingh while C. Paul picked 3 wickets.
Punjab vs Nagaland (PUN win the game by 6 wickets)
Nagaland were bowled out for 145 thanks to 3 wicket hauls by Abhishek Sharma and Mayank Markande. Chetan Bisht was the top scorer with 47 off 89 balls.
Punjab got home in the 30th over with Anmolpreet Singh top scoring with 65 and Anmol Malhotra scoring 35.
Hyderabad vs Chandigarh (HYD win the game by 110 runs)
Batting first, Hyderabad scored 306 on the board thanks to twin half centuries by their openers. Tanmay Agarwal scored 52 and Rohit Rayudu scored 68. Wicket keeper Bhavesh Seth scored 71 off 60 balls while Rahul Buddhi scored 40 ball 57*.
3 wickets each by Aniket Reddy and Shashank bowled out Chandigarh for 196. Gurinder Singh with 59 and Akshit Rana with 44 were the top scorers.
MP vs Baroda (MP win the game by 290 runs)
It was a lop sided contest at Nerul at the DY Patil stadium as MP scored 349 on the board. The top 3 of Yash Dubey (58), Himshanu Mantri (60) and Shubham Sharma (88) did the damage before Rajat Patidar scored 38 balls 52.
Avesh Khan then decimated the Baroda bowling to dismiss them for a mere 59 all out with none of the batter reaching double figures. The extras column was the top score with 10. Khan picked 6/37 from his 8 overs, while Kuldeep Sen picked 2/7.
Gujarat vs HP (GUJ win the game by 8 wickets)
Batting first, HP scored 265 on the board thanks to 92 each by Akash Vashist and Mayank Dagar. With the ball it was Chintan Gaja who did the damage with 5/42.
Gujarat got home in the 48th over with all their top four batters scoring runs. Priyank Panchal scored 78, while Kathan Patel scored 80. Number 3 batter Priyesh Patel scored 68, while wicket keeper Het Patel scored 40 not out.
Saurashtra vs UP (UP win the game by 2 wickets)
It was a close game at Delhi, as the match saw pendulum swing one way to another. Batting first, Saurashtra scored 218/9 as Samarth Vyas top scored with 42.
UP werew struggling at 64/5 at one stage but 147 run stand between Akshdeep Nath and Saurabh Kumar bought them into the game. Nath was not out on 89 off 109 balls with 8 fours and a six, while Kumar scored 63 off 65 with 6 fours and a six.
GOA vs Haryana (Match tied after VJD method)
Goa Batted first and scored 261 on the board thanks to 104 from 115 balls with 9 fours and 3 sixes by S. Kauthankar. When the rain came down Haryana were placed at 154/5 from the 23 overs and the match ended in a tie.
No result games –
Arunachal vs Bihar
Kerala vs Tamil Nadu
Line up for Pre- Quarter final games
Date – November 26th
J and K vs Kerala – Ahmedabad
UP vs Mumbai – Ahmedabad
Karnataka vs Jharkhand – Ahmedabad(The winners of these 3 games will play Punjab, Maharashtra and Assam in the QF, while Saurashtra vs Tamil Nadu are already slated to play each other in the QF stage)