Meanwhile, in the plate division, Manipur took a 19-run lead despite being dismissed for 85.
DDCA Workers Union Protest in Delhi
According to The Hindu, a flashstrike by the DDCA Workers Union forced curator Sunil Chauhan to take outside assistance to prepare the ground for the tie against Madhya Pradesh. The Union demanded the reinstatement of a member who was suspended by Justice (Retired) Vikramjit Sen's administration.
The play could only start at 11 am, and it was the home team which seized the advantage, thanks to Vikas Mishra's 6/41 which reduced Madhya Pradesh to 132/9 at Stumps.
40-year-old Debutant for Manipur
It was a great debut outing for Manipur's 40-year-old Iboma Singh as his side dismissed Arunachal Pradesh for 66. This was after Manipur were dismissed for 85 in the first innings. The latter were a bit more solid in the second innings, ending the day at 192/3.
Bista-Lad Shine for Mumbai
Opener Jay Bista slammed 127 off 150 balls to help Mumbai take early advantage but Saurashtra fought back with quick wickets. However, captain Siddhesh Lad and Shivam Dube put on an unbeaten 102-run stand to take Mumbai to 334/5 at stumps.
Bowlers Day Out
Overall, it was the fast bowlers who enjoyed a fruitful day, Bengal were struggling at 31/3 before Manoj Tiwari scored 90. Bengal ended the day at 190/6.
Haryana were 41/7, before captain Harshal Patel's unbeaten 53 helped them finish at 118. Aniket Choudhary was the star for Rajasthan, registering figures of 5/45.
Assam 175 vs Goa 66/3
Manipur 85 & 192/3 vs Arunachal Pradesh 66
Jharkhand 193 vs Services 48/2
Bihar 150 vs Nagaland 101/4
Chhattisgarh 23/3 vs Maharashtra 239
Andhra vs Bengal 194/6
Karnataka 208/9 vs Railways
Mumbai 334/5 vs Saurashtra
Vidarbha vs Gujarat 263/6
Delhi vs Madhya Pradesh 132/9
Himachal 25/1 vs Tamil Nadu 227
Hyderabad 240/7 vs Punjab
J & K 127 vs Odisha 91/1
Team Rajasthan 171/2 vs Haryana 118
Uttar Pradesh 257/4 vs Tripura
First Published: December 22, 2018, 5:52 PM IST