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Ranji Trophy, Group C: Jammu and Kashmir bundled out for 85; HP-Kerala share honours

Jammu and Kashmir on Friday suffered a batting collapse to be bundled out for just 85 runs in 29.5 overs against Maharashtra.

Press Trust of India |December 6, 2013, 7:02 PM IST
Ranji Trophy, Group C: Jammu and Kashmir bundled out for 85; HP-Kerala share honours

Pune: After a stellar show in their last two matches, Jammu and Kashmir on Friday suffered a batting collapse to be bundled out for just 85 runs in 29.5 overs against Maharashtra in their Group C Ranji Trophy match on Friday.

The best score in their innings was made by number nine batsman Ram Dayal, who managed 18 runs off 31 balls.

Skipper Parveez Rasool (12) and openers - Adil Rishi (12), Obaid Haroon (11) - were the only batsmen who got a double-digit score after being invited to bat by the hosts.

Maharashtra pacers Samad Fallah (4 for 32) and Shrikant Mundhe (3 for 21) shared seven wickets between them as they broke the back of the visitors' batting line up.

J&K came into the match after consecutive wins over Andhra Pradesh and Kerala.

In reply, Maharashtara were a solid 185 for 2 at the end of play on day one at MCA Stadium.

Harshad Khadiwale was unbeaten on 79 but they lost Sangram Atitkar (62) and Vijay Zol (23).

Brief Scores: Jammu and Kashmir 1st innings: 85 all out in 29. 5 overs (R Dayal 18; S Fallah 4/32)

HP-Kerala share honours

At Tellicherry, Vishal Bhatia celebrated his birthday with a five-wicket haul to help Himachal Pradesh bowl out Kerala for 214 before the visitors struggled to 164 for 5 in their Group C Ranji Trophy match.

The left-arm spinner, who turned 32, gave himself a perfect birthday gift after Kerala opted to bat at the Conor Vayal Stadium.

Bhati picked up five 63 while lower-order batsman Vinoop Manoharan top scored for Kerala with a 71 off 105 balls.

Opener VA Jagadeesh made 56 off 114 balls with the help of 5 fours and 2 sixes. Manoharan found the fence 12 times during his crucial knock that he produced after coming in at number 8.

Bipul Sharma struck 53 for Himachal while P Prasanth grabbed 3 for 48 for the hosts.

Abhinav Bali contributed 41 for the visitors.

Brief scores: Kerala 1st innings: 214 all out in 56.1 overs (Manoharan 71, Jagadeesh 56; Vishal Bhatia 5/63); Himachal Pradesh 1st innings: 164/5 in 33 overs (Bipul Sharma 53; P Prasanth 3/48)

Hyderabad bowlers toil hard as Tripura score 285/2 on Day 1

At Hyderabad, Manishankar Murasingh and Yogesh Takawale added 188 runs for the unbroken third wicket as Tripura cruised to 285 for 2 on first day against Hyderabad in a Ranji Trophy group C encounter.

At stumps, Murasingh was batting on 140 made in 207 balls with the help of 13 fours and four sixes while former Maharashtra glovesman Yogesh Takawale is undefeated on 65 off 153 balls with six boundaries.

Tripura openers Samrat Singh (26) and former Karnataka opener KB Pawan (44) added 48 runs for the first wicket while Pawan and Murasingh added 49 runs for the second wicket.

After that there were no breakthroughs for the home team bowlers as Murasingh and Takawale played without any hiccups.

For Hyderabad, Majeti Ravi Kiran cleaned up Singha while Pawan tried to cut offie Amol Shinde and was caught behind by glovesman Habeeb Ahmed.

Brief Scores: Tripura 285/2 9MB Murasingh 140 batting, Yogesh Takawale 65 batting, KB Pawan 44) vs Hyderabad

Jamaluddin scores 90 as Assam reach 236/8

At Guwahati, Jamaluddin Syed Mohammad struck an unbeaten 90 as Assam reached 236 for 8 in their Group C Ranji Trophy match against Goa.

The 30-year-old batsman made his runs off 171 balls and hit 14 fours. Gokul Sharma made 46 off 157 balls after Goa opted to bowl at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium.

For Goa, Harshad Gadekar was the most successful bowler, picking up four wickets.

Brief scores: Assam 1st innings: 236/8 in 90 overs (Jamaluddin 90 not out; Gadekar 4/28)

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