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05.10.2014

On a day both of them were omitted from the BCCI’s list of centrally contracted players, Pragyan Ojha and Robin Uthappa put in sparkling performances for Bengal and Karnataka respectively. Uttar Pradesh were facing a daunting task in their quest of taking the first innings lead and points against hosts Mumbay by stumps on day three of their four-day Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match on Monday. Replying to the 40-time champions’ mammoth first innings total of 610 for 9 declared, UP were at a healthy 155 for one before losing four wickets to be 350 for five at close, still trailing the home team by 260 runs at the Wankhede Stadium. At stumps, leg spinner Piyush Chawla (54 in 55 balls) and wicketkeeper Ekalavya Dwivedi (50 in 88 balls) were leading the fight for the first innings lead. The big break for the hosts was given by their partnership breaker Abhishek Nayar, who accounted for both Asnora and Sarfaraz soon after tea, taken when UP were 241 for 3. Asnora, who batted from yesterday evening, hit 13 fours in his 262-ball knock before getting bowled, while Sarfaraz fell a victim to his impetuosity and was trapped leg before after striking two sixes and four fours.
For Mumbai, Nayar was the chief wicket taker with 2 for 37 in 18 overs, while the other scalps were shared by left-arm spinner Vishal Dhabolkar (1 for 100) and medium pacer Balwinder Sandhu (1 for 54).
The hosts’ leading new ball bowlers, Shardul Thakur and Dhawal Kulkarni, were yet to take a wicket on the slow track. Kolkata: A career-best seven-wicket haul by Pragyan Ojha kept Bengal in line for their first win of the season as they set Vidarbha an imposing 297-run target for a win in their Ranji Trophy Group A cricket match. At close on the penultimate day, Vidarbha were three for no loss from two overs after bad light stopped play. Ojha dismissed Wakhare (6) leg before wicket with just the addition of two runs to his overnight total to give the first breakthrough this morning. Wagh completed his half century from 82 balls in the 65th over and hit Ojha for a six in the spinner’s next over. Gwalior: Spinner Jajaj Saxena added eight more wickets to his first-innings effort for a match haul of a staggering 16 scalps, as Madhya Pradesh registered a convincing nine-wicket victory over Railways in a Ranji Trophy match. Mysuru: India discard Robin Uthappa cracked a century for the second match running to help Karnataka gain a 168-run lead after they declared their first innings at 400 for nine against Odisha on the third day of their Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match.
Trailing by 168 runs, Odisha were zero for one in their second innings when the umpires called off the day’s play due to bad light. Nataraj Behera and first innings centurion Govinda Poddar were batting on zero as opener Rajesh Dhuper (0) lost his wicket to Vinay Kumar in the very first over of their second innings. Karnataka, who registered their first outright win against Rajasthan in their previous match, would go for the second outright victory this season when they take the field on fourth and final day of the match tomorrow.


Uthappa smashed a sparkling 148 runs off 257 balls with 11 boundaries and two sixes, and Karun Nair scored a useful 73 runs off 164 balls with six boundaries and a six.
Resuming at 255 for three, Karnataka soon lost Nair after he added 21 runs to his overnight score of 52.
Rohtak: Young paceman Arup Das bettered his career-best figures with a six-wicket haul to take Assam close to an emphatic victory over Haryana in their Ranji Trophy Group A match.
Assam, who had conceded a first innings lead of 48 runs, wrapped up Haryana’s second innings at a mere 111 to set themselves a 160-run target.
It was Krishan who started the rot by dismissing overnight opener Nitin Saini (18) and Sachin Rana (6).
Arup then accounted for Himanshu Rana (27), Rahul Dalal (0) and Priyank Tehlan (15) to break the back of Harayana. Assam were in a spot of bother, losing three wickets for just 35 runs but Amit Verma (24 batting) and KB Arun Karthik (48) added 76 runs for the fourth wicket to wrest back the initiative. Valsad: Baroda seemed hapless against a supreme Gujarat showing as the visitors were staring down the barrel at 81 for four while following on in their Group B Ranji Trophy cricket encounter on Day 3. Replying to Gujarat’s mammoth first innings score of 505, Baroda were bundled for 252 with Irfan Pathan, who also bagged a six-wicket haul, top-scoring with 58. Jamshedpur: Skipper Mithun Manhas struck a fighting 98 and Parvez Rasool (55) also hit a half-century but that was no enough for Jammu and Kashmir to stop Jharkhand from taking a huge 242-run lead in their Ranji Trophy Group C match.
Chasing hosts’ mammoth first inings score of 551 for 8 declared, the visitors were all out for 309 after beginning at 17 for one this morning. Jharkhand imposed a follow on and the visitors were in trouble, having lost two batsmen with only nine runs on the board.
J&K will now have to bat out the whole day tomorrow to save the match as they trail by 233 runs. Jharkhand’s left-arm paceman Jaskaran Singh removed Waseem Raza (0) and Adil Reshi (0) in space of three balls to pile on the misery of the rivals. Rajkot: Kamlesh Makvana and Jaydev Unadkat put on 65 runs for the ninth wicket as Saurashtra took a first-innings lead against Goa on the third and penultimate day of their Ranji Trophy cricket match. Overnight batsmen Makvana (39) and Unadkat (31 not out) frustrated Goa bowlers as Saurashtra were all out for 258 to take a 19-run first innings lead. Left with no choice but to go for a result, Goa batsmen did well in their second innings as they ended the day at 242 for 4 for an overall lead of 223.


Chennai, Nov 9 (PTI) The third and penultimate day’s play in the Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match Tamil Nadu and Andhra was called off due to heavy rain.
Meanwhile, incessant rain in Chennai means there was no play possible between TN and Andhra for the second day running. But Vidarbha soon ran out of steam after Swapnil Bandiwar (4) became Ojha’s seventh victim after he was bowled.
Having gone through a difficult time after his action was reported last season, Ojha had to undergo remedial work and joined Bengal ahead of 2015-16. Madhya Pradesh rode on Rajat Patidat’s 113 to eke out a narrow 20-run first-innings lead. The duo stitched a 169-run partnership for the fourth wicket, which took the match away from the hands of Odisha. The visitors were 122 for four at the end of third day’s play, just 38 runs away from an outright win. In no time, Haryana’s second innings was over as they badly missed skipper Virender Sehwag badly as he is playing in US, and Assam gave themselves a good chance to record an outright win. Coming in at No.8, Axar hit a fantastic 81 and has also bagged five wickets in the game so far. Goa’s batting effort in the second innings was led by Swapnil Asnodkar, who hit 11 fours in his 104.
Jalaj then, once again, spun a web around the Railways batsmen to fashion a comfortable win for the hosts and give them full points.
As Singh and Pradhan picked up wickets at regular intervals, lower-order batsmen including Chidamabarm Gautam (20), Stuart Binny (4) and Shreyas Gopal (13) failed to capitalise on Uthappa-Nair partnership. Made to follow-on, Baroda once again faltered in the final session with four of their top batsmen in the pavilion and the visitors still trailing by 172 runs to avoid an innings defeat. When the stumps were drawn on the first day, Tamil Nadu were not able able to open their account in the one over that was bowled. Gopal and Jagadeesha Suchith did not last long and fell to Pradhan and Singh rather quickly which prompted Vinay to declare the innings.



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