Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Round 1, Day 3 – Round-Up

Ranji Trophy 2019-20: Round 1, Day 3 – Round-Up

Prithvi Shaw scored a 179-ball 202 and Suryakumar Yadav smacked a 70-ball 102 as Mumbai wreaked havoc on Baroda.

Prithvi Shaw
Prithvi Shaw. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Prithvi Shaw announced his comeback to the longest format with a scintillating double century in Mumbai’s group stage encounter against Baroda. The third day of the Ranji Trophy’s first round this edition saw a lot of games getting a result, with some having a great scope of finishing early on Day 4.

Delhi’s dismal performance in the first round continued as they got bowled out for a paltry 142 runs in reply to Kerala’s 525. Jalaj Saxena spun a web across their batsmen and picked up 6 wickets, conceding 63 runs. The follow-on was imposed on Delhi and they finished Day 3 at 110/0, trailing by 241 runs. Anuj Rawat took the attack to the bowlers and remained unbeaten on a brilliant 74.

Ganesh Satish continued his brilliance from day 2 and completed a double century in Vidarbha’s game against Andhra. The defending champions scored 441 runs in reply to Andhra’s 211, thus gaining a tremendous first-innings advantage. Andhra finished day 3 at 100/2 and are looking to save themselves from sinking.

Prithvi Shaw and Suryakumar demolish Baroda

Quite simply the story of the day, Prithvi Shaw spanked a 179-ball 202, which included 19 fours and 7 sixes. Skipper Suryakumar Yadav too chipped in with a 70-ball 102, which helped Mumbai score 409 runs in just 66.2 overs in their second innings. They posted a 534-run target for Baroda and Krunal Pandya’s side finished at 74/3, staring at an inevitable defeat heading into the final day.

Jammu and Kashmir registered a huge win against Uttarakhand, courtesy a brilliant bowling performance in both innings from Ram Dayal. Uttarakhand needed 453 runs to win the game heading into the final day and got bowled out for just 149 runs. Ram Dayal picked up 5 wickets in the second innings, in addition to the four he picked up in the first innings. He was named man of the match for his amazing spell.

Maharashtra stumbled quite horribly on the third day, which means they now need a momentous effort or some blessings from the rain gods to squeeze a point out. In reply to Haryana’s 401, they first got bowled out for 247 runs with Harshal Patel picking up 4 wickets. Maharashtra were made to bat again by Haryana and lost 5 wickets in the 15 overs which remained on Day 3.

Here are the scores after the third day from all the fixtures happening across the country.

Brief Scores

Elite Group A & B

Andhra vs Vidarbha

Andhra: 211 all out in 74 overs (Hanuma Vihari 83; Aditya Sarwate 4/50)

Vidarbha: 441 all out in 147.3 overs (Ganesh Satish 237, Mohit Kale 82; C Stephen 5/110)

Andhra: 100/2 in 37 overs (CR Gnaneshwar 42)

Andhra trail by 130 runs

Mumbai vs Baroda

Mumbai: 431 all out in 106.4 overs (Shams Mulani 89, Ajinkya Rahane 79, Prithvi Shaw 66)

Baroda: 307 al out in 70.1 overs (Kedar Devdhar 160*; Shams Mulani 6/99)

Mumbai: 409/4 in 66.2 overs (Prithvi Shaw 202, Suryakumar Yadav 102*)

Baroda: 74/3 in 16.4 overs (Viraj Bhosale 41)

Baroda need 460 runs to win

Railways vs Uttar Pradesh

Railways 1st innings: 253 all out in 85.3 overs (Dinesh Mor 91; Yash Dayal 5/48)

Uttar Pradesh 1st innings: 175 all out in 53.1 overs (Almas Shaukat 91; Amit Mishra 4/51)

Railways 2nd innings: 270/5 in 76.5 overs (Dinesh Mor 102; Shivam Mavi 4/19, Yash Dayal 4/73)

Uttar Pradesh 2nd innings: 23/0 in 4.4 overs

Uttar Pradesh need 326 runs to win

Tamil Nadu vs Karnataka

Karnataka first innings: 336 all out in 110.4 overs (Devdutt Padikkal 78, Pavan Deshpande 65; R Ashwin 4/79)

Tamil Nadu first innings: 307 all out in 109.3 overs (Dinesh Karthik 113; Krishnappa Gowtham 6/110)

Karnataka: 18/2 in 8 overs

Karnataka lead by 93 runs

Himachal Pradesh vs Saurashtra

HP first innings: 120 all out in 42.3 overs (Prerak Mankad 3/13)

Saurashtra first innings: 141 all out in 36.3 overs (D Jadeja 47; Vaibhav Arora 6/48)

HP second innings: 182 all out in 38.3 overs (Ankush Bains 74; Jaydev Unadkat 6/51)

Saurashtra second innings: 165/5 in 45.5 overs (Harvik Desai 46, Prerak Mankad 47*)

Saurashtra won by 5 wickets

Hyderabad vs Gujarat

Hyderabad 1st innings: 233 all out in 88 overs (Kolla Sumanth 69; Piyush Chawla 3/61)

Gujarat first innings: 313 all out in 88 overs (Manprit Juneja 94, Rujul Bhatt 65; Mehdi Hasan 4/78)

Hyderabad second innings: 239/6 in 83 overs (Tanmay Agarwal 96, B Sandeep 41; Roosh Kalaria 2/38)

Hyderabad lead by 159 runs

Kerala vs Delhi

Kerala first innings: 525/9 declared in 165 overs (Sachin Baby 155, Robin Uthappa 102, Ponnam Rahul 97)

Delhi first innings: 142 all out in 62.4 overs (Jalaj Saxena 6/63)

Delhi second innings (F/O): 110/0 in 26 overs (Anuj Rawat 74*)

Delhi trail by 241 runs

Rajasthan vs Punjab

Rajasthan first innings: 257 all out in 79.4 overs (Ashok Menaria 60, Mahipal Lomror 60; Siddarth Kaul 4/69)

Punjab first innings: 258 all out in 98.5 overs (Mandeep Singh 122, Anmol Malhotra 76; SK Sharma 4/82)

Rajasthan second innings: 157/8 in 70 overs (Sanvir Singh 3/28)

Rajasthan lead by 56 runs

Elite Group C

Chhattisgarh vs Odisha

Chhattisgarh first innings: 134 all out in 52.2 overs (Ajay Jadav 47; Rajesh Mohanty 6/47)

Odisha first innings: 215 all out in 76.4 overs (Sujit Lenka 56; Puneet Datey 4/58)

Chhattisgarh second innings: 78 all out in 36.4 overs

Odisha won by an innings and 3 runs

Haryana vs Maharashtra

Haryana first innings: 401 all out in 124.2 overs (Shubman Rohilla 142, Shivam Chauhan 117)

Maharashtra first innings: 247 all out  in 96 overs (Naushad Shaikh 60; Harshal Patel 4/70)

Maharashtra: 42/5 in 15 overs (Naushad Shaikh 27; Harshal Patel 2/12)

Maharashtra trail by 93 runs

Uttarakhand vs Jammu & Kashmir

JK first innings: 182 all out in 49.2 overs (Shubman Khajuria 47; Rahil Shah 3/18)

Uttarakhand first innings: 84 all out in 31 overs (Mohammad Mudhasir 5/13, Ram Dayal 4/28)

JK second innings: 304 all out in 65.4 overs (Fazil Rashid 73; Rahil Shah 5/74)

Uttarakhand second innings: 149 all out in 46 overs (Dikshanshu Negi 55; Ram Dayal 5/58)

Jammu & Kashmir won by 253 runs

Assam vs Services

Services 1st innings: 124 all out in 52.1 overs (Vikas Hathwala 34; Arun Das 4/39)

Assam 1st innings: 162 all out in 64.2 overs (Riyan Parag 66; Diwesh Pathania 5/58)

Services 2nd innings: 279 all out in 94.1 overs (Rajat Paliwal 89, Vikas Hathwala 51; Arup Das 6/44)

Assam 2nd innings: 74/5 in 31 overs (Sachidanand Pandey 2/12)

Assam need 168 runs to win

Tripura vs Jharkhand

Tripura first innings: 289 all out in 81.2 overs (Milind Kumar 59, Harmeet Singh 56)

Jharkhand first innings: 136 all out in 43 overs (Virat Singh 47; Rana Dutt 4/42)

Jharkhand second innings (F/O): 91/2 in 20 overs

Jharkhand trail by 62 runs

Plate

Nagaland vs Meghalaya

Meghalaya first innings: 285 all out in 96.5 overs (Puneet Bisht 95, Sanjay Yadav 61; Imliwati Lemtur 7/34)

Nagaland first innings: 136 all out in 44.1 overs (Sanjay Yadav 9/52)

Meghalaya second innings: 142 all out in 48.1 overs (Imliwati Lemtur 6/54)

Nagaland second innings: 181 all out in 62 overs (Aosahi Longchar 44; Sanjay Yadav 4/60)

Meghalaya won by 110 runs

Manipur vs Mizoram

Mizoram first innings: 65 all out in 16 overs (Taruwar Kohli 34; Rex Singh 8/22)

Manipur first innings: 289 all out in 80.1 overs (Rex Singh 65, Chingangbam Singh 89)

Mizoram second innings: 290 all out in 75.1 overs (KB Pawan 124)

Manipur second innings: 69/4 in 17.5 overs

Manipur won by 6 wickets

Chandigarh vs Arunachal Pradesh

AP first innings:: 147 all out in 44.2 overs (Techi Neri 45; Shresth Nirmohi 5/26)

Chandigarh first innings: 503/2 in 76 overs (Arslan Khan 233*, Manan Vohra 124*, Shivam Bhambri 105)

AP second innings: 183 all out in 54.3 overs (Rahul Dalal 81; Gurinder Singh 6/50)

Chandigarh won by an innings and 173 runs

Goa vs Sikkim

Sikkim first innings: 136 all out in 58.2 overs (Lee Yong 56; Lakshay Garg 3/23)

Goa first innings: 436/6 declared in 105.4 overs (Snehal Kauthankar 134, Amit Vema 113)

Sikkim second innings: 331/8 in 98 overs (Iqbal Abdullah 99*, Yashpal Singh 84; Felix Alemao 3/63)

Sikkim lead by 31 runs

Bihar vs Puducherry

Bihar first innings: 173 all out in 68.3 overs (Sagar Udeshi 6/50)

Puducherry first innings: 300 all out in 79.3 overs (Paras Dogra 70)

Bihar second innings: 196 all out in 71.4 overs (Vikas Ranjan 85; Vinay Kumar 4/57)

Puducherry second innings: 70/0 in 11.2 overs (Paras Dogra 42*)

Puducherry won by 10 wickets