The last day of Round 3 matches in the Ranji Trophy matches saw Delhi beating Haryana by 4 wickets, Mumbai beating Tamil Nadu by 1 wicket, Railways defeating Uttar Pradesh by 282 runs and Jharkhand beating Kerala. The rest of the matches were decided on first innings basis.

In the batting department Yuvraj Singh scored a great 187 for Punjab against Gujarat, AG Pradeep scoring a century for Andhra against Baroda, Robin Bist scoring 220 and Rishi Dhawan scoring 114 for Himachal Pradesh against Hyderabad, R Samarth and Karun Nair scoring centuries for Karnataka against Vidarbha, Unmukt Chand scoring 99 for Delhi against Haryana.

While in the bowling department R Bhatt picked 8 wickets for 151, S Nadeem picking 7 wickets for  64 for Jharkhand against Kerala, Anureet Singh picking 5 wickets for 15 runs for Railways against Uttar Pradesh, R Shah picking 4 wickets for 78 for Tamil Nadu against Mumbai.

Group A

Haryana 195 (Sehwag 37) and 265 all out  V Sehwag 51) v Delhi 237 U Chand 68and 225 for 6(U Chand 99) in Delhi –Delhi win by 4 wickets.

Vidarbha 310 (S Badirnath-92)v Karnataka 350 (Pandey 104)and 331 for 3(Karun Nair 101, Samarth-121) in Bangalore 

Rajasthan 198 and 146 for 5v Bengal 282 in Kolkata 

Assam 92 (Mohanty 5-24) and 137 all out(Pradhan-5/27) v Odisha 88 and 142 for 2 (Podder 77) (Krishna Das 7-21) in Cuttack – Odisha beat Assam by 8 wickets

 

 

Group B

Mumbai 294(S Lad 150)and 236 for 9v Tamil Nadu 434  and 95 (D Karthik 167) in Mumbai beat Tamil Nadu by 1 wicket

Punjab 608(Yuvraj Singh-187, R bhatt-8/151)) v Gujarat 467 (Parthiv 113, Ladda 5-138) in Mohali 

Andhra 474 for 5 declared v Baroda 302 and 60 for 2 in Vizianagaram 

Uttar Pradesh 264 and 58 all out v Railways 375 and 229 for 4 declared in Ghaziabad Railways beat UP by 282 runs

Group C

Tripura 61 and 245 v Goa 257 and 50 for 1 in Porvorim – Goa beat Tripura by 9 wickets.

Jharkhand 202 and 262 v Kerala 148 and 183(Aaron 5-23) in Malappuram Jharkhand beat Kerala by 133 runs

Himachal Pradesh 707 for 8 v Hyderabad 434 and 3 for 0 in Dharmasala

Services 229 and 18 for 1 beat Jammu & Kashmir 85 and 161 by nine wickets in Jammu 

  

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