It was the second day of 5th Round matches. The match between Punjab and Andhra Pradesh finished with Punjab winning the match by 8 wickets. The highlight of the match was Gurkeet Singh Mann picking 5 wickets. All the other matches are heading towards a tight finish.

In the batting department, the key performers of the day were Ankush Bains and Prashant Chopra scoring 114 and 101 respectively for Himachal Pradesh against Tripura, Bhatia scoring 99 for Rajasthan against Karnataka.

While in the bowling department Praveen Kumar and Saruabh picked 5 wickets each for Uttar Pradesh against Gujarat, Khalid picking 5 wickets for 74 for Services against Saurashtra,  Crist picking 4 wickets for 42 for Tamil Nadu against Railways, Mukesh picking 4 wickets for 49 for Bengal against Haryana, Axar Patel picking 4 for 54 for Gujarat against Uttar Pradesh. 

                                  

 

 

Here we look the results:

Group A  

Haryana 186 for 6 (R Sharma 52*, Chahal 33*, Sehwag 28, Mukesh 4-49) trail Bengal 329 (Chandila 65, Shaw 54, Ojha 51) by 143 runs in Lahli 

Delhi 245 for 7 (Milind 59, Pradhan 4-83) v Odisha-Bhuvneshwar

Rajasthan 219 for 7 (Bhatia 99) trail Karnataka 281 (Agarwal 66, Samarth 65, Choudhary 5-77) by 63 runs iJaipur 

Maharashtra 144 for 6 (Gugale 42*, Thakur 2-22, Wagh 2-31) trail Vidarbha 332 (Fazal 110*, Shrivastava 63, Sanklecha 3-60, Mundhe 3-60) by 188 runs in Nagpur.

Group B

Baroda 188 for 4 (Waghmode 64*, Hooda 51) trail Madhya Pradesh 269 (Patidar 60, Harpreet 51, Swapnil 4-61) by 81 runs  Vadodara

UP 273 and 163 for 7 (Umang 66, Axar 4-54) lead Gujarat 100 (Praveen 5-16, Saurabh 5-37) by 336 runs in Valsad

Punjab 147 (Jiwanjot 59, Prashanth 4-14) and 67 for 2 beat Andhra 80 (Gurkeerat 4-14) and 133 (Gurkeerat 5-38) by eight wickets in Patiala

Railways 129 for 7 (Cheluvaraj 63*, Crist 4-42, Kousik 3-7) trail Tamil Nadu 328 (Indrajith 151, Anureet 5-104) by 199 runs in Delhi

Group C

Himachal Pradesh 259 for 3 (Bains 114, Chopra 101, Dutta 3-26) trail Tripura 285 (Bose 95) by 26 runs in Dharamsala.

Hyderabad 113 for 2 trails J & K 460 by 347 runs in Hyderabad

Goa 141 for 2 (Asnodkar 67*) v Jharkhand in Jamshedpur

Services 254 and 0 for 0 trail Saurashtra 264 (Barot 66, Jani 47, Jadeja 6, Pathania 4-72, Khalid 5-74) by 10 runs in Delhi

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