Today it was the start of the 8th round of Ranji Trophy matches around the country. Many important matches are taking place which will decide the fate of quarterfinals matches. In a match between Bengal and Odisha two innings have been already completed, while six other teams have been all out. Today a total of 95 wickets have fallen across 10 matches while in the rest two matches a total of 3 wickets fell.
The main contribution with the bat were, Robin Uthappa scoring 148 and Mayank Aggarwal scoring 108 for Karnataka against Delhi respectively, SP Gautam 122 for Jharkhand against Himachal Pradesh, Desai scoring 106 for Goa against Jammu and Kashmir.
The main contributors with the ball were, Gani picking 6 for 34 in the first innings of Odisha, Dhiraj Singh picking 5 for 58 for Odisha against Bengal, Dharmendra Jadeja picking 5 for 44 for Saurashtra against Kerala, Kishore picking 5 for 76 for Andhra Pradesh against Railways, Pankaj Singh taking 4/10 for Rajasthan against Haryana.
Brief Scores of all the matches:
Bengal 142 and 23 for 0 (Easwaran 88, Dhiraj Singh 5/58) lead Odisha 107/10 by 58 runs (Gani 6/34) at Stumps, Kalyani
Rajasthan 75 for 1 trail Haryana 112(Pankaj Singh 4/10, Bhatia 3/41) by 37 runs Stumps At Lahli
Karnataka 358 for 3 (Uthappa 148, Mayank Aggarwal 118) vs Delhi in Hubli.
Maharashtra vs Assam no play because of overnight rain Stumps At Pune
Tamil Nadu vs Gujarat no play was possible on day one because of rain Stumps in Tirinuveli
Mumbai 74 for 6 ( Saxena 3/32, Ankit Sharma 3/39) trail MP 240/10 (Bhatia 59, Jaiswal 4/63) by 166 runs, at Stumps Indore
Punjab 248 for 8 (Siddana 85, Khera 73, Rajpoot 3/45) v UP at Stumps Kanpur
Andhra 62 for 4 trail Railways 182 (Kishore 5/76) by 120 at Stumps in Delhi
Jharkhand 306 for 4(Gautam 122, Tiwary 79) vs Himachal Pradesh At Stumps Ranchi
Saurashtra 55 for 6 trail Kerala 166(D Jadeja 5/44) by 111 runs Stumps At Malapurram
Hyderabad 263 for 2(Vihari 67*)vs Tripura in Hyderabad
Goa 263 for 1(Desai 106, Asnodkar 74*, Kamat 57*) vs Jammu and Kashmir in Jammu