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Ashutosh’s unbeaten century rescues Chhattisgarh from poor start against Karnataka

Ashutosh’s unbeaten century rescues Chhattisgarh from poor start against Karnataka

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Ashutosh has hit 18 fours and a six in his 273-ball unbeaten innings. Sent into bat by Karnataka captain Mayank Agarwal, Chhattisgarh lost two wickets for one run in the third over. Vidwat Kaverappa (3/54) dismissed AG Tiwary while V Kaushik (1/31) dismissed the other opener Avneesh Singh.

Ashutosh Singh (118) scored an unbeaten century and Amandeep Khare (93) shared a 210-run fourth-wicket partnership to help Chhattisgarh score 267 for five on the first day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match against Karnataka here on Tuesday. . Ashutosh has hit 18 fours and a six in his 273-ball unbeaten innings. Sent into bat by Karnataka captain Mayank Agarwal, Chhattisgarh lost two wickets for one run in the third over. Vidwat Kaverappa (3/54) dismissed AG Tiwary while V Kaushik (1/31) dismissed the other opener Avneesh Singh.

Both the batsmen failed to open the account. After this, captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia (34) gave good support to Ashutosh. He, however, failed to convert his start into a big innings and was caught by wicketkeeper BR Sharath off V Vaishak. After this, Ashutosh and Khare faced the Karnataka bowlers strongly and added 210 runs in a 391-ball partnership to bring the team back into the match. During this, Khare missed completing his century by seven runs.

He hit 13 fours in his 191-ball innings. After dismissing Khare, Kaverappa got Karnataka back in the match by showing Sumit Ruikar the way to the pavilion without opening the account. Rohan Prem’s unbeaten 112 (238 balls, 14 fours, one six) helped Kerala to 247 for five against Goa on the first day in Thiruvananthapuram. In the other group match in Jaipur, Rajasthan were 101 for four at the end of the day’s play after bowling out Jharkhand for 92 in 47 overs. For Rajasthan, pacers Aniket Chowdhary and Tanveer-ul-Haq picked up four wickets each to help wrap up Jharkhand’s innings cheaply.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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