Suyash Prabhudesai (212) scored a double century and Arjun Tendulkar (120) helped Goa declare their first innings at a mammoth 547 for nine.
The Ranji Trophy Group C match between Goa and Rajasthan, which was in the news for Arjun Tendulkar’s century on debut, ended in a dull draw with just one innings over four days here on Friday. Suyash Prabhudesai (212) scored a double century and Arjun Tendulkar (120) helped Goa declare their first innings at a mammoth 547 for nine. In response, Rajasthan scored 456 runs while batting on the third and fourth day.
Goa had raised hopes by dismissing Rajasthan for 245 for six at the end of the third day’s play but despite taking two quick wickets on Friday morning, lower-order batsmen Arafat Khan (80 not out) and Manav Sutar (48) put an end to their hopes. Turned the water Apart from these two, Aniket Chowdhary scored 38 runs. Tendulkar ended Rajasthan’s innings by dismissing Chaudhary. Apart from scoring a century in the match, Tendulkar also took three wickets for 104 runs. Mohit Redkar was the most successful bowler for Goa.
He took five wickets for 113 runs. In another Group C match, Kerala beat Jharkhand by 85 runs to get six points. Kerala declared their second innings at 187 for seven and set a target of 323 for Jharkhand. Jharkhand’s team was bowled out for 237 despite Kumar Kushagra’s 92. For Kerala, Baishakh Chandran took five wickets and Jalaj Saxena took four wickets. Another match played between Karnataka and Army ended in a draw.
Karnataka scored 304 runs in their first innings and declared their second innings at 253 for four. The highlight of his innings was Ravikumar Samarth’s unbeaten 119 runs. Mayank Agarwal also contributed 73 runs. The army team, which scored 261 runs in their first innings, drew the match by scoring 150 runs for three wickets in the second innings. Ravi Chauhan scored 66 not out and Anshul Gupta scored 71 not out from the army side.
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