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Delhi concede small first innings lead

Delhi concede small first innings lead
In reply to Maharashtra’s first innings score of 330, Delhi were all-out for 307 after starting the day at a relatively comfortable 240 for four. Maharashtra have reached 187 for five in their second innings with an overall lead of 210 runs and would be looking to play out the day to bag three points.

Skipper Gambhir, who started the day on 93, could add only one run to his individual score as seamer Chirag Khurana dismissed him caught by Dominic Joseph in the second over of the third day.

Gambhir’s 94 off 222 balls had seven fours and a six and he added 92 runs with another veteran Rajat Bhatia (65).

BriefScores: Maharashtra 1st Innings 330 & 187/5 (Harshad Khadiwale 63, Sumit Narwal 2/43); Delhi 307 (G Gambhir 94, Rajat Bhatia 65, Anupam Sanklecha 4/62).

At Mysore
Baroda v Karnataka Baroda 335 and 204 for 8 in 67 overs (Deepak Hooda 67, Arvind
Sreenath 3 for 27, Ronit More 2 for 50) Karnataka (1st innings) 302 all out in 100.5 overs (Lokesh Rahul 89, Manish Pandey 34, Karun Nair 38, Swapnil Singh 4 for 74); At Balangir Odisha vs Rajasthan, Rajasthan 1st innings 305 all out, Odisha 144 for nine; 2nd innings (following on) 199 all out (Anurag Sarangi 56, Tanveer-Ul-Haq 4/29, Pankaj Singh 3/50) Rajasthan 2nd innings 42 for no loss.

Rajasthan won by 10 wickets; At Chennai Mumbai vs Tamil Nadu, Mumbai 141 all out, Tamil Nadu 1st innings 417 all out, Mumbai 2nd innings 232 all out (Suryakumar Yadav 65, Aushik Srinivas 3/27, Murali Vijay 2/33, Rahil Shah 2/48) Tamil Nadu won by an innings and 44 runs; At Rajkot Saurashtra vs Haryana, Saurashtra 1st innings 238 all out, Haryana 1st innings 226 Saurashtra 2nd innings 213 all out, Haryana 2nd innings 163 all out ( Jayant Yadav 35; DA Jadeja 6/63) Saurashtra won by 62 runs; At Surat Vidarbha vs Gujarat, Vidarbha 1st innings 236 all out, Gujarat 1st innings 248 all out, Vidarbha 2nd innings 307 for eight (Shalabh Shrivastava 101, Faiz Fazal 75; Ramesh Powar 5/99); At Dharamsala Himachal Pradesh vs Andhra Pradesh, Andhra 1st innings 301 for six (Murumulla Sriram 105; Rishi Dhawan 2/98).
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