Quarterfinals Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka
An innings win over Haryana sent Bengal to the final eight as Seaman’s Akashdeep took ten wickets and won by a bonus point. Akash Deep was the star, but the win was set by Anusthup Majumdar’s 145 and handy contributions in the lower bats when Bengal posted 419 after being sent Harshal Patel and Ajit Chahal to Haryana shared his seven doors.
Sumit Kumar didn’t knock out his 70 and added 63 for the final wicket against Aman Kumar, but when Haryana was dismissed for 163, Deep’s 61-for-5 gave Bengal a 256-run win. gave a lead. Bengal asked host Haryana to follow suit, but in another hitting collapse, Haryana went all out undefeated from 129 to 206. Deep played again 5-51 and Mukesh Kumar took 3.
Captain Mayank Agarwal’s 208 was enough in his first innings against Kerala at Thumba to give Karnataka a lead of 143 he scored three points and ended the round as the group’s leader. bottom.
Karnataka declared 484 against 9 against Kerala’s 342 powered by Sachin Baby’s 141.
Kerala struggled for 51 overs in the second innings and by the end of the game he was 96-4.
Agarwal aside, V Koushik was Karnataka’s star going 6 for 54 in the first Keralining. Meanwhile, defending champions Madhya Pradesh, despite an innings loss to Punjab, had already scored 32 points before Round 6 to reach the quarter-finals.
Nehal Wathera scored 214, Anmolpreet Singh scored 124 and Punjab he scored 443 with Mohali.
At the ball, Sidarth helped Kaur’s four wickets throw MP for 244, while Harsh Gauri, Yash Darby and Shubhm Sharma reached a half-century but failed to capitalize.
Punjab asked the MP to go ahead and bowled for 77. On this occasion it was Arshdeep Singh who scored 4 for 30 as Punjab improved their chances of finishing in the last 8. Sarwates 11 – for Gujarat soil
Left-arm spinner Aditya Salwate snapped 64-5 and he went 17-6 when Vidarba Gujarat passed out at his VCA stadium in Nagpur. Gujarat were bowled out for 54 and failed to pursue 74 in the final innings. It surpassed Bihar’s record of 78 against Delhi in Jamshedpur in 1948-49 and was India’s record for the lowest successfully defended first-class goals.
Vidarbha’s win came despite him falling behind on 182 in the first innings as he folded to 74 on day one. Sanjay Raghunath scored his 33 of them, with Chintan Gaja and Tejas Patel conceding five wickets each. After opening the bowling, Salwate hit the ball early in Gujarat’s first innings before Arya Desai and Bhaghab Melai added 117 for the second wicket. Arya had a top score of 88 as Gujarat lost 5 wickets for 41 runs in a bottom collapse to finish on 256.
At this point, the match had barely progressed into his second day, and the action was dense and fast. In his second innings for Vidarba, Raghunath, Atharba his Taide, Akshay He Wadkar and Yashra Sod got off to a decent start before Jitesh Sharma fought back with 69 off just 53 balls.
Siddharth his Desai capped his 74-6 to limit Vidarbha to 254 and Gujarat’s goals to 73. Only Desai reached double figures as Vidarbha scored six vital points.
Andhra stuns heavyweight Saurashtra
Laris Mohan, a left-arm spinner, scored 11 wickets in the match. This includes his 58-for-6 best in his second innings of his career. Andorra beat Saurashtra by his 150-run margin at Rajkot in one of his results of the season.
In the first inning, Andorra’s batsmen made useful contributions through the eighth, leading off Ashwin Heber’s 109 and Ricky Bui’s 80. She made 415 and Andorra came forward with 178 before Mohan went to work 71-5.
Karan Shinde reached an unbeaten 50 by a wide margin despite Abhishek Reddy and captain Hanuma Bihari setting the pace in the second inning. Bihari declared 164 and set Saurashtra for 343, but Mohan scored another six to cement the result despite Cheteshwar his Pujara scoring his 91. Bihar, Manipur qualify for plate finals
After a commanding semi-final win over Meghalaya, Bihar scored an impressive 302-run victory to qualify for the plate group final. His 177 for wicket-keeper batsman Bipin Saurab helped make them 428 in the first innings before Meghalaya was dismissed for his 134. However, despite a lead of 294 in the first inning, Bihar batted again.
But Meghalaya fought back, bundling Bihar with just 164 to keep her side afloat. Left-arm spinner Rajesh Bishnoi gave Meghalaya hope with his 30-6, but 459 goals were just out of their reach. In Surat, Manipur was not easy against Sikkim. Sikkim lost by just two wickets while chasing a target of 337 runs in the fourth innings. For Sikkim, the man of the match, Sumit his Singh’s all-round efforts (his 56-for-168 with the bat and his 6-for-60 with the ball in the second inning) came to naught as Manipur scored a memorable win. I was.
Sikkim led in the first innings by 63 points, thanks to Nilesh Lamichaney’s 83 and Vijay Prasad’s 4-for-18, before Sumit scored a total of 273 to 168 runs in the second innings than his balls. He hit 168. Manipur’s Pheiroijam Jotin took 4-for-33 and 5-for-62 in the game. In the chase, Ahmed Shah’s aggressive 43 knots he was out, followed by Bashir Rahman on 75, Bikashu Singh on 64 and captain Langronyamba He Meytan Keishan Bam on 52 to help Manipur home.