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Second consecutive victory for J&K

Press Trust Of India
Dec 10, 2012 at 07:20pm IST

New Delhi: Accurate bowling by Jammu and Kashmir's Parvez Rasool (5/43) and M Gupta(5/26) helped their team to dismiss Kerala for 129 in their second innings and fetch them a 76-runs victory on the penultimate day of their four-day Ranji Trophy Group C match, here on Monday.

Needing 204 for an outright win, Kerala batsmen failed to negotiate Rasool and Gupta, who bowled accurately and did not give a chance to the Kerala batsmen to make a recovery at the Perinthalmanna cricket stadium ground. Kerala were bundled out in their second innings for a paltry score of 129. Openers Abhishek Hegde 22 and V A Jagadeesh 25 were the main scorers.

Earlier, resuming at their overnight score of 68/3 in their second innings, JK could add only 83 more runs before being all out for 151. Obaid Ahmed chipped in with 32 and Ian Dev Singh scored 37, while Kerala's Prashant captured 5 wickets conceding only 16 runs, and Sreejith claimed 3/56.

Ranji Trophy, Group C, Day 3: Second consecutive victory for J&K

Kerala batsmen failed to negotiate Rasool and Gupta, who bowled accurately and did not give a chance to the Kerala .

With this win JK bagged six points.

Brief scores: J&K: 215 and 151 ( I D Singh 37, O Ahmed 32, Prashant 16/5, Sreejith 56/3, R Prem 29/2) Kerala: 163 and 129 (A M Hegde 22, V A Jagadeesh 25, P Rasool 43/5, M Gupta 26/5).

Himachal Pradesh were 158 for four in their Group C Ranji Trophy match against Assam here on Monday. Replying to Assam's 354 all out, Himachal were trailing the hosts by 196 runs with six wickets in hand, when the stumps were drawn at the end of day three at the Nehru Stadium.

Opener Aakash Chopra top-scored for the visitors with 55, while Jamaluddin Syed Mohammad picked up two wickets for the hosts. Himachal were 62 for no loss overnight.

Brief scores:

Assam 1st innings: 354 all out in 117.5 overs (Pallavkumar Das 90; Rishi Dhawan 4/60) Himachal Pradesh 1st innings: 158 for four in 75 overs (Aakash Chopra 55; J Syed Mohammad 2/32).

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