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Mohali, Chandigarh and Ludhiana get three points each

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Chandigarh , 25 Aug 2015

Mohali garnered three points for their first innings lead against Amritsar in the Punjab Inter-District Cricket Tournament for Katoch Shield at Sector 16 Stadium here while Amritsar logged one point.Resuming at overnight 246 for 3 Mohali were bowled out for 332 in 95.2 overs. Mayank Sidana (31), Kunal Mahajan (23), Maninder Sidhu (34) were the main run getters while Ashwani Kumar (6 for 80) and Sharad Lumba (3 for 53) shared the spoils for Amritsar. Amritsar scored 230 for 3 when stumps were drawn. Amritsar’s innings had a rousing start with opener Rohan Marwaha (50) and Shivluv (71) adding 125 runs for the opening stand. Skipper Sharad Lumba chipped with unbeaten half century (53). Varun Khanna (2 for 68) was the most successful bowler for Mohali.

Brief scores: Mohali (Ist innings): 258 all out in 60.3 overs (Uday Kaul 117, Mayank Sidana 30, Gurkirat Singh 30, Jaskaran Singh 52, Abhinav Sharma 3 for 46 Vinay Chaudhary 2 for 79 Charanjit Singh 2 for 36).

Amritsar (Ist innings): 208 all out in 65.2 overs (Navneet Singh 24, Sharad Lumba 56, Mohit Handa 52, Vinay Chaudhary 39 not out, Maninder Sidhu 3 for 47, Barinder Saran 2 for 62, Jaskaran Singh 2 for 31 and Varun Khanna 2 for 40).

Mohali (2nd innings): 246 for 3 in 63 overs (Manul Jain 38, Shubman Gill 109, Uday Kaul 62, Mayank Sidana 31, Kunal Mahajan 23, Maninder Sidhu 34, Sharad Lumba 3 for 53, Ashwani Kumar 6 for 83).

Amritsar (2nd innings): 230 for 3 in 55 overs (Rohan Marwaha (50) and Shivluv (71) Sharad Lumba 53 not out, Mohit Handa 30 not out, Varun Khanna 2 for 68).

In the second match played at Jalandhar, Chandigarh secured three points for their massive 313 runs lead while Jalandhar got one point. Resuming at overnight Jalandhar 67 for 1 were bowled out for 256 in 97.1 overs. Jalandhar’s innings was bolstered by a hard hitting century 107 off 182 balls by opener Pargat Singh who hit 10 boundaries and 3 huge sixes.Other notable contributions came from Mandeep Singh (34), Abhishek Gupta (22) and unbeaten (44) by Rahul Sharma. For Chandigarh Gurinder Singh (5 for 100) and Arpit (4 for 63) were the pick of the bowlers.Brief scores: Chandigarh (Ist innings): 579 for 7 in 168.5 overs (Manan Vohra 164, Shivam Bhambri 93, Gurkirat Walia 78, Gaurav Puri 64, Jaskaran Singh Sohi 61 and Arpit Singh unbeaten 52, Raghu Sharma 3 for 168 and Tejinder Singh 2 for 85).Jalandhar (1st innings): 256 all out in 97.1 overs (Pargat Singh 107, Mandeep Singh 34, Abhishek Gupta 22 and unbeaten 44, Gurinder Singh 5 for 100 and Arpit 4 for 63).

In the third match played at DMW Ground Patiala, it was a titanic struggle for supremacy between Patiala and Ludhiana in a low scoring game. Ludhiana batting first and having scored 136 all out came back strongly to dismiss Patiala for 124 in 56.3 overs with Deepak Bansal (3 for 27) and Krishan Kumar (4 for 24) doing most of the damage.Taking a slender 12-run first innings lead Ludhiana in their second essay were bowled out for 129 in 65.1 overs. Anil Sihag (66) was the only batsman to withstand the fury of left arm spinners Rajwinder Gollu and Karan Kaila who scalped 8 for 44 and 2 for 43. respectively. Patiala who were given a daunting task of chasing 141 in 17 overs went after the Ludhiana attack in right earnest but failed to reach the target by 6 runs. They ended up at 135 for 7 in 17 overs. Ravi Inder Singh (45) and Anmol Malhotra (unbeaten 2)3 leading the Patiala charge while Navendu 3 for 14 and Krishan Kumar (2 for 56) did most of the damage for Ludhiana. Ludhiana walked away with three points for their first innings lead while Patiala got one.

Brief scores: Ludhiana (1st innings): 136 all out in 59.2 overs (Vaibhav Narang 23, Rajwinder Singh 4 for 42 , Beant Singh 2 for 14 and Karan Kaila 3 for 10).

Patiala (Ist innings): 124 all out in 56.3 overs (Himanshu Chawla 40 and Kunwar Raina unbeaten 35, Deepak Bansal 2 for 23 and Rahul Singla 2 for 21).

Ludhiana (2nd innings): 129 all out in 65.1 overs (Anil Sihag 66, Rajwinder Gollu 8 for 44 and Karan Kaila 2 for 43).

Patiala (2nd innings): 135 for 7 in 17 overs (Ravi Inder Singh 45 and Anmol Malhotra unbeaten 23, Navendu 3 for 14 and Krishan Kumar 2 for 56).

 

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