Mayank Agarwal slams ton, Bhuvneshwar Kumar finishes with 8-fer

by NEW YORK DIGITAL NEWS


Skipper Mayank Agarwal led from the front with 109 off 124 balls as Karnataka gained the upper hand over Gujarat on Day 2 of the Ranji Trophy 2024 Group C match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Saturday, January 13. Agarwal struck 17 fours and a six in his knock as Karnataka went to stumps on Day 2 on 328/5 in response to Gujarat’s first innings score of 264.

At Green Park in Kanpur, veteran Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar continued to shine in his first first-class appearance in six years. Having completed his five-wicket haul for Uttar Pradesh on Day 1 of the Ranji Trophy 2024 Group B match against Bengal, he finished with career-best figures of 8/41. Bengal were bowled out for 188 in response to UP’s 60. By stumps on Day 2, Uttar Pradesh were 46/0 loss in their second innings.

In a Group D clash, Subhranshu Senapati struck an unbeaten 277 off 483 balls as Odisha went to stumps on Day 2 at 493/8 versus Madhya Pradesh in Indore. Senapati has so far hit 19 fours and 11 sixes in his knock and could look to complete a triple hundred on Day 3.


Ranji Trophy 2024: Brief scores from Round 2, Day 2

Here’s a look at brief scores from all of the Ranji Trophy 2024 matches played on Day 2 of Round 2 of the competition.


Elite Group A

Vidarbha (230) beat Manipur (75 & 65) by an innings and 90 runs

Services (424/3) vs Rajasthan

Saurashtra (145 & 148/6) lead Haryana (200) by 93 runs

Maharashtra (149/1) trail Jharkhand (403) by 254 runs


Elite Group B

Assam (14/2) trail Kerala (419) by 405 runs

Chhattisgarh (211/1) lead Bihar (108) by 103 runs

Uttar Pradesh (60 & 46/0) trail Bengal (188) by 82 runs

Andhra (98/3) trail Mumbai (395) by 297 runs


Elite Group C

Karnataka (328/5) lead Gujarat (264) by 64 runs

Railways (343/9) vs Punjab

Chandigarh (73/1) trail Goa (618/7 d) by 545 runs

Tamil Nadu (122/2) vs Tripura


Elite Group D

Baroda (218 & 128/7) lead Puducherry (155) by 191 runs

Uttarakhand (238 & 28/1) trail Himachal Pradesh (271) by 5 runs

Odisha (493/8) vs Madhya Pradesh

Delhi (0/0) vs Jammu and Kashmir – No play on Day 2 due to bad light


Plate Group

Hyderabad (346/7 d) beat Meghalaya (111 & 154) by an innings and 81 runs

Arunachal Pradesh (98) trail Sikkim (544/7 d) by 446 runs

Nagaland (211 & 48/1) trail Mizoram (356) by 97 runs

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Edited by Renin Wilben Albert






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