Ranji Award: Delhi is in control of Maharashtra; Mumbai Takes a Big Advantage Over AP; Assam Bowling is dominated by Saurashtra

Azim Kazi hit a patient hundred and was wonderfully supplemented by Ashay Palkar with an unbeaten 94.

Which set Maharashtra in a triumphant situation from a close to irredeemable circumstance against Delhi.

On the second day of their Ranji Prize gathering B match here on Wednesday.

After Delhi was bowled out for 191 on the first day, Maharashtra were 305 for 7 with a 114-run lead at stumps.

Maharashtra may win the match thanks to the 211-run partnership of Kazi (119 runs off 260 balls)

And Palkar (94 runs off 240 balls) for the eighth wicket, as Delhi’s pacer Mayank Yadav has been injured.

Maharashtra started the day at 80 for 5, but pacers Simarjeet Singh (3/58 in 31 overs)

And Mayank (2/46 in 17.2 overs) quickly reduced them to 94 for 7 in the first hour.

Left-handed Kazi and Palkar, who plan to bat for a few more hours on the third day,

However, were unable to stop the Delhi bowlers for nearly 78 overs (77.5).

Due to the absence of a specialist bowler.

Delhi skipper Yash Dhull was also hampered by Mayank’s injury

A hamstring pull, after the first hour.

But Kazi and Palkar, Deserve more praise than they deserve.

Off-spinners Nitish Rana (0/48 in 14 overs) and Lalit Yadav (0/22 in 11.4 overs) were also unable to make any decisive inroads.

And left-arm spinner Vikas Mishra (0/75 in 23 overs) was insufficiently potent.

Dhull’s plan to tackle Kazi with two off-break bowlers failed.

In addition to 12 fours from Kazi and 11 from Palkar, both players made a few sixes.

Although Ishant Sharma didn’t cost much (1/46 in 20 overs), he didn’t look particularly threatening during his final spells.

Brief Pune Scores:

Delhi 191. Maharashtra 305/7 (Azim Kazi 119 batting, Ashay Palkar 94 batting, Simarjeet Singh 3/58, Mayank Yadav 2/58).

In Hyderabad:

Hyderabad has 395 players (Tanmay Agarwal has 135, Mickil Jaiswal has 137, Ravi Teja has 72, L Vignesh has 4/91, and Sandeep Warrier has 5/83).

TN 203/0 (Sai Sudharshan batting with 87 runs and Natayn Jagadeesan with 116 runs).

Here in Vizianagaram:

AP 238. Arman Jaffer scored 116, Yashashvi Jaiswal scored 45, Ajinkya Rahane scored 44, and KV saiskanth scored 3/50 in Mumbai.

Guwahati, India:

Assam 286 (Rahul Haarika 90, Riyan Parag 72, Chetan Sakariya 5/40). Harvik Desai’s 108 and Jay Gohil’s 177 batting made Saurashtra 313/3.

Yash Dhull is a name that has made teenage parents drag their children out of their blankets and push them to clear hurdles on a path that leads to glory.

Image Credit: The Hindustan Times

His journey from World Cup-winning U19 captain to leading Delhi Ranji team was traced by his coaches.

The young Delhiian, who is from Raghu Nagar in Delhi,

India’s capital, has done some amazing things in 2022 that every aspiring cricketer wants to do.

In February, he led India to victory in the ICC U19 World Cup as captain, which marked the beginning of the year.

After that, he made an incredible debut for Delhi in the 2022 Ranji Trophy, scoring two centuries against Tamil Nadu, making his debut in the tournament.

In the IPL mega auction, he was sold to the Delhi Capitals.

And he played for North Zone in the Duleep Trophy.

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