Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu
Can Ruturaj Gaikwad lead Maharashtra past the 400-run mark on Day 2?
Assam v Mumbai
Shayan tells from Guwahati: The running between the wickets has been quite impressive. Ajinkya Rahane and Prithvi Shaw have been able to convert the singles into twos and keep the scoreboard ticking. “Run run, do le, do…” Rahane tells Shaw whenever they plan to take a double.
Jharkhand 103 v Chhattisgarh 96/8 (43.5)
Chhattisgarh is on the verge of taking the lead, but Jharkhand has a slender chance of holding onto a faint lead or earning a tie in the first-innings.
250 up for Prithvi Shaw
Mumbai crosses 400
Ajinkya Rahane starts off with a boundary on Day 2 to lead Mumbai past 400.
Bengal v Baroda, Day 2
Bengal’s Mukesh Kumar operates with the second new ball on Day 2. Baroda starts the day at 222/7.
Mukesh Kumar opens the bowling for Bengal against Baroda on Day 2.
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Assam v Mumbai, Day 2
Natarajan on the comeback trail
T Natarajan is aiming for a full-fledged return to the national side with a strong return in IPL 2023.
Prithvi Shaw’s special blitz
Our correspondent Shayan Acharya caught up with Prithvi Shaw after his unbeaten 240 on Day 1. Shaw divulges his routines and methods that has helped rack up his career-best FC score and first ton of the Ranji season.
Prithvi Shaw’s turnaround mantra : Taking diary notes, revisiting old batting videos, cutting out the noise
Pen, Paper and Podcast with Vijay Lokapally
Newly elected national selector S. Sharath has had a long career playing for Tamil Nadu. In this episode, he breaks down his journey and tells the listeners about the perils of breaking into the state team and later into a star-studded zonal team in an era when domestic cricket thrived. He started playing zonal cricket at the same time as Rahul Dravid and made his mark there, to know more tune in.
Round 5 Day 1 highlights
The Ranji Trophy Round 5 matches got underway on Tuesday with crucial contests across all five groups. From Prithvi Shaw’s swashbuckling double-century to Hyderabad’s huge collapse against Saurashtra, here is a Day 1 wrap from some of the key games that are being covered by our correspondents from the respective venues.
Ranji Trophy 2022-23 Round 5, Day 1 scores
Bengal v Baroda 222/7 (81)
Haryana v Nagaland 83/5 (37)
Himachal Pradesh 91/2 (31) v Odisha 191 all out (50) – trails by 100 runs
Uttar Pradesh 29/3 (21) v Uttarakhand
Maharashtra 350/6 (83) v Tamil Nadu – Ruturaj Gaikwad 118*
Hyderabad 79 all out (30.5) v Saurashtra 250/5 (54) – leads by 171 runs
Delhi v Andhra Pradesh 203/3 (74)
Assam v Mumbai 397/2 (90) – Prithvi Shaw 240*
Jharkhand 103 (32.1) v Chhattisgarh 95/8 (43) – trails by 8 runs
Goa 223 all out (84) v Puducherry 17/0 (4) – trails by 206 runs
Kerala 254/6 (90) v Services – Sachin Baby 133*
Karnataka 106/2 (30) v Rajasthan 129 all out (45.3) – trails by 23 runs
Railways 126/1 (38) v Tripura 96 all out (49.3) – leads by 30 runs
Madhya Pradesh 232/3 (90) v Gujarat – Himanshu Mantri 115*
Chandigarh v Vidarbha 6/0 (3)
Punjab v Jammu & Kashmir 146/6 (33)
Sikkim 94/3 (26) v Arunachal Pradesh 213 all out (56.3) – trails by 119 runs
Meghalaya 157 all out (53.1) v Manipur 81/4 (25) – trails by 76 runs
Bihar 296/4 (90) v Mizoram – Babul Kumar 128*
Elite Group A: Bengal v Baroda Day 1
– Amitabha Das Sharma
Elite Group B: Assam v Mumbai Day 1
Ranji Trophy: Shaw’s unbeaten double hundred gives Mumbai upper hand against Assam on day one
– Shayan Acharya
Elite Group B: Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu Day 1
– S. Dipak Ragav
Elite Group B: Hyderabad v Saurashtra Day 1
– V. V. Subrahmanyam
Elite Group B: Delhi v Andhra Pradesh Day 1
– Rakesh Rao
Elite Group C: Kerala v Services Day 1
– M. R. Praveen Chandran
POINTS TABLE AHEAD OF GROUP 5
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