Karnataka batsman Chidhambaram Gautam scored an 81-ball 63 to guide his side to 237 for 7 at stumps against Bengal at Kolkata on Day 1 © PTI
Karnataka batsman Chidhambaram Gautam scored an 81-ball 63 to guide his side to 237 for 7 at stumps against Bengal at Kolkata on Day 1 © PTI

Dec 15, 2014

(The second round of Ranji Trophy 2014-15 commenced on Sunday. Catch the live updates of Day 2 of all matches here)


Vidarbha vs Punjab: Vidarbha finished the day 149 for six in reply to Punjab’s 195.


Maharashtra vs Haryana: Maharashtra were all out for 105 in reply to Haryana’s 136.


Tamil Nadu vs Jammu and Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir have been bowled out for 132 in reply to TN’s 254. Tamil Nadu are all over their opponents with their strong reply of 199 for one at stumps.


Madhya Pradesh vs Uttar Pradesh: The tourists, UP are tottering at 149 for six at the end of Day two in reply to MP’s 296.


Bengal vs Karnataka: Karnataka have been bowled out for 408 with Shreyas Gopal scoring a fine 145. Bengal finished the day on 62 for one.


Rajasthan vs Saurashtra: Rajasthan are in a commanding position at stumps with the score of 264 for two.


Railways vs Mumbai: No play on Day Two. Railways are still 25 for two.


Assam vs Jharkhand: Assam were bowled out for 191. Jharkand ended the day at 196 for four.


Odisha vs Gujarat: Odisha were bowled out by Gujarat for 225: Rush Kalaria took six for 59. Gujarat started their innings and they have lost Samit Gohel for 14. Gujarat at 255 for four at stumps.


Services vs Tripura:  Batting first, Tripura finished Day Two on 267 for five.


Andhra vs Kerala: Batting first Andhra were all out for 141. In reply Kerala made 229 in their first innings.


Hyderabad vs Goa: Batting Hyderabad were 567 for seven at the end of Day Two.


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Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s live coverage of the second day’s play in the second round matches of the Ranji Trophy 2014-15.

In Group A, Mumbai managed to restrict Railways to a score of 25 for two, before play was called off. The match in itself had a delayed start. Chidambaram Gautam struck a fighting 63 to guide Karnataka to 237 for the loss of seven wickets in their match against Bengal in Kolkata. Jammu and Kashmir continued to surprise everyone as they managed to dismiss Tamil Nadu out for 254. They were later reeling at a score of 28 for three at the end of the day’s play. Madhya Pradesh were 195 for seven at the end of Day One against Uttar Pradesh.

In Group B, Haryana posted 41 for two against Maharashtra at Rohtak, with Avi Barot batting on 20. Gujarat bowler Rush Kalaria took five wickets for 54 runs to restrict Odisha to 219 for eight. The Rajasthan-Saurashtra game at Jaipur was called off after the former barely began their innings, scoring only five runs without the loss of a wicket before heading back to the pavilion. Punjab faced a tough time against Vidarba in the fourth encounter of the group, with Rakesh Dhurv taking four wickets for 56 runs to dismiss Punjab for 195. Vidarba scored three runs before the end of the day’s play.

In Group C, Kerala posted a score of 206 for seven against Andhra at Vizianagaram. Hyderabad were perched comfortably at a commanding score of 290 for the loss of a sole wicket against Goa, with Tanmay Agarwal and Hanuman Vihari unbeaten on scores of 114 and 163 respectively. Assam were reeling at a score of 133 for six against Jharkhand at Guwahati. The first day of the encounter between Tripura and Services was entirely called off.