Shreyas Iyer top-scored for Mumbai with a knock of 153 from 175 balls © PTI
Shreyas Iyer top-scored for Mumbai with a knock of 153 from 175 balls © PTI

Dec 29, 2014

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

Scores at Stumps on Day 2:

Group A:

Bengal vs Mumbai at Eden Gardens, Kolkata:

Mumbai 414, Bengal 130/6

Madhya Pradesh vs Baroda at Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior:

Baroda 358, Madhya Pradesh 103/3

Tamil Nadu vs Railways at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai:

Tamil Nadu 144/4.

Uttar Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir at Green Park, Kanpur:

Uttar Pradesh 267/5

Group B:

Delhi vs Gujarat at Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi:

Delhi 425/6 decl. Gujarat 34/1

Haryana vs Odisha at CH Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium, Lahli, Rohtak:

Haryana 127, Odisha 232/9

Rajasthan vs Vidarbha at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur:

Vidarbha 296, Rajasthan 188

Saurashtra vs Punjab at Saurashtra Cricket Association, Rajkot:

Punjab 659/7 decl. Saurashtra 27/0

Group C:

Hyderabad vs Services, at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad:

Services 306, Hyderabad 210/3.

Jharkhand vs Kerala at Jawahar Lal Stadium, Dhanbad:

Jharkhand 337, Kerala 179/5.

Assam vs Himachal Pradesh at Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati:

Himachal Pradesh 549/4 decl., Assam 18/0

Tripura vs Goa at Maharaja Bir Bikram College Stadium, Agartala:

Goa 251, Tripura 139 for 5.

Tweets of the day:






Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s coverage of Day Two of the fourth round of the Ranji Trophy 2014-15. At stumps on Day One, Odisha did well to finish at 39 for no loss having seen off the final 18 overs in the day. They need 88 runs to take the first-innings lead. Openers Tanmay Srivastava and Akash Verma struck half centuries, as Uttar Pradesh made the most of the 29 overs of play possible by scoring 113 for no loss against Jammu and Kashmir. Saurabh Wakaskar (94) and Deepak Hooda (82) smashed twin half-centuries to help Baroda reach 291 for six against Madhya Pradesh.

Seamer Rana Dutta grabbed a career-best six for 57 as Tripura reduced Goa to 234 for eight, having already taken a five-for in Tripura’s previous game against Jharkhand. Mandeep Singh struck a terrific ton, while Yuvraj Singh was nearing his third successive century this year as Punjab reached 327 for three against Saurashtra. For Delhi, it was Unmukt Chand who made full use of playing against Gujarat, remaining unbeaten 97 as Delhi made 178 for one.

Tamil Nadu opener Abhinav Mukund scored a half-century as the former champions reached 144 for four on a weather-hit opening day against Railways. For Mumbai, the young Shreyas Iyer smashed his maiden First-Class century, scoring 153 to propel Mumbai to 306 for four.