Naman Ojha celebrates after reaching his century during the third day of the Ranji Trophy encounter between Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai © PTI
Naman Ojha celebrates after reaching his century during the third day of the Ranji Trophy encounter between Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai © PTI

Jan 8, 2015

Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s live blog of the third day’s play in the fifth round of the Ranji Trophy 2014-15 on Wednesday.

Score Updates on Day 3 of Round 5

Assam vs Services at Guwahati

Services 113 & 170 lost to Assam 257 and 27 for 5 by 5 wickets.

Tripura vs Hyderabad at Agartala

Tripura 184 and 351  lead Hyderabad 491 for 9 decl by 44 runs

Bengal vs Tamil Nadu at Eden Gardens, Kolkata

Tamil Nadu 246 and 146 for 3 trail Bengal 454 for 9 decl. by 62 runs.

Odisha vs Vidarbha at Sambalpur

Vidarbha 240 and 107 for 1 lead Odisha 137 for 9 decl. by 210 runs

Karnataka vs Jammu & Kashmir at Hubli

J&K 160 and 130 for 3 trail Karnataka 423 for 9 decl. by 133 runs.

Mumbai vs Madhya Pradesh at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Mumbai 404 and 108 for 2 trail Madhya Pradesh 538 for 7 decl. by 26 runs.

Uttar Pradesh vs Baroda at Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh 223 & 218 for 5 trail Baroda 498 lead by 57 runs.

Saurashtra vs Maharashtra at Rajkot

Saurashtra 273 & 93 for 5 trail Maharashtra 519 lead  by 153 runs.

Haryana vs Delhi at Lahli

Delhi 278 and 134 for 5 lead Haryana 188 by 224 runs.

Himachal vs Kerala at Dharamshala

Kerala 196 & 118 for 5 trail Himachal 517 by 203 runs.

Andhra vs Jharkhand at Vizianagaram

Jharkhand 246 & 104 lost to Andhra 304 and 47 for 1 by 9 wickets.

Rajasthan vs Punjab at Jaipur

Punjab 274 & 187 for 6 lead Rajasthan 433 by 28 runs.


 

In Group A, Robin Uthappa smashed 156 off 202 balls to guide defending champions Karnataka to a commanding score of 423 for nine, at which they declared. Jammu and Kashmir, who were bowled out for 160 in the first innings, reached a score of 130 for three in the second innings.

In the other Group A game, Mumbai conceded a major lead to Madhya Pradesh, after the latter managed to reach a score of 538 for seven at the end of the third day. Naman Ojha and Devendra Bundela scored centuries to guide their side to the major total, in response to Mumbai’s first innings score of 404.