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Rajasthan had a good outing on the first day of their Ranji Trophy 2016-17 match against Jharkhand, as they reached 26 for no loss after dismissing their opponents for 209. Manender Singh was batting on 10 off 31 balls, having struck 2 boundaries while his opening partner Vineet Saxena was on 16 not out off 41 balls with 2 boundaries. Rajasthan, after stumps on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy 2016-17 Group B match at the Reliance Stadium in Vadodara, were trailing by 183 runs in the first innings. It was Jharkhand who won the toss and elected to bat, handing out First-Class debut to Pratyush Singh. LIVE Cricket Score Ranji Trophy 2016-17, Day 1, Round 3

Rajasthan s lanky pacer Pankaj Singh, who has also played one Test for India so far in his Test career, returned with the figures of 21-5-60-5 to rattle the Jharkhand cricket team. His bowling partner, the right-arm sensational Nathu Singh had 2 for 65 off his 12.5 overs. Kukna Ajay Singh bagged 2 wickets for 32 runs in his 13 overs, of which 5 overs were maiden. Pratyush Singh, playing in his maiden First-Class match was in to bat quite early into the innings after both the Jharkhand openers were dismissed for duck. Pratyush faced 46 balls and struck 7 boundaries to score 33. Ranji Trophy 2016-17 Points Table & team standings

Kaushal Singh was the star of the Jharkhand innings as he struck a solid 114-ball 56, studded with 8 boundaries and 1 six. On the other hand, Ishank Jaggi was unfortunate as he missed out on a half-century, scoring 49 off 137 balls with 7 boundaries.

Brief scores

Jharkhand 209 (Pratyush Singh 33, Ishank Jaggi 49, Kaushal Singh 56; Pankaj Singh 5 for 60, Nathu Singh 2 for 65, Kukna Ajay Singh 2 for 32) lead Rajasthan 26 for no loss (Manender Singh 10*, Vineet Saxena 16*) by 183 runs.