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Tripura continued to trail Jammu and Kashmir by 122 runs at stumps, on Day 2 of Round 7 of the ongoing Ranji Trophy 2016-17, at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai on Tuesday. J&K were bowled out for 315 in the opening innings, with Pranav Gupta scoring 55, Ian Dev Singh Chauhan scoring 59, and Samiullah Beigh scoring 54, while Manisankar Murasingh claimed four wickets, and Rana Dutta claimed three wickets. Tripura, meanwhile, are 193 for the loss of six wickets, with Bishal Ghosh unbeaten on 86, while Parvez Rasool has claimed a couple of wickets so far. Tripura have made a fair progress, ever since winning their first-ever Ranji match against Services in October. FULL Cricket Score Ranji Trophy 2016-17, Day 2, Round 7

Young opener Bishal Ghosh kept Tripura in the hunt for the crucial first innings lead against Jammu and Kashmir with a unbeaten half-century on day two of their four-day Ranji Trophy Group C game on Tuesday. The 20-year-old batted for more than two sessions and faced 195 balls for his unbeaten 86, laced with 12 fours, to help Tripura finish the day at 193 for 6, still 122 runs behind their rivals’ first innings total of 315 at the BKC ground. Ghosh is 14 short of his third first-class hundred while the others came a cropper against the J&K bowling. Captain and off-spinner Parvez Rasool led the charge with 2 for 29, reported PTI. Ranji Trophy 2016-17 Points Table & team standings

Tripura, who did well in dismissing the last four J&K batsmen for an addition of 45 runs this morning, plunged into trouble once the opening wicket stand of 51 between Ghosh and Udiyan Bose (33 off 55 balls) was broken by medium-pacer Ram Dayal. They lost wickets steadily, with only Ghosh holding fort at one end, added PTI.

Brief scores:

Jammu & Kashmir 315 (Aditya Partap 74, Ian Dev Singh 59, Pranav Gupta 55, S Beigh 54; MB Murasingh 4 for 75, R Datta 3 for 74) lead Tripura 193 for 6 (Bishal Ghosh 86*, Udiyan Bose 33; Parvez Rasool 2 for 29) by 122 runs.