Railways continue to expose the gap in standards

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Choosing to bat first, Mizoram had no clue against the Railways bowlers. There were also six run outs in the innings as not a single batter touched double-digit score. Railways conceded eight extras, which was the highest score of the innings.

Mizoram were dismissed for 17 in 16.5 overs, and then the Railways openers chased down the target in 1.2 overs. Similarly, Karnataka bowled out Uttarakhand for 33 to register a seven-wicket win. Vidarbha thrashed Jammu and Kashmir by 103 runs and Odisha got the better of Pondicherry without much fuss.

The closest game of the 11th day of the Under-23 competition was between Bengal and Chhattisgarh. Chasing 76, Bengal were 49 for 6 before Prativa and Kashish Agarwal guided them to safe shores with an unbroken 27-run stand.

Meanwhile, N Anusha’s captain’s knock of 56 not out helped Andhra chase down 108 against Tamil Nadu with six wickets and 1.2 overs in hand.

Hyderabad tried hard in their chase of 129 against Jharkhand, but managed only 94 for 8.


Super League

Group A: Baroda, Jharkhand, Mumbai, Gujarat, Railways,

Group B: Punjab, Maharashtra, Delhi, Bengal, Vidarbha



Group B

Jharkhand beat Hyderabad by 34 runs


Group D

Karnataka beat Uttarakhand by seven wickets

Andhra beat Tamil Nadu by six wickets

Bengal beat Chhattisgarh by four wickets


Group E

Odisha beat Pondicherry by 52 runs

Railways beat Mizoram by ten wickets

Vidarbha beat Jammu and Kashmir by 103 runs

Madhya Pradesh beat Saurashtra by six wickets