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Choudhary helps Rajasthan bundle outAssam for 108

Press Trust of India  |  Jaipur 

bowlers, led by left-arm medium pacer Aniket Choudhary, skittled out for 108 on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group C game here Thursday.

At stumps, skipper remained unbeaten on 77 in the company of Robin (48 not out) as the hosts overhauled the visitors total and were ahead by 45 runs.

ended the opening day at 153 for 2.

Put into bat, the innings folded up at 108 in just 28.1 overs with Chaudhary (5-38) leading the destruction.

Among his victims were openers Rishav Das (3) and Parvez Aziz (0).

Chaudhary was ably supported by another pacer Nathu Singh (3-33).

For Assam, number 9 (36 not out) and number 10 Ranjit Mali (28) played handy knocks to ensure the side passed the 100-run mark after Assam tottered at 47 for 8.

Das hit four boundaries and two sixes in his 20-ball breezy knock.

In reply, Rajasthan lost openers Amitkumar Gautam (12) and Chetan (10) cheaply, but the innings was resurrected by Lormor and

Meanwhile, at Jammu, bowled out and Kashmir for 290 as slow left-arm orthodox bowler Saurabh Kumar picked up 6 wickets.

But J and K hit back to leave UP reeling at 31 for 3 in reply by close.

At Agartala, hit a hundred as ended the day at 258 for 7 against

At Ranchi, Odisha bowled out for 172, but pacer Aaron led a fight back by picking up two wickets as Odisha were left in a difficult spot at 27 for 3, still adrift by 145 runs.

Brief scores: At Jaipur: Assam 108 all out ( 36 not out, Aniket Chaudhary 5-38, Nathu Singh 3-33) versus Rajasthan 153/2 (77 not out, 48 not out).

At Agartala:258/7 (R M Dagar 114, C K Bishnoi 82, A S Sarkar 3-47, M B Mura Singh 3-54) versus

At Jammu: and Kashmir 290 all out ( 91, Parvez Rasool 87, 6-90)versus 31/3 (11 not out, 3-17).

At Ranchi: 172 all out (Ishank Jaggi 34, Kumar Deobrat 29, Basant Mohanty 5-44) versus Odisha 27/3 (Biplab Samantaray 10 not out, Aaron 2-22.

At Porvorim: Services 184 all out (75, Vijesh Prabhudesai 5-52, Amulya Pandrekar 3-27) versus 27/1.

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First Published: Thu, December 06 2018. 19:10 IST