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Bhuvaneshwar, Sriram sizzles

In the domestic circuit, it was Bhuvaneshwar Kumar who stole the limelight continuing with his superb allround skills. Having shone with the bat in both the innings against Baroda and having captured 4 wickets in the first innings, Bhuvenshwar repeated his bowling efforts in Baroda's second innings too picking up 4 wickets to give perfect company to colleague Sudip Tyagi (who picked 6 wickets) to land Uttar Pradesh a brilliant victory. Baroda, having secured a first innings lead of 119 runs, looked set to win the match while set to chase 165. But Bhuvaneshwar and Tyagi’s combined efforts forced them to be all out for 143, thereby loosing the match.

It was also a memorable day for Sridharan Sriram. The Royal Challenger, who is playing for Assam in the Ranji Trophy, batted with gusto to notch up a fantastic 146 to put Assam on top against Bengal. Having amassed a massive first innings score of 562/6, Bengal threw the challenge to Assam. Sridhar took up the challenge and forged partnerships with his colleagues to take Assam to 588 and earn 3 valuable points for the team.

In the domestic circuit, it was Bhuvaneshwar Kumar who stole the limelight continuing with his superb allround skills. Having shone with the bat in both the innings against Baroda and having captured 4 wickets in the first innings, Bhuvenshwar repeated his bowling efforts in Baroda's second innings too picking up 4 wickets to give perfect company to colleague Sudip Tyagi (who picked 6 wickets) to land Uttar Pradesh a brilliant victory. Baroda, having secured a first innings lead of 119 runs, looked set to win the match while set to chase 165. But Bhuvaneshwar and Tyagi’s combined efforts forced them to be all out for 143, thereby loosing the match.

It was also a memorable day for Sridharan Sriram. The Royal Challenger, who is playing for Assam in the Ranji Trophy, batted with gusto to notch up a fantastic 146 to put Assam on top against Bengal. Having amassed a massive first innings score of 562/6, Bengal threw the challenge to Assam. Sridhar took up the challenge and forged partnerships with his colleagues to take Assam to 588 and earn 3 valuable points for the team.

For Karnataka, it was a bad match, though the batting came to terms in their second innings, when they locked 409/8 on the last day against Haryana. Robin Uthappa (42) and Manish Pandey (55), both got their starts but were unable to convert them into big scores. Karnataka was buoyed by Amit Verma's 103 and KB Pawan's 80. Veteran Challenger Sunil Joshi also notched up a 65-ball 50. The match was drawn, but having conceded the first innings lead, Karnataka had to be satisfied with only 1 point while Haryana took 3.

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