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Vijay Zol shines yet again

Vijay Zol shines yet again

After a brilliant 46, Vijay Zol's ton against New Zealand on Thursday in Darwin in the on-going U-19 Tri Series was the highlight of India's 165 run win.

This was India's second match in the tournament being held in Australia. New Zealand won the toss and elected to field. India lost AK Bains(5) early on in the innings to New Zealand fast bowler Blundell, but Anil Herawadkar and Vijay Zol more than made up for the early loss. The two batsmen held a partnership of 105 runs when Herawadkar(55) fell to Kurtley Watson. India at that time 113 with the loss of 2 wickets. Vijay Zol though, soldiered on with a splendid century scoring 128 runs off 131 balls(16*4, 1*6), his strong batting skills reflecting in his hundred. He had a well-defining 5th wicket partnership with Sarfaraz Khan(30) of 94 runs and took India to a total of 276 runs.

New Zealand lost their first 3 wickets in quick succession going from 1-16 to 3-17. India's Abhimanyu Lamba claimed the wicket of opening batsman Collier and left arm pacer Chama Milind dismissed Hicks and Steifert. Right handed batsmen Ken McLure put up a 41 but soon fell to Kuldeep Yadav. All in all New Zealand managed 111 and were all out in 42 overs.

Our young guns showed focus in batting, bowling and fielding and won the match with the handsome margin of 165 runs.

India U-19 play Australia U-19 on July 8 in Darwin.

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I think he scored another century, as india u19 remain unbeaten in their series.. Great stuff from the future india 11.. Indian cricket's future is in good hands. More special when an RCBian is doing well.. :)
ANANTH11296 on 06 Jul 2013, 12:14 PM
he might have IPL Emerging player Prize if he would have got chance to play for RCB
sudhirRCCB on 06 Jul 2013, 11:54 AM
He's got great talent in him!
sam-rcb on 05 Jul 2013, 07:46 AM
he is really playing soo well
sudhirRCCB on 04 Jul 2013, 09:38 PM
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