ID Singh hits ton in rain hit match
RANJI TROPHY PLATE LEAGUE MATCH
Srinagar Nov 13: Jammu and Kashmir’s opening batsman Ian Dev Singh hit century on the last and final day of the rain hit Ranji Trophy match against Jharkhand at SK Cricket Stadium Srinagar on Sunday.
At tea, J&K declared its first innings after posting 258 runs for 4 in 75 overs. In reply, Jharkhand scored 105 for 2 before the match was called off. Sami-ul-lah Beigh claimed both the wickets for J&K.
Singh hit 121 runs which were studded with 14 boundaries and two maximum hits while his opening partner Adil Reshi scored 88 runs. Both contributed 171 runs for the first wicket partnership when Adil Reshi was trapped LBW in 44th over of the bowling of S Nadeem.
One down batsman Fayaz Ahmad was also trapped LBW by Nadeem. He scored 23 runs and fell in 79th over when the total score was 243 runs.
Both Ian Dev Singh and Fayaz Ahmad shared 72 runs partnership for second wicket.
There was no play on the second and the third day due to the wet and soggy outfield. On the Day on also, the bad light delayed the start of the match up to 4pm. J&K played just 11 runs on the first day scoring 59 runs after Jharkhand won the toss and elected to field.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 13 Nov 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 13 Nov 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Mon, 14 Nov 2011 00:00:00 IST
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