Parvez,Mudasir help JK bundle out Kerala on 163


Srinagar, Dec 9: The brilliant bowling by all-rounder Parvez Rasool and pacer Muhammad Mudasir helped J&K to bundle out hosts Kerela for 163 runs on the second day of the four-day Ranji Trophy match at Perintalmanna Cricket Stadium, Malappuram on Sunday.
 Chasing, JK’s first inning total of 215 runs, the whole Kerala side was bundled out for 163 runs. Thus giving visitors first inning lead of 52 runs. In reply, at the end of days play, JK was on 63 for the loss of three wickets. They have got lead of 120 runs with seven wickets in their hand. The first inning centurion and JK skipper Ian Dev Singh was playing on 34 runs along with M Gupta.
 Earlier Kerala was jolted by the JK bowling lead by Parvez Rasool and Muhammad Mudasir who both took three wickets. Waseem Raza and Manik Gupta took two wickets each. For JK Mudasir was brilliant. In his 9.4 overs, he gave away only 15 runs and took three wickets. For Kerela, RM Fernandez was highest scorer with 48 runs.
 Earlier in JK first inning Ian Dev Singh starred with brilliant unbeaten 117 runs. It was his solo effort that helped JK to score 215 runs on a tough wicket.

Lastupdate on : Sun, 9 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 9 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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