Delhi struggling at 239 for four

Visakhapatnam, Dec 14 (UNI) In reply to Maharashtra's massive 594, Delhi were struggling at 239 for four at stumps on day three of the semi final in all India under-22 C K Nayudu trophy here today.

Delhi's Rahul Deewan with unbeaten 125 with 18 boundaries and Ankur Julka's unbeaten 24 strenghthened the innings with a fifth wicket partnership of 67 runs. Earlier, Ramansachadeva scored 30 with the help of four fours.

Ajinkya Joshi was the pick of the bowlers with 2 for 36.

In the other semi final match, in reply to Karnataka's first innings score of 292, Mumbai were all out for 376.

Ahmed Nizam's 54 including two fours and three sixes and Omkar Gurv's unbeaten 48 with six bondaries added 99 runs for the ninth wicket. For Karnataka S L Akshay with 4 for 49 and Ryan Ninan with 2 for 111 emerged successful.

In the second innings, Karnataka were 164 with C Goutham scoring 24, Amit Varma 24, Raju Bathkal 31, Gourav Dhiman 28 and S Prajwal 27. Siddhartha Chindnis with 2 for 34 and Anup Revankar 2 for 13 were the pick of Mumbai bowlers.

Brief scores: Maharashtra 594 in 173.5 overs Delhi (12 over night) 239 in 94 overs (Ramansachadeva 30(4X4), Rahual Deewan 125*(18X4), Ankur Julka 24*, Ajinkya Joshi 2 for 36) Karnataka 292 Mumbai 376 (Ahmed Nizam's 54(2X4, 3X6), Omkar Gurv 48*(6X4), S L Akshay 4 for 49, Ryan Ninan 2 for 111) Karnataka 164 (Raju Bathkal 31, Gourav Dhiman 28, Siddhartha Chindnis 2 for 34, Anup Revankar 2 for 13) UNI

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Story first published: Friday, December 14, 2007, 22:04 [IST]
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