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Karnataka precariously placed at 158 for 4

Published: Thursday, November 30, 2000, 20:00 [IST]
 
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Margao: A fine unbeaten knock of 67 by Roland Barrington and his two valuable partnerships of 60 for the second wicket with Mithun Beerala (36) and for the third wicket with captain Vijay Bharadwaj (22), helped Karnataka to put up 158 for 4 in 71 overs in reply to host Goa's 303 all out on the second day of the four-day South Zone Ranji Trophy cricket match played at Rajendra Prasad stadium here on Thursday.The visitors still need 145 runs to surpass the host's total with six wickets in hand.Earlier host Goa had resumed at the overnight score of 261 for 6and were all out for 303 in 113 overs 55 minutes before lunch.Rohit Rane remained not out with 44 runs laced with six foursoff 92 balls. Dodda Ganesh claimed six wickets conceding 87 runswhile Mansoor Ali Khan bagged three wickets giving away 45 runs.UNI

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