Ranji Trophy: Ravindra Jadejs hits triple ton

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Updated: Monday, November 12, 2012, 17:20 [IST]
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Ranji Trophy: Ravindra Jadeja hits 303

New Delhi, Nov 12: Delhi secured all seven points with a 10-wicket victory over Odisha Ranji Trophy Group B game on the fourth and final day here on Monday. Also Monday, Ravindra Jadeja made Ranji Trophy history with his second triple century, joining VVS Laxman and Wasim Jaffer as the only three batsmen to have scored two triple tons in India's premier domestic tournament.

Jadeja made 303 not out (561 balls, 37x4, 4x6) for Saurashtra as they took first innings lead and three points over Gujarat in Surat. Jadeja's previous triple hundred was 314 in 2011-12 season.

Jadeja and Sagar Jogiyani (282, 651 balls, 35x4, 2x6)) had a mammoth partnership of 539 runs for the third wicket.

Chasing 82 for a win, Delhi got the bonus point as Shikhar Dhawan (55 not out) and Unmukt Chand (23 not out) took them to the target in 15 overs.

Delhi have bounced back brilliantly after their defeat in first round against Uttar Pradesh.

Also on the final day, Assam defeated Jharkhand by 52 runs in Jamshedpur. Left-arm spinner Syed Mohammad was the star for the winners with 5/52.

Punjab too bagged seven points with an innings and 27-run victory over Bengal in Mohali on the final day. Manpreet Gony took five wickets for Punjab.

In a thrilling final day battle, Karnataka secured first innings lead and three points against Tamil Nadu thanks to a superb unbeaten 200 by Ganesh Satish.

Brief scores of all 12 Ranji Trophy matches on the fourth and final day November 12 Monday (9 were drawn)

Delhi Vs Odisha in Delhi (Delhi 7 points, Odisha 0)

Odisha 143 and 269 lost to Delhi 331 and 82/0 in 15 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 55 not out, Unumukt Chand 23 not out)

Jharkhand Vs Assam in Jamshedpur (Assam 6 points, Jharkhand 0)

Assam 179 and 207 beat Jharkhand 174 and 159 all out in 84.5 overs (Syed Mohammad 5/52, Arlen Konwar 4/72)

Bengal Vs Punjab in Chandigarh (Punjab 7 points, Bengal 0)

Bengal 326 and 226 all out in 65 overs (Laxmi Ratan Shukla 91 not out, Wriddhiman Saha 57, Manpreet Gony 5/41, Siddarth Kaul 4/58) lost to Punjab 579/7 in 150 overs declared

Tamil Nadu Vs Karnataka in Chennai (Karnataka 3 points, Tamil Nadu 1)

Tamil Nadu 538/4 in 168 overs declared drew with Karnataka 562/6 in 187.4 overs (Ganesh Satish 200 not out, CM Gautam 130 not out, R Malolan 3/119)

Gujarat Vs Saurashtra in Surat (Saurashtra 3 points, Gujarat 1)

Gujarat 600/9 declared in 165 overs drew with Saurashtra 716/3 in 180.2 overs (Sagar Jogiyani 282, Ravindra Jadeja 303 not out)

Himachal Pradesh Vs Services in Nadaun, Himachal Pradesh (Himachal Pradesh 3 points, Services 1)

Services 312 and 314/4 in 90 overs drew with Himachal Pradesh 544/6 declared in 153 overs

Andhra Vs Tripura in Anantpur (Andhra 3 points, Tripura 1)

Tripura 260 and 170/4 in 88 overs drew with Andhra 436/8 in 140 overs declared

Hyderabad Vs Madhya Pradesh in Hyderabad (Madhya Pradesh 3 points, Hyderabad 1)

Hyderabad 341 and 8/0 in eight overs drew with Madhya Pradesh 431/8 in 191 overs declared (Devendra Bundela 142, Jalaj Saxena 142, Mohammaed Khader 2/65, Pagadala Naidu 2/91, Vishal Sharma 2/110)

Maharashtra Vs Uttar Pradesh in Pune (Maharashtra 1 point, Uttar Pradesh 1 point)

Maharashtra 738/5 in 177 overs declared drew with Uttar Pradesh 669/7 in 169 overs (Piyush Chawla 156, Bhuvneshwar Kumar 62 not out)

Goa Vs Jammu and Kashmir in Porvorim, Goa (Goa 3 points, Jammu and Kashmir 1 point)

Jammu and Kashmir 338 and 95/6 in 56 overs drew with Goa 406/6 in 154 overs declared

Rajasthan Vs Mumbai in Jaipur (Mumbai 3 points, Rajasthan 1 point)

Rajasthan 478 drew with Mumbai 578 all out in 190.2 overs (Abhishek Nayar 105)

Baroda Vs Vidarbha in Vadodara (Baroda 3 points, Vidarbha 1 point)

Vidarbha 264 and 218/4 in 83.3 overs drew with Baroda 514/7 in 153.2 overs declared

Note: Points System: Outright win: 6 points; Outright win with bonus point: 7 points (for a bonus point, a team has to win by 10 wickets or innings margin); First innings lead: 3 points; Conceding first innings lead in drawn games: 1 point; First innings not completed: Both teams get 1 point each; Outright loss: 0 points.


Story first published:  Monday, November 12, 2012, 14:34 [IST]
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