Ranji Trophy: Punjab, Assam, Delhi win

New Delhi: Punjab, Assam and Delhi registered convincing victories in the second round of Ranji Trophy matches that ended Sunday.

Brief scores:
Group A:
In Jaipur: Rajasthan 478 all out vs Mumbai 579 all out in 190.2 overs (Aditya Tare 80, Hiken Shah 140, Abhishek Nayar 105 not out)
Result: Match drawn

In Surat: Gujarat 600 for 9 decl vs Saurashtra 716 for 3 in 180.2 overs (Bhushan Chauhan 43, Sagar Jogiyani 282, Ravindra Jadeja 303 not out)
Result: Match drawn

In Hyderabad: Hyderabad 341 all out and 8 for no loss vs Madhya Pradesh 431 in 191 overs (Devendra Bundela 142, Udit Birla 52, Jalaj S Saxena 142; Mohammed Khader 2 for 65, Pagadala Naidu 2 for 91)
Result: Match drawn

In Chandigarh: Bengal 326 all out and 226 in 65 overs (Laxmi Shukla 91 not out; Manpreet 5 for 41, Siddharth Kaul 4 for 58) vs Punjab 579 for 7 decl
Result: Punjab won by innings and 27 runs

Group B:
In Chennai: Tamil Nadu: 538 for 4 decl vs Karnataka 562 for 6 in 168 overs (KB Pawan 69, Robin Uthappa 53, Ganesh Satish 200 not out, CM Gautam 130 not out; Malolan Rangarajan 3 for 119)
Result: Match drawn

In Vadodara: Vidarbha 264 all out and 218 for 4 (Faiz Fazal 98, Shalabh Shrivastava 65 not out vs Baroda 514 for 7 in 153.2 overs
Result: Match drawn

In Delhi: Odisha 143 all out and 269 all out in 111.4 overs (Govind Podder 85, Biplab Samantray 47; Pawan Suyal 5 for 93, Sumit Narwal 3 for 41) vs Delhi 331 all out and 82 for no loss
Result: Delhi win by 10 wickets

In Pune: Maharashtra 764 for 6 decl in 186 overs vs Uttar Pradesh 669 for 7 in 169 overs (Tanmay Srivastava 179, Mukul Dagar 126, Piyush Chawla 156)
Result: Match drawn

Group C:
In Porvorim: Jammu and Kashmir 338 all out and 95 for 6 in 56 over vs Goa 406/6 decl in 154 overs (Sunil Desai 85, Swapnil Asnodkar 103, Manvinder Bisla 80)
Result: Match drawn

In Nadaun: Services 312 all out and 314 for 4 (Soumya Swain 118 not out, Yashpal Singh 59 not out;Rishi Dhawan 2 for 78) vs Himachal Pradesh 544 for 6 decl
Result: Match drawn

In Jamshedpur: Assam 179 and 207 all out vs Jharkhand 174 all out and 159 all out ( Rameez Nemat 42; Syed Mohammad 5 for 52, Arlen Konwar 4 for 72)
Result: Assam won by 53 runs

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