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Nadeem stars with world record List A figures

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Jharkhand vs Rajasthan

Shahbaz Nadeem broke a 21-year-old record to register the best figures in List A cricket during Jharkhand's seven-wicket win over Rajasthan in the Vijay Hazare Trophy encounter in Chennai. Nadeem picked up eight wickets, conceding just 10 runs in his 10-over spell, breaking the previous record of 8/15 held by Rahul Sanghvi for Delhi during the 1997-98 season.

During the course of his historic spell, Nadeem also went onto pick up a hat-trick. After dismissing Mahipal Lomror and Chetan Bist off the final two balls of his sixth over, Nadeem completed the hat-trick trapping Tajinder Singh lbw off the first ball of his seventh over.

At one point, it appeared as if Nadeem would bag a historic 10-fer after picking the first eight wickets to fall before his teammate Anukul Roy polished off the tail. As a result, Rajasthan folded for just 76 by the 29th over with only three batsmen touching double figures. Despite losing Ishan Kishan and Virat Singh cheaply in the chase, Jharkhand took just 14.3 overs to hand Rajasthan a massive loss.

Brief scores: Rajasthan 73 in 28.3 overs (Ankit Lamba 20; Shahbaz Nadeem 8-10, Anukul Roy 2-23) lost to Jharkhand 76/3 (Anand Singh 22; Mahipal Lomror 2-22) by seven wickets

Bengal vs Jammu and Kashmir

In another low-scoring encounter in Group C, Bengal hammered Jammu and Kashmir by six wickets in a contest that lasted less than 45 overs. Opting to bowl first, Bengal made early inroads reducing J&K to 35/5 by the tenth over that included the key scalps of allrounders Parvez Rasool and Irfan Pathan. While Prayas Barman picked up four, Ishan Porel finished with three as J&K folded for just 96.

Even though Bengal lost wickets at regular intervals, a target of 97 was never going to be challenging enough as Writtick Chatterjee and Anustup Majumdar completed formalities by the 21st over to help Bengal begin their campaign in style.

Brief scores: Jammu and Kashmir 96 in 23.4 overs (Mohammed Mudhasir 21*; Prayas Barman 4-20, Ishan Porel 3-19) lost to Bengal 98/4 in 20.4 overs (Shreevats Goswami 22; Shubham Khajuria 1-3) by 6 wickets

Gujarat vs Tamil Nadu

It was a one-man show at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai as Priyank Panchal stood tall with a century to guide Gujarat to a hard-fought win over Tamil Nadu in a 49-over contest. Chasing 206, Gujarat found themselves in trouble at 67/3 that included the big wicket of skipper Parthiv Patel. Panchal then took the mantle upon himself despite finding no support from the other end. He ended up scoring more than 50% of the runs and remained unbeaten on 117 as Gujarat won by four wickets with less than two overs to spare.

Earlier in the day, Tamil Nadu got off to a disastrous start after scoring just 25 for the loss of two wickets after the first 13 overs. Skipper Vijay Shankar and opener Abhinav Mukund resurrected the innings briefly, but it was the vital half-century from Baba Indrajith that helped TN go past the 200-run mark, which still proved to be short.

Brief scores: Tamil Nadu 205/8 in 49 overs (Baba Indrajith 58, Vijay Shankar 47; Piyush Chawla 3-38) lost to Gujarat 210/6 in 47.1 overs (Priyank Panchal 117*; Sai Kishore 2-37) by 4 wickets


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Manipur vs Sikkim

After suffering a massive defeat in their opening game, Manipur bounced back in style to thrash fellow newcomers Sikkim by ten wickets to open their account. Sikkim made a decent start but from 46/2, they lost their next three wickets for the addition of just three more runs and eventually, got bowled out for just 84. While Lee Yong Lepcha remained unbeaten on 29 providing some resistance, Bishworjit Konthoujam was the pick of the bowlers for Manipur as he registered figures of 3 for 9.

The Manipur openers focused on being more solid and putting prize on their wicket rather than going all guns blazing in pursuit of 85. Both Lakan Rawat and Pukhrambam Singh batted cautiously and hit timely boundaries to see through the chase by the 20th over.

Brief scores: Sikkim 84 in 37.2 overs (Lee Yong Lepcha 29*; Bishworjit Konthoujam 3-9) lost to Manipur 85/0 in 19.2 overs (Lakan Rawat 44*, Pukhrambam Singh 30*) by 10 wickets

Bihar vs Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand's domestic debut didn't quite go to plan after being put in to bat as they were skittled out for a paltry 160 and failed to bat out their quota of overs as well. Seamers Anunay Singh and Rehan Khan rocked the top order, with the spinners chipping in to reduce Uttarakhand to 78 for 6, before No. 9 batsman Deepak Dhapola gave good support to opener Vineet Saxena as they saved their side further blushes to put up a slightly better-looking 160.

Bihar's opener, Vikash Ranjan made quick work of the chase with his 79 that had nine boundaries in it, with the others chipped in with useful contributions to see them home en route their second win on the trot.

Brief scores: Uttarakhand 160 all-out in 43.2 overs (Vineet Saxena 57, Deepak Dhapola 38; Anunay Singh 3-21, Samar Quadri 3-37) lost to Bihar 163/5 in 37.3 overs (Vikash Ranjan 79, Keshav Kumar 33; Sunny Rana 1-26) by five wickets.

Meghalaya vs Mizoram

Taruwar Kohli's brilliance was once again undone by a collective failure of the rest of the Mizoram unit, as they were bowled out for just 154 in 43.4 overs. That after Kohli scored a fantastic 90 to follow up his stellar 127 from the previous day. The only time Kohli had some constant company at the crease was when opener R Lalnunkima and he added 84 runs in their 23-over-stand for the second wicket. Once Lalnunkima was dismissed, Kohli was again stranded at his end with the other batsmen merely walking in and walking back in no time. Kohli was the seventh wicket to fall, missing his hundred by just 10 runs.

Kohli wasn't done yet as he picked up the first wicket too before Lalnuntluanga picked up the second and the last wicket for the day. From then, Puneet Bisht and Jason Lamare were hardly challenged as the duo put together an unbeaten partnership of 116 runs to see their team through to a comprehensive eight-wicket win with just over 22 overs to spare.

Brief Scores: Mizoram 154 all out in 43.4 overs (Taruwar Kohli 90; Raj Biswa 2-14, Abhay Negi 2-24) lost to Meghalaya 155/2 in 27.3 overs (Puneet Bisht 95*, Jason Lamare 41*) by eight wickets.

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