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Cricket news - Pandey, Nair seal Karnataka's semifinal spot
Karnataka vs Team Rajasthan, Bangalore
Karun Nair dismissed poor form, while Manish Pandey helped counter-attacking half-century, Karnataka and book a place in the second semi-final with a six-wicket victory over the Team of Rajasthan. The host night watchman Ronit lost More early on, but Nair and Pandey reached an unbeaten 129 to Polish off the hunt in the first session.
Rajasthan got a stroke of luck, if More was a no ball, because of the lack of conclusive evidence. There wasn't much there, but you will probably drop rue Pandey only after he against the 38-run mark. Nair brought his half-century in the 40th, while Pandey, the border got stone in 43.
Karnataka is the winner of the Federal state of Uttar Pradesh, India-Saurashtra-competition from January 24.
Ticker: Team Rajasthan 224 (Rajesh Bishnoi-79; Abhimanyu Mithun 3-48) & 222 (Robin Bist 44; K Gowtham 4-54) lost Karnataka 263 (Vinay Kumar 83*; Rahul Chahar 5-93) & 185/4 (Manish Pandey 87*) of six wickets.
Uttar Pradesh vs Saurashtra, Lucknow
Saurashtra has a Super comeback and a very good shot at sealing a place in the semi-finals on the last day, as they ended on 195 for 2 - need 177.
The hosts folded for 194 after the Start to 170 for 8 in front of Harvik Desai and Snell Patel Saurashtra gave a real Chance for a victory. Need 372 shot wicket 132 for the opening, put the hosts under pressure. Patel was the first to, before you Vishvarajsinh Jadeja lost with 187 on the board. The burden of proof is on Desai and guided the team home with Cheteshwar Pujara in the ranks.
Brief scores: Uttar Pradesh 385 & 194 (Mohammad Saif 48; Dharmendrasinh Jadeja 4-53) lead Saurashtra 208 & 195/2 (Harvik Desai 83*) 177.
Vidarbha vs Team Uttarakhand, Nagpur
Title defender Vidarbha plate group winner Team of Uttarakhand buried under a mountain of runs in their quarter-final clash, as you have written 629, and took a 274-run first innings lead. Aditya Sarvate of-the-century Uttarakhand extended stay on the field after they started 559 6.
Faced with a massive challenge, forcing a win in a clash dominated by the hosts, the visitors were 152 for 5 and the trailing edge 122. The opener scored 72 for the first wicket, before Vineet Saxena was dismissed for 27. It was the second setback was the duck, as Umesh Yadav bagged his second wicket by dismissing Vaibhav Bhatt for a 11-ball. Karanveer Kaushal and Avneesh Sudha worked together to ensure that there was no more damage to the team too far back.
Brief scores: Uttarakhand 355 & 152/5 (Umesh Yadav 3-22) trail Vidarbha 629 (Wasim Jaffer 206, Sanjay Ramaswamy, 141) of 122.
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