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Cricket news - Warrier stars in Kerala's win with hat-trick

Manish Pandey scored a century in Karnataka's massive win.

Best batting performances

Ishan Kishan's skipper's knock of a 62-ball 113 starred in Jharkhand's massive 121-run beating of Manipur. On the back of his century, Jharkhand got to 219 for 1 before the opposition managed just 98 for 9. Shreyas Iyer, too, starred with a century, leading Mumbai to an eight-wicket win over Madhya Pradesh. He remained unbeaten on 103 off just 55 balls. In Cuttack, Manish Pandey's unbeaten 46-ball 111 gave Karnataka a massive 226 before they bowled Arunachal Pradesh out for 80, to pick up a massive 146-run win. Chattisgarh skipper Harpreet Singh's unbeaten 92 went in vain as Assam chased down 193 after Sibsankar Roy (52) and Amit Sinha (77*) took them to a five-wicket win.

Best bowling performances

Sandeep Warrier's hat-trick played a vital role in Kerala's eight-run win over Andhra. Andhra were on course in their 161-run chase, before Warrier struck to shift the momentum and snatch a victory for his side. Shreyas Gopal starred with a five-wicket haul, returning 5 for 11 in 3.4 overs as Karnataka wrapped up Arunachal Pradesh's chase of 227 in just 14.4 overs. Tushar Deshpande's 4 for 28 for Mumbai, against MP, kept the opposition to 143.

Vikas Yadav's miserly spell of 1 for 14 in his four overs, and Diwesh Pathania's 1 for 16 were instrumental in keeping Maharashtra to 116/9. Services eventually chased it down in the final over with six wickets in hand. Rishi Arothe's 4 for 18 dismantled Hyderabad's top and middle order leaving Baroda with 139 to win; they eventually picked up a comfortable four-wicket win. Fabid Ahmed's 2 for 15 kept Uttarakhand to 141, but Puducherry fell short by 10 despite Paras Dogra's 53.

Other results

Twin unbeaten fifties from Priyam Garg (59) and Rinku Singh (52) gave Uttar Pradesh a comfortable 58-run win over Tripura, who managed only 126 for 8, chasing 185. Odisha made quick work of a 92-run chase against Mizoram, picking up a nine-wicket win in 12.5 overs. Tamil Nadu beat Bihar by six wickets, chasing 132, and Gujarat skittled Himachal Pradesh for 97 on the back of three-wicket hauls from Hemang Patel and Hardik Patel. In Indore, Robin Uthappa (54) and Cheteshwar Pujara (42*) ensured Saurashtra chased down Punjab's 123 without fuss, while Railways picked up an easy eight-wicket win over Goa with fifties from Mrunal Devdhar (82) and Pratham Singh (60*).

Three-wicket hauls from Tanveer Ul-Haq, Nathu Singh and Rahul Chahar had Meghalaya bowled out for just 65 in 16.1 overs to give Rajasthan a 72-run win in Surat. Consistent contributions through their line-up gave Delhi a four-wicket win over Jammu & Kashmir in a big chase of 190. They got there with one ball to spare. In Cuttack, Bengal picked up a narrow three-wicket win over Haryana after chasing down 142, losing wickets at regular intervals.

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