Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021: Prerak Mankad’s smashing 174 helps Saurashtra beat Chandigarh; Uttarakhand down Mizoram

Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021: Prerak Mankad’s smashing 174 helps Saurashtra beat Chandigarh; Uttarakhand down Mizoram

Kolkata/Chennai: Center-order batsman Prerak Mankad on Saturday took Eden Gardens by storm with a sensational 174 to energy Saurashtra to a 62-run win over Chandigarh in a gaggle E conflict of the Vijay Hazare Trophy right here.

The 26-year-old plundered six sixes and 16 fours in his knock from 130 balls to propel Saurashtra to an enormous 388 for 7 after Chandigarh opted to bowl.

In reply, Chandigarh, who’ve been spectacular of their debut Elite season with three wins on the trot, might handle 326 for 7.

The win helped Saurashtra consolidate their lead with 16 factors, 4 away from Chandigarh to shut in on a quarterfinal spot.

Saurashtra misplaced each their openers, Avi Barot (25) and Snell Patel (20) inside 11 overs however thereafter it was all about Prerak, who stitched two century-plus stands with Vishvaraj Jadeja (50 off 53 balls; 3×4, 2×6) and Arpit Vasavada (71 off 52 balls; 5×4, 2×6) to steer the cost.

The No 4 batsman paced his innings brilliantly taking 53 balls for his half-century earlier than he stepped as much as race to his second Listing A century within the subsequent 39 balls.

There was no stopping Prerak as he took one other 27 balls to cruise to 150. He was dismissed by Jagjit Singh within the closing over however the harm had been performed.

Chirag Jani too scored a quickfire 30 not out from 10 balls (3×4, 2×6) to finish their innings on a excessive.

Chasing the goal, Chandigarh skipper Manan Vohra (50) and Arslan Khan (61) placed on a century-plus stand after which Ankit Kaushik chipped in with 54 however it proved too little ultimately.

Uttarakhand notched up their fourth straight win beating Mizoram by eight wickets of their Vijay Hazare Trophy plate group match right here on Saturday.

Uttarakhand are at the moment on high of the standings with 16 factors from 4 matches, sharing the place with Assam, who received their match towards Sikkim by 4 wickets.

Leg-spinner Dikshansu Negi took 6 for 21 in an excellent bowling efficiency to assist Uttarakhand bundle out Mizoram for a paltry 117.

In reply, Uttarakhand knocked off the required runs in simply 10.5 overs.

In one other match, Assam chased down a goal of 246 set by Sikkim within the forty eighth over to keep up their all-win report within the group.

For Assam, skilled pacer Pritam Das bowled fantastically to return wonderful figures of 5/34 in his workforce’s win.

Skipper Shreyas Iyer’s fluent 116 and a formidable present by India speedster Shardul Thakur powered Mumbai to a 67-run win over Rajasthan in an Elite Group D recreation of the Vijay Hazare Trophy right here on Saturday.

This was Mumbai’s fourth successive win, having earlier defeated Delhi, Maharashtra and Puducherry.

Opting to bat on the KL Saini stadium, Mumbai rode on Iyer’s 103-ball knock to submit a aggressive 317/7. The elegant right-handed batsman led from the entrance earlier than his bowlers bundled out the opposition for 250 with Thakur (4/50) doing the majority of the harm.

Mumbai openers — younger Yashasvi Jaiswal (38) and Prithvi Shaw (36) — gave the home giants a powerful begin, including 71 for the primary wicket. However Rajasthan pegged again Mumbai by eradicating each the openers in fast succession as they slipped to 83/2.

Iyer anchored the innings earlier than toying with the Rajasthan assault, scoring his second century of the match with the assistance of 11 fours and three sixes.

He discovered ready companions in Sarfaraz Khan (30) and Suryakumar Yadav (29), who performed their roles to perfection.

Iyer added 96 for the third wicket with Sarfaraz after which solid a 56-run stand with Suryakumar for the fourth wicket to place the hosts on the again foot.

After Iyer was cleaned up within the forty sixth over by Ravi Bishnoi, all-rounder Akash Parkar made an unbeaten 24 off 15 balls, to prop up Mumbai.

For Rajasthan, left-arm spinner Shubham Sharma (3/59) did the majority of the harm.

Chasing 318, Rajasthan misplaced opener Yash Kothari (2) and skipper Ashok Menaria (20) early and have been struggling at 32/2.

Manender Singh (40) and Mahipal Lomror (76) tried to take the sport deep with their 101-run third-wicket stand, however medium pacer Akash Parkar broke the partnership after trapping Singh in entrance of the wicket.

Shardul castled Lomror to go away Rajasthan at 160/4.

From thereon, it was an uphill job for Rajasthan they usually have been finally bowled out for 250.

Temporary scores:

Arunachal Pradesh 150 in 50 overs (Vipin Dhaka 37, Akhilesh Sahani 45, Chengkam Sangma 3/ 21) misplaced to Meghalaya 157 for 2 in 28.5 overs (Rohit Shah 70 not out, Yogesh Tiwari 28, DB Ravi Teja 32 not out) by eight wickets.

Meghalaya : 4 factors; Arunachal 0.

Nagaland 257 for 9 in 50 overs (Sedezhalie Rupero 28, R. Jonathan 46, Shrikant Mundhe 52, Hem Chetri 82 not out) beat Manipur 240 for 9 in 50 overs (Narsingh Yadav 62, Nitesh Sedai 50, M Longlonyamba 45, Okay Priyojit Singh 32, Stuart Binny 3/32) by 17 runs.
Nagaland: 4 factors ; Manipur 0.

Mizoram 117 in 38.3 overs (Taruwar Kohli 62, KB Pawan 28; Dikshanshu Negi 6/21) misplaced to Uttarakhand 118 for 2 in 10.5 overs (Kamal Singh 40 not out, Kunal Chandela 58) by
eight wickets.

Uttarakhand: 4 factors; Mizoram 0.

Sikkim 245 all out in 50 overs (Nilesh Lamichaney 36, Robin Bist 120, Varun Sood 50; Pritam Das 5/34) misplaced to Assam 249 for six in 47.5 overs (Ashish Thapa 43, Denish Das 53,
Saahil Jain 61 not out) by 4 wickets.

Assam: 4 factors, Sikkim: 0.

At Eden Gardens: Saurashtra 388/7; 50 overs (Prerak Mankad 174, Vishvaraj Jadeja 50; Jaskaran Singh 4/60) b Chandigarh 326/7 (Ankit Kaushik 54, Manan Vohra 50, Gautam Gambhir 40 not out) by 62 runs.

At JU Second Campus, Saltlake: Companies 287/5; 50 overs (Rajat Paliwal 78 not out, Shivam Tiwari 74) b Haryana 175; 43.3 overs (Jayant Yadav 59) by 112 runs.

At 22 Yards Academy: Bengal 368/4; 50 overs (Abhimanyu Easwaran 99, Anustup Majumdar 92 not out, Ritwik Roy Chowdhury 55, Shahbaz Ahmed 48 not out, Kaif Ahmed 42) b Jammu & Kashmir 286; 45.3 overs (Abid Mushtaq 68, Parvez Rasool 50; Arnab Nandi 4/46) by 82 runs.

Mumbai 317/7 (Shreyas Iyer 116, Yashasvi Jaiswal 38; Shubham Sharma 3/59, Abhimanyu Lamba 2/66) beat Rajasthan 250 (Mahipal Lomror 76, M Singh 40; Shardul Thakur 4/50; Dhawal Kulkarni 3/26) by 67 runs.

At Sawai Mansingh Stadium: Maharashtra 328/7 (Azim Kazi 91, Kedar Jadhav 86; Lalit Yadav 3/69, Pradeep Sangwan 2/61) misplaced to Delhi 330/7 (Shikhar Dhawan 153, Dhruv Shorey; Satyajeet Bachhav 3/68) by three wickets.

At Jaipuria Vidhyalaya floor: Puducherry 227/9 (Sheldon Jackson 104, Sagar Trivedi 51; Rishi Dhawan 4/44, Pankaj Jaswal 2/23) beat Himachal 123 (Abhimanyu Rana 27; Sagar Udeshi 4/35, Kannan Vignesh 3/30) by 104 runs.


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