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November 12, 1999
Indore: Madhya Pradesh, put in to bat by Railways, scored 249 for two in 90 overs at close of play on the first day of their Central Zone Ranji Trophy league tie here on Thursday.
JP Yadav and Rajagopalan shared a first wicket partnership of 212 runs in 72.2 overs before the latter was out for 70. Amay Khurasia did not last very long falling for 22 just before close. But Yadav carried on till stumps and remained unconquered with 136. He batted 379 minutes, faced 238 balls and hit 13 fours and two sixes.
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