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Showing news for 4th Quarter-Final: Tamil Nadu v Bengal at Bangalore, Dec 26-29, 2008
Dec 29, 2008: One of the more endearing sights in Indian cricket is back. To see L Balaji smiling on a cricket field, after a painful two-year hiatus, is reassuring
Tamil Nadu v Bengal, Ranji Trophy Super League quarter-final, 4th day
Dec 29, 2008: L Balaji ripped through the Bengal lower order before assured knocks from M Vijay and S Badrinath led Tamil Nadu into the semi-finals
Tamil Nadu v Bengal, Ranji Trophy Super League quarter-final, 3rd day
Dec 28, 2008: Bengal put in a big-hearted performance in the field in the first session to secure a crucial first-innings lead in their quarter-final against Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu v Bengal, Ranji Super League quarter-final, 2nd day
Dec 27, 2008: Bengal seized the advantage as Tamil Nadu slipped to 188 for 5, still trailing by 157 runs with the last recognised pair of Suresh Kumar and R Ashwin at the crease
Tamil Nadu v Bengal, Ranji Super League quarter-final, 1st day
Dec 26, 2008: Manoj Tiwary hit an attractive ton to propel Bengal to 292 for 5 on a flat track at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore
Tamil Nadu v Bengal, Ranji Super League quarter-final
Dec 25, 2008: Over the next four days, the merits of the technical committee's decision to let the two best Plate League teams play the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals alongside the six best Super League teams will be put to a stern test
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