Saurashtra 278 (Mankad 68, Hooda 6-61) beat Haryana 107 (Sanandia 4-44, Kushang 3-21, Unadkat 3-35) and 140 (Bishnoi 56, Jani 2-12) by an innings and 31 runs
Haryana collapsed to 140 all out on the third day in Lahli as a Cheteshwar Pujara-led Saurashtra enjoyed the unusual feeling of winning by an innings despite making less than 300 when they'd batted. The traditionally seamer-friendly conditions were on show again as Jaydev Unadkat and Chirag Jani shared the four Haryana wickets left standing and sealed Saurashtra's victory before lunch.
Kerala 250 for 8 (Saxena 54, Sunny 6-94) and 34 for 1 (Arun Karthik 27*, Prem 2*) beat Jharkhand 202 (Kishan 45, Saxena 6-50) and 89 (Saxena 5-27) by nine wickets
Starting their second innings with a 57-run deficit, Jharkhand collapsed from 37 for 2 to 89 all out within 42 overs, with Saurabh Tiwary top-scoring with an unbeaten 26.
Kerala needed only five overs to get to the target of 33, for the loss of Saxena, who was dismissed in the third over.
Jammu & Kashmir 432 for 6 (Bandy 102, Rasool 97) lead Rajasthan 330 (Bist 113, Mudhasir 5-81) by 102 runs
J&K's openers made a strong reply to Rajasthan's 330, before Shubham Khajuria was bowled by medium pacer Tanvir-ul-Haq for 53. The 83-run second-wicket stand between Bandy and Pranav Gupta was then broken by Mahipal Lomror, who dismissed the former shortly after he scored his maiden first-class century. Solid partnerships followed as J&K raced to 400 for 4 after tea. They lost Rasool (97 off 126 balls) and Aditya Singh (32 off 112 balls) before the close of play.
Puneet Bisht (2*) and Samiullah Beigh (1*) took J&K to 432 for 6 at stumps.