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Centuries from Amandeep Khare and Ashutosh Singh helped Chhattisgarh recover from Umesh Yadav's twin-strikes upfront to end the day at a comfortable 246 for 3 against Vidarbha in Nagpur. The pair added 227 for the third wicket before Umesh dismissed Ashutosh for 113 in the day's final over. Karn Sharma, the legspinner, who impressed for India A and has 31 wickets in four first-class games so far this season, finished with none for 65 off 24 overs in his first game for Vidarbha.
Jiwanjot struck an unbroken 236-run fourth-wicket stand with Anmolpreet Singh, 103 not out, when play ended. Anmolpreet, promoted No. 4 in the absence of Yuvraj Singh, struck 11 fours and two sixes. Uday Kaul missed out converting a start into three figures, falling for 66, while Manan Vohra was out for a three-ball duck in the first over.
Half-centuries from Nikhil Gangta (89*) and Ankush Bains (68) spared Himachal the blushes against Services in New Delhi. They recovered from a precarious 92 for 4 to finish on 273 for 5 at stumps. Prashant Chopra, the opener who struck a triple century in the tournament opener, failed to convert, falling for 55. Bains and Gangta, chasing his second century of the season, batted for a better part of the day to add 159 and help the side stage a remarkable recovery.
Faiz Fazal's ton leads Vidarbha's reply
Himachal Pradesh pulled ahead on a 14-wicket day in Delhi, while Punjab marched towards an innings victory in Porvorim
Jakati five-for curbs Punjab's dominance
In Nagpur, Amandeep Khare's double-ton propelled Chhattisgarh to 489 while slow bowlers Akash Vashisht and Vikas Yadav dominated in Delhi
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