Mohit five-for seals Haryana's 161-run win

Haryana take time out for a team photo after their 161-run victory over Chhattisgarh PTI

Haryana needed only 22 overs on the fourth day to wrap a 161-run win over Chhattisgarh in Guwahati. Haryana captain Mohit Sharma and seamer Harshal Patel took two wickets each on the final day to bowl Chhattisgarh out for 117 in their chase of 279, after they had been reduced to 50 for 6 by stumps on the third evening. No. 3 Abhimanyu Chauhan resisted with a top score of 46, while wicketkeeper Vivek Naidu was unbeaten on 23. Mohit, who had taken three wickets on the third day, completed his five-for, conceding 27 runs in 11 overs.

Unbeaten fifties from Anshul Gupta and Rahul Singh helped Services battle out a draw against Goa after they were asked to follow-on the fourth day in Cuttack. Resuming from an overnight score of 267 for 7, Services were dismissed for 279 and conceded a 327-run first-innings lead. Goa got early breakthroughs after enforcing the follow-on, reducing Services to 52 for 4 by the 16th over, but Gupta and Rahul batted out more than 50 overs and added 136 runs to ensure Goa only got points for the lead.

Himachal Pradesh also played out a draw after following-on, against Tripura in Kalyani, riding on a century from opener Ankush Bains and fifties from Prashant Chopra, Nikhil Gangta and Rishi Dhawan to end with a score of 349 for 5 in their second innings. Himachal's runs came at a brisk pace of 4.36 per over, after they began their day at 19 for 1. Chopra and Bains stretched their partnership to 76 before the latter shared two more half-century stands - with Paras Dogra and Gangta. Bains was the fifth wicket to fall, trapped lbw by Gurinder Singh, who took all four wickets on the day. Rishi Dhawan then struck a run-a-ball 54, with eight fours, in a sixth-wicket partnership of 107 runs with Gangta, to take Himachal to stumps.

Balchander Anirudh's maiden first-class century helped Hyderabad hold Kerala to a draw in Bhubaneswar. Anirudh's 120 not out came in the second innings after Kerala had enforced the follow-on, having restricted Hyderabad's first-innings total to 281. That Hyderabad got to a total of 281 was largely down to Mehdi Hassan's 58, which helped them add 50 runs to the team's overnight score. With a first-innings lead of 236, Kerala got an early breakthrough in Hyderabad's second innings before being thwarted by Anirudh, who shared a 122-run third-wicket partnership with his captain S Badrinath. Anirudh's knock came off 192 deliveries with 14 fours and two sixes.

DB Ravi Teja's 73-ball 50 steered Andhra's successful chase of 191 against Jammu & Kashmir in Mumbai. Teja's fifty in the four-wicket win complemented the efforts of left-arm spinner Bhargav Bhatt and seamer DP Vijaykumar who bundled J&K out for 111 in their second innings. J&K began the fourth day at 31 for 2 but Bhatt's 5 for 60 and Vijaykumar's three wickets triggered a collapse that saw J&K lose seven wickets for 38 runs. Parvez Rasool troubled Andhra's chase with 4 for 55 but Andhra's target was a bit too low for his wickets to have an impact.