Assam 422 for 9 decl ( Arun Karthik 151, Ajay Singh 5-116) beat Rajasthan 186 (Saxena 42, K Das 5-32) and 84 ( AK Das 5-39, K Das 5-23) by an innings and 152 runs

Pacers Arup Das and Krishna Das shared 10 wickets between them to shoot Rajasthan out for 84 and lead Assam to a massive innings win. Krishna Das ended with impressive match figures of 10 for 55. Rajasthan endured a collapse for 37 for 7 on the final day with only four of their batsmen passing double-figures and none managing over 21. Captain Ashok Menaria was trapped lbw by Arup in his first over of the day and the procession continued with only little resistance from Ajay Singh and Deepak Chahar. Assam now lead Group A with 10 points.

Maharashtra 281 (Khadiwale 74, Bawne 61, Pradhan 4-90) and 289 for 4 declared (Jadhav 100*, Gugale 71) drew with Odisha 267 (Podder 100, Pratik Das 62, Mundhe 6-62) and 129 for 5 (Rout 31, Sanklecha 2-11)

Odisha and Maharashtra settled for a draw in their Group A game at the Brabati Stadium in Cuttack, but the visitors took three points by virtue of a first-innings lead.

Resuming for an overnight score of 156 for 3, Maharashtra rode on a 113-run fourth-wicket partnership between Kedar Jadhav and Ankit Bawne. Jayant Behera brought an end to the partnership when he had Bawne caught behind for 44, after which Maharashtra declared on 289 for 4, with Jadhav getting to 100 not out.

Odisha needed 304 for an outright win, but Anupam Sanklecha had both Natraj Behera and Govinda Podder caught behind for single digit scores inside eight overs, leaving the home team on 26 for 2. Swapnil Gugale then dismissed Anurag Sarangi for 28 and ran out Girija Rout for 31, as the match headed for a draw. Odisha lost another wicket before finishing on 129 for 5. For his spell of 31-10-62-6 in the first innings, Shrikant Mundhe was adjudged the Man of the Match.

Delhi 302 (Gambhir 96, Rana 61, Manan 53, Wakhare 5-113) and 96 for 0 (Chand 51*, Gambhir 45*) beat Vidarbha 298 (Fazal 56, Ishant 6-36) and 98 (Ishant 3-11, Sangwan 3-30, Manan 3-31) by ten wickets

Delhi wrapped up a bonus-point ten-wicket win after their bowlers demolished Vidarbha for 98 in the second innings. Vidarbha resumed on a shaky 47 for 4 and lasted only 30.1 overs into the day. Ishant Sharma, Pradeep Sangwan and Manan Sharma picked up three wickets each, with Ishant's six-for in the first innings giving him nine for the game.

Aditya Shanware (25) was the only one to offer some resistance in the morning and the highest partnership Vidarbha managed was 32 for the sixth wicket.

The Delhi openers Unmukt Chand and Gautam Gambhir took only 14.1 overs to knock off the target of 95. Chand hit nine fours and a six in his 51 off 41 while Gambhir finished on 45 off 44 with seven fours.

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