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Ranji Trophy: J&K registers big 235 runs win over Assam
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JAMMU, Dec 4: Powered by the all-round performance from Parvez Rassol and a pinching knock from Ian Dev Singh, amidst consistent performance from Ram Dayal, Jammu and Kashmir today defeated the formidable side of Assam by a big margin of 235 runs in the Ranji Trophy Group-C tie played at Nehru Stadium, Guwahati in Assam today.

Beating the topper of the Group, that too on their home ground, has earned J&K a name in the cricketing circles of the country. The performance from the young brigade, led by Ian Dev Singh, may help stop the critics from airing controversial remarks and from here J&K could go a long way in salvaging pride for the state.

However, the loss caused to young Parvez Rasool due to non-participation of Kashmiri cricketers in the second match against Andhra Pradesh, may haunt the all-rounder at the time of selection for the Deodar Trophy.

Anyway, J&K earned full six point out of this game after they beat Assam in all departments. J&K has earned seven points out of four matches played so far. Now, the team shall proceed towards South to take on Kerela in the fifth of the eight-match competition.

Earlier, Assam resumed their innings from yesterday’s total of 46 for three and could not survive for the full day. However, D S Jadhav, who started his innings from overnight score of 16, completed his half century making 51 runs. Tejinder Singh too played fine innings of 105 runs in the middle but lack of support from other team members caused Assam the humiliating defeat.

The whole Assam side bowled out for 241 runs in 89.1 overs before tea. Ram Dayal took three wickets while Parvez Rasool and Waseem Raza shared two each.

SCORECARD

J&K Ist Innings 323 ;Assam Ist Innings 165 ;J&K 2nd Innings 318/5 (decl); Assam 2nd Innings Total (all out in 89.1 overs) 241.


News Updated at : Wednesday, December 5, 2012
 
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