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Team Services need 38 runs to win the match
11/30/2018 10:37:57 PM
Early Times Report

Delhi, Nov 30: Team Services ended the day three play of the Ranji season for 65 for 5 with 38 runs need to win the match against the Jammu and Kashmir team at Delhi in Elite C Group.
Jammu and Kashmir team resumed the day three with a score of 115 for 6. Captain Parveez Rasool along with Aamir Aziz Sofi carried the score from 115 to 174 with a partnership of over 82 runs. Amir Aziz scored 26 from 106 balls after he was judged LBW by Arun Bamal.
Captain Parveez Rasool played a brilliant innings of 115 runs for his team, but no other partner from other crease could resist and wickets kept falling one after another. In his knock of 115, Rasool scored all over the park hitting ten boundaries and one six. He was judged LBW by Navneet Singh.
With the fall of Rasool' wicket tailenders just managed 23 runs and the team Jammu and Kashmir ended their second innings score on 261 for all out. Rasool was the highest scorer for team Jammu and Kashmir with bowlers scoring good rate than high order batsman. Amir scored 26 and Waseem at the end of innings gave a helping hand of 30 runs.
For the team services Arun Bamal scalped four wickets of opponents with Diwesh Pathania grabbing 3 and Diwesh Pathania taking two wickets.
Chasing the total of 105 runs, team services lost their first wicket for just four runs in the shape of Navneet Singh. Ravi Chauhan was next to follow on a score of 13 runs. Wickets kept tumbling for Team Services and by the end of day three stumps of the game Services found themselves at 65 runs with five wickets down.
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