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J&K bundled out for 182 runs, Uttarakhand loses 7 wickets for 64 on day 1 stumps
Ranji Trophy 2019-20
12/9/2019 8:53:47 PM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, Dec 9: The cricket team of Jammu and Kashmir came back from a batting blunder to restrict host Uttarakhand team 64 for 7 on the first day of Ranji Trophy 2019-20 at Abhimanyu Cricket Stadium, Dehradun.
The first day of the match was however restricted to 75 over play with bad light affecting the match.
Earlier Uttarakhand won the toss and elected to bat field on the track which was very little to offer for the batsman. Team Jammu and Kashmir were led by Ahmed Banday with former captain Parvez Rasool sitting on the bench.
J&K team had a good start with Banday and Suryansh Raina contributing the first wicket partnership for over 45 runs. Banday was firs to perish as he was clean bowled at a score of 24 runs. Suryansh Raina who was looking good was caught with a double mind and was sent back to the dugout in shape of run out.
Shubham Khajuria was the highest scorer for the team Jammu and Kashmir contributing 47 runs hitting four 4's and 2 sixes. Half of the J&K team was out for 141 runs, while as last five wickets contributing 41 runs and team went all out in the first innings for mere 182 runs.
Five players of Jammu and Kashmir failed to cross double-figure mark with Banday scoring 24, Raina 35, Khajuria 47, Owais 23, Ram 11 and Abid Mushtaq 15. For Uttarakhand Rahil Shah was the pick of the bowlers taking three wickets for mere 18 runs, Sunny Raina took two wickets, and one wicket for each
With team Jammu and Kashmir scoring score below than the expected, the bowlers came with all guns blazing. The 31-year-old right arm pacer Mohammed Mudhasir took three wickets for 11 runs in his eight over's, while as Ram Dayal bowling all-rounder stepped in and demolished the middle order.
Ram Dayal took three wickets and troubled the host Uttarakhand with his accurate line and length. While Abid Mushtaq took the last wicket of the day in the shape of Rahil Shah.
With seven wickets down for the Uttarakhand, Tanmay Srivastava was the highest scorer with 17 runs with Dikshanshu Negi unbeaten for 16 runs. The rest of the batsman could not pass the double-figure score.
Day 1, First Innings; Jammu and Kashmir 182 all out; Shubham Khajuria 47, Rahil Shah 3 wickets. Uttarakhand; 64 for 7, Tanmay Srivastava 17, Dikshanshu Negi 16*, Mohammed Mudhasir 3 wickets.
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