Bangalore, Aug 8 IANS | 4 months ago

Haryana Cricket Association, after making 405 in their first innings, had KSCA Colts on the ropes with the home team struggling at 130 for five at close of play on the second day of the four-day semi-final match in the KSCA's All-India invitational cricket tournament here Friday.

Resuming at the overnight 384 for eight, Haryana lost their remaining wickets first thing in the morning, but the visitors hit back to peg the Colts.

In the other semi-final, National Cricket Academy, thanks to half-centuries by Ankit Banane (88), Deepak Hooda (83) and Nikhil Naik (57) were all out for 443 with a first innings lead of 229 runs against KSCA President's XI who were dismissed for 214 Thursday.

Brief scores:

Haryana CA 405 all out in 97 overs (Nithin Saini 52, Sonu Rathi 114, Abhimanyu Kopdha 48, Sachin Rana 39, Jayanth Yadhav 48, Kuldeep Hooda 38, Yuzveder Chahal 31 not out, Prasidhi Krishna 4/89, Goutham K 3/72, Suchith J 2/107) vs KSCA Colts 130 for 5 in 54 overs (Abhishek Reddy 41, Ashish Hooda 2/30, Jayant Yaav 2/29).

KSCA President's XI 214 all out vs National Cricket Academy 443 all out in 94.2 overs (Kuldeep Yadhav 33, Ankit Banane 88, Deepak Hooda 83, Nikhil Naik 57, SL Akshay 4/64, Abar Kazi 2/100).

(Posted on 08-08-2014)

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