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Narayan Jagadeesan played a stellar innings, scoring an unbeaten 245, leading the Tamil Nadu team to a commendable first-innings total of 489 against Railways on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group C fixture. Starting the day at 286 for five, Jagadeesan added 45 more runs to achieve his maiden first-class double century.

Jagadeesan received valuable support from his teammates, contributing another 45 runs before running out of partners. Railways' Akash Pandey took three wickets, limiting Tamil Nadu. Railways finished the day at 126 for two, with Pratham Singh batting at 76. Openers Shivam Chaudhary (16) and Vivek Singh (11) were dismissed by Sandeep Warrier.

In another Group C match in Mysore, hundreds from Mayank Agarwal (114) and Devdutt Padikkal (101) propelled Karnataka to 251 for 4. At the end of Day 2, Karnataka trailed by 70 runs, reaching 251 for four. Goa's Darshan Misal and Mohit Redkar took two wickets each. Earlier, Karnataka bowled out Goa for 321. Vijaykumar Vyshak, M Venkatesh, and Rohit Kumar each took three wickets.

In Chandigarh's Group C encounter, Gujarat finished Day 2 at 86 for two against Chandigarh. The opening day's play was called off due to bad light. Opting to field,



Chandigarh had Gujarat struggling at 19 for two, with Jagjit Singh dismissing openers Priyank Panchal (5) and Urvil Patel (14).

Arjun Tendulkar and Heramb Parab showcased their batting prowess in a remarkable partnership, contributing 93 runs for the ninth wicket, allowing Goa to set a formidable total against Karnataka on Day 2 of the Ranji Trophy 2024 match at Mysore's Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground. This partnership lifted Goa from a precarious 221/8 to a commendable total of 321.


Arjun Tendulkar, who had previously scored a fifty against Chandigarh in the last Ranji Trophy encounter, continued his impressive form by notching up another fifty in this match. The 24-year-old all-rounder, known for his pace, had achieved his maiden century in the previous season and now boasts two consecutive fifties in First-Class cricket.

In Mohali's Group C match, Punjab finished Day 2 at 78 for seven against Tripura after Day 1's play was suspended due to poor visibility. Choosing to field, Tripura made the right decision as Prabhsimran Singh (21) and Nehal Wadhera (33) were the only Punjab players to reach double figures. Manisankar Murasingh and Rana Dutta captured two wickets each for Tripura.
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