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Jharkhand defeated Haryana by 5 wickets at Vadodara last evening to enter the Ranji Trophy semi-finals for the first time. Resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 146 for 2, Haryana were yesterday bundled out for 262 which gave Jharkhand a target of 176 runs. Jharkhand knocked off the runs in only 30.2 overs, with former India Under-19 captain Ishan Kishan scoring a brilliant 61-ball 86.

Earlier in the first innings, Haryana had made 258 after opting to bat, replying to which Jharkhand posted 345. Jharkhand's Shahbaz Nadeem, who bagged 7 wickets in the first innings and 4 in the second, was adjudged man of the match.

With the win, Jharkhand has joined Tamil Nadu in the semi-final stage. Tamil Nadu had defeated Karnataka by 7 wickets in the other last-8 match.

The remaining two quarter-finals are still being played. Mumbai is taking on Hyderabad, while Gujarat is playing Odisha.


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