Chandigarh Colts publish 700, record record earnings and 603 runs
CHANDIGARH: Here are some numbers that will surprise you: a team is completed in 58 and 39 races in its two innings, the extras are the top scorer at 12 and the match is completed in 3 days with the Chandigarh colts defeating Mizoram by an entry and 603 runs in a Cooch behar Trophy match at Jadavpur University in Kolkata on Sunday, the biggest margin of victory in Indian domestic cricket.
The previous record was maintained by Assam. They had defeated Tripura by tickets and 472 runs in 1991-92. Ranji Trophy .
“Thank you for informing me that we have created a record. I had no idea about that, ”Chandigarh's coach Ravi Kant Sharma told TOI by phone. It is a team game and we were at our best dominant moment. We put a massive total on the board and that helped us achieve this victory, ”he said.
Chandigarh declared his first entries in 700 for 9 in 143.1 overs. Chiragvir Dhindsa (253) added a huge 363 run support for the third gate with Surya Narayan Yadav (157). Aurka Das (11) was the only batter who crossed the double-figure mark for Mizoram. For Chandigarh, Sehbaaz Singh (4/9) was the chief destroyer. He was skillfully supported by Rajangad Bawa (2/4) and Amit Shukla (2/9). Sarthak Saharan (1/5) also participated.
Chandigarh ponies that play their inaugural season on the domestic circuit are having an impressive start. They had reached the quarterfinals of the Mankad came Trophy, losing to Uttar Pradesh for 24 races. Reflecting on the season so far, Chandigarh coach U-19 said: “It has been pretty good. Yes, that loss against Uttar Pradesh still hurts us, but we have shown that we are not helpless. Our main goal is to play in the elite group next season.
Chandigarh U-19 1st entry : 700 to 9 in 143.1 overs (Chiragvir Dhindsa 253, Surya Narayan Yadav 157, Akshit Rana 87; Sahil Reza 4/102, Priyansh 2/145)
Mizoram U-19 first entries : 58 all in 34.2 overs (Aurka Das 15; Rajangad Bawa 5/12, Sehbaaz Singh 2/9, Yuvraj Chaudhary 2/13)
Mizoram U-19 2nd tickets : 39 all in 23.2 overs (Aurka Das 11; Sehbaaz Singh 4/9, Rajangad Bawa 2/4, Amit Shukla 2/9)