Shaw Hits 62, Vijay, Rahane Wailing vs New Zealand A

Mount Maunganui (New Zealand), November 16

Murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahane were released cheaply, but Prithvi Shaw and Hanuma Vihari were warming up on the Australian half-century test for India A against New Zealand in the first unofficial test.

On stage on the opening day, India 340/5 opens with Shaw (62), bamboo Hanum Vihari (86) and Parthive Patel (79 *) with occasional options. However, Vijay (28) and Rahane (12) have found that their defense has violated Blair Tickner and Doug Bracewell.

The Vihari form, which made its test debut against England with the half-year, was released on the last ball of the day. Vihari has reached eight boundaries during his stay in the middle, while Patel has so far found the fence ten times. Also in half-century was Mayank Agarwal (65), who came in No. 3. India And got a good lead Shaw and Vijay. Mumbaikar then added 50 sets for the second goal with Agarwale before being released by the slow left-hander, Theo van Woerkom. Vihari entered Agarwal in the middle and added 73 runs to the third goal until the Karnataka player was overwhelmed by the intermediate Blair Ticker. Shaw struck six boundaries and six in his 88-ball stay, while Agarwal hit ten four and two six.

Skipper Rahane did not last long, but duh Vihari and Patel put together a stand of 138 runes for the sixth goal to consolidate India's A position on the Bay Oval. Tickner was the most successful bowler for guests and ended the day with 2/48 in 15 overs. – PTI

Short results: India A: 340/5 (Vihari 85, Parthiv 79 *, Agarwal 65, Shaw 62, Tickner 2/48) vs New Zealand A

Armaan Jaffer will hit three times against Saurashtra

Mumbai: Armaan Jaffer blocked an unbeaten triple of Mumbai in the U-23 Col CK Nayudu Trophy against Saurashtra. A 20-year-old player who played three games of first-class games hit an unbeaten 300 of 367 balls, hitting 26 borders and 10 six. Jaffer's courtesy courtesy, Mumbai declared his first shifts at the 610/5 mammoth after defeating Saurashtra for 175 points in the first set. In the second trip, Saurashtra 157/4 was on a tire on the penultimate day of a four day match. Saurashtra runs on 278 runs. The knocking came at the right time for Jaffer because he recently made a murder after suffering a knee injury that kept him a year. "It was a special knocking because I want to go back to the Ranji Trophy team and I needed a big one. I did well in the last game but it fell to 80. This game was on the home ground so it was important to achieve great success," he said journalists. Army's Uncle Wasim Jaffer is a former Indian player. Jaffer was part of the India U-19 team at the World Cup in 2016. He was also part of Kings XI Punjab. – PTI

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