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Updated: July 24, 2013 00:47 IST

Rahul slams 162 as KSCA XI piles it on

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K.L. Rahul. File Photo
K.L. Rahul. File Photo

A fine 162 by opener K.L. Rahul set KSCA XI on course for a big score on the opening day of its Safi Darashah Trophy clash with Goa CA.

Rahul’s knock (240b, 22x4, 3x6), and a 197-run stand he built with Ganesh Satish (91), helped the home side reach 334 for three at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Tuesday.

Jagadeesh excels

Elsewhere in the city, Rahul Tewatia and Ashish Hooda took seven for 86 between them as Haryana CA dismissed Odisha CA for 194.

Another ton from V.A. Jagadeesh led Kerala CA to a handsome total over KSCA President’s XI.

In Mysore, a responsible, unbeaten 60 by skipper Karun Nair saw KSCA Secretary's XI finish on a comfortable note at 138 for one over Andhra CA on a rain-interrupted first day.

The scores:

At Bangalore: KSCA XI 334 for three in 86.1 overs (K.L. Rahul 162, Ganesh Satish 91, Manish Pandey 28 n.o., C.M. Gautam 27 n.o., Sayyed Baddiuzzamma three for 39) vs Goa CA.

Jharkhand CA 243 for five in 90.2 overs (Vishal Singh 100 n.o., Saurabh Tiwary 79) vs Rajasthan CA.

KSCA Colts 253 for six in 92.4 overs (Abhishek Reddy 105, K.V. Siddharth 81 n.o., Jayesh Odedara three for 35) vs Saurashtra CA.

CA of Bengal 270 for seven in 87.2 overs (Sandipan Das 91, Sudip Chatterjee 39, Savansekar Monpal 31, Arindam Das 29) vs Tripura CA.

Odisha CA 194 in 71.4 overs (Govind Podder 100, Rahul Tewatia four for 51, Ashish Hooda three for 35) vs Haryana CA 68 for two in 22 overs (Abhimanyu 31 n.o., Rahul Dalal 28 n.o.).

Kerala CA 304 for three in 98 overs (V.A. Jagadeesh 101, Nikhilesh Surendran 93, Rohan Prem 53) vs KSCA President’s XI.

At Mysore: KSCA Secretary’s XI 138 for one in 47 overs (Karun Nair 60 n.o., Arjun Hoysala 35 n.o., Mayank Agarwal 30) vs Andhra CA.

Assam CA 132 for five in 45.5 overs (Avijit Singha Roy 30 n.o., Parviz Aziz 29) vs Baroda CA.

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