India 'A' match abandoned due to rain

Updated: 16 September 2008 09:02 IST

The second and final three-day match between India A and Australia A was on Thursday abandoned after overnight rains washed out the third day's play.

India 'A' match abandoned due to rain

Hyderabad:

The second and final three-day match between India A and Australia A was on Thursday abandoned after overnight rains washed out the third day's play without a ball being bowled, resulting in a drawn series.

The umpires inspected the ground at the Rajiv Gandhi International cricket stadium at 12.30 hours but for the second consecutive day the ground conditions remained unsuitable for play.

Only three hours play was possible on the first day due to wet outfield and poor light conditions while the remaining two days were completely washed out due to rains.

Australia made 82 runs for three wickets with Marcus North and George Balley not out on 14 and nine respectively.

The series opening match was also drawn in Bangalore.

Topics : Cricket
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