Ranji Trophy: Himachal Pradesh register easy 8-wkt win over Tripura

Updated: 09 November 2013 18:23 IST

Bipul returned with impressive figures of four for 30, while Dhawan picked up three wickets for 38 runs to bowl Tripura out for 188 in their second essay after the hosts resumed the day at 93 for one.

Ranji Trophy: Himachal Pradesh register easy 8-wkt win over Tripura

Agartala:

Left-arm spinner Bipul Sharma and Rishi Dhawan shone with the ball before Prashant Chopra struck a classy unbeaten fifty to guide Himachal Pradesh to an easy eight-wicket win over Tripura on the third and penultimate day of a Group C Ranji Trophy match, here on Saturday.


Bipul returned with impressive figures of four for 30, while Dhawan picked up three wickets for 38 runs to bowl Tripura out for 188 in their second essay after the hosts resumed the day at 93 for one.

Barring opener KB Pawan (86), who added 30 runs to his overnight score, no other Tripura batsmen made significant contributions as the hosts were bundled out in 77.2 overs.

Chasing a modest 144 runs for an outright win, Chopra made a fluent 84 off 104 balls and together with Sangram Singh (32) shared 89 runs for the opening wicket to lay the foundation for the chase which was completed in 35.2 overs.

Chopra decorated his unbeaten knock with seven boundaries and six hits over the fence.

Abhinav Bali (20) was the other not out batsmen at the crease for Himachal.

Brief Scores:

Tripura: 141 & 188 all out in 77.2 overs (K B Pawan 86, Bipul Sharma 4/30, Rishi Dhawan 3/48).

Himachal Pradesh: 186 & 144 for two in 35.2 overs (Prashant Chopra 84 not out; Manisankar Murasingh 1/21).



Topics : Cricket Virat Kohli Paul Valthaty Vikram Solanki Irfan Pathan Wasim Jaffer Himachal Pradesh
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