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BCCI Staff in Mumbai 10 April 2014 - 05:10pm IST

Round-up: Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, April 10

UP beat Goa and lead Group A standings

Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi posted victories on the third day of the ongoing domestic T20 tournament. Here are the highlights of Day 3 of the ongoing Super League of the T20 tournament:

Group A

Goa vs UPCA: A comprehensive 48-run win against Goa gave UPCA four points from their match. Earlier, asked to bat first, M Dagar’s half-century, followed by P Gupta’s 46 and E Dwivedi’s 43, helped UPCA to 186 for three. Chasing the total, Goa were held down to 138 for six by the Praveen Kumar-led attack to bowl UPCA to a victory. Praveen claimed two wickets, while AS Rajpoot, AG Murtaza , PP Gupta and AD Nath picked a wicket each.

Group B

Kerala vs Rajasthan: Rajasthan posted a three-wicket win against Kerala in the ongoing T20 tournament, in Mumbai. Earlier, Sanju Viswanadh powered Kerala to 172 for three with a 39-ball 68. Meanwhile, R Prem complemented that knock with his 33-ball 48. Defending the competitive score, Kerala dealt early blows to reduce Rajasthan to five for two. But Rajesh Bishnoi (75) and Naresh Ghelot (42) helped their team achieve the target with a ball to spare.

Bengal vs Delhi: Delhi won a low-scoring Group B match against Bengal by seven wickets at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In the T20 Super League for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Delhi outplayed Bengal to clinch victory with six balls to spare. After their bowlers put Delhi in a commanding position by restricting the opposition to 119, the batsmen attained the target comfortably. Mohit Sharma’s 41, and Yogesh Nagar’s 20 off 11 balls later in the innings, helped the team from North Zone reach the target.

Group A

Haryana vs Gujarat: Haryana beat defending champions Gujarat by six wickets at the SCA stadium on Wednesday.

Earlier, Gujarat made 146/7 in their allotted quota of 20 overs. Haryana started their chase with a solid opening wicket partnership. Captain Rahul Dewan (36, 42b, 2x4) and Avi Barot (56, 37b, 8x4, 1x6) put on 94 runs for the first wicket. Barot, who represented Gujarat last season, looked in fine touch as he helped Haryana register a convincing win.