X close
X close

Agarwal's triple ton lights up Karnataka's chances vs Maharashtra in Ranji match

by Sahir Usman Nov 03, 2017 • 20:26 PM

Pune, Nov 3 - Karnataka batsman Mayank Agarwal's maiden First Class triple century was the lone highlight of the third day's action of the Ranji Trophy round four as the tourists found them in a commanding position against Maharashtra here on Friday.

Agarwal, who was unbeaten on 219 on Thursday, notched up an unbeaten 304 off 494 balls that included 28 fours and four sixes to guide Karnataka to 628/5 declared at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium here. 

The 26-year-old Agarwal had put on 259 for the opening wicket with R Samarth (129) on the second day before joining forces with Karun Nair to add 279. Nair, who was not out on 56 overnight, struck a century of his own, finishing with 116. 

Maharashtra, in reply, ended the day on 135/4 with Ruturaj Dasharath Gaikwad and Rahul Tripathi on the crease.

Delhi-UP Ranji tie halted as man drives into pitch

Also Read: Preview: India vs New Zealand 2nd T20I


Read More