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Mumbai 126 for three

Lucknow Nov. 24. Bad light forced the umpires to call off the second day's play of the Ranji Trophy Elite group match between Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai, 15 minutes earlier at the K.D. Singh Babu Stadium here.

In reply to U.P.'s 205 runs, Mumbai scored 126 runs for the loss of three wickets. At the draw of stumps, Bhavin Thakkar (27) and Test discard Vinod Kambli (eight) were at the crease.

For Mumbai, Vinayak Mane and Wasim Jaffar laid a solid foundation scoring 50 runs for the opening wicket. Mediumpacer Praveen Gupta grabbed the first scalp clean bowling Mane on his individual score of 25.

The other opener Wasim Jaffar could not last long and became the second victim of Praveen giving a simple catch to Zaidi at covers when his individual score was 33.

Debutant mediumpacer R.P. Singh got his maiden Ranji wicket clean bowling Amol Mazumdar at the total of 115.

Earlier, U P added 36 more runs to their overnight total of 169. The highlight of the U.P.'s innings was an unbeaten 77 by Gyanendra Pandey.

Brief scores: Uttar Pradesh 205 (Suresh Raina 43, Gyanendra Pandey 77 not out; Swapnil Hazare three for 72) vs Mumbai 126 for three.

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