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Unbeaten 130 by Amol Shinde

HYDERABAD, JAN. 3. Century by Amol Shinde (130 batting, 219 balls, 19 x 4) and an unbroken 221-run stand for fourth wicket with P.S.S.Bharath Kumar (91 batting, 143 balls, 12 x 4) helped Hyderabad post a challenging 335 for three against Gujarat on the first day of the three-day Cooch Behar under-19 cricket tournament quarter-final at ECIL Grounds here today.

In another match, fine bowling by Mahesh (seven for 46) helped Tamil Nadu bundle out Railways for 190. It was a splendid effort by Mahesh as he triggered a virtual Railways collapse despite a 125-run stand between Jitendra Bhagel (73, 125 balls, 11 x 4) and Rakesh Mishra (74, 172 balls, 10 x 4) for the second wicket.

In reply, Tamil Nadu was 50 for no loss at close of play.

The scores (Quarterfinals):

At ECIL: Hyderabad 335 for three in 91 overs (D.B. Ravi Teja 51, Amol Shinde 130 batting, P.S.S. Bharath Kumar 91 batting) vs Gujarat.

At NFC: Railways 190 in 68.4 overs (Rakesh Mishra 74, Jitendra Baghel 73, Mahesh seven for 46) vs Tamil Nadu 50 for no loss in 14 overs.

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