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PALAKKAD: A fighting knock by Jineesh Mohanan (88) carried host Kerala to respectability at stumps against Himachal Pradesh on the opening day of the C.K. Nayadu under-22 cricket match at the Fort Maidan here on Monday.
Electing to bat after winning the toss, the host lost wickets at regular intervals and were in danger of being bowled out on a track which was helping the slow bowlers.
However, Jineesh figured in a crucial century stand with Deepak Murali (35) that saw Kerala recover from a precarious 145 for six to 245 before it lost three quick wickets for just six runs. Kerala ended the day at 251 for nine off 92 overs.
H.P. Singh (four for 86) was the most successful bowler for HP and he was complimented by skipper S.Varma (three for 43).
Kerala 251 for nine (Jineesh Mohanan 88, Deepak Murali 35, H.P.Singh four for 86, S.Varma three for 43). — Principal Correspondent
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