Mumbai face target of 351 runs to win CK Naidu semifinal
Nashik: Maharashtra were all out 298 in 111 overs and gave 351 runs target to Mumbai to win Col C K Naidu Cricket Trophy under 22 semi-final match on the third day at the Anant Kanhere grounds on Saturday.
Maharashtra resumed their second innings at 74 for the loss of two wickets with Rohan Bhosale not out 26 and Dhawal Hemnani not out 1.
Rohan Bhosale hit a brilliant century and scored 150 including 24 fours and faced 335 balls. He also made 50-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Ganesh Kukade in 138 balls.
He also made 100-run partnership with Kukade before Bhosale was out caught by Swapnil Salvi of the bowling of Gaurav Jathar.
Mumbai bowlers Aquib Shaikh, Nadim Mehandi, Pankaj Jaiswal and Kaustubh Pawar took two wickets each.
Chasing a huge target of 351 runs, Mumbai were 37 for no loss in seven overs when stumps were drawn for the day with Swapnil Salvi not 20 and Kaustubh Pawar not 12 at the crease.