Prateek Jain's (4/14) four-fer saw Railways being reduced to 98/6 against Karnataka in Delhi. Skipper Arindam Ghosh was batting on 32 when stumps were drawn for the day.
A four-fer by Siddharth Desai (4/40) and Roosh Kalaria's 3/31 saw hosts Gujarat wrapping up Vidarbha for just 142. Later, Gujarat were 88/1 at stumps in Surat.
Three wickets each by Rituraj Singh and Aniket Choudhary saw the entire Hyderabad side back in the pavilion putting on a mere 171 runs in their first innings against Rajasthan, who were 2/0 at stumps on Day 1.
Jaydev Unadkat's 6/34 saw Baroda succumbing at just 154 in their first essay against Saurashtra, who however, lost wickets in the same fashion after ending the day at 114/6 and trail by 40 runs in Vadodra.
In Elite Group C matches, Manoj Ingale's 6/34 helped Maharashtra bundle out minnows Tripura for 121 runs in Agartala before the visitors closed the day at 127/5 with skipper Ankit Bawne and Vishant More batting on 39 and 30 runs respectively.
Some satisfactory top-order show saw hosts Odisha reaching 215/3 at the close of play against Assam in Cuttack. For the visitors, Ranjit Mali picked up a couple of wickets conceding 51 runs.
Some quality bowling helped Haryana wrap up Uttarakhand for just 109 runs in their first essay in Dehradun. However, the hosts hit back in the same style as they rode Agrim Tiwari's four-fer to reduce Haryana to 50/5 when the day ended.
Jharkhand's Rahul Shukla's 6/76 had at one time reduced the Services to 155/7. However, a gritty 38 by Pulkit Narang and Raushan Raj, who both remain unbeaten, saw the day ending at 232/8 in Delhi.
Skipper Harpreet Singh's 116 helped Chhattisgarh close the first day at 270/4 in Jammu.
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