India A vs New Zealand A: Shubman Gill's unbeaten century puts visitors in strong position on third day of second unofficial Test
Opening the batting along side skipper Hanuma Vihari (59), Gill scored his runs off 153 balls with the help of 13 boundaries and one six to help India A pile up 234/1 in 53 overs.
India A vs New Zealand A: Visitors left with uphill task to save first 'Test' after hosts pile up mammoth first innings total on third day
At the close of play, India A's Priyank Panchal and Shubman Gill were batting on 67 and 33, respectively.
India A vs New Zealand A: Krunal Pandya, Ishan Kishan's efforts go in vain as hosts clinch series-levelling win in second unofficial ODI
India A's top-order batsmen failed to convert their starts into big scores as New Zealand A won the second unofficial ODI by 29 runs and restored parity in the three-match series on Friday.
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Prithvi Shaw will join the India A squad in New Zealand in the next 48 hours, having recovered from the shoulder injury he sustained during a Ranji Trophy game last week.
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India A vs New Zealand A: Teams share series honours after incessant rain washes out Day 4 of third unofficial Test
The third unofficial Test between India A and New Zealand A ended in a draw after the fourth and final day of the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain in Whangarei.
India A vs New Zealand A: Hamish Rutherford's ton helps hosts post strong response after visitors declare on 467/8
Parthiv Patel top-scored with 94 before India A declared at 467 for eight, but their bowlers struggled in the face of New Zealand's strong response in the unofficial first Test at Mount Maunganui on Saturday.
India A's Karn Sharma, Shardul Thakur star with bat to pip New Zealand A by 3 wickets; clinch series 3-0
Karn Sharma anchored the innings in the company of Shahbaz Nadeem to take the hosts past the finishing line
New Zealand's Glenn Phillips and Todd Astle set for an ODI debut as – Matt Henry, Henry Nicholls, Colin Munro and George Worker – are the six members added to the squad for the limited over series against India
Spinners Karn Sharma and Shahbaz Nadeem wreaked havoc as India A thrashed New Zealand A by an innings and 26 runs to win the two-match unofficial 'Test' series 2-0
India A were 33 for 1 at stumps. Although it's a day match as the stadium doesn't have floodlights, pink ball is being used on an experimental basis.
Pink ball will be used in the second unofficial Test between India A and New Zealand A, starting Saturday, but it will not be a day-night affair.
The New Zealand side's inability to play spin bowling again came to the fore as Karn Sharma and Shahbaz Nadeem took 8 and lost the match by an innings and 31 runs
In response to New Zealand's 147, India scored 320 courtesy Iyer, Ravikumar Samarth (54 off 100) and Rishabh Pant (67 off 41) after resuming the day at 71 for two.
The decision to drop Duleep Trophy was unilaterally taken by a top BCCI official, contrary to decisions taken by the technical committee headed by Ganguly.
Chasing a stiff 291-run target, the Indians suffered a top-order collapse before all-rounder Menaria scored a quickfire 69 off 52 balls that included two fours and eight sixes.
Menaria weaved his magic at the Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy stadium to return with figures of 10-0-38-5 to help India A dismiss New Zealand A for 216 in 47.2 overs.
India A began well as Kulkarni quickly sent back senior team opener Neil Broom (0), who edged an outswinger from the Mumbaikar straight into the gloves of CM Gautham.
The day belonged to 18-year-old Zol, who hit 19 boundaries in his 153-ball knock.
New Zealand were in trouble at one point with the scoreboard reading 106 for six before Ronchi's swift counter-attacking knock of 125 off only 110 balls changed the course of the New Zealand A innings at the Port Trust Stadium.