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Col CK Nayudu Trophy: Chandigarh holds Maharashtra to 280 runs thanks to three wickets each from Amit Shukla and Nishunk Birla

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<p>On the first day of the Col CK Nayudu Trophy match at the Sector 16 cricket venue, Chandigarh managed to limit Maharashtra at 280 runs with three wickets apiece from Amit Shukla and Nishunk Birla.</p>
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<p>After winning the toss, Maharashtra captain AS Nalavade decided to bat first. The visitors lost three wickets and were reduced to 59 runs as a result of the misplaced judgment. Aniruddha Sabale (9) and opener AS Dharmadhikari could only muster 18 runs before the latter was trapped in front of the wickets by Raj Angad Bawa. After becoming the victim of Harshit, Dharmadhikari (11) was the next to perish, and Shukla managed to capture SA Veer (19).</p>
<p>After that, captain Nalavade assumed leadership and, with the help of HA Kate, steadied the innings by establishing a fourth-wicket partnership of 95 runs. Shukla bowled Nalavade when he was at 59 (off 117 balls, four boundaries, and a six). After this wicket, the visitors’ batting collapsed once again as Birla dispatched AA Pawar (0), Vicky Ostwal (10) and RS Hadke (12) to the pavilion, disrupting the Maharashtra innings. Shukla’s third target, Prathamesh Gawade (0), brought the side down to 212 runs for eight wickets.</p>
<p>But AR Nishad gave Kate some help to finish his 150 off 230 balls, which included 21 boundaries and a six. The scoreboard read 279/9 after Kate and Nishad had a 67-run partnership for the ninth wicket, with Neel Dhaliwal claiming the former to have scored more. On the opening day, Bawa got the wicket of AS Tanpure to conclude the Maharashtra innings. Nishad scored one run off of 48 balls and stayed undefeated.</p>


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