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Goalkeeper batsman Ishan Kishan and captain Hanuma Vihari each scored 50 points, scoring India A with 229 points to 6 points, in response to South Africa A’s 268 points, on the second day of the third unofficial test held on Tuesday. Go all out on the stump. At the end of the game, Keshan hit 86 out of 141 goals with the help of 12 boundaries and a six-pointer, while Vihari scored 63 goals out of 170, during which time he hit six. Four pointers and one over the fence. In addition to the duo, Abimanyu Isvalan scored 28 points in the opening game, while Safaraz Khan scored 14 points.
The opening game Prithvi Shaw and devdutt Padikkal failed to meet expectations and only scored 5 and 8 points respectively.
Right-arm mid-speed player Lutho Sipamla is the first choice of the South African A team’s bowler, with 63 shots with 3 points, while Migael Pretorius (1/27), Marco Jansen (1/43) and Senuran Muthusamy (1/54) each wicket.
India A still trails South Africa A by 39 times.
Earlier, the South African A team restarted with 7 points of 249 points overnight, adding only 19 points to the last three wickets, and was eliminated in their first game with 268 points.
In the opening match, Sarel Erwee scored the highest score for the South African A team with a 75-year-old patient, and Tony de Zorzi (58) and Khaya Zondo (56) also played each for half a century.
Right-arm pacemaker Deepak Chahar scored 45 4 points in the Indian A team game, while Navdeep Saini scored three wickets in 51 games.
The left arm spinner Saurabh Kumar (Saurabh Kumar) also won two wickets with 52 runs.
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