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Jharkhand ended day 1 at 200/9 against Kerala, Jalaj Saxena picks 6

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 6 (UNI) Off-spinner Jalaj Saxena's brilliant six-wicket haul checks Jharkhand's strong batting lineup on the opening day of the four-day Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match against Kerala here today.

Jalaj Saxena struck early gave a promising start for the hosts and left Jharkhand reeling at 48 for 4, after Jharkhand won and opted for batting.

Talented youngster Ishan Kishan impressed with 45 runs before he was departed.

The middle order have taken Jharkhand to a respectable score.

The day ended in 71 overs after rain delayed the start of the match and bad light stopped play earlier.

Brief scores : First Innings
Jharkhand 200/9 in 71 overs (Ishan Kishan 45)
Wickets : Jalaj Saxena 6-50

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