In the second day today of their second match against Sanghati, JCC took a mammoth 215 runs lead and the match ended up in a draw. With this JCC grabbed crucial 3 points from the match which take them to the top of the points table and also took them closer to win this ongoing title after they recently clinched the Club T20 Cricket tournament. On the other hand after playing so many well in this season Sanghati seemed to be scrambled a bit against this strong JCC side.

Also Nirupam Sen today proved his value with the bat as he scored 71 runs and taught a lesson to the selectors that he is a flawless batsman in the middle order whom they did not pick for the National events. Also all rounder Manisankar Murasingh continued his good form both with the bat and the ball and scored 56 while Kaushal Acharjee and Sujit Chandra Deb also chipped in with valuable runs and took JCC on their verge to win the second domestic tournament on the trot.

In their first innings Sanghati bundled out for a mere 221 runs while JCC ended day one on the score of 91/1. The second day simply belonged to Udiyan and Co and JCC outplayed Sanghati on this particular day and made 436 for the loss of 9 wickets. Sanghati captain was so helpless today as he used 10 bowlers to bowl on the day. Now JCC will face Sphulinga in their last match on June 8-9 as a good performance in that match will led them to the title of this tournament.

In the morning today at Polytechnic cricket ground, JCC started their first innings from the overnight score of 91/1. From the start of the day Udiyan Bose and Nirupam Sen showed no mercy to the bowlers and played shots all round the wicket. The duo put on 168 runs from just 225 balls as in the mean time Udiyan brought up his hundred from 134 balls with 10 fours and 6 sixes. Nirupam Sen also completed his fifty but went out on the score of 71 from 97 balls with 12 boundaries.

Nabajyoti Debnath (3) failed with the bat but that did not make any affect on Udiyan’s batting as he along with Manisankar Murasingh added 121 runs from just 119 balls. Manisankar went out after making 56 from 72 balls with 4 fours and 4 sixes while soon Udiyan Bose lost his concentration and missed a well deserved double century and went out on his individual score of 182 from 205 balls with 17 fours and 11 sixes. He did his job fantastically and took the team to top level.

The innings of JCC did not stop there as Kaushal Acharjee and Sujit Chandra Deb compiled the innings together and added another 84 runs from 136 balls. Sujit went out after scoring 49 from 78 balls with 8 fours. In the end JCC declared their innings on the score of 436/9 from 99 overs. Kaushal Acharjee remained unbeaten on 52 from 94 balls with 4 fours while Pranab Das stayed not out on 11. Due to draw JCC achieved crucial 3 points while Sanghati got just a point from the match.