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    October 13, 2005

    Robin Uthappa's blitz carries India B into final

    Robin Uthappa probably played the innings of his life and got his team, India B, into the finals of the Challenger Trophy where they will meet the seniors side.

    India B defeated India A by 7 wickets with more than 11 overs to spare. Although all three teams ended up level on games won, India B got bonus points for winning within 40 overs while India Seniors had managed to extract a point from their loss to the A side.

    Thanks to Laxman's hundred and Raina's 97, India A put up a challenging 260 on the board. But with Uthappa on song, 75 more runs would perhaps still not have been enough for India A.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 6:36 PM |
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