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Ton-up Boopathi, Badrinath put TN U-19 in command  

After Athish and Sachin cracked tons on Tuesday, Badri and Boopathi tormented the Goa attack by sending them on a leather hunt.

Published: 09th December 2021 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th December 2021 09:43 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Centuries by A Badrinath (145 n.o.) and M Boopathi Vaishna Kumar (169) put Tamil Nadu in command as they declared at a mammoth 559 for 4 against Goa on the third day of the Cooch Behar Trophy U-19 tournament at Surat. In reply, Goa were 104 for 2 in 37 overs in their second essay at stumps, trailing by 204 runs. After Athish and Sachin cracked tons on Tuesday, Badri and Boopathi tormented the Goa attack by sending them on a leather hunt. The duo raised 280 runs for the third wicket. Brief scores: Goa 251 & 104/2 (Yadav 34) vs TN 559/4 decl. (Badrinath 145 n.o., Boopathi 169).

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