- The 26-year-old Easwaran made 103 off 209 balls and hit 16 boundaries throughout his keep within the center.
- Panchal made 96 runs falling to left-arm spinner George Linde.
- Baba Aparajith and wicketkeeper Upendra Yadav are batting on 19 and 5 for India A.
Abhimanyu Easwaran compiled a stable hundred however skipper Priyank Panchal missed out on one by solely 4 runs as India A reached 308 for 4 in opposition to South Africa A earlier than dangerous gentle compelled an early stumps to the third day’s play within the first unofficial Take a look at right here.
The 26-year-old Easwaran made 103 off 209 balls and hit 16 boundaries throughout his keep within the center. Proper after attending to the three-figure mark, he was dismissed by fast-medium bowler Lutho Sipamla.
Panchal made 96 runs falling to left-arm spinner George Linde. India A skipper discovered the fence 14 instances throughout his 171-ball knock on the Mangaung Oval on Thursday.
Resuming the day on 125 for one in reply to South Africa A’s mammoth first-innings rating of 509 for seven declared, the Indians went alongside properly with the duo of Panchal and Easwaran placing on 142 runs for the second wicket.
Prithvi Shah had made a brisk 48 off 45 balls within the third night. Looking for to regain his place within the Indian Take a look at workforce after lacking out on choice for the continued two-match sequence in opposition to New Zealand, Hanuma Vihari nevertheless acquired out after getting his eye in, managing 25 off 53 balls earlier than changing into Linde’s second sufferer of the day.
When the stumps have been drawn with practically 30 overs left to be bowled within the day, Baba Aparajith and wicketkeeper Upendra Yadav have been batting on 19 and 5 respectively.
Regardless of Easwaran and Panchal’s large knocks, the guests nonetheless trailed the South Africans by 201 runs on the shut of play. Sipamla and Linde have been the South African bowlers to attain success, returning two wickets apiece.
South Africa A: 509 for 7 declared in 135.3 overs (Pieter Malan 163, Tony de Zorzi 117; Navdeep Saine 2/67, Arzan Nagwaswalla 2/75).
India A: 308 for 4 in 93.1 overs (Abhimanyu Easwaran 103, Priyank Panchal 96, Prithvi Shaw 48).