In the Ranji Trophy match played at Mangaldai in Assam, Meghalaya resumed day three on 15/1 chasing Chandigarh’s mammoth 455/9 declared.
Meghalaya lost their second wicket in the fourth over of the day and really struggled to build partnerships.
Only the three guest-professionals Punit Bisht (84), Sanjay Yadav (21) and Ravi Teja (11) managed to get into double figures as Meghalaya were dismissed for 148.
Still trailing by over 300 runs, Chandigarh enforced the follow-on and skittled Meghalaya for 118 to win by an innings and 189 runs.
Bisht made another half-century.
In the U-19 Cooch Behar Trophy match held in Tezpur, Goa won by 10 wickets.
The second day began with Goa on 126/5, 28 runs behind Meghalaya’s first innings score of 154.
Goa were only able to put on another 76 runs for their remaining wickets, with Aryan Borah finishing with 5/44, Abhishek Kumar 3/31 and Sudhir Sahani 1/23.
This gave Goa a lead of only 48 runs, but they then turned in a fantastic bowling performance to uproot Meghalaya for just 53.
That set Goa a target of six runs to win, which they accomplished in less than an over.
Meanwhile, the U-23 side have an uphill battle still to go against Bihar.
In the Col C K Nayudu Trophy, hosts Bihar resumed on 284/5 on the second day in Patna and were finally dismissed for 489.
Elchiang Ch Momin was the pick of the Meghalaya bowlers, finishing with a six-wicket haul (6/106).
Batting, however, was a struggle and Meghalaya were dismissed for just 99, still 390 behind.
The umpires called stumps at the fall of the last Meghalaya wicket and Bihar will surely make the visitors follow-on on Sunday.