BOMBAY: Skipper Sanjay Manjrekar compiled the highest individual score for Bombay in the Ranji trophy with a monumental and blemish less innings of 377 to place the hosts in an impregnable position in their chairman challenge semi-final against Hyderabad here Thursday.

At stumps on the second day of the five-day tic Bombay resuming at the overnight first innings score of 323 for three wickets had notched up their highest-ever total of 807 for six wickets in the national championship.

The unbeaten batsmen at the end of a frustrating day under the hot sun for Hyderabad whose bowling was mercilessly slaughtered by Manjrekar Tendulkar (70) Vinod Kambli (126) Chandrakant Pandit (36) and Kulkarni (34).

Article extracted from this publication >> May 3, 1991