Different match but the script remains the same. At the end of the first day's play against Himachal Pradesh, Railways were 238/4, just three short of the 241/4 they'd put up on the first day of the first game against Tamil Nadu.
And for reaching that score, they need to thank TP Singh, who made a brilliant 102, studded with four sixes and 12 fours. TP, however, squandered his wicket just before the draw of stumps.
Yere Goud has worked himself into form and is still at the crease on 48 (131 balls). For Himachal, except for Sarandeep Singh, who claimed all the four wickets to fall, no one looked good enough to trouble the home batsmen, who looked good but somehow couldn't continue. TP Singh, however, looked in firm control. He played delectable cuts, stepped out to clear the fence and reached his ton with a six over extra-cover.