Mohammed Siraj claimed another five-wicket haul, helping India A claim an emphatic victory by an innings and 30 runs against South Africa A despite valiant batting efforts by Rudi Second and Shaun von Berg on day four of the first unofficial Test in
A spectacular and unbeaten double century by Mayank Agarwal and a hundred from Prithvi Shaw powered India A into the lead on a dominant second day of the first unofficial Test against South Africa A in Bengaluru on Sunday.
Half-centuries by Ravikumar Samarth and Karun Nair saw them lead India A to a six-wicket victory against the South Africa A team on Day Four of the second and last Cricket South Africa (CSA) Four-Day series in Potchefstroom on Tuesday.
Opening batsmen, Ravikumar Samarth and Sudip Chatterjee shared a 106-run partnership, giving India A a solid foundation in response to the South Africa A teams 322-run, first innings total on day two of the second and last four-day match in Potchefstroom on Sunday.
The South Africa A team's second encounter against India A ended in nail-biting fashion, with the latter eventually clinching victory by one wicket in match five of the One-Day Triangular Series at Assupol Tuks Oval in Pretoria on Thursday.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board has accepted Cricket South Africa's (CSA) invitation to replace Australia A in the triangular series against South Africa A and India A to be played later this month.