On the eve of the IPL-12 auction, Mumbai all-round Shivam Dube hit a swashbuckling 60-ball 76 as Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha managed to trounce Railways away from home on the final day of the sixth round of matches. Here are the major takeaways from today’s matches.Mumbai settle for high-scoring draw

After taking a 29-run first innings lead over Baroda, Mumbai opted for some batting practice at the Wankhede Stadium on Monday. Half-centuries by Shivam Dube, Shubham Ranjane and Eknath Kerkar helped the home side post 307/7 declared on the final day.

Baroda’s Hardik Pandya, returning from injury, bowled just four more overs on the final day to finish with figures of 2/21 in 10 overs.

Mayank fifty in exciting Karnataka chase

Karnataka opener Mayank Agarwal, who was called up for India team for the third and fourth Test against Australia, scored 53 off 57 balls but his side failed to chase down a 173-run target against Gujarat in 27 overs.

Medium-pacer Ronit More and off-spinner Krishnappa Gowtham picked up four wickets each to give Karnataka a fighting chance to win the match in Surat after bundling out Gujarat for 345.

Sarwate six-for in Vidarbha win

Vidarbha left-arm spinner Aditya Sarwate scalped 6 for 43 to spin the Ranji champions to a 118-run win over Railways at the Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi.

Chasing 243 for win, the home side Railways were bundled out for 124 with No. 10 batsman Manjeet Singh top-scoring with 34.

Saurashtra ease to victory

Saurashtra eased to a five-wicket win over Maharashtra in an away tie in Nasik. Chasing 117 to win, Harvik Desai (44) and Arpit Vasavada (28) ensured the visitors reached their target without any hiccups.

Brief Scores:

Kerala 320 beat Delhi 139 & 154 (f/o) by an innings and 27 runs

Rajasthan 135 & 148 beat Odisha 111 & 137 by 35 runs

Jammu & Kashmir 161 & 205 beat Haryana 145 & 91 by 130 runs

Sikkim 332 & 170 bt Mizoram 161 & 236 by 105 runs

Saurashtra 398 & 120/5 bt Maharashtra 247 & 267 (f/o) by five wickets

Mumbai 465 & 307/7d drew with Baroda 436

Vidarbha 331 & 147 bt Railways 236 & 124 by 118 runs

Andhra Pradesh 173 & 284 lost to Himachal Pradesh 460 by an innings and 3 runs

Bengal 336 & 49/1 drew with Hyderabad 312

Tamil Nadu 215 & 383/6 drew with Punjab 479

Assam 211 & 256 lost to Services 396 & 75/0 by 10 wickets

Jharkhand 354 & 213/5d drew with Uttar Pradesh 243 & 174/1

Nagaland 207 & 467/7 drew with Uttarakhand 557

First Published: December 17, 2018, 5:52 PM IST