to a catch in Agarkar's next over to dismiss Bhille. Pawar had dropped two catches yesterday and had made amends later to dismiss the same batsmen.
Parag Madkaikar, who came into bat after Bangar departed, returned to the pavilion seven overs later. He was caught at forward short-leg by Pawar off the bowling of Ramesh Powar.
Mumbai took two wickets in each session, and Railways scored 98, 99 and 97 runs to their total in the three sessions, respectively. Railways attacked Powar and scored 129 runs off his bowling.