India A 467 for 5 (Gill 136, Rahane 101*, Vijay Shankar 66, Vihari 59, Pujara 53, Nuttall 2-98) drew with New Zealand A386 for 9 dec (Mitchell 103*, Phillips 65, Cleaver 53, Warrier 2-50)
Ajinkya Rahane warmed up nicely for the upcoming two-Test series against New Zealand with his 33rd first-class century, an innings of 101 not out in close to four hours, as India A batted out the 56-and-a-half overs on the final day in Lincoln to draw the game, which had lost the whole of the second day to rain.
New Zealand had earlier declared on 386 for 9 after Daryl Mitchell got to his century, and the Indians responded with 467 for 5, the match called off as soon as Rahane got to his century with a boundary off Glenn Phillips. That left the two-match series level at 0-0, the first game, in Christchurch, having ended with honours even too.
The fourth day started with Shubman Gill on 107 and