Put into bat, Gujarat posted 171 for six with Patel scoring the runs at a brisk pace. The wicketkeeper-batsman struck two sixes and six fours in his knock and was well supported by Venugopal Rao, who made a 27-ball 47.
The duo stitched a partnership of 80 runs for the third wicket to help their side post a big total.
Chasing a stiff target of 172, Maharashtra were bundled out for just 109 with almost three overs left.
Maharashtra got off to the worst possible start as they lost three wickets in the second over.
Jasprit Bumrah castled India under-19 skipper Vijay Zol and Rahul Tripathi, while Harshad Khadiwale was run out in the same over and Maharashtra found themselves at three for three.
Maharashtra never recovered from the early jolt and were further reduced to 59 for 7.
Srikanth Mundhe made a breezy 42 off 26 balls to steer his team closer to the three digit mark. Maharashtra skipper Kedar Jadhav was the other main contributor for the team with a 22.
For Gujarat, Bumrah, Akshar Patel and Rohit Dahiya picked up two wickets each.


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