Vidarbha’s left-arm orthodox spinner, Aditya Sarwate was named as the Man of the Match.
Tag: Ranji Trophy
Patna: Bihar Ranji cricket captain Ashutosh Aman, a 32-year-old slow left-arm orthodox spinner has become the highest wicket taker in a single season of Ranji trophy. He created history by surpassing a 44-year-old record of former India captain and legendary left-arm spinner Bishan Singh Bedi. Aman eclipsed Bedi’s record when he[Read More…]
New Delhi: The Group B Ranji Trophy match between Delhi and Andhra, which is also the last match of veteran batsman Gautam Gambhir, ended in a dull draw at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium here on Sunday. Resuming the day at 409/7 in their first innings, Delhi were bowled out[Read More…]
In a Ranji encounter between Madhya Pradesh and Hyderabad, the 21-year-old MP opener, Ajay Rohera scored an unbeaten 267. With the knock that included 21 fours and five six, Rohera set a new record for the highest ever score in a first-class debut. The MP lad bettered the 25-year-old record[Read More…]
Gautam Gambhir, senior Indian batsman and former Indian opener, who is playing his last match ahead of his retirement, which he had announced recently through an emotional video uploaded on his social account. The two time ICC World Cup winner for the country is all set to take retirement from[Read More…]
The 37-year-old, who had played his last game representing India back in 2016 against England.
Delhi’s toxic air is once again in the news and today’s incident has further hampered Delhi’s image. The site of high pollution levels has been noted in two of the most prestigious Indian tournaments, Ranji Trophy and the Indian Super League. On the inaugural day of this session of Ranji[Read More…]
As the northeast states gear up for their Ranji Trophy debut, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) extends its help to the state associations with resources, infrastructure and friendly advices for successful introduction in the series. The new associations are being advised to opt and hunt for local[Read More…]
In a historic moment, Parthiv Patel led his team Gujarat to a maiden Ranji Trophy after beating Mumbai by five wickets in Indore. Gujarat beat defending champions who have 41 titles to their name. Needing 312 runs to win, Gujarat started their innings on the final day at 47/0 with[Read More…]
Delhi batsman Rishabh Pant scored the fastest century in the history of India’s first class cricket. Batting against Jharkhand, Pant achieved his century off just 48 balls and broke the previous record of 56 balls held by two cricketers. He had scored 117 off 106 balls in the first innings.[Read More…]