Rajkot, Jan 7 (PTI) Maharashtra batsman Ankit Bawane scored a century before his bowlers picked up three wickets quickly to leave Saurashtra struggling at 94 for 3 on the second day of Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match today. Maharashtra made 519 ... Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago
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Ina team that has been investing in youngsters in the recent years, a young Swapnil Gugale was a rarity, someone who had to wait long to play for Maharashtra. It wasn't that he wasn't scoring runs in junior cricket but since he was leading ...Indian Express, 1 week ago
Hubli: Robin Uthappa's 16th first-class century helped Karnataka take a big first-innings lead of 263 to take the home side to a strong position on second day of their Ranji Trophy Group A match against Jammu and Kashmir.Uthappa (156), who failed to make the cut for India's World Cup squad, stitched a 177-run partnership for the fifth-wicket with Chidhambaram Gautam (80) as Karnataka declared at 423 for nine in reply to Jammu and Kashmir's 160 all out at KSCA Hubli Cricket Ground.The visitors ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
East Zone's Manoj Tiwary plays a shot during his knock of 75 against West Zone in the Deodhar Trophy final at the Wankhede stadium, in Mumbai, on Wednesday. Photograph: Santosh Hirlekar/PTI Manoj Tiwary led from the front with a sparkling half-century and veteran pacer Ashok Dinda claimed four wickets as East Zone outclassed West by 24 runs to win the Deodhar Trophy Zonal One-Day Tournament, in Mumbai, on Wednesday. - Scorecard East captain Tiwary continued his good recent form as he ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Yusuf Pathan to lead West in Deodhar Trophy Business Standard India, 2 months ago Yusuf Pathan to Lead West Zone in Deodhar Trophy NDTV, 2 months ago
Rajasthan suffered the ignominy of being bowled out for a paltry 35 against Railways in a Central Zone leg match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, in Nagpur, on Tuesday. Railways needed just 5.3 overs, losing a solitary wicket, to hit up the required runs. The match, at the old Vidarbha Cricket Association ground at the Civil Lines, lasted just 21 overs. This is the second lowest score by a team in the history of India's domestic one-day competition. The lowest score in List ‘A’ in India ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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