Jharkhand wrapped up a 10-wicket win against Hyderabad to secure their place in the knockouts. Resuming on 169 for 6, Hyderabad managed 267 on the back of B Anirudh's unbeaten 78. Jharkhand then chased down 27 in 3.4 overs with 10 wickets to spare ... The Echo Of India, 2 months ago
Defending champions Karnataka crashed out in the group stages of the Ranji Trophy after losing to Maharashtra by 53 runs in their final league encounter, in Pune, on Friday. Chasing 293 for victory, Karnataka were bowled out for 239 in their second innings and failed to make it to the knock-out round. Karnataka have been the dominant team in domestic cricket for the last few years, having won the Ranji Trophy the last two years. They finished fifth in the points table with two victories, a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Agartala: Tripura's batting failed to come good for a second successive time as Services beat the hosts by an innings and 62 runs on the fourth and final day of the Ranji Trophy Group C match here on Friday. Overnight 9 for 0 after being forced ...IBN Khabar, 2 months ago Ranji Trophy: Tripura forced to follow on against Services ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago
A summary of the third day's play in the Ranji Trophy matches at various venues across the country. Rajasthan scored a tense two-wicket victory over Odisha on Thursday to end a forgettable Ranji Trophy season on a high. 79 for two overnight and requiring another 152 runs to chase down a 230-run target, they managed to get over the line in low-scoring game. Fifties from Siddharth Dobal (52) and Puneet Yadav (59) came more than handy in the run-chase. Odisha had scored 151 and 129, while ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
IMAGE: Railways's Saurabh Waraskar celebrates against Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium on Tuesday. Photograph: PTI Baroda inflicted a massive innings and 116 runs defeat on Punjab on the back of an impressive pace bowling performance on the third day of their Ranji Trophy match at the Moti Bagh Stadium in Vadodara on Tuesday. The home team's bowlers, led by India discards Irfan Pathan and Munaf Patel, took 17 Punjab wickets, after the visiting side was asked to follow-on, and wrapped up the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Railways leg-spinner Karn Sharma took six wickets, including three off 12 balls, but Mumbai rode on opener Akhil Herwadkar's disciplined knock of 145 to take the first innings lead in their Group B Ranji Trophy match in Mumbai on Monday. Replying to Railways' paltry first innings total of 217, Mumbai ended Day 2 of the four-day encounter on 330 for 9, a lead of 113, on a Wankhede stadium track offering appreciable turn to the slow bowlers, indicated by the 28-year-old Sharma's impressive ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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