When Mumbai lost their first match of the Ranji season to Jammu & Kashmir, the result was hailed as a giant upset. That outcome was seen as an aberration. The adjective — 40-time champions — was thrown about. Surely khadoos Mumbai, would find a ... Indian Express, 3 days ago
Shardul Thakur finished with figures of 6 for 59 to help Mumbai bowl out Railways for 242 at the Karnail Singh Stadium. (Source: Express Photo by Ravi Kannojia) With the weather and outfield conditions having ruled out nearly the entire first two ...Indian Express, 4 days ago
Mumbai lose three early wickets, face a daunting task of overhauling Rlys' first innings score. Aditya Tare lay flat on the ground. Railways wicketkeeper Mahesh Rawat had disturbed the stumps. Umpire Nand Kishore had signalled for the third umpire, ...Mumbai Mirror, 4 days ago
NEW DELHI: Poor weather condition robbed almost an entire day's play in the second round Ranji Trophy cricket tournament encounter between Railways and Mumbai as only 8.2 overs action was possible. Railways were in a spot of bother at 25 for two ...Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 6 days ago Ranji Trophy: Poor weather mars Railways vs Mumbai tie Mid Day, 6 days ago Railways 25/2 vs Mumbai as play abandoned due to bad light Business Standard India, 6 days ago
Bengal pacer Ashok Dinda intimidated the batsmen with a four-wicket burst before Karnataka staged a recovery to be 237/7 on a curtailed day 1 of their Group A Ranji Trophy fixture at the Eden Gardens. Dinda (4/50) and Veer Pratap Singh (3/45) utilised the early morning moisture and light breeze to perfection as they reduced Karnataka to 69/5 with a fine display of seam bowling after Laxmi Ratan Shukla put the visitors in. But the duo did not get enough support from veteran Shib Shankar Paul as ...Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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