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Ranji Trophy 2016: Maharashtra dominate Delhi with Swapnil Gugale-Ankit Bawne stand on Day 1
Indian Express

Ranji Trophy 2016: Maharashtra dominate Delhi with Swapnil Gug...

Swapnil Gugale leads the way with 152* and Ankit Bawne hits 120* as the duo put on 249 runs for the 3rd wicket. Ab push mat karna! Pair tight ho gaya hai! It was near the end of the day's play but Ankit Bawne, built like a boxer, with rippling ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

Meet India's most frequent Test watcher

Former Mumbai Ranji Trophy player Vasu Paranjpe may have not had the opportunity of playing for his country but he has followed cricket more intimately than most - from 1948-49 - when he watched his first Test at the Brabourne Stadium. Apart from ...
 ABC News4 weeks ago
The Hindu

Captaincy is not a bed of roses: Contractor

Nari Contractor also revealed that it was difficult to lead a side that had many seniors. Nari Contractor, who captained India from 1960 to 1962 in 12 Test matches against Pakistan, England and the West Indies, said circumstances reflect the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Aditya Tare and his band of stars flip the script

"Both (Shreyas Iyer and Siddhesh Lad) are top quality players and have been winning games for us over the last two seasons. I hope they are back with us soon. On the flip side, it's an opportunity for our younger and newer players to have a go in ...
 Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago

Is International pedigree required to make a national selector?

MSK Prasad India's new Chief Selector In 1989, 5 gentlemen sat huddled in a meeting room at Bombay, deciding on the fate of a 16-year-old boy, who had burst on the scene, since an explosive Ranji Trophy debut the year before. While he clearly ...
 Sportskeeda.com3 weeks ago

Vikrant Kumar killed in road accident

Vikrant Kumar, an Under-23 cricketer from Himachal Pradesh, died on Wednesday (September 28) night after meeting with an accident in Una. Born on September 24, 1993, he passed away four days after celebrating his 23rd birthday. He was in his car, ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago
Times of India

Kanpur's Green Park: Host of the 499th Test and India's 500

AHMADABAD: Kanpur's Green Park Stadium will host the 500th Test match played by an Indian cricket team, when Virat Kohli's side face New Zealand from September 22. Not many may know, but this same ground had hosted the 499th Test match in cricket's ...
 Times of India1 month ago A look at India's oldest living Test cricketer Dattajirao Gaekwad ahead of India's historic 500th Test  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago Meet D.K. Gaekwad, India's longest surviving link with its past  The Hindu1 month ago Virat Kohli, age, net worth, house, family, tattoos and everything you want to know about him  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago

Bhandari, Patil and Patankar -- them of the sprightly 80s

Someone visited me from England as they wanted to write a book about India's first-ever Test win in Chennai in 1952, recalls CD Gopinath. I told them since I am the only member remaining from that team, I could say anything I want and there would be ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

Is KL Rahul the next Dravid?

With centuries in all formats of the game, KL Rahul has shed the one-dimensional tag stuck on his back until recently. But the transformation wasn't overnight, and it had to do more with his mindset than technique, explains Sandip G. On a late ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
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