Shahid Shaikh guided Greater Mumbai Police Club to a 5-wicket victory against Dr DY Patil Sports Academy in a quarterfinal match of the MCA Twenty20 Championship played at MCA’s Bandra Kurla Complex Ground. They were the fourth and the last team after Karnataka Sporting Association, Victory Cricket Club and Fort Vijay Cricket Club to enter the semifinals.
BCCI did well for Indian domestic cricket when they decided to scrap the redundant format of playing teams from a particular zone among themselves before the top two could proceed to the knock-outs.
After wrapping up Sri Lanka’s first essay for 425, Sehwag’s unbeaten 97 helped India end the second day on 180 for 2 when bad light stopped play with two overs remaining, reports Amol Karhadkar
The spectators, who were detained for jeering Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh at the oval stadium, have been released after being handed a warning by the police.
From the Ranji games and straight into the Duleep Trophy championship, one cannot help but marvel at the latter's standard and the quality of cricket being put on display. Aakash Chopra reports.
Openers Abhinav Mukund and Robin Uthappa bulldozed the North Zone bowlers to script a brilliant run chase as South Zone clinched the Duleep Trophy with a day to spare on Saturday.
The Lok Sabha today congratulated ace cricketer Sachin Tendulkar for becoming the most capped Test player in the history of the sport.
Tamil Nadu beat Madhya Pradesh by 134 runs in the semi-final to enter the final of the Vijay Hazare trophy on Saturday.
Skipper Subramanium Badrinath notched up a crucial 136 as South Zone took control of the Duleep Trophy final against North Zone, posting 477 in their first innings here on Friday.
South Zone produced a solid batting display to take control of the final against North, reaching 298 for three on the second day of the Duleep trophy match here today.
Manoj Tiwary struck an unbeaten 61 and produced a 74-run partnership with Wriddhiman Saha to help Bengal beat Karnataka by four wickets and enter final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy cricket championship in Vadodara.
Tamil Nadu beat Mumbai by a huge margin of 174 runs in the quarterfinals of the Vijay Hazare Trophy to set up a semifinal clash with Madhya Pradesh.
Paras Dogra saved North Zone from a disaster as he smashed an aggressive unbeaten 147 to take his side to 266 for seven on the first day of the Duleep Trophy final against South Zone here on Wednesday.
Mithun Manhas helped himself to his 19th first-class century and Sumit Narwal capped his all-round show with a second half century of the match as North Zone opted to shield their bowlers on the final day of the Duleep Trophy semifinal against West Zone.
A confident Mumbai will take on Tamil Nadu in quarter final of Inter-Zone Vijay Hazzare one-day tournament’s knock out match to be played in Rajkot on thursday at the Madhavrao Scindia cricket ground.