R Ashwin’s feat – becomes the seventh Indian bowler to capture four or more five wicket innings hauls against West Indies

R Ashwin’s five for 52 against West Indies in the first innings of the ongoing Kingston test was his fourth five wicket haul against Indies. He became the seventh Indian bowler to capture four or more five wicket innings hauls against West Indies. Others are – Harbhajan Singh {05}, BS Chandrasekhar {04}, SP Gupte {04}, N Kapil Dev {04}, A Kumble {04} and PP Ojha {04}. The following table lists the performance of these seven bowlers.

Harbhajan Singh
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 38.0 3 138 5 1 Win Kingston 18 May 2002
2 28.3 12 48 7 3 Win Mumbai 09 Oct 2002
3 57.3 15 115 5 2 Win Kolkata 30 Oct 2002
4 44.0 6 147 5 1 Win Basseterre 22 Jun 2006
5 4.3 0 13 5 2 Win Kingston 30 Jun 2006
R Ashwin
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 21.3 5 47 6 3 Win Delhi 06 Nov 2011
2 52.1 6 156 5 1 Win Mumbai 22 Nov 2011
3 25.0 8 83 7 3 Win North Sound 21 Jul 2016
4 16.0 2 52 5 1 Win Kingston 30 Jul 2016
BS Chandrasekhar
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 61.5 17 157 7 2 Win Mumbai (BS) 13 Dec 1966
2 32.2 8 120 6 1 Win Port of Spain 07 Apr 1976
3 42.0 7 153 5 2 Win Kingston 21 Apr 1976
4 43.0 7 116 5 2 Win Mumbai 01 Dec 1978
SP Gupte
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 66.0 15 162 7 2 Win Port of Spain 21 Jan 1953
2 48.0 14 107 5 2 Win Port of Spain 19 Feb 1953
3 65.1 14 180 5 2 Win Kingston 28 Mar 1953
4 34.3 11 102 9 1 Win Kanpur 12 Dec 1958
N Kapil Dev
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 31.0 2 77 6 2 Win Delhi 29 Oct 1983
2 30.3 6 83 9 3 Win Ahmedabad 12 Nov 1983
3 25.0 5 58 5 3 Win Port of Spain 15 Apr 1989
4 33.0 7 84 6 2 Win Kingston 28 Apr 1989
A Kumble
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 42.4 5 120 5 1 Win Kingston 06 Mar 1997
2 39.0 8 104 5 1 Win Port of Spain 14 Mar 1997
3 23.3 10 30 5 1 Win Chennai 17 Oct 2002
4 22.4 3 78 6 4 Win Kingston 30 Jun 2006
PP Ojha
No Overs M Runs W Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 34.2 9 72 6 1 Win Delhi 06 Nov 2011
2 27.0 5 47 6 3 Win Mumbai 22 Nov 2011
3 11.2 2 40 5 1 Win Mumbai 14 Nov 2013
4 18.0 6 49 5 3 Win Mumbai 14 Nov 2013

 

New Zealand skippers scoring a ninety in a test innings

KS Williamson of New Zealand scored 91 against Zimbabwe in the ongoing test at Bulawayo to provide the 13th occasion of a New Zealand captain scoring a ninety in a test innings. He became the seventh New Zealand captain to score a ninety in a test innings. All the thirteen occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JR Reid 92 1 v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1962
2 JR Reid 97 1 v Pakistan Wellington 22 Jan 1965
3 JV Coney 98 2 v Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 1986
4 JV Coney 93 2 v Australia Auckland 13 Mar 1986
5 JG Wright 98 2 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1990
6 MD Crowe 98 1 v Australia Wellington 04 Mar 1993
7 SP Fleming 91 2 v Australia Brisbane 07 Nov 1997
8 SP Fleming 99 3 v South Africa Bloemfontein 17 Nov 2000
9 SP Fleming 97 1 v England Leeds 03 Jun 2004
10 SP Fleming 97 2 v West Indies Wellington 17 Mar 2006
11 DL Vettori 94 2 v Bangladesh Wellington 12 Jan 2008
12 DL Vettori 99 1 v Pakistan Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
13 KS Williamson 91 2 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 28 Jul 2016

He became the fourth captain to score a ninety in a test innings against Zimbabwe. Others are – ST Jayasuriya, Habibul Bashar and Mushfiqur Rahim

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya 92 1 Srl Zim Colombo (SSC) 27 Dec 2001
2 Habibul Bashar 94 1 Ban Zim Chittagong 06 Jan 2005
3 Mushfiqur Rahim 93 3 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013
4 KS Williamson 91 2 NZl Zim Bulawayo 28 Jul 2016

 

Karnataka Premier League – Key Statistical Parameters

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE

Country India
Administrator Karnataka State Cricket Association
Headquarters Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Format Twenty20
First tournament 2009
Last tournament 2015
Tournament format Round-robin
Current champion Belagavi Panthers

Karnataka Premier League (KPL) is an Indian Twenty20 cricket league established by the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) in August, 2009. The domestic cricket competition is modeled along the lines of the popular Indian Premier League (IPL). Just like the Indian Premier League, whose title sponsor was realty major DLF, the title sponsor of the Karnataka Premier League (KPL) is Bangalore-based real estate developer, Mantri Developers. Mantri Developers won the rights to be the title sponsor of this event for a period of five years for an amount of ₹110 million

The first season was held from 9 September 2009, to 23 September 2009.[2] The second season was held from 18 September 2010, to 3 October 2010. The league is chaired by the KSCA secretary, Brijesh Patel, and includes eight franchisee teams representing cities in Karnataka. The third season was held from 28 August 2014 and the auction for the same was conducted on August 7th. The fourth season is to be held in Aug-Sep 2015 and the matches will be played at Mysore and Hubli.

TEAMS OF THE FIRST SEASON OF KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE
Franchisee Zone Captain Owner
Bangalore Brigadiers Bangalore Urban Deepak Chougule Brigade Enterprises
Provident Bangalore Bangalore Rural Balachandra Akhil Melmont Constructions
Mangalore United Mangalore Bharat Chipli Fiza Developers
Belagaavi Panthers Belgaum Jagadeesh Arunkumar Subash Enterprises
Shamanur Davanagere Diamonds Hubli-Dharwad Sunil Joshi Shamanuru Shivashankarappa
Bijapur Bulls Gulbarga SP Shinde Vivid Creations
Mysore Maharaajas Mysore Chethan Williams Shirish Auto
Malnad Gladiators Shimoga Ganesh Satish Jayaprakash Hegde

The Karnataka Premier League Cup finals were held on 23 September 2009 as a 20-over match between Bangalore Provident (Rural) and Belagavi Panthers, played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore. Bangalore Provident (Rural) won by five wickets (with four balls remaining). The Player of the Match was Amit Verma for (Rural). The Player of the Series was J. Arunkumar of Belagavi Panthers

The following table lists out some key Statistical parameters of the four KPLs held so far

No Parameters Edition 2009            
1 Sponsors Mantri Developers            
2 Winners Provident            
3 Runner Panthers            
4 Scores Panthers 122-7 20.0        
5 Scores Provident 125-7 19.2        
6 Result Provident Won By Five Wickets      
7 Venue Bangalore            
8 Date 23.09.2009            
9 MoM – Finals Amit Verma {Provident}            
10 Mom – Series J Arunkumar {Panthers}            
10 Most runs J Arunkumar {Panthers} 326 runs          
11 Most Wkts DJ Johnson {Panthers 17 wkts          
12 Highest score MK Pandey {Panthers} 112* Vs Manglaore United At Bangalore 14.09.09
13 Best bowling DN Sagar {Brigadiers} 5-15 Vs Mys Maharaajas At Mysore 18.09.09

No Parameters Edition 2010            
1 Sponsors Mantri Developers            
2 Winners Mangalore United            
3 Runner Provident            
4 Scores Mangalore United 112-09 20.0        
5 Scores Provident 068-10 16.1        
6 Result Mangalore Provident Won By 44 runs      
7 Venue Bangalore            
8 Date 29.09.10            
9 MoM – Finals KK Nair {Mangalore}            
10 MoM –  Series MA Agarwal {SD Diamonds}            
11 Most Runs MA Agarwal {SD Diamonds} 297 runs          
12 Most Wkts UB Patel {Mangalore} 16 wkts          
12 Most Wkts K Gowtham {Malnad} 16 wkts          
13 Highest score MA Agarwal {SD Diamonds} 100 Vs Panthers At Bangalore 22.09.10
14 Best bowling UB Patel {Mangalore} 4-11 Vs Provident At Bangalore 29.09.10

No Parameters Edition 2014            
1 Sponsors Karbonn Mobile            
2 Winners Mysore Warriors            
3 Runner Belgavi Panthers            
4 Scores Belgavi Panthers 170-7 20.0        
5 Scores Mysore Warriors 174-4 19.5        
6 Result Mysore Warriors Won By Six wickets      
7 Venue Hubli            
8 Date 12.09.2014            
9 MoM – Finals Amit Verma {Mysore}            
10 MoM – Series KL Rahul {hubli}            
11 Most Runs KL Rahul {Hubli} 347 runs          
12 Most Wkts J Suchit {Mysore} 16 wkts          
13 Highest score KL Rahul {Mysore} 106* Vs Rockstars at Hubli 10.09.14
14 Best bowling B Naveen {Belagavi} 4-13 Vs Bijapur Bulls at Hubli 11.09.14

No Parameters Edition 2015            
1 Sponsors Karbonn Mobile            
2 Winners Bijapur Bulls            
3 Runners Hubli Tigers            
4 Scores Hubli Tigers 114-9 20.0        
5 Scores Bijapur Bulls 115-3 17.1        
6 Result Bijapur Bullls Won By Seven wickets      
7 Venue Mysore            
8 Date 20.09.15            
9 MoM – Finals VV Kumar {Bulls}            
10 MoM – Series RV Uthappa {Bulls}            
11 Most Runs SH Kirmani {Shivamogga} 338 runs          
12 Most Wkts KC Cariappa {Bulls} 16 wkts          
13 Highest score MA Agarwal {Panthers} 103 Vs Hubli Tigers at Hubli 09.09.15
14 Best bowling Nikin Jose {Mysore-W} 6-11 Vs Rockstars at Mysore 17.08.15

PARTICIPATING TEAMS IN 2009 AND 2010 EDITIONS
No Edition 2009 No Edition 2010
1 Bangalore Brigadiers {Urban} 1 Bangalore Brigadiers {Urban}
2 Bangalore Provident {Rural} 2 Bangalore Provident {Rural}
3 Belgavi Panthers 3 Belgavi Panthers
4 Bijapur Bulls 4 Bijapur Bulls
5 Mangalore United 5 Mangalore United
6 Mysore Maharaajas 6 Mysore Maharaajas
7 Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds 7 Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds

 

PARTICIPATING TEAMS IN 2014 AND 2015 EDITIONS
No Edition 2014 No Edition 2015
1 Belagavi Penthers 1 Belgavi Panthers
2 Bellary Tuskers 2 Bellary Tuskers
3 Bijapur Bulls 3 Bijapur Bulls
4 Hubli Tigers 4 Hubli Tigers
5 Mangalore United 5 Mangalore United
6 Mysore Warriors 6 Mysore Warriors
7 Rockstars 7 Namma Shvamogga

FINALISTS IN EACH OF THE EDITIONS
No Edition Winners Runners Venue Date
1 2009 Bangalore Rural Provident Belgavi Panthers Bangalore 23.09.09
2 2010 Mangalore United Bangalore Rural Providence Bangalore 29.09.10
3 2014 Mysore Warriors Belgavi Panthers Hubli 17.09.14
4 2015 Bijapur Bulls Hubli Tigers Mysore 20.09.15

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE – FIRST EDITION – 2009-10
POINTS TABLE
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against
Bangalore Brigadiers (Urban) 7 6 1 0 0 12 +0.967 0934/120.2 0898/132.1
Bangalore Provident (Rural) 7 5 2 0 0 10 +0.573 1002/128.0 0919/126.4
Bijapur Bulls 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.217 1101/133.5 1096/136.5
Belagavi Panthers 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.065 1022/135.1 0982/131.0
Mysore Maharaajas 7 3 4 0 0 6 -0.310 0918/122.2 0969/124.0
Mangalore United 7 2 5 0 0 4 -0.332 1100/137.0 1119/133.5
Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds 7 2 5 0 0 4 -1.266 0713/111.5 0782/102.2
Malnad Gladiators 7 2 5 0 0 4 -0.122 0749/108.3 0774/110.1

TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR SEMI FINALS
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against
Bangalore Brigadiers (Urban) 7 6 1 0 0 12 +0.967 0934/120.2 0898/132.1
Bangalore Provident (Rural) 7 5 2 0 0 10 +0.573 1002/128.0 0919/126.4
Bijapur Bulls 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.217 1101/133.5 1096/136.5
Belagavi Panthers 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.065 1022/135.1 0982/131.0

RESULTS OF THE SEMI FINAL AND FINALS
1st semi-final: Bangalore Brigadiers (Urban) v Belagavi Panthers at Bangalore – Sep 22, 2009
Belagavi Panthers 159/7 (20/20 ov); Bangalore Brigadiers (Urban) 144 (20/20 ov)
Belagavi Panthers won by 15 runs
 
2nd semi-final: Bangalore Provident (Rural) v Bijapur Bulls at Bangalore – Sep 22, 2009
Bangalore Provident (Rural) 153/8 (20/20 ov); Bijapur Bulls 133 (19.5/20 ov)
Bangalore Provident (Rural) won by 20 runs
 
Final: Bangalore Provident (Rural) v Belagavi Panthers at Bangalore – Sep 23, 2009
Belagavi Panthers 122/7 (20/20 ov); Bangalore Provident (Rural) 125/5 (19.2/20 ov)
Bangalore Provident (Rural) won by 5 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)

HIGHEST TOTALS – 175 PLUS RUNS
No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Panthers 201/2 20.0 1 v Mangalore Bangalore 14 Sep 2009
2 Provident 192/2 20.0 1 v Mangalore Bangalore 09 Sep 2009
3 Mangalore 188/7 20.0 2 v Panthers Bangalore 14 Sep 2009
4 Panthers 181/6 20.0 1 v Maharaajas Bangalore 12 Sep 2009
5 Bulls 179/2 17.2 2 v Mangalore Mysore 18 Sep 2009
6 Mangalore 178/5 20.0 1 v Bulls Mysore 18 Sep 2009

HIGH SCORES – 75 PLUS RUNS
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MK Pandey 112* 62 14 4 Panthers v Mangalore Bangalore 14 Sep 2009
2 J Arunkumar 95 56 12 5 Panthers v Maharaajas Bangalore 12 Sep 2009
3 MK Manjunath 92 59 12 1 Provident v Mangalore Bangalore 09 Sep 2009
4 B Chipli 89 51 11 3 Mangalore v Diamonds Bangalore 10 Sep 2009
5 N Shekhawat 81 49 7 4 Brigadiers v Maharaajas Mysore 18 Sep 2009
6 HTS Rao 77 56 9 2 Maharaajas v Bulls Bangalore 10 Sep 2009

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS
No Player O M R w Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 DN Sagar 3.0 0 17 5 Brigadiers v Maharaajas Mysore 18 Sep 2009
2 C Raghu 2.3 0 8 4 Maharaajas v Bulls Bangalore 10 Sep 2009
3 R Vinay Kumar 4.0 1 12 4 Panthers v Maharaajas Bangalore 12 Sep 2009
4 NV Prasad 2.3 0 14 4 Brigadiers v Maharaajas Mysore 18 Sep 2009
5 M Vinod 4.0 0 16 4 Brigadiers v Panthers Bangalore 09 Sep 2009
6 P Patil 4.0 0 16 4 Diamonds v Bulls Bangalore 13 Sep 2009
7 MDS Ashraf 3.0 0 16 4 Provident v Maharaajas Bangalore 21 Sep 2009
8 R Ninan 4.0 0 19 4 Gladiators v Provident Mysore 20 Sep 2009
9 DJ Johnson 4.0 0 30 4 Panthers v Gladiators Bangalore 13 Sep 2009
10 DJ Johnson 4.0 0 38 4 Panthers v Brigadiers Bangalore 22 Sep 2009

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MK Manjunath, VST Naidu 168 1st Provident v Mangalore Bangalore 09 Sep 2009
2 MK Pandey, KS Ponnappa 160 2nd Panthers v Mangalore Bangalore 14 Sep 2009
3 VST Naidu, Amit Verma 118 2nd Provident v Bulls Bangalore 14 Sep 2009
4 MR Beerala, G Dhiman 111 1st Bulls v Panthers Bangalore 16 Sep 2009

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE – SECOND EDITION – 2010-11
POINTS TABLE
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against
Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds 7 5 1 0 1 11 +0.379 841/113.5 813/116.0
Bangalore Provident (Rural) 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.268 823/118.2 818/122.2
Malnad Gladiators 7 4 3 0 0 8 -0.016 839/127.3 819/124.1
Mangalore United 7 3 3 0 1 7 +0.574 740/105.5 690/107.3
Belagavi Panthers 7 3 3 0 1 7 -0.263 785/117.5 801/115.4
Mysore Maharaajas 7 3 4 0 0 6 -0.201 872/124.0 874/120.5
Bijapur Bulls 7 3 4 0 0 6 -0.316 956/126.0 1005/127.1

TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR THE SEMIFINALS
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts Net RR For Against
Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds 7 5 1 0 1 11 +0.379 841/113.5 813/116.0
Bangalore Provident (Rural) 7 4 3 0 0 8 +0.268 823/118.2 818/122.2
Malnad Gladiators 7 4 3 0 0 8 -0.016 839/127.3 819/124.1
Mangalore United 7 3 3 0 1 7 +0.574 740/105.5 690/107.3

RESULTS OF THE SEMI FINALS AND FINALS
1st Semi-Final: Mangalore United v Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds at Bangalore – Sep 29, 2010
Mangalore United 201/3 (20/20 ov); Shamanoor Davangere Diamonds 157 (19.1/20 ov)
Mangalore United won by 44 runs
 
2nd Semi-Final: Bangalore Provident (Rural) v Malnad Gladiators at Bangalore – Sep 29, 2010
Malnad Gladiators 157/5 (20/20 ov); Bangalore Provident (Rural) 158/4 (17.2/20 ov)
Bangalore Provident (Rural) won by 6 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
 
Final: Bangalore Provident (Rural) v Mangalore United at Bangalore – Sep 29, 2010
Mangalore United 112/9 (20/20 ov); Bangalore Provident (Rural) 68 (16.1/20 ov)
Mangalore United won by 44 runs

HIGHEST TOTALS – 175 PLUS RUNS
No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Mangalore 201/3 20.0 1 v Diamonds Bangalore 29 Sep 2010
2 Diamonds 191/4 20.0 1 v Panthers Bangalore 22 Sep 2010
3 Brigadiers 184/5 20.0 1 v Bulls Bangalore 28 Sep 2010

HIGH SCORES – 75 PLUS RUNS
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MA Agarwal 100 62 11 4 Diamonds v Panthers Bangalore 22 Sep 2010
2 RK Sabharwal 78 44 7 5 Mangalore v Diamonds Bangalore 29 Sep 2010
3 J Shetty 76* 51 6 4 Bulls v Maharaajas Bangalore 23 Sep 2010
4 B Chipli 75 53 5 6 Mangalore v Provident Bangalore 22 Sep 2010

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS
No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 UB Patel 4.0 0 11 4 Mangalore v Provident Bangalore 29 Sep 2010
2 AU Shetty 4.0 0 12 4 Provident v Panthers Bangalore 28 Sep 2010
3 KK Nair 4.0 0 13 4 Mangalore v Provident Bangalore 29 Sep 2010
4 N Mulky 4.0 0 15 4 Bulls v Mangalore Bangalore 19 Sep 2010
5 K Gowtham 3.0 0 16 4 Gladiators v Brigadiers Bangalore 27 Sep 2010
6 B Naveen 4.0 0 20 4 Panthers v Brigadiers Bangalore 18 Sep 2010
7 UB Patel 4.0 0 31 4 Mangalore v Brigadiers Bangalore 25 Sep 2010

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RK Sabharwal, B Chipli 139 1st Mangalore v Diamonds Bangalore 29 Sep 2010
2 J Shetty, DT Patil 116 3rd Bulls v Maharaajas Bangalore 23 Sep 2010
3 J Arunkumar, KS Ponnappa 112 1st Panthers v Bulls Bangalore 20 Sep 2010

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAUGE 2014-15
POINTS TABLE
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied NR Pts Net RR For Against
Bijapur Bulls 6 5 1 0 0 10 +1.231 771/093.0 0720/102.0
Mangalore United 6 5 1 0 0 10 +0.504 882/114.0 0839/116.0
Mysore Warriors 6 4 2 0 0 8 +1.141 808/100.1 0771/111.2
Belagavi Panthers 6 3 3 0 0 6 +1.310 892/105.4 0788/110.3
Hubli Tigers 6 3 3 0 0 6 +1.004 950/112.1 0856/114.4
Bellary Tuskers 6 1 5 0 0 2 -1.077 806/110.0 0776/092.2
Rockstars 6 0 6 0 0 0 -4.261 642/112.0 1001/100.1

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAUGE 2014-15
TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR THE SEMI FINALS
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied NR Pts Net RR For Against
Bijapur Bulls 6 5 1 0 0 10 +1.231 771/93.0 720/102.0
Mangalore United 6 5 1 0 0 10 +0.504 882/114.0 839/116.0
Mysore Warriors 6 4 2 0 0 8 +1.141 808/100.1 771/111.2
Belagavi Panthers 6 3 3 0 0 6 +1.310 892/105.4 788/110.3

RESULTS OF THE SEMIFINALS OF FINALS
1st Semi-final: Belagavi Panthers v Bijapur Bulls at Hubballi – Sep 11, 2014
Belagavi Panthers 173/6 (20/20 ov); Bijapur Bulls 120 (17.2/20 ov)
Belagavi Panthers won by 53 runs
 
2nd Semi-final: Mangalore United v Mysore Warriors at Hubballi – Sep 11, 2014
Mysore Warriors 178/7 (20/20 ov); Mangalore United 118 (18/20 ov)
Mysore Warriors won by 60 runs
 
Final: Belagavi Panthers v Mysore Warriors at Hubballi – Sep 12, 2014
Belagavi Panthers 170/7 (20/20 ov); Mysore Warriors 174/4 (19.5/20 ov)
Mysore Warriors won by 6 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)

HIGHEST TOTALS – 175 PLUS RUNS
No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Hubli Tigers 245/6 20.0 1 v Rockstars Hubballi 10 Sep 2014
2 Panthers 214/4 20.0 1 v Rockstars Mysore 01 Sep 2014
3 Hubli Tigers 190/6 20.0 1 v Mangalore Bangalore 06 Sep 2014
4 Bellary 189/5 20.0 1 v Rockstars Mysore 31 Aug 2014
5 Mysore-W 178/7 20.0 1 v Mangalore Hubballi 11 Sep 2014
6 Mangalore 175/1 20.0 1 v Bulls Mysore 31 Aug 2014

HIGH SCORES – 75 PLUS RUNS
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 KL Rahul 106* 51 11 4 Hubli Tigers v Rockstars Hubballi 10 Sep 2014
2 KK Nair 100* 62 9 4 Mangalore v Bulls Mysore 31 Aug 2014
3 KK Nair 91* 67 10 2 Mangalore v Panthers Mysore 02 Sep 2014
4 KL Rahul 91 43 10 4 Hubli Tigers v Bellary Mysore 03 Sep 2014
5 B Chipli 77 46 6 4 Panthers v Rockstars Mysore 01 Sep 2014

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS
No Player 0 M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 B Naveen 3.2 0 13 4 Panthers v Bulls Hubballi 11 Sep 2014
2 KC Cariappa 3.0 0 19 4 Bulls v Rockstars Bangalore 07 Sep 2014
3 CJ William 4.0 0 20 4 Mangalore v Panthers Mysore 02 Sep 2014
4 VV Kumar 3.0 0 20 4 Mysore-W v Panthers Bangalore 06 Sep 2014
5 VV Kumar 3.5 0 21 4 Mysore-W v Rockstars Mysore 03 Sep 2014
6 V Purushotham 4.0 0 32 4 Bellary v Rockstars Mysore 31 Aug 2014

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RK Sabharwal, KK Nair 162 1st Mangalore v Bulls Mysore 31 Aug 2014
2 R Samarth, MG Naveen 141* 2nd Bulls v Panthers Bangalore 05 Sep 2014
3 SA Bhavane, MVM Reddy 131* 2nd Mysore-W v Bellary Bangalore 07 Sep 2014
4 Amit Verma, BN Bharath 111 5th Mysore-W v Mangalore Hubballi 09 Sep 2014
5 SN Raju, B Chipli 107 1st Panthers v Rockstars Mysore 01 Sep 2014
6 KL Rahul, B Akhil 106 3rd Hubli Tigers v Rockstars Hubballi 10 Sep 2014

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE 2015-16
POINTS TABLE
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied NR Pts Net RR For Against
Belagavi Panthers 7 5 1 0 1 11 +1.375 0867/103.0 0770/109.2
Bijapur Bulls 7 5 1 0 1 11 +1.000 0929/116.4 0810/116.2
Hubli Tigers 7 4 2 0 1 09 -0.164 0888/120.0 0885/117.0
Mangalore United 7 3 2 0 2 08 +0.407 0775/099.1 0726/098.0
Bellary Tuskers 7 3 4 0 0 06 +0.253 0882/126.5 0889/132.4
Namma Shivamogga 7 3 4 0 0 06 +0.001 1089/135.2 1109/137.5
Mysuru Warriors 7 2 5 0 0 04 -0.111 0982/129.1 0995/129.0
Rockstars 7 0 6 0 1 01 -2.762 0675/114.0 0903/104.0

KARNATAKA PREMIER LEAGUE 2015-16
TEAMS QUALIFIED FOR THE KNOCK OUT STAGE
Teams Mat Won Lost Tied NR Pts Net RR For Against
Belagavi Panthers 7 5 1 0 1 11 +1.375 0867/103.0 0770/109.2
Bijapur Bulls 7 5 1 0 1 11 +1.000 0929/116.4 0810/116.2
Hubli Tigers 7 4 2 0 1 09 -0.164 0888/120.0 0885/117.0
Mangalore United 7 3 2 0 2 08 +0.407 0775/099.1 0726/098.0

RESULTS OF THE KNOCK OUT GAMES
Eliminator: Hubli Tigers v Mangalore United at Mysuru – Sep 18, 2015
Mangalore United 101 20/20 ov; Hubli Tigers 102/1 14.2/20 ov
Hubli Tigers won by 9 wickets with 34 balls remaining
 
Qualifier 1: Belagavi Panthers v Bijapur Bulls at Mysuru – Sep 18, 2015
Belagavi Panthers 118/8 20/20 ov; Bijapur Bulls 122/4 16.4/20 ov
Bijapur Bulls won by 6 wickets with 20 balls remaining
 
Qualifier 2: Belagavi Panthers v Hubli Tigers at Mysuru – Sep 19, 2015
Hubli Tigers 177/7 20/20 ov; Belagavi Panthers 154/8 20/20 ov
Hubli Tigers won by 23 runs
 
Final: Bijapur Bulls v Hubli Tigers at Mysuru – Sep 20, 2015
Hubli Tigers 114/9 20/20 ov; Bijapur Bulls 115/3 17.1/20 ov
Bijapur Bulls won by 7 wickets with 17 balls remaining

HIGHEST TOTALS – 175 PLUS RUNS
No Team Score O RR Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Panthers 210/4 20.0 10.50 1 v Hubli Tigers Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
2 Bulls 197/5 20.0 9.85 1 v Rockstars Mysuru 13 Sep 2015
3 Mangalore 191/4 20.0 9.55 1 v Mysuru-W Hubballi 05 Sep 2015
4 Hubli Tigers 177/5 20.0 8.85 1 v Shivamogga Mysuru 13 Sep 2015
5 Hubli Tigers 177/7 20.0 8.85 1 v Panthers Mysuru 19 Sep 2015
6 Mysuru-W 175/5 20.0 8.75 1 v Rockstars Mysuru 17 Sep 2015

HIGH SCORES – 75 PLUS RUNS
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MA Agarwal 103 58 5 7 Panthers v Hubli Tigers Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
2 Mohammed Taha 93 56 9 5 Hubli Tigers v Panthers Mysuru 19 Sep 2015
3 SH Kirmani 89 51 6 5 Shivamogga v Hubli Tigers Mysuru 13 Sep 2015
4 SH Kirmani 87* 53 5 5 Shivamogga v Rockstars Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
5 A Arjun Hoysala 87 51 10 2 Mysuru-W v Mangalore Hubballi 05 Sep 2015
6 R Samarth 78* 60 8 1 Bulls v Shivamogga Hubballi 09 Sep 2015
7 R Jonathan 77 47 5 5 Panthers v Shivamogga Mysuru 12 Sep 2015

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS
No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Nikin Jose 3.2 0 11 6 Mysuru-W v Rockstars Mysuru 17 Sep 2015
2 J Suchith 4.0 0 20 5 Mysuru-W v Bellary Hubballi 07 Sep 2015
3 Amit Verma 2.5 0 5 4 Bellary v Rockstars Hubballi 10 Sep 2015
4 D Negi 4.0 0 9 4 Hubli Tigers v Rockstars Hubballi 04 Sep 2015
5 NV Prasad 3.4 0 16 4 Panthers v Hubli Tigers Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
6 Mitrakanth Yadav 4.0 0 17 4 Mangalore v Rockstars Mysuru 15 Sep 2015
7 Mitrakanth Yadav 3.0 0 19 4 Mangalore v Bellary Mysuru 12 Sep 2015
8 Mitrakanth Yadav 4.0 1 29 4 Mangalore v Mysuru-W Hubballi 05 Sep 2015
9 SL Akshay 4.0 0 29 4 Hubli Tigers v Panthers Mysuru 19 Sep 2015

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 SH Kirmani, SN Ooty 129 1st Shivamogga v Rockstars Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
2 R Vinay Kumar, R Jonathan 122* 3rd Panthers v Mangalore Hubballi 03 Sep 2015
3 AM Reddy, MA Agarwal 112 1st Panthers v Hubli Tigers Hubballi 08 Sep 2015
4 B Chipli, Amit Verma 111 3rd Bellary v Panthers Mysuru 14 Sep 2015
5 A Arjun Hoysala, CM Gautam 110 1st Mysuru-W v Rockstars Mysuru 17 Sep 2015
6 Mohammed Taha, KB Pawan 108 1st Hubli Tigers v Shivamogga Mysuru 13 Sep 2015

Batsmen scoring 175 plus runs in the third innings of a test

BKG Mendis of Sri Lanka scored 176 against Australia in the ongoing Palekkele test to provide the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman scoring 175 plus runs in the third innings of a test. He is the third batsman to accomplish such a feat after ST Jayasuriya and KC Sangakkara. ST Jayasuriya and KC Sangakkara have achieved this feat on two occasions. The performance of these three batsmen are furnished below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya 199 3 v India Colombo (SSC) 09 Aug 1997
2 ST Jayasuriya 253 3 v Pakistan Faisalabad 20 Oct 2004
3 KC Sangakkara 185 3 v Pakistan Colombo (SSC) 26 Mar 2006
4 KC Sangakkara 211 3 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
5 BKG Mendis 176 3 v Australia Pallekele 26 Jul 2016

BKG Mendis of Sri Lanka scored 176 against Australia in the ongoing Palekkele test to provide the fifteenth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman scoring 175 plus runs in the third innings of a test against Australia. He aslo became the first Sri Lankan batsman to accomplish such a feat. All such occasion are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 WR Hammond 177 3 Eng Aus Adelaide 01 Feb 1929
2 AD Nourse 231 3 SAF Aus Johannesburg 24 Dec 1935
3 DCS Compton 184 3 Eng Aus Nottingham 10 Jun 1948
4 ER Dexter 180 3 Eng Aus Birmingham 08 Jun 1961
5 DT Lindsay 182 3 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1966
6 JH Edrich 175 3 Eng Aus Lord’s 31 Jul 1975
7 CG Greenidge 226 3 Win Aus Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
8 Saleem Malik 237 3 Pak Aus Rawalpindi 05 Oct 1994
9 VVS Laxman 281 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
10 R Dravid 180 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
11 MP Vaughan 183 3 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2003
12 AN Cook 235* 3 Eng Aus Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
13 HM Amla 196 3 SAF Aus Perth 30 Nov 2012
14 JE Root 180 3 Eng Aus Lord’s 18 Jul 2013
15 BKG Mendis 176 3 Srl Aus Pallekele 26 Jul 2016

India’s VVS Laxman {281} and R Dravid {180} scored 175 plus runs against Australia at Kolkata in Mar 2001 to provide the lone occasion of two batsmen accomplishing such a feat against Australia

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 VVS Laxman 281 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
2 R Dravid 180 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11 Mar 2001

 

Bowlers who have conceded 100 plus runs without capturing a wicket in a test innings on their debut – RL Chase of West Indies joins the list

RL Chase of West Indies returned with none for 102 against India at North Sound to provide the 26th occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs without a wicket in a test innings on debut. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GOB Allen 34.0 7 115 0 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 27 Jun 1930
2 JJ Warr 36.0×8 4 142 0 2 Eng Aus Sydney 05 Jan 1951
3 RG Nadkarni 54.0 13 132 0 1 Ind NZl Delhi 16 Dec 1955
4 S Guha 43.0 10 105 0 1 Ind Eng Leeds 08 Jun 1967
5 JR Thomson 17.0×8 1 100 0 2 Aus Pak Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
6 B Andrews 19.0×8 2 100 0 1 NZl Aus Melbourne 29 Dec 1973
7 RGCE Wijesuriya 24.0 2 105 0 2 Srl Pak Lahore 22 Mar 1982
8 CG Butts 47.0 12 113 0 2 Win NZl Georgetown 06 Apr 1985
9 Aaqib Javed 34.0 5 103 0 1 Pak NZl Wellington 10 Feb 1989
10 PL Symcox 28.0 3 100 0 1 SAF Srl Moratuwa 25 Aug 1993
11 Fahim Muntasir 32.0 6 109 0 2 Ban Pak Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
12 T Mupariwa 34.0 1 136 0 2 Zim Srl Bulawayo 14 May 2004
13 Shahadat Hossain 12.0 0 101 0 2 Ban Eng Lord’s 26 May 2005
14 SJ Benn 40.0 6 120 0 1 Win Srl Providence 22 Mar 2008
15 Sohail Khan 21.0 2 131 0 1 Pak Srl Karachi 21 Feb 2009
16 BE McGain 18.0 2 149 0 2 Aus SAF Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
17 Robiul Islam 22.0 2 107 0 1 Ban Eng Lord’s 27 May 2010
18 XJ Doherty 35.0 5 107 0 3 Aus Eng Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
19 JD Unadkat 26.0 4 101 0 2 Ind SAF Centurion 16 Dec 2010
20 N Pradeep 27.0 1 107 0 2 Srl Pak Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
21 Abul Hasan 24.0 0 113 0 2 Ban Win Khulna 21 Nov 2012
22 JW Hastings 19.0 1 102 0 3 Aus SAF Perth 30 Nov 2012
23 Pankaj Singh 37.0 8 146 0 1 Ind Eng Southampton 27 Jul 2014
24 AU Rashid 34.0 0 163 0 1 Eng Pak Abu Dhabi 13 Oct 2015
25 CR Brathwaite 30.0 3 109 0 1 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2015
26 RL Chase 34.0 3 102 0 1 Win Ind North Sound 21 Jul 2016

RL Chase became the fourth West Indian bowler to suffer such an ignominy. What is interesting is that RL Chase became the first bowler to go wicket less leaking 100 plus runs in a test innings on debut against India. As many as 307 cricketers have made their test debut against India including RL Chase who made his test debut at North Sound.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CG Butts 47.0 12 113 0 2 Win NZl Georgetown 06 Apr 1985
2 SJ Benn 40.0 6 120 0 1 Win Srl Providence 22 Mar 2008
3 CR Brathwaite 30.0 3 109 0 1 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2015
4 RL Chase 34.0 3 102 0 1 Win Ind North Sound 21 Jul 2016

 

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