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Twins – Aprajith and Indrajit – score double centuries in Duleep Trophy – earns the distinction of becoming the first twins to accomplish the feat

Twin brothers from Tamilnadu – B Aparajith and B Indrajit – entered the record books of Duleep Trophy as twin brothers to score double century in the history of Duleep Trophy. B Aparajit had scored 212 for South Zone against West Zone at Chennai in Oct 2013. B Indrajit emulated him by scoring 200 for India Red against India Blue at Kanpur in Sep 2017

The twib brothers were born 26 minutes apart to Dr.TN Baba couples who was the former Media Manager of  the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

 

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 B Aparajith 212 South Zone v West Zone Chennai 03 Oct 2013
2 B Indrajith 200 India Red v India Blue Kanpur 13 Sep 2017

 

B Indrajith’s 200 provide the 46th occasion of a batsman scoring a double century in Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below. Hanumanth Singh has the credit of scoring the first every double century in the Duleep Trophy.

He scored 210 for Central Zone against South Zone at Lal Bahadur Shastry Grounds Hyderabad in Nov 1964

 

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Hanumant Singh 210 Central Zone v South Zone Hyd-LBS 14 Nov 1964
2 AL Wadekar 229 West Zone v East Zone Kolkata 04 Feb 1965
3 AA Baig 224* South Zone v North Zone Delhi 29 Oct 1966
4 MAK Pataudi 200 South Zone v West Zone Mumbai (BS) 28 Oct 1967
5 SM Gavaskar 228 West Zone v South Zone Vadodara 30 Oct 1976
6 M Amarnath 207 North Zone v East Zone Mumbai (BS) 08 Oct 1982
7 M Azharuddin 226 South Zone v Central Zone Jamadoba 06 Jan 1984
8 LS Rajput 221 West Zone v North Zone Trivandrum 11 Oct 1985
9 J Arun Lal 214 East Zone v Central Zone Pune 20 Oct 1986
10 J Arun Lal 287 East Zone v West Zone Pune 25 Oct 1986
11 SV Manjrekar 278 West Zone v Central Zone Nagpur 15 Oct 1987
12 LS Rajput 275 West Zone v Central Zone Nagpur 15 Oct 1987
13 R Lamba 320 North Zone v West Zone Bhilai 21 Oct 1987
14 AD Gaekwad 216 West Zone v North Zone Bhilai 21 Oct 1987
15 PK Amre 240* Central Zone v North Zone Visakhapatnam 30 Dec 1989
16 RB Parikh 218 West Zone v South Zone Bengaluru 30 Dec 1989
17 VG Kambli 208 West Zone v East Zone Mumbai 15 Jan 1992
18 V Yadav 201 North Zone v South Zone Surat 15 Jan 1992
19 A Jadeja 264 North Zone v Central Zone Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
20 AK Sharma 202 North Zone v Central Zone Guwahati 03 Nov 1994
21 SS Bhave 292 West Zone v South Zone Rourkela 30 Nov 1994
22 WV Raman 250* South Zone v West Zone Rourkela 30 Nov 1994
23 Bantoo Singh 214 North Zone v East Zone Kolkata 30 Nov 1994
24 SS Karim 200* East Zone v West Zone Nagpur 21 Oct 1995
25 AA Muzumdar 209 West Zone v North Zone Indore 19 Nov 1995
26 V Sehwag 274 North Zone v South Zone Agartala 01 Dec 1999
27 D Mongia 201 North Zone v South Zone Vijayawada 04 Jan 2001
28 VVS Laxman 217 South Zone v West Zone Surat 18 Jan 2001
29 D Mongia 208 North Zone v Central Zone Delhi 25 Jan 2001
30 GK Khoda 300* Central Zone v South Zone Panaji 01 Feb 2001
31 Yuvraj Singh 209 North Zone v South Zone Faridabad 12 Mar 2002
32 V Rathour 249 North Zone v East Zone Delhi 26 Mar 2002
33 Y Venugopal Rao 228* South Zone v England A Gurgaon 21 Feb 2004
34 A Chopra 205* North Zone v East Zone Rajkot 11 Feb 2008
35 M Manhas 205* North Zone v East Zone Rajkot 11 Feb 2008
36 S Badrinath 200 South Zone v North Zone Rajkot 29 Jan 2009
37 M Kaif 202* Central Zone v East Zone Amritsar 19 Jan 2010
38 AM Nayar 259 West Zone v North Zone Rajkot 26 Jan 2010
39 YK Pathan 210* West Zone v South Zone Hyd-RGS 02 Feb 2010
40 MK Pandey 218 South Zone v Central Zone Hyd-RGS 26 Jan 2011
41 Yuvraj Singh 208 North Zone v Central Zone Hyd-RGS 14 Oct 2012
42 MK Pandey 213 South Zone v West Zone Chennai 03 Oct 2013
43 B Aparajith 212 South Zone v West Zone Chennai 03 Oct 2013
44 NV Ojha 217 Central Zone v North Zone Mohali 22 Oct 2014
45 CA Pujara 256* India Blue v India Red Greater Noida 10 Sep 2016
46 B Indrajith 200 India Red v India Blue Kanpur 13 Sep 2017

 

D Monga, J Arunlal, LS Rajput, MK Pandey and Yuvraj Singh are the five batsmen who have scored double centuries on two occasions  in Duleep Trophy. Their performance is listed below

 

No No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 1 D Mongia 201 North Zone v South Zone Vijayawada 04 Jan 2001
  2 D Mongia 208 North Zone v Central Zone Delhi 25 Jan 2001
               
2 1 J Arun Lal 214 East Zone v Central Zone Pune 20 Oct 1986
  2 J Arun Lal 287 East Zone v West Zone Pune 25 Oct 1986
               
3 1 LS Rajput 221 West Zone v North Zone Trivandrum 11 Oct 1985
  2 LS Rajput 275 West Zone v Central Zone Nagpur 15 Oct 1987
               
4 1 MK Pandey 218 South Zone v Central Zone Hyd-RGS 26 Jan 2011
  2 MK Pandey 213 South Zone v West Zone Chennai 03 Oct 2013
               
5 1 Yuvraj Singh 209 North Zone v South Zone Faridabad 12 Mar 2002
  2 Yuvraj Singh 208 North Zone v Central Zone Hyd-RGS 14 Oct 2012

 

D Mongia and J Arunlal are the two batsmen to score two double centuries in the same season. J Arunlal was the first batsman to accomplish the feat in 1986 and D Mongia emulated him in 2001.

 

No No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 1 D Mongia 201 North Zone v South Zone Vijayawada 04 Jan 2001
  2 D Mongia 208 North Zone v Central Zone Delhi 25 Jan 2001
               
2 1 J Arun Lal 214 East Zone v Central Zone Pune 20 Oct 1986
  2 J Arun Lal 287 East Zone v West Zone Pune 25 Oct 1986

 

MAK Pataudi, S Badrinath, B Indrajith and SS Karim are the four batsmen who have scored exact 200 runs in the tournament. SS Karim remains the only batsman to score 200 and remain not out. The performance of these four batsmen are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 MAK Pataudi 200 South Zone v West Zone Mumbai (BS) 28 Oct 1967
2 S Badrinath 200 South Zone v North Zone Rajkot 29 Jan 2009
3 B Indrajith 200 India Red v India Blue Kanpur 13 Sep 2017
4 SS Karim 200* East Zone v West Zone Nagpur 21 Oct 1995

 

R Lamba and GK Khoda are the two batsmen who have score triple century in the tournament. R Lamba’s 320 for North Zone against West Zone at Bhilai in Oct 87 is the highest individual score by a batsman in Duleep Trophy. The following table lists the performance of these two batsmen

 

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 R Lamba 320 North Zone v West Zone Bhilai 21 Oct 1987
2 GK Khoda 300* Central Zone v South Zone Panaji 01 Feb 2001

 

Teams winning a Duleep Trophy match by 200 plus runs margin

India Blue won its match against India Red by 355 runs in the Duleep Trophy Finals of 2016-17 season at Greater Noida to provide the 16th occasion of a team winning a Duleep Trophy match by 200 plus runs in its history. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Opposition Ground Match Date
1 South 552 runs v Central Hyd-RGS 26 Jan 2011
2 North 433 runs v East Rajkot 11 Feb 2008
3 South 411 runs v North Rajkot 29 Jan 2009
4 India Blue 355 runs v India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016
5 South 322 runs v Central Secunderabad 05 Jan 1990
6 Central 285 runs v South Pune 06 Nov 1993
7 West 274 runs v South Chennai 05 Feb 2009
8 South 250 runs v West Indore 19 Oct 2006
9 West 247 runs v North Indore 19 Nov 1995
10 North 237 runs v East Guwahati 18 Jan 2001
11 North 236 runs v West Valsad 21 Jan 1992
12 North 227 runs v South Mumbai 01 Dec 1998
13 South 219 runs v East Lucknow 19 Nov 1995
14 India Red 219 runs v India Green G Noida 23 Aug 2016
15 Central 218 runs v South Nagpur 20 Oct 1978
16 North 200 runs v South Bangalore 28 Aug 1992

India Blue won its match against India Red by 355 runs in the Duleep Trophy Finals of 2016-17 season at Greater Noida to provide the fifth occasion of a team winning a Duleep Trophy match by 300 plus runs in its history. All such occasions are listed below. India Red has carved the fourth largest victory in terms of runs in the history of Duleep Trophy

No Winner Margin Opposition Ground Match Date
1 South 552 runs v Central Hyd-RGS 26 Jan 2011
2 North 433 runs v East Rajkot 11 Feb 2008
3 South 411 runs v North Rajkot 29 Jan 2009
4 India Blue 355 runs v India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016
5 South 322 runs v Central Secunderabad 05 Jan 1990

The following are the three occasions in which a season has witnessed two teams winning a Duleep Trophy match by 200 plus runs. India Red had won its game by 219 runs against India Green in Aug 2016 in 2016-17 season.

No Winner Margin Opposition Ground Match Date
1 West 247 runs v North Indore 19 Nov 1995
2 South 219 runs v East Lucknow 19 Nov 1995
           
1 South 411 runs v North Rajkot 29 Jan 2009
2 West 274 runs v South Chennai 05 Feb 2009
           
1 India Red 219 runs v India Green G Noida 23 Aug 2016
2 India Blue 355 runs v India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016

Bowlers who have captured ten or more wickets in a match in the history of Duleep Trophy

RA Jadeja of India Blue captured 10 for 171 against India Red in the finals of Duleep Trophy 2017 at Greater Nodia to provide the 28th occasion of a bowler capturing ten or more wickets in the history of Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 BP Gupte 40.6×8 06 127 12 West South Kolkata 24 Jan 1963
2 EAS Prasanna 33.0 12 080 11 South Central Chennai 25 Dec 1965
3 BS Chandrasekhar 48.3 10 183 10 South North Delhi 29 Oct 1966
4 PM Salgaoncar 35.3 07 111 10 West South Chennai 17 Nov 1972
5 PK Shivalkar 46.3 10 089 11 West Central Nagpur 11 Oct 1974
6 R Goel 77.3 31 134 12 North South Chennai 27 Dec 1975
7 S Madan Lal 50.0 16 122 11 North West Mumbai 14 Oct 1982
8 Arshad Ayub 49.4 10 127 11 South North Kanpur 15 Oct 1987
9 Avinash Kumar 88.2 08 266 10 East West Guwahati 11 Jan 1991
10 SLV Raju 67.0 25 117 12 South East Vizag 21 Aug 1992
11 AR Kapoor 55.0 09 207 10 North Central Guwahati 03 Nov 1994
12 B Vij 39.0 02 140 10 North Central Bhilwara 10 Nov 1995
13 PS Vaidya 47.0 10 126 10 East South Lucknow 19 Nov 1995
14 H Ramkishen 47.3 07 182 10 South North Mumbai 01 Dec 1998
15 A Nehra 29.0 09 090 10 North East Guwahati 18 Jan 2001
16 DS Mohanty 35.0 07 091 14 East South Agartala 25 Jan 2001
17 IK Pathan 44.0 12 146 10 West Central Rajkot 12 Mar 2002
18 KS Parida 45.1 16 080 10 Central East Kolkata 19 Mar 2002
19 M Suresh Kumar 43.4 07 149 10 South Central Jaipur 09 Apr 2002
20 ND Hirwani 76.5 12 209 10 Plate B Elite B Chennai 12 Mar 2003
21 ND Hirwani 59.0 12 200 12 Plate B Plate A Bangalore 20 Mar 2003
22 Sarandeep Singh 66.1 08 229 11 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
23 Jai P Yadav 29.4 09 063 10 Central East Gwalior 15 Feb 2005
24 Z Khan 33.4 06 124 10 West Central Aurangabad 04 Nov 2005
25 VRV Singh 38.0 04 177 10 North West Mumbai 19 Feb 2008
26 RR Powar 55.0 11 187 10 West South Chennai 05 Feb 2009
27 KR Makvana 70.0 09 220 10 West North Chennai 06 Oct 2012
28 RA Jadeja 52.1 11 171 10 India Blue India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016

There are six occasion of bowlers capturing ten or more wickets conceding 200 plus runs in a Duleep Trophy match. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 Avinash Kumar 88.2 08 266 10 East West Guwahati 11 Jan 1991
2 Sarandeep Singh 66.1 08 229 11 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
3 KR Makvana 70.0 09 220 10 West North Chennai 06 Oct 2012
4 ND Hirwani 76.5 12 209 10 Plate B Elite B Chennai 12 Mar 2003
5 AR Kapoor 55.0 09 207 10 North Central Guwahati 03 Nov 1994
6 ND Hirwani 59.0 12 200 12 Plate B Plate A Bangalore 20 Mar 2003

There are six occasion of bowlers capturing ten or more wickets conceding less than 100 runs in a Duleep Trophy match. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 DS Mohanty 35.0 07 091 14 East South Agartala 25 Jan 2001
2 A Nehra 29.0 09 090 10 North East Guwahati 18 Jan 2001
3 PK Shivalkar 46.3 10 089 11 West Central Nagpur 11 Oct 1974
4 EAS Prasanna 33.0 12 080 11 South Central Chennai 25 Dec 1965
5 KS Parida 45.1 16 080 10 Central East Kolkata 19 Mar 2002
6 Jai P Yadav 29.4 09 063 10 Central East Gwalior 15 Feb 2005

ND Hirwani is the only bowler to capture ten or more wickets on two occasions in Duleep Trophy match. It is interesting to note that on both occasions he has leaked 200 plus runs. Both the occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 ND Hirwani 76.5 12 209 10 Plate B Elite B Chennai 12 Mar 2003
2 ND Hirwani 59.0 12 200 12 Plate B Plate A Bangalore 20 Mar 2003

The following table lists the eighteen occasion of a spin bowler taking ten or more wickets in a Duleep Trophy match. The list is in the chronological order

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 BP Gupte 40.6×8 06 127 12 West South Kolkata 24 Jan 1963
2 EAS Prasanna 33.0 12 080 11 South Central Chennai 25 Dec 1965
3 BS Chandrasekhar 48.3 10 183 10 South North Delhi 29 Oct 1966
4 PK Shivalkar 46.3 10 089 11 West Central Nagpur 11 Oct 1974
5 R Goel 77.3 31 134 12 North South Chennai 27 Dec 1975
6 Arshad Ayub 49.4 10 127 11 South North Kanpur 15 Oct 1987
7 Avinash Kumar 88.2 08 266 10 East West Guwahati 11 Jan 1991
8 SLV Raju 67.0 25 117 12 South East Vizag 21 Aug 1992
9 AR Kapoor 55.0 09 207 10 North Central Guwahati 03 Nov 1994
10 B Vij 39.0 02 140 10 North Central Bhilwara 10 Nov 1995
11 KS Parida 45.1 16 080 10 Central East Kolkata 19 Mar 2002
12 M Suresh Kumar 43.4 07 149 10 South Central Jaipur 09 Apr 2002
13 ND Hirwani 76.5 12 209 10 Plate B Elite B Chennai 12 Mar 2003
14 ND Hirwani 59.0 12 200 12 Plate B Plate A Bangalore 20 Mar 2003
15 Sarandeep Singh 66.1 08 229 11 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
16 RR Powar 55.0 11 187 10 West South Chennai 05 Feb 2009
17 KR Makvana 70.0 09 220 10 West North Chennai 06 Oct 2012
18 RA Jadeja 52.1 11 171 10 India Blue India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016

Bowlers capturing five or more wickets in an innings conceding runs between 90 and 99 in the history of Duleep Trophy

RA Jadeja of India Blue captured 5 for 95 against India Red in the ongoing Duleep Finals at Greater Noida to provide the 20th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings conceding runs between 90 and 99 in the history of Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Players W Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Javed Zaman 5 99 East Central Kanpur 11 Jan 2001
2 R Goel 7 98 North South Chennai 27 Dec 1975
3 M Venkataramana 6 98 South Central Secunderabad 05 Jan 1990
4 A Kuruvilla 6 98 West North Valsad 21 Jan 1992
5 NM Kulkarni 5 97 West North Kolkata 17 Dec 1999
6 S Venkataraghavan 5 95 South West Mumbai (BS) 18 Nov 1966
7 Randhir Singh 6 95 East Central Pune 20 Oct 1986
8 M Suresh Kumar 5 95 South Central Jaipur 09 Apr 2002
9 RA Jadeja 5 95 India Blue India Red G Noida 10 Sep 2016
10 RD Khanwilkar 5 94 South West Jamshedpur 12 Jan 1984
11 Avinash Kumar 5 94 East West Guwahati 11 Jan 1991
12 Avinash Kumar 6 94 East Central Alwar 11 Oct 1995
13 Jai P Yadav 5 94 Central East Gwalior 19 Oct 2006
14 AM Pai 6 93 West South Hyd-RGS 28 Feb 1969
14 Venkatram 5 93 East Central Srinagar 10 Sep 1988
15 A Uniyal 6 92 Elite B Plate B Chennai 12 Mar 2003
16 S Talwar 5 91 North West Bhilai 21 Oct 1987
17 Kanwaljit Singh 6 91 South East Jamshedpur 25 Oct 1994
18 VRV Singh 5 91 North West Mumbai 19 Feb 2008
19 SA Ankola 5 90 West North Indore 19 Nov 1995
20 Pankaj Singh 5 90 Central South Bangalore 22 Jan 2009

 

Bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in an innings conceding 150 plus runs in the history of Duleep Trophy

S Gopal of India Green captured five for 173 in the ongoing Duleep Finals against India Blue at Greater Noida to provide the ninth occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets conceding 150 plus runs in an innings in the history of Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Players W Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RK Chauhan 5 195 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
2 ND Hirwani 6 182 Plate B Elite A Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
3 Sarandeep Singh 8 180 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
4 S Gopal 5 173 India Green India Blue G Noida 04 Sep 2016
5 Avinash Kumar 5 172 East West Guwahati 11 Jan 1991
6 P Sunderam 5 168 Central South Jamadoba 06 Jan 1984
7 HH Watekar 5 163 South West Chennai 26 Mar 2002
8 BS Chandrasekhar 6 153 South West Vadodara 30 Oct 1976
9 Avinash Kumar 5 153 East West Mumbai 15 Jan 1992

S Gopal’s five for 173 represents the fourth expensive bowling innings figures in terms of runs conceded when a bowler has capture five or  more wickets in the history of Duleep Trophy.

No Players W Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RK Chauhan 5 195 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
2 ND Hirwani 6 182 Plate B Elite A Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
3 Sarandeep Singh 8 180 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
4 S Gopal 5 173 India Green India Blue G Noida 04 Sep 2016

It also represents the second most expensive bowling figures in terms of runs conceded when a bowler has captured exact five wickets in an innings – the most expensive figures being 5 for 195 by R Chauhan of Central Zone against North Zone at Vadodara in 1993 season

No Players W Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RK Chauhan 5 195 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
2 S Gopal 5 173 India Green India Blue G Noida 04 Sep 2016

Bowlers who have conceded 175 plus runs in an innings in the history of Duleep Trophy

Kuldeep Yadav of India Red returned with figures of 1 for 214 in the ongoing Duleep Trophy Finals at Greater Nodia against India Blue to provide the 22nd occasion of a bowler conceding 175 plus runs in an innings in the history of Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 ND Hirwani 53.0 7 225 1 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
2 Kuldeep Yadav 44.0 2 214 1 India Red India Blue G Noida 10 Sep 2016
3 HMRKB Herath 66.0 14 201 3 Srl A North Kolkata 12 Nov 2006
4 RK Chauhan 51.0 7 195 5 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
5 TS Saha 43.5 2 192 0 East North Rajkot 11 Feb 2008
6 AK Patel 47.0 3 190 0 West North Trivandrum 11 Oct 1985
7 ND Hirwani 56.0 4 183 3 Central North Vizag 30 Dec 1989
8 C Sharma 39.0 3 183 0 East North Kolkata 30 Nov 1994
9 RV Dhurv 48.0 3 183 3 West South Chennai 03 Oct 2013
1 ND Hirwani 54.3 6 182 6 Plate B Elite A Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
11 Sunny Gupta 46.0 4 182 4 East North Kochi 10 Oct 2013
12 AS Wassan 46.0 5 181 3 North Central Vizag 30 Dec 1989
13 Sarandeep Singh 50.1 7 180 8 Elite A Plate B Bangalore 27 Mar 2003
14 Arshad Ayub 46.0 7 179 2 South West Mumbai 27 Oct 1984
15 PN Kasliwal 34.0 1 179 3 West South Mumbai 31 Oct 1986
16 SA Ankola 32.0 2 178 4 West South Bangalore 30 Dec 1989
17 RGM Patel 48.0 8 178 1 West North Jamshedpur 25 Jan 1991
18 M Kartik 53.0 5 178 0 Central North Delhi 25 Jan 2001
19 S Talwar 52.0 3 177 1 North West Trivandrum 11 Oct 1985
20 S Kumar Prasad 72.0 19 177 2 East Central Chennai 25 Dec 1989
21 Ratan Singh 43.0 4 176 1 Central West Nagpur 15 Oct 1987
22 U Chatterjee 78.0 18 176 4 East North Kolkata 30 Nov 1994

Kuldeep Yadav of India Red returned with figures of 1 for 214 in the ongoing Duleep Trophy Finals at Greater Nodia against India Blue to provide the third occasion of a bowler conceding 200 plus runs in an innings in the history of Duleep Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 ND Hirwani 53.0 7 225 1 Central North Vadodara 10 Oct 1993
2 Kuldeep Yadav 44.0 2 214 1 India Red India Blue G Noida 10 Sep 2016
3 HMRKB Herath 66.0 14 201 3 Srl A North Kolkata 12 Nov 2006

Kuldeep Yadav became the second most expensive bowler in terms of runs conceded in an innings in the history of Duleep Trophy – the most expensive being ND Hirwani. ND Hirwani had leaked 225 runs for Central Zone against North Zone at Vadodara in 1993 season.

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