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Indian batsmen who have scored 50 plus centuries in first class games

Indian batsmen who have scored 50 plus centuries in first class games

CA Pujara became the eighth Indian batsman to score 50 plus centuries in First class games. The following table lists all the eight batsmen

No 100s Batsman Seasons
1 81 SM Gavaskar 1966/67-1987
2 81 SR Tendulkar 1988/89-2013/14
3 68 RS Dravid 1990/91-2011/12
4 57 W Jaffer 1996/97-2019/20
5 55 DB Vengsarkar 1975/76-1991/92
6 55 VVS Laxman 1992/93-2012/13
7 54 M Azharuddin 1981/82-1999/00
8 50 CA Pujara 2005/06-2019/20
CA Pujara’s Fifty first class centuries

CA Pujara’s Fifty first class centuries

CA Pujara scored 248 against Karnataka in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season which represent his 50th First class century. All his fifty centuries are tabulated below

No Score Match Date
1 145  Saurashtra v Goa 25 Dec 2005
2 177  Saurashtra v Tamil Nadu 17 Dec 2006
3 139  Saurashtra v Delhi 25 Dec 2006
4 100  India A v Zimbabwe Select XI 30 Jul 2007
5 109  Saurashtra v Himachal Pradesh 03 Nov 2007
6 148* Saurashtra v Delhi 15 Nov 2007
7 151* Saurashtra v Rajasthan 23 Nov 2007
8 302* Saurashtra v Orissa 10 Nov 2008
9 189  Saurashtra v Punjab 16 Nov 2008
10 176  Saurashtra v Mumbai 23 Nov 2008
11 112* Saurashtra v Karnataka 26 Dec 2008
12 204* Saurashtra v Maharashtra 17 Nov 2009
13 110  West Zone v North Zone 26 Jan 2010
14 208* India A v West Indies A 17 Jun 2010
15 159  India v New Zealand 23 Aug 2012
16 206* India v England 15 Nov 2012
17 135  India v England 23 Nov 2012
18 203* Saurashtra v Madhya Pradesh 29 Dec 2012
19 352  Saurashtra v Karnataka 06 Jan 2013
20 204  India v Australia 02 Mar 2013
21 137  India A v South Africa A 17 Aug 2013
22 306* India A v West Indies A 09 Oct 2013
23 113  India v West Indies 14 Nov 2013
24 102  Saurashtra v Bengal 21 Nov 2013
25 269  Saurashtra v Tamil Nadu 28 Nov 2013
26 153  India v South Africa 18 Dec 2013
27 100* Derbyshire v Leicestershire 23 Sep 2014
28 114  Saurashtra v Vidarbha 13 Jan 2015
29 133* Yorkshire v Hampshire 10 May 2015
30 145* India v Sri Lanka 28 Aug 2015
31 126  Saurashtra v Assam 13 Feb 2016
32 166  India Blue v India Green 04 Sep 2016
33 256* India Blue v India Red 10 Sep 2016
34 101* India v New Zealand 08 Oct 2016
35 124  India v England 09 Nov 2016
36 119  India v England 17 Nov 2016
37 116* Rest of India v Gujarat 20 Jan 2017
38 202  India v Australia 16 Mar 2017
39 112  Nottinghamshire v Gloucestershire 26 May 2017
40 153  India v Sri Lanka 26 Jul 2017
41 133  India v Sri Lanka 03 Aug 2017
42 204  Saurashtra v Jharkhand 01 Nov 2017
43 182  Saurashtra v Gujarat 09 Nov 2017
44 143  India v Sri Lanka 24 Nov 2017
45 132* India v England 30 Aug 2018
46 123  India v Australia 06 Dec 2018
47 106  India v Australia 26 Dec 2018
48 193  India v Australia 03 Jan 2019
49 131* Saurashtra v Karnataka 24 Jan 2019
50 248  Saurashtra v Karnataka 11 Jan 2020

CA Pujara scored 248 against Karnataka in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season which represent his 13th double century in First class games. All his double centuries are tabulated below

No Score Match Date
1 302* Saurashtra v Orissa 10 Nov 2008
2 204* Saurashtra v Maharashtra 17 Nov 2009
3 208* India A v West Indies A 17 Jun 2010
4 206* India v England 15 Nov 2012
5 203* Saurashtra v Madhya Pradesh 29 Dec 2012
6 352  Saurashtra v Karnataka 06 Jan 2013
7 204  India v Australia 02 Mar 2013
8 306* India A v West Indies A 09 Oct 2013
9 269  Saurashtra v Tamil Nadu 28 Nov 2013
10 256* India Blue v India Red 10 Sep 2016
11 202  India v Australia 16 Mar 2017
12 204  Saurashtra v Jharkhand 01 Nov 2017
13 248  Saurashtra v Karnataka 11 Jan 2020
R Vinaykumar’s 26 five wicket hauls in first class games

R Vinaykumar’s 26 five wicket hauls in first class games

R Vinay Kumar captured his 26th five plus wickets in First class cricket today when  he captured six for 32 against  Chandigarh at Chandigarh in the ongoing Ranji Trophy match between Puducherry and Chandigarh. All his 26 five wicket hauls are tabulated below. It was also 25th five wicket haul in Ranji Trophy

No O M Runs W Match Date
1 27.0 04 083 5 Kar v Guj 16.11.04
2 27.0 05 065 5 Kar v Rlys 23.11.05
3 15.0 08 022 5 Kar v Maha 25.12.05
4 22.4 12 047 5 Kar v U Pra 09.12.06
5 22.3 04 070 5 Kar v Saur 09.12.07
6 40.5 10 121 5 Kar v Delhi 17.12.07
7 13.0 03 038 6 Kar v Maha 25.12.07
8 21.4 11 032 8 Kar v Delhi 10.11.09
9 16.0 03 040 5 Kar v Maha 24.11.09
10 28.5 02 102 5 Sou v Cen 26.01.10
11 22.0 03 061 5 Kar v Punjab 10.11.10
12 21.0 06 058 7 Kar v Orissa 24.11.12
13 08.0 00 027 5 Kar v Punjab 18.01.14
14 18.4 08 047 6 Kar v RoI 09.02.14
15 17.3 05 034 6 Kar v Ben 14.12.14
16 08.0 01 020 6 Kar v Mum 25.02.15
17 15.4 06 034 5 Kar v T N 08.03.15
18 09.4 01 028 5 Kar v Vid 05.11.16
19 11.0 01 054 5 Kar v Raj 13.11.16
20 17.0 06 046 5 Kar v Maha 07.12.16
21 14.0 01 059 6 Kar v Maha 01.11.17
22 15.0 02 034 6 Kar v Mum 07.12.17
23 09.0 01 027 5 Pcherry v Meg 03.01.20
24 17.5 04 051 6 Pcherry v A Pra 19.01.20
25 07.4 01 025 5 Pcherry v A Pra 19.01.20
26 12.0 03 032 6 Pcherry v Cgarh 27.01.20
R Vinaykumar’s 502 First class wickets

R Vinaykumar’s 502 First class wickets

R Vinay Kumar captured his 500th First class wicket today when  he captured the wicket of Bipul Sharma {lbw for 41} of Chandigarh at Chandigarh in the ongoing Ranji Trophy match between Puducherry and Chandigarh. At the end of Chandigarh’s first innings. R Vinay Kumar has an aggregate of 502 first class wickets. All his 502 wickets are tabulated below

No Batsman Score MoD Match Inns Date
1 RS Gavaskar 6 lbw Kar v Bengal 1 07.11.04
2 SC Ganguly 27 c   1  
3 MY Lodhgar 0 c   1  
4 MY Lodhgar 22 c   2  
5 SS Paul 0 b   2  
6 AA Christian 6 c Kar v Gujarat 1 16.11.04
7 NK Patel 54 b   1  
8 MH Parmar 73 c   1  
9 SK Trivedi 43 b   1  
10 HA Majmudar 0 lbw   1  
11 NV Ojha 0 c Kar v Mad Pra 1 25.11.04
12 NV Ojha 0 c   2  
13 BR Tomar 44 lbw   2  
14 D Bundela 0 c   2  
15 MSK Prasad 13 c Kar v Andhra 1 04.12.04
16 RVC Prasad 1 b   1  
17 AS Pathak 10 b   2  
18 A Bali 43 lbw Kar v Delhi 1 13.12.04
19 R Bhatia 50 c   1  
20 W Jaffer 7 c Kar v Mumbai 1 22.12.04
21 VA Indulkar 47 b   1  
22 SB Bangar 8 b Kar v Railways 1 31.12.04
23 MS Yadav 0 b   1  
24 W Jaffer 13 c Sou Z v Wes Z 1 22.02.05
25 PA Patel 25 lbw   1  
26 RR Powar 31 c   1  
27 AB Agarkar 15 lbw   1  
28 V Sehwag 16 c Sou Z v Nor  Z 2 01.03.05
29 D Bundela 22 c Sou Z v Cen Z 1 27.10.05
30 SB Bangar 0 c Kar v Railways 1 23.11.05
31 AA Pagnis 39 lbw   1  
32 TP Singh 16 c   1  
33 SN Khanolkar 81 c   1  
34 G Shankar Rao 40 c   1  
35 AA Pagnis 76 c   2  
36 VR Samant 5 c Kar v Mumbai 1 01.12.05
37 SG Das 10 c Kar v Bengal 1 17.12.05
38 SG Das 43 c   2  
39 MK Tiwary 80 c   2  
40 LR Shukla 78 b   2  
41 SA Satbhai 0 b Kar v Maha 1 25.12.05
42 DS Jadhav 30 b   1  
43 SV Bahutule 19 b   1  
44 AA Patil 0 lbw   1  
45 AA Sanklecha 2 b   1  
46 SA Satbhai 57 lbw   2  
47 KD Aphale 5 b   2  
48 S Dhawan 0 c Kar v Delhi 2 03.01.06
49 AA Bilakhia 2 lbw Kar v Gujarat 1 10.01.06
50 KA Damani 2 lbw   2  
51 NK Patel 66 c   2  
52 JJ Martin 33 c Kar v Baroda 1 23.11.06
53 RA Parab 54 b   2  
54 S Sharma 0 c Kar v Haryana 1 01.12.06
55 M Rawat 65 b   1  
56 S Sharma 0 b   2  
57 Sunny Singh 0 c   2  
58 SS Shukla 0 lbw Kar v U Pra 1 09.12.06
59 TM Srivastava 16 lbw   1  
60 SK Raina 0 lbw   1  
61 PP Chawla 38 c   1  
62 RP Singh 2 b   1  
63 M Kaif 4 c   2  
64 SJ Srivastava 0 lbw   2  
65 AS Chopra 0 b Kar v Delhi 1 17.12.06
66 M Manhas 4 lbw   1  
67 KS Sahabuddin 9 lbw Kar v Andhra 1 25.12.06
68 Mohd Faiq 0 c   1  
69 MSK Prasad 38 lbw   2  
70 KS Sahabuddin 46 c   2  
71 BA Sumanth 6 c   2  
72 S Arjun Kumar 0 lbw   2  
73 A Srikkanth 4 lbw Kar v Tamil Nadu 2 02.01.07
74 HK Badani 59 c   2  
75 CA Pujara 62 b Kar v Saurashtra 1 10.01.07
76 JN Shah 15 b   1  
77 SG Das 2 b Kar v Bengal 1 23.01.07
78 MK Tiwary 0 c   1  
79 AB Agarkar 24 lbw Kar v Mumbai 1 03.11.07
80 VR Samant 24 c   1  
81 Iqbal Abdulla 18 lbw   1  
82 SO Kukreja 23 lbw   2  
83 W Jaffer 17 b   2  
84 P Dogra 3 lbw Kar v Him Pra 1 15.11.07
85 A Mannu 18 c   1  
86 M Sharma 0 lbw   1  
87 S Sharma 0 c   2  
88 Sangram Singh 5 b   2  
89 A Mannu 9 c   2  
90 A Srikkanth 0 lbw Kar v Tamil Nadu 1 23.11.07
91 R Ramkumar 65 c   1  
92 P Amarnath 8 c   1  
93 S Badrinath 46 c   2  
94 R Ramkumar 20 c   2  
95 RD Bist 99 c Kar v Rajasthan 1 01.12.07
96 VA Saxena 37 lbw   2  
97 KM Vaghela 37 c Kar v Saurashtra 1 09.12.07
98 SD Jogiyani 0 c   1  
99 SH Kotak 18 lbw   1  
100 CA Pujara 48 c   1  
101 RV Dhruve 34 c   1  
102 KM Vaghela 34 c   2  
103 SD Jogiyani 7 c   2  
104 V Kohli 169 c Kar v Delhi 1 17.12.07
105 M Manhas 124 b   1  
106 R Bhatia 8 b   1  
107 M Tehlan 41 c   1  
108 P Awana 1 lbw   1  
109 HH Khadiwale 96 c Kar v Maha 1 25.12.07
110 AR Bawne 27 c   1  
111 AS Joshi 0 b   1  
112 SG Jadhav 4 c   1  
113 HH Khadiwale 12 c   2  
114 AR Bawne 0 b   2  
115 AS Joshi 0 b   2  
116 AJ Shrikhande 0 lbw   2  
117 Y Venugopal Rao 56 c   2  
118 AP Dole 12 c   2  
119 AS Chopra 37 lbw Sou Z v Nor Z 1 26.01.08
120 M Manhas 3 b   1  
121 Yashpal Singh 97 c   1  
122 U Kaul 33 c   1  
123 AS Das 0 lbw Sou Z v Eas Z 1 03.02.08
124 MS Vardhan 20 c   1  
125 SS Paul 0 b   2  
126 A Raja Ali 52 lbw Kar v Railways 1 03.11.08
127 Harvinder Singh 22 b   1  
128 K Anureet Singh 1 c   1  
129 AA Pagnis 0 c   2  
130 A Mukund 8 c Kar v Tamil Nadu 1 10.11.08
131 S Badrinath 7 c   1  
132 L Balaji 8 c   1  
133 BA Sumanth 4 lbw Kar v Andhra 1 16.11.08
134 M Suresh 54 c   1  
135 GV Sarath Babu 25 c   1  
136 HH Watekar 9 c   2  
137 VM Sai 0 c   2  
138 Y  Rao 5 c   2  
139 CC Williams 0 b Kar v Baroda 1 23.11.08
140 SS Parab 19 b   2  
141 RV Pawar 1 c   2  
142 B Kumar 55 b Kar v U Pra 1 12.12.08
143 P Kumar 0 c   1  
144 RP Singh 14 c   1  
145 CR Pathak 24 c Kar v Saurashtra 1 26.12.08
146 SH Kotak 11 c   1  
147 CR Pathak 0 c   2  
148 BM Chauhan 6 c   2  
149 KR Makwana 0 c   2  
150 SS Shukla 5 c Kar v U Pra 1 03.11.09
151 B Kumar 10 lbw   1  
152 RU Shukla 10 lbw   2  
153 AS Chopra 6 c Kar v Delhi 1 10.11.09
154 G Chhabra 6 b   1  
155 A Sharma 0 c   1  
156 M Tehlan 28 c   1  
157 Y Nagar 13 lbw   1  
158 S Narwal 0 b   1  
159 P Awana 17 b   1  
160 PS Suyal 4 b   1  
161 AS Chopra 6 lbw   2  
162 P Bisht 14 c   2  
163 S Narwal 14 c   2  
164 Shibsagar Singh 1 b Kar v Bengal 1 17.11.09
165 SS Lahiri 37 lbw   1  
166 RR Bose 4 c   1  
167 SS Mondal 11 c   2  
168 RB Banerjee 3 lbw   2  
169 HH Khadiwale 7 c Kar v Maha 1 24.11.09
170 AJ Shrikhande 2 b   1  
171 KM Jadhav 6 c   1  
172 AR Bawne 5 c   1  
173 RH Motwani 13 b   1  
174 HH Khadiwale 6 b   2  
175 GB Gaikwad 47 b   2  
176 KR Adhav 4 b   2  
177 JJ Martin 29 lbw Kar v Baroda 1 01.12.09
178 AA Bilakhia 7 lbw   1  
179 PR Shah 0 c   1  
180 CC Williams 35 c   2  
181 SS Parab 0 lbw   2  
182 MY Vahora 13 b   2  
183 M Sidana 37 c Kar v Punjab 1 24.12.09
184 P Dharmani 29 c   1  
185 T Kohli 5 c   1  
186 U Kaul 86 c   2  
187 V Bhalla 34 c   2  
188 Parvinder Singh 0 lbw Kar v U Pra 1 03.01.10
189 SO Kukreja 0 c Kar v Mumbai 1 11.01.10
190 W Jaffer 3 c   1  
191 AM Rahane 14 c   1  
192 Iqbal Abdulla 30 c   1  
193 SO Kukreja 13 c   2  
194 DS Kulkarni 87 c   2  
195 Iqbal Abdulla 15 c   2  
196 M Kaif 112 c Sou Z v Cen Z 1 26.01.10
197 NV Ojha 14 c   1  
198 P Kumar 21 c   1  
199 RP Singh 7 c   1  
200 Pankaj Singh 1 b   1  
201 JS Saxena 3 b   2  
202 SB Bangar 2 c   2  
203 S Kanwar 26 lbw Kar v Punjab 1 10.11.10
204 R Inder Singh 0 b   1  
205 HS Bansal 0 b   1  
206 MS Gony 21 c   1  
207 Rajwinder Singh 0 c   1  
208 V Bhalla 22 lbw   2  
209 MS Gony 3 c   2  
210 Rajwinder Singh 0 c   2  
211 HK Badani 88 lbw Kar v Haryana 1 17.11.10
212 Dhruv Singh 2 b   1  
213 CC Williams 11 c Kar v Baroda 1 08.12.10
214 AT Ray 13 c   1  
215 TM Srivastava 8 lbw Kar v U Pra 1 15.12.10
216 ER Dwivedi 0 c   1  
217 NV Ojha 12 c Kar v Mad Pra 1 24.12.10
218 Murtuza Ali 2 b   1  
219 D Bundela 9 lbw   2  
220 AN Sharma 32 lbw   2  
221 CC Williams 7 c Kar v Baroda 1 03.01.11
222 MD Mishra 28 c Sou Z v Cen Z 1 26.01.11
223 NV Ojha 8 c   1  
224 D Bundela 29 c   2  
225 AL Menaria 63 c   2  
226 RP Singh 5 c   2  
227 AA Wakhare 10 c   2  
228 M Manhas 7 b Sou Z v Nor  Z 1 02.02.11
229 A Mishra 7 b   1  
230 RR Parida 85 c RoI v Rajasthan 1 01.10.11
231 RB Jhalani 1 b   1  
232 MS Khatri 31 lbw   1  
233 VA Saxena 17 b   2  
234 VA Deshpande 0 c Kar v Rajasthan 1 03.11.11
235 MS Khatri 8 c   1  
236 AL Menaria 27 b   2  
237 M Suresh 14 c Kar v Railways 2 10.11.11
238 AM Rahane 24 c Kar v Mumbai 1 17.11.11
239 W Jaffer 0 lbw   1  
240 Iqbal Abdulla 22 b   1  
241 OD Gurav 20 b   1  
242 MEK Hussey 14 c Ind v Australia 1 13.01.12
243 GH Worker 0 lbw Ind A v NZl A 1 26.09.12
244 DG Brownlie 1 c   1  
245 GH Worker 89 b   2  
246 SR Wells 32 c   2  
247 RA Young 9 c   2  
248 GH Worker 0 lbw Ind A v NZl A 1 03.10.12
249 NT Broom 16 c   1  
250 DS Jadhav 1 c Sou Z v East Z 1 14.10.12
251 MS Vardhan 0 b   2  
252 BC Mohanty 35 c   2  
253 SS Quadri 1 c   2  
254 GP Swann 6 b Ind A v Eng XI 1 30.10.12
255 KH Devdhar 2 lbw Kar v Baroda 1 02.11.12
256 KH Devdhar 0 lbw   2  
257 SD Mulia 14 c Kar v Orissa 1 24.11.12
258 NJ Behera 61 b   1  
259 DR Behera 0 c   1  
260 SD Mulia 0 b   2  
261 NJ Behera 4 b   2  
262 GB Podder 16 b   2  
263 BB Samantray 86 c   2  
264 SD Sahoo 48 lbw   2  
265 DR Behera 7 c   2  
266 BC Mohanty 5 c   2  
267 S Dhawan 38 c Kar v Delhi 1 08.12.12
268 P Awana 74 c   1  
269 U Chand 18 lbw   2  
270 S Narwal 41 c   2  
271 P Awana 6 c   2  
272 AR Verma 10 b Kar v Jharkhand 2 07.11.13
273 SK Patel 8 b Kar v Gujarat 1 14.11.13
274 U Kaul 29 c Kar v Punjab 1 14.12.13
275 T Kohli 30 b   2  
276 G Khera 84 lbw   2  
277 D Subramanian 13 b Kar v Mumbai 2 22.12.13
278 AP Tare 0 b   2  
279 Javed Khan 15 c   2  
280 Milind Kumar 2 b Kar v Delhi 1 30.12.13
281 M Manhas 12 b   1  
282 R Bhatia 13 b   1  
283 S Narwal 22 lbw   1  
284 TM Srivastava 32 lbw Kar v U Pra 1 08.01.14
285 M Dagar 13 c   1  
286 ER Dwivedi 2 c   1  
287 TM Srivastava 44 c   2  
288 RP Singh 3 b   2  
289 Mandeep Singh 17 lbw Kar v Punjab 1 18.01.14
290 Gurkeerat Singh 8 c   1  
291 G Khera 0 c   1  
292 Harbhajan Singh 7 c   1  
293 Jaskaran Singh 20 c   1  
294 HH Khadiwale 15 lbw Kar v Maha 1 29.01.14
295 AA Darekar 2 c   1  
296 AA Sanklecha 1 lbw   1  
297 HH Khadiwale 9 c   2  
298 VH Zol 31 c   2  
299 KM Jadhav 112 c   2  
300 CG Khurana 37 c   2  
301 Jiwanjot Singh 0 lbw Kar v Rest of India 1 09.02.14
302 RNB Apparajith 2 lbw   1  
303 KM Jadhav 2 lbw   1  
304 Harbhajan Singh 25 c   1  
305 K Anureet Singh 0 lbw   1  
306 Pankaj Singh 0 b   1  
307 Jiwanjot Singh 7 lbw   2  
308 G Gambhir 9 c   2  
309 KD Karthik 27 b   2  
310 Mandeep Singh 2 lbw   2  
311 GB Podder 6 c Sou Z v East Z 1 22.10.14
312 JS Saxena 2 c Sou Z v Cen Z 1 29.10.14
313 AN Ghosh 32 c   1  
314 FY Fazal 72 c   2  
315 RNB Apparajith 5 c Kar v Tamil Nadu 1 07.12.14
316 M Rangarajan 4 c   1  
317 KM Gandhi 1 lbw   2  
318 R Prasanna 15 c   2  
319 V Shankar 8 c   2  
320 AS Das 21 c Kar v Bengal 1 14.12.14
321 SD Chatterjee 57 lbw   1  
322 MK Tiwary 0 lbw   1  
323 MK Tiwary 4 b   2  
324 SP Goswami 32 c   2  
325 SS Lahiri 0 c   2  
326 V Pratap Singh 0 c   2  
327 AB Dinda 1 b   2  
328 SS Paul 0 c   2  
329 AB Yadav 4 b Kar v Railways 2 21.12.14
330 K Anureet Singh 5 c   2  
331 A Reshi 18 c Kar v J + K 1 05.01.15
332 Hardeep Singh 15 c   1  
333 S Beigh 1 b   1  
334 Mohd Mudhasir 1 c   1  
335 AP Singh 4 b   2  
336 I Dev Singh 94 b   2  
337 S Beigh 4 c   2  
338 JS Saxena 0 b Kar v Mad Pra 1 13.01.15
339 SS Sharma 8 b   1  
340 JS Saxena 26 b   2  
341 TM Srivastava 6 c Kar v U Pra 1 29.01.15
342 Imtiyaz Ahmed 5 c   1  
343 SG Mangela 4 c Kar v Mumbai 1 06.02.15
344 SS Iyer 20 c   1  
345 SD Lad 106 c   1  
346 HS Baddhan 12 lbw   1  
347 GK Sharma 58 b Kar v Assam 1 16.02.15
348 Tarjinder Singh 30 lbw   1  
349 AA Herwadkar 0 lbw Kar v Mumbai 1 25.02.15
350 AP Tare 9 c   1  
351 SD Lad 0 c   1  
352 NA Patil 2 c   1  
353 WA Mota 0 lbw   1  
354 SN Thakur 6 c   1  
355 NA Patil 0 c   2  
356 A Mukund 35 b Kar v Tamil Nadu 1 08.03.15
357 M Vijay 5 lbw   1  
358 RNB Apparajith 1 b   1  
359 V Shankar 5 lbw   1  
360 AA Crist 21 c   1  
361 M Vijay 27 lbw   2  
362 V Shankar 103 c   2  
363 U Chand 0 b Kar v RoI 1 17.03.15
364 Jiwanjot Singh 17 c   1  
365 MK Tiwary 14 lbw   1  
366 SP Purkayastha 3 b Kar v Assam 1 01.10.15
367 KB Arun Karthik 28 lbw   1  
368 PP Das 26 c   2  
369 AA Verma 0 lbw   2  
370 Naved Ahmed 3 c Kar v Bengal 1 08.10.15
371 AA Das 6 c   1  
372 PP Ojha 5 b   1  
373 AB Dinda 4 c   1  
374 H Rana 33 c Kar v Haryana 1 22.10.15
375 R Dewan 19 c   2  
376 S Rana 18 c   2  
377 AL Menaria 17 c Kar v Rajasthan 1 30.10.15
378 R Bhatia 99 lbw   1  
379 DL Chahar 13 c   1  
380 NB Behera 0 b Kar v Orissa 1 07.11.15
381 RR Dhuper 0 c   2  
382 GB Podder 7 c   2  
383 N Rana 32 c Kar v Delhi 1 23.11.15
384 VV More 25 c Kar v Maha 1 01.12.15
385 BD Solanki 7 c   1  
386 SM Gugale 8 c   2  
387 CG Khurana 0 c   2  
388 KM Jadhav 11 lbw   2  
389 NR Dhumal 5 c   2  
390 LM Yadav 4 c Kar v Vidarbha 1 05.11.16
391 AA Wakhare 3 c   1  
392 SR Ramaswamy 2 lbw   2  
393 G Satish 3 c   2  
394 AD Shanware 3 c   2  
395 RL Jangid 0 c   2  
396 AA Wakhare 5 c   2  
397 Manendra Singh 11 c Kar v Rajasthan 1 13.11.16
398 PI Sharma 26 c   1  
399 SF Khan 1 c   1  
400 SS Dobal 47 c   1  
401 Manendra Singh 0 c   2  
402 SF Khan 39 c   2  
403 CD Bist 24 b   2  
404 Tanveer-ul-Hak 4 c   2  
405 Pankaj Singh 0 c   2  
406 AS Yadav 33 c Kar v Orissa 1 21.11.16
407 KM Parmar 0 c Kar v Saurashtra 1 29.11.16
408 SB Vyas 0 c   1  
409 SP Jackson 19 c   1  
410 JN Shah 39 c   1  
411 NS Shaikh 3 b Kar v Maha 1 07.12.16
412 KM Jadhav 8 b   1  
413 CG Khurana 16 c   1  
414 AA Sanklecha 13 lbw   1  
415 PC Dadhe 16 c   1  
416 RH Motwani 9 c   2  
417 KD Karthik 31 c Kar v Tamil Nadu 1 23.12.16
418 AA Crist 5 c   1  
419 PP Das 15 c Kar v Assam 1 14.10.17
420 SA Roy 17 c   1  
421 RK Das 21 b   2  
422 GK Sharma 66 b   2  
423 AN Ahmed 17 c   2  
424 Rahul Singh 4 c   2  
425 BP Sandeep 80 b Kar v Hyderabad 2 24.10.17
426 SM Gugale 6 b Kar v Maha 1 01.11.17
427 HH Khadiwale 10 c   1  
428 AR Bawne 1 c   1  
429 RH Motwani 4 c   1  
430 PC Dadhe 1 lbw   1  
431 SM Fallah 12 c   1  
432 N Saini 4 lbw Kar v Delhi 1 09.11.17
433 PP Shaw 2 c Kar v Mumbai 1 07.12.17
434 JG Bista 1 c   1  
435 AA Herwadkar 32 c   1  
436 AP Parkar 0 lbw   1  
437 SD Lad 8 c   1  
438 KM Kothari 1 c   1  
439 SD Lad 31 c   2  
440 AP Tare 0 c   2  
441 FY Fazal 12 lbw Kar v Vidarbha 1 17.12.17
442 AV Wadkar 12 c   1  
443 FY Fazal 0 lbw   2  
444 AA Sarwate 55 lbw   2  
445 SS Neral 12 c   2  
446 AV Wankhade 12 lbw Kar v Vidarbha 1 12.11.18
447 SB Wagh 57 c   1  
448 CG Khurana 0 lbw Kar v Maha 1 28.11.18
449 NS Shaikh 2 c   1  
450 RD Gaikwad 89 b   2  
451 NS Shaikh 73 c   2  
452 SM Fallah 6 b   2  
453 BH Merai 4 c Kar v Gujarat 1 14.12.18
454 PP Chawla 34 c   1  
455 AV Gautam 12 b Kar v Rajasthan 1 15.01.19
456 RD Bist 13 lbw   1  
457 SS Patel 0 c Kar v Saurashtra 2 24.01.19
458 VM Jadeja 0 lbw   2  
459 SP Jackson 100 b   2  
460 Indrajit Kumar 0 lbw PCherry v Bihar 2 09.12.19
461 Babul Kumar 9 c   2  
462 Vivek Kumar 29 c   2  
463 Sabir Khan 3 c   2  
464 Faizan Khan 2 b PCherry v Sikkim 1 17.12.19
465 Iqbal Abdulla 8 c   1  
466 PK Tamang 1 b   1  
467 BL Subba 7 c   1  
468 BB Diyali 24 c   2  
469 LV Ngaiha 0 c PCherry v Mizoram 1 25.12.19
470 LH Ralte 6 b   1  
471 LL Guite 2 b   1  
472 PP Desai 45 c   2  
473 LH Ralte 24 b   2  
474 LL Guite 0 lbw   2  
475 DB Ravi Teja 5 c PCherry v Meghalaya 1 03.01.20
476 P Bisht 43 b   1  
477 DN Sangma 5 c   1  
478 WM Nongkhlaw 2 c   2  
479 MJV Ingty 0 c   2  
480 AH Sen 4 c   2  
481 AN Singhania 4 lbw   2  
482 AK Chowdhary 4 b   2  
483 AD Kaushik 0 c PCherry v Goa 1 11.01.20
484 SS Kauthankar 3 c   1  
485 LA Garg 0 c   2  
486 KL Yangfo 14 c PCherry v Aru Pra 1 19.01.20
487 S Seth 67 lbw   1  
488 R Dalal 51 c   1  
489 S Tacho 7 c   1  
490 AR Sahani 21 c   1  
491 N Tempol 0 c   1  
492 T Tallam 6 b   2  
493 R Dalal 0 b   2  
494 TT Neri 0 b   2  
495 N Tempol 4 b   2  
496 Y Niya 6 c   2  
497 S Bhambri 10 lbw PCherry v Chan’garh 1 27.01.20
498 R Bishnoi 41 lbw   1  
499 AK Kaushik 0 c   1  
500 Bipul Sharma 41 b   1  
501 Gurinder Singh 0 C   1  
502 Arpit Pannu 0 Lbw   1  
All round performance of scoring a century and capturing eight or more wickets in an innings in a First class match

All round performance of scoring a century and capturing eight or more wickets in an innings in a First class match

There are 31 occasions of an all round performance of a cricketer scoring a century and capturing eight or more wickets in an innings in a First Class match. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs W-R Player Match Ground Season
1 182* 10-090 FA Tarrant Mah of C-B XI v Lord Willingdon’s XI DGG, Poona 1918/19
2 108  10-074 VE Walker England v Surrey The Oval 1859
3 192* 10-069 EM Grace Gentlemen of MCC v Gentlemen of Kent Canterbury 1862
4 105  09-118 FR Foster Warwickshire v Yorkshire Birmingham 1911
5 112  09-109 Kaluhalamulla Bloomfield CA Club v Srl Army SC Colombo 2009/10
6 101* 09-105 FA Tarrant Middlesex v Lancashire Manchester 1914
7 271  09-096 G Giffen South Australia v Victoria Adelaide 1891/92
8 106  09-053 BMAJ Mendis Tamil UCA Club v Srl Ports AC Club Col-SSC 2018/19
9 115  09-045 Naved Anjum Habib Bank Ltd v National Bank of Pak Lahore 1991/92
10 110  09-033 JL Hopwood Lancashire v Leicestershire Manchester 1933
11 101  08-099 TPB Smith Essex v Middlesex Chelmsford 1938
12 115  08-085 Parvez Rasool Jammu and Kashmir v Services Palam A- Delhi 2018/19
13 148  08-080 JR Gunn Nottinghamshire v Lancashire Nottingham 1921
14 106  08-074 Intikhab Alam Surrey v Middlesex The Oval 1970
15 101* 08-069 BR Knight Essex v Nottinghamshire Nottingham 1963
16 130  08-067 RC Ontong Glamorgan v Nottinghamshire Nottingham 1985
17 168* 08-066 LOS Poidevin Lancashire v Worcestershire Worcester 1905
18 166  08-065 G Giffen South Australia v Victoria Adelaide 1887/88
19 229* 08-060 Ali Zia Lahore City Whites v Faisalabad Lahore 1985/86
20 109* 08-060 AD Pougher Leicestershire v Essex Leyton 1894
21 102  08-058 CR Browne British Guiana v Barbados Georgetown 1925/26
22 103  08-053 BJT Bosanquet Middlesex v Sussex Lord’s 1905
23 149  08-052 GJ Toogood Oxford Uni v Cambridge Uni Lord’s 1985
24 175* 08-043 T Taibu Mashonaland v Midlands Kwekwe 2003/04
25 136  08-039 SG Smith Northamptonshire v Somerset Bath 1912
26 150  08-033 WG Grace Gloucestershire v Yorkshire Sheffield 1872
27 158  08-033 R Pandit Jammu and Kashmir v Services Srinagar 1986/87
28 117  08-030 M Watkinson Lancashire v Hampshire Manchester 1994
29 145  08-029 JR Mason Kent v Somerset Taunton 1901
30 174  08-022 FE Woolley Kent v Gloucestershire Maidstone 1921
31 150* 08-013 DPB Morkel South Africans v W Australia Perth 1931/32
FOUR WICKETS IN FOUR BALLS – FIVE IN SIX BALLS – IN FIRST CLASS CRICKET

FOUR WICKETS IN FOUR BALLS – FIVE IN SIX BALLS – IN FIRST CLASS CRICKET

It was a Thursday, June 28, 1862 in Victorian England, and a First-Class match was about to begin at Hove between Kent and hosts Sussex. English cricket was in a state of transition at the time, making the laborious and contentious change from the early underarm mode of bowling to round-arm and finally, to the over-arm form of bowling that we know today. Overs of the time consisted of 4 balls only, and there were many who sported top-hats and gaiters in the field. Pitches were far from perfect and there was always the anticipation of something unusual happening during the course of the game.

 From left: Bob Crisp, the only man to take 4-in-4 twice; Pat Pocock, who took 4 in 4, 5 in 6, 6 in 9, and 7 in 11; and Neil Wagner, the only one to take 5 wickets in an over in First-Class cricket © Getty Images

From left: Bob Crisp, the only man to take 4-in-4 twice; Pat Pocock, who took 4 in 4, 5 in 6, 6 in 9, and 7 in 11; and Neil Wagner, the only one to take 5 wickets in an over in First-Class cricket © Getty Images 

John Hale, skipper of the Sussex team and a former Rugby School alumnus, opted for first strike. He might have regretted the decision soon, because Sussex were bowled out for 101, off 82 overs.

Kent’s main wicket-taker was one Joseph Wells, from Penshurst Place, with figures of 28-13-35-6. It seems that Wells was a nephew of Timothy Duke, related to the Duke family of Penshurst that had been in the business of manufacturing their celebrated brand of six-seam cricket balls with a Royal Patent in 1775. His son, of course, earned more fame, and went by the name of HG Wells.

Bob Crisp: A once-in-a-generation character who also played cricket – Till date, there have been 44 instances of a bowler taking 4 wickets off 4 consecutive balls in First-Class cricket. Bob Crisp is the only bowler to perform the feat twice in his First-Class career, as follows:

– For Western Province (WP) against Griqualand West (GW) at Johannesburg in 1931-32 – Crisp took 8 for 31 in the GW first innings of 114, including a hat-trick. He also took 5 in 8 balls, 6 in 12, and 7 in 25.

– For WP against Natal at Durban in 1933-34 – Crisp took 9 for 64 in the Natal first innings of 214.

In this connection, perhaps a special mention should be made of Neil Wagner, born in 1986 at Pretoria, but whose magic figures materialised while playing for Otago against Wellington at Queenstown in Plunket Shield 2010-11.

Wagner captured a hat-trick in the Wellington first innings of 148, converted that into a 4-in-4, and completed the over by taking 5 wickets in the six-ball over, becoming the first ever, and to date, the only, bowler to do so in the history of First-Class cricket. Bowling the last over before lunch on the third day, Wagner picked up 4 wickets with the first 4 balls of the over, before finishing the over with another wicket off the sixth

Further scrutiny of the available data shows that there had been 8 instances up to the year 1899, 24 instances from 1900 to the year 1999, and 12 instances from the year 2000 till date.

There are only two Indians in this list: Sadanand Mohol and Shankar Saini, both of whom have played relatively few First-Class matches in their respective careers. Let us look at the careers of these two in a little detail.

A right-arm fast-medium bowler, Mohol played 45 matches, capturing 165 wickets at 21.32. His best innings bowling figures were 8 for 42. He had five or more wickets in an innings 9 times and 10 or more wickets in a match twice. He was one of the only two quick bowlers to be selected for the Indian team on the 1967 tour of England, the other being Subrata Guha. Mohol, however, was never awarded a Test cap.

He was playing for the Indian Board President’s XI against a team with the rather involved name of Maharashtra Small Savings Minister’s and Life Insurance Company Chairman’s Combined XI in a Defence Fund Match at the Club of Maharashtra Ground in Poona in 1965-66. Opening bowling with Maharashtra teammate Vasant Ranjane, Mohol captured 6 for 70 from his 29.5 overs (7 maidens) in the opponents’ first innings total of 220.

Mohol took a hat-trick with the wickets of Ajit Wadekar, Sudhakar Adhikari, and Madhukar Gupte, then followed up with the prize scalp of ML Jaisimha with his next ball to become the first Indian bowler to take a 4-in-4 in First-Class cricket.

There was a feeling among the cognoscenti that Mohol had turned out to be a bit of an underachiever as far as his First-Class career went, given his talent and the promise that he had shown in his early days.

Saini was a right arm medium paced bowler. He played 20 matches capturing 57 wickets. His best innings figures read 6 for 21, and his bowling average was 22.85. He had 5 wickets in an innings 4 times, but never 10 wickets in a match.

Saini succeeded in establishing his name in the record books against Himachal Pradesh at Delhi in 1988-89. Delhi declared their first innings closed at 448 for 3 after their first wicket had fallen without any runs on the board. Raman Lamba (118) and Manoj Prabhakar (229*) added 280 for the second wicket. Saini did not bat in the innings.

Himachal Pradesh, a relatively inexperienced and definitely weaker unit, were dismissed for 102 in the first innings, Saini capturing 6 for 21, his best ever innings bowling analysis. His last two deliveries of the first innings got him the wickets of Shakti Singh and Anil Sen.

When he came on to bowl in the second innings, his first delivery earned him the wicket of Shakti again, and Satish Mehra with his next ball. Saini thus became only the second, and till date, last, Indian bowler to capture a 4-in-4, with the added twist of doing this over two innings and capturing the wicket of one batsman (Shakti) twice in the sequence.

Shankar Saini takes four wickets in four balls; dismisses Shakti Singh twice in a hat-trick – In fact, Saini became only the second bowler to dismiss the same batsman twice in the same hat-trick. Back in 1844, William Clarke of all-England had done the same to John Fagge of Kent.

The last bowler till date to have accomplished this feat of a 4-in-4 has been Kelly Smuts, for Eastern Province (EP) against Boland at Paarl in 2015-16. Smuts had a magical game, scoring the only individual century of the game (108) in the only EP innings of 442, and capturing 7 for 36 and 6 for 35.

The feat occurred in the Boland second innings of 144, when Smuts took the wickets of Emile Kriek, Thomas Kannemeyer, wicketkeeper Junaid Cassiem, and Ferisco Adams. EP won by an innings and 93 runs.

Pat Pocock: An off-spinner in the classical mould – It would be a grave injustice to the enigmatic and brilliant Surrey off-break bowler Pat Pocock if we were to conclude this narrative without mentioning his wondrous deeds against Sussex at Eastbourne in August 1972. Pocock’s initial analysis of 2 for 69 in the first innings of 226 was but a prelude to the astounding occurrences to follow in the 2nd innings. The scorecard makes the bare statement that Pocock had a second-innings analysis of 7 for 67 from 16 overs.

The match notes elaborate further on the deeds, as follows: – With 3 overs left of the compulsory 20 in the last hour, Sussex were187 for 1. – Pocock’s penultimate over was w.w2.w

– The final over of the innings (with Sussex needing 5 to win) was bowled by Pocock and went as follows: www1ww, the final wicket being a run out. 5 wickets falling in the final over is unique in First-Class cricket.

Pocock set three world records: – 5 wickets in 6 balls, equalling Bill Copson (this record has, of course, been subsequently surpassed by Wagner as stated above, with his 5 wickets in the same 6-ball over), – 6 wickets in 9 balls, and – 7 in 11. In effect, then, Pocock’s 4-in-4 was also accomplished over 2 overs.

First Published on November 10, 2016 9:57 AM IST Last updated on November 10, 2016 1:02 PM IST – COMPILED BY PRADIP DHOLE IS A RETIRED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER WITH A LIFE-LONG INTEREST IN CRICKET HISTORY AND STATISTICS AND THE ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN CRICKET COUNTRY.COM

Teams posting a total of 800 plus runs in a first class game

Teams posting a total of 800 plus runs in a first class game

Vidarbha posted a total of 800 for 7 declared against Rest of India in the ongoing Irani Trophy at Nagpur to provide the 35th occasion of a team posting a total of 800 plus run in a first-class game. It also provides the seventh occasion of a team posting a total of 800 plus runs in the first-class game on Indian soil. The following table lists all such occasions.

TEAMS POSTING A TOTAL OF 800 PLUS RUNS
No Total Teams Ground Season
1 1107 Victoria  v New South Wales MCG, Melbourne 1926/27
2 1059 Victoria  v Tasmania MCG, Melbourne 1922/23
3 952-6d Sri Lanka  v India Col-RPS 1997
4 951-7d Sind  v Baluchistan Karachi 1973/74
5 944-6d Hyderabad  v Andhra Secunderabad 1993/94
6 918 New South Wales  v South Australia SCG, Sydeny 1900/01
7 912-8d Holkar  v Mysore Yeshwant CG, Indore 1945/46
8 912-6d Tamil Nadu  v Goa Panaji 1988/89
9 910-6d Railways  v Dera Ismail Khan Rlys MIG Lahore 1964/65
10 903-7d England  v Australia Kennington Oval 1938
11 900-6d Queensland  v Victoria Brisbane 2005/06
12 887 Yorkshire  v Warwickshire Birmingham 1896
13 868 North Zone  v West Zone Bhilai 1987/88
14 863 Lancashire  v Surrey Kennington 1990
15 855-6d Bombay  v Hyderabad Bom-WS 1990/91
16 850-7d Somerset  v Middlesex Taunton 2007
17 849 England  v West Indies Kingston 1929/30
18 843 Aus’s  v O and C Uni Past and Present Portsmouth 1893
19 839 New South Wales  v Tasmania SCG, Sydney 1898/99
20 826-4 Maharashtra  v Kathiawar Poona CG, Poona 1948/49
21 824 Lahore Greens  v Bahawalpur B-e-J, Lahore 1965/66
22 821-7d South Australia  v Queensland Adelaide 1939/40
23 815 New South Wales  v Victoria SCG, Sydney 1908/09
24 811 Surrey  v Somerset Kennington Oval 1899
25 810-4d Warwickshire  v Durham Birmingham 1994
26 807 New South Wales  v South Australia Adelaide 1899/00
27 806-8d Victoria  v Queensland MCG, Melbourne 2008/09
28 805 New South Wales  v Victoria MCG, Melbourne 1905/06
29 803 Non-Smokers  v Smokers EMCG, Melbourne 1886/87
30 803-4d Kent  v Essex Brentwood 1934
31 802 New South Wales  v South Australia SCG, Sydney 1920/21
32 802-8d Karachi Blues  v Lahore City Peshawar 1994/95
33 801 Lancashire  v Somerset Taunton 1895
34 801-8d Derbyshire  v Somerset Taunton 2007
35 800-7d Vidarbha v Rest of India Nagpur-J 2017-18
TEAMS POSTING A TOTAL OF 800 PLUS RUNS ON INDIAN SOIL
No Total Teams Ground Season
1 944-6d Hyderabad  v Andhra Secunderabad 1993/94
2 912-8d Holkar  v Mysore Yeshwant CG, Indore 1945/46
3 912-6d Tamil Nadu  v Goa Panaji 1988/89
4 868 North Zone  v West Zone Bhilai 1987/88
5 855-6d Bombay  v Hyderabad Bom-WS 1990/91
6 826-4 Maharashtra  v Kathiawar Poona CG, Poona 1948/49
7 800-7d Vidarbha v Rest of India Nagpur-J 2017-18

 

 

CA Pujara completes Ten thousand first class runs

CA Pujara completes Ten thousand first class runs

CA Pujara achieved the landmark of reaching 10,000 runs in First Class Cricket during his knock of 111 not out on the first day of Duleep Trophy Finals between India Blue and India Red at Greater Noida. He reached the landmark when he was on 19 during his knock of 111 not out. At the end of the first day of Duleep Finals, his first class run aggregate read 10092. His 111 not out was his 33rd first class century. The following table shows CA Pujara’s first class career season wise and venue wise prior to the start of the Duleep Trophy Finals

Season Venue M I NO Runs HS Ave C HC Ct St
2005-06 India 3 4 0 181 145  45.25 1 0 1  
2006 Australia 1 2 0 8 4.00 0 0 0  
2006-07 India 8 14 2 600 177  50.00 2 3 1 1
2007-08 Zimbabwe 2 2 0 108 100  54.00 1 0 0  
2007-08 Kenya 1 1 0 9 9.00 0 0 0  
2007-08 India 13 22 5 907 151* 53.35 3 3 12  
2008-09 India 12 19 3 1049 302* 65.56 4 1 5  
2009-10 India 6 10 1 741 204* 82.33 2 5 1  
2010 England 3 4 2 322 208* 161.00 1 1 4  
2010-11 South Africa 2 3 0 31 19  10.33 0 0 6  
2010-11 India 5 8 2 174 72  29.00 0 2 3  
2011-12 India 5 9 1 257 78  32.12 0 3 7  
2012 India 2 3 0 216 159  72.00 1 0 0  
2012 West Indies 3 6 1 252 96* 50.40 0 3 0  
2012-13 India 13 23 6 1585 352  93.23 5 3 5  
2013 South Africa 2 3 0 193 137  64.33 1 1 2  
2013-14 India 8 10 1 882 306* 98.00 4 0 6  
2013-14 South Africa 2 4 0 280 153  70.00 1 1 0  
2013-14 New Zealand 2 4 0 60 23  15.00 0 0 3  
2014 England 8 16 2 441 100* 31.50 1 2 6  
2014-15 India 4 7 1 227 114  37.83 1 0 8  
2014-15 Australia 3 6 0 201 73  33.50 0 1 2  
2015 Sri Lanka 1 2 1 145 145* 145.00 1 0 1  
2015 India 2 4 0 119 55  29.75 0 1 0  
2015 England 4 6 1 264 133* 52.80 1 1 2  
2015-16 India 10 15 1 470 126  33.57 1 1 13  
2016 West Indies 3 2 0 62 46  31.00 0 0 3  
2016-17 India 1 2 0 197 166  98.50 1 0 0  
  Total 129 211 30 9981 352 55.14 32 32 91 1

The following table lists the 33 centuries scored by CA Pujara in his  first class career including his 111 not out in the ongoing Duleep Trophy Finals

Inn Score Match Date
1 145  Saurashtra v Goa 25 Dec 2005
2 177  Saurashtra v Tamil Nadu 17 Dec 2006
3 139  Saurashtra v Delhi 25 Dec 2006
4 100  India A v Zimbabwe Select XI 30 Jul 2007
5 109  Saurashtra v Himachal Pradesh 03 Nov 2007
6 148* Saurashtra v Delhi 15 Nov 2007
7 151* Saurashtra v Rajasthan 23 Nov 2007
8 302* Saurashtra v Orissa 10 Nov 2008
9 189  Saurashtra v Punjab 16 Nov 2008
10 176  Saurashtra v Mumbai 23 Nov 2008
11 112* Saurashtra v Karnataka 26 Dec 2008
12 204* Saurashtra v Maharashtra 17 Nov 2009
13 110  West Zone v North Zone 26 Jan 2010
14 208* India A v West Indies A 17 Jun 2010
15 159  India v New Zealand 23 Aug 2012
16 206* India v England 15 Nov 2012
17 135  India v England 23 Nov 2012
18 203* Saurashtra v Madhya Pradesh 29 Dec 2012
19 352  Saurashtra v Karnataka 06 Jan 2013
20 204  India v Australia 02 Mar 2013
21 137  India A v South Africa A 17 Aug 2013
22 306* India A v West Indies A 09 Oct 2013
23 113  India v West Indies 14 Nov 2013
24 102  Saurashtra v Bengal 21 Nov 2013
25 269  Saurashtra v Tamil Nadu 28 Nov 2013
26 153  India v South Africa 18 Dec 2013
27 100* Derbyshire v Leicestershire 23 Sep 2014
28 114  Saurashtra v Vidarbha 13 Jan 2015
29 133* Yorkshire v Hampshire 10 May 2015
30 145* India v Sri Lanka 28 Aug 2015
31 126  Saurashtra v Assam 13 Feb 2016
32 166  India Blue v India Green 04 Sep 2016
33 111* India Blue v India Red 10 Sep 2016

 Notes – All statistics as of 10.09.16