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Teams posting 400 plus runs margin wins in Ranji Trophy

Vidarbha beat Kerala by 412 runs at Surat in its Ranji Trophy match to  provide  the 16th occasion of a team winning a Ranji Trophy match by 400 plus runs margin, says the Domestic Statistics Champion Sri C Keshavamurthy. All such occasions are listed  below  in chronological order.

No Team Opposition Venue Margin Season
1 Delhi Gwalior Gwalior 419 runs 1943/44
2 Maharashtra Nawanagar Poona 489 runs 1944/45
3 Hyderabad Karnataka Secunderabad 417 runs 1946/47
4 Karnataka Hyderabad Bangalore 422 runs 1951/52
5 Mumbai Holkar Bombay 531 runs 1951/52
6 Bengal Orissa Cuttack 540 runs 1953/54
7 Delhi Patiala Delhi 423 runs 1955/56
8 Mumbai Bengal Bombay 420 runs 1958/59
9 Delhi Baroda Delhi 441 runs 1983/84
10 Rajasthan Assam Udaipur 482 runs 1994/95
11 Hyderabad Delhi Secunderabad 438 runs 1998/99
12 Orissa J & K Cuttack 420 runs 2000/01
13 Orissa Assam Balasore 429 runs 2001/02
14 Karnataka Vidarbha Nagpur 465 runs 2002/03
15 Him Pradesh J & K Dharmasala 480 runs 2008/09
16 Vidarbha Kerala Surat 412 runs 2017/18

The  same list  is rearranged in the descending order of margin. Is is interesting to note  that two teams have  won by 500 plus runs margin.

No Team Opposition Venue Margin Season
1 Bengal Orissa Cuttack 540 runs 1953/54
2 Mumbai Holkar Bombay 531 runs 1951/52
3 Maharashtra Nawanagar Poona 489 runs 1944/45
4 Rajasthan Assam Udaipur 482 runs 1994/95
5 Him Pradesh J & K Dharmasala 480 runs 2008/09
6 Karnataka Vidarbha Nagpur 465 runs 2002/03
7 Delhi Baroda Delhi 441 runs 1983/84
8 Hyderabad Delhi Secunderabad 438 runs 1998/99
9 Orissa Assam Balasore 429 runs 2001/02
10 Delhi Patiala Delhi 423 runs 1955/56
11 Karnataka Hyderabad Bangalore 422 runs 1951/52
12 Mumbai Bengal Bombay 420 runs 1958/59
13 Orissa J & K Cuttack 420 runs 2000/01
14 Delhi Gwalior Gwalior 419 runs 1943/44
15 Hyderabad Karnataka Secunderabad 417 runs 1946/47
16 Vidarbha Kerala Surat 412 runs 2017/18

Delhi is the only team  to win by 400 plus runs margin on three occasions, while Orissa, Mumbai, Karnataka and Hyderabad are the  four team to register such wins on two occasions.

No Team Opposition Venue Margin Season
1 Delhi Gwalior Gwalior 419 runs 1943/44
2 Delhi Patiala Delhi 423 runs 1955/56
3 Delhi Baroda Delhi 441 runs 1983/84
           
1 Orissa J & K Cuttack 420 runs 2000/01
2 Orissa Assam Balasore 429 runs 2001/02
           
1 Mumbai Holkar Bombay 531 runs 1951/52
2 Mumbai Bengal Bombay 420 runs 1958/59
           
1 Karnataka Hyderabad Bangalore 422 runs 1951/52
2 Karnataka Vidarbha Nagpur 465 runs 2002/03
           
1 Hyderabad Karnataka Secunderabad 417 runs 1946/47
2 Hyderabad Delhi Secunderabad 438 runs 1998/99

It is interesting to note that Karnataka and Hyderabad are the only two teams to have won by 400 plus runs margin as opponents.  Hyderabad had posted a 422 runs win against the then Mysore, now Karntaka at Secunderabad in 1941-42 season.  Mysore/Karnataka had a sweet revenge when it posted a 422 runs win against Hyderabad in 1951-52 season at Bangalore.

No Team Opposition Venue Margin Season
1 Hyderabad Karnataka Secunderabad 417 runs 1946/47
2 Karnataka Hyderabad Bangalore 422 runs 1951/52

The following are the occasions when teams have posted 400 plus runs margin wins in the knock out stages of the championship.

No Team Opposition Venue Margin Season Stage
1 Orissa J & K Cuttack 420 runs 2000/01 Pre Quarter Final
2 Rajasthan Assam Udaipur 482 runs 1994/95 Pre Quarter Final
             
1 Hyderabad Delhi Secunderabad 438 runs 1998/99 Quarter Final
2 Vidarbha Kerala Surat 412 runs 2017/18 Quarter Final
             
1 Delhi Baroda Delhi 441 runs 1983/84 Semi Final
2 Karnataka Vidarbha Nagpur 465 runs 2002/03 Semi Final
             
1 Mumbai Holkar Bombay 531 runs 1951/52 Final
2 Mumbai Bengal Bombay 420 runs 1958/59 Final

 

R Vinay Kumar of Karnataka hat tricks against Mumbai at Nagpur to provide the 75th hat trick in the history of Ranji Trophy

R Vinay Kumar of Karnataka performed the hat trick against Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy Quarter final of 2017-18 to provide the 75th occasion of a bowler performing the feat in the history of Ranji Trophy. All such occasions are listed below

No Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 M Baqa Jilani N India v S Punjab Amritsar 1934/35
2 Mubarak Ali Nawanagar v W India Poona 1936/37
3 TC Longfield Bengal v Bihar Calcutta 1937/38
4 JB Khot Bombay v Baroda Bombay-BS 1943/44
5 D Narottam Kathiawar v Baroda Dhrol 1947/48
6 SN Banerjee Bihar v Delhi Jamshedpur 1948/49
7 CT Sarwate Holkar v Bihar Jamshedpur 1948/49
8 PK Sen Bengal v Orissa Cuttack 1954/55
9 VM Muddiah Services v E Punjab Roshanara- Delhi 1955/56
10 VB Ranjane Maharashtra v Saurashtra Khadakvasla 1956/57
11 N Khanna S Punjab v J & K Patiala 1959/60
12 S Nyalchand Saurashtra v Baroda Dharangadhra 1961/62
13 HG Gaekwad M Pradesh v Rajasthan Jabalpur 1962/63
14 UN Kulkarni Bombay v Gujarat Anand 1963/64
15 SS Jhanji U Pradesh v Vidarbha VCA- Nagpur 1963/64
16 JS Rao Services v J & K Army HQ-Delhi 1963/64
17 JS Rao Services v N Punjab Amritsar 1963/64
18 JS Rao Services v N Punjab Amritsar 1963/64
19 Ravinder Pal Delhi v S Punjab Sector 16-Chandigarh 1965/66
20 BS Bedi Delhi v Punjab Delhi-FSK 1968/69
21 KR Gattani Rajasthan v U Pradesh Varanasi 1969/70
22 Mehboodullah Khan U Pradesh v M Pradesh Lucknow 1971/72
23 B Kalyanasundaram Tamil Nadu v Bombay Chepauk, Madras 1972/73
24 AM Ismail Bombay v Saurashtra Bombay 1973/74
25 AR Bhat Karnataka v Bombay Bangalore 1981/82
26 B Arun Tamil Nadu v Goa Panaji 1986/87
27 B Burman Bengal v Tripura Eden-Calcutta 1986/87
28 S Mohapatra Orissa v Tripura Cuttack 1987/88
29 SS Saini Delhi v Him Pradesh Delhi-FSK 1988/89
30 SA Ankola Maharashtra v Gujarat Pune 1988/89
31 J Srinath Karnataka v Hyderabad Secunderabad 1989/90
32 AS Singla Haryana v Services Gurgaon 1989/90
33 SP Mukherjee Bengal v Hyderabad Secunderabad 1989/90
34 V Venkatram Bihar v Tripura Jamshedpur 1990/91
35 RP Singh U Pradesh v Vidarbha Kanpur 1991/92
36 A Kumble Karnataka v Andhra Ukku-Visakhapatnam 1991/92
37 S Subramaniam Tamil Nadu v Kerala Thiruvalla 1992/93
38 PV Gandhe Vidarbha v Rajasthan Alwar 1993/94
39 Arshad Ayub Hyderabad v Kerala Kottayam 1993/94
40 S Sensharma Bengal v Delhi Eden-Calcutta 1993/94
41 M Suresh Kumar Railways v Rajasthan Karnail Singh-Delhi 1995/96
42 M Kartik Railways v Vidarbha Karnail Singh-Delhi 1996/97
43 A Kumble Karnataka v Orissa Rourkela 1997/98
44 A Katti Karnataka v Kerala Thalassery 1998/99
45 DK Devanand Tamil Nadu v Orissa Chepauk, Chennai 1998/99
46 A Mishra Haryana v H Pradesh Rohtak 2001/02
47 A Barik Orissa v Assam Balasore 2001/02
48 Gagandeep Singh Punjab v U Pradesh Mohali 2002/03
49 R Ramkumar Tamil Nadu v Karnataka Bangalore-IAF 2003/04
50 S Sreesanth Kerala v Him Pradesh Palakkad 2004/05
51 RV Pawar Baroda v Hyderabad Secunderabad 2004/05
52 RB Patel Baroda v Tamil Nadu Vadodara 2004/05
53 J Sharma Haryana v Andhra Lahli, Rohtak 2006/07
54 SK Cheruvathur Kerala v Gujarat Surat 2007/08
55 P Awana Delhi v Maharashtra Nagothane 2007/08
56 VR Singh Punjab v Orissa Mohali 2007/08
57 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Maharashtra Ratnagiri 2007/08
58 PV Gandhe Vidarbha v Services Palam A- Delhi 2008/09
59 SY Veragi Baroda v Tamil Nadu Vadodara 2008/09
60 A Mithun Karnataka v U Pradesh Meerut 2009/10
61 SM Fallah Maharashtra v Baroda Pune-PCG 2009/10
62 Dhruv Singh Haryana v U Pradesh Mohan Nagar 2010/11
63 P Suyal Delhi v Assam Roshanara-Delhi 2010/11
64 AN Ahmed Assam v Goa Guwahati 2011/12
65 SK Trivedi Saurashtra v Punjab Mohali 2011/12
66 KR Upadhyay Railways v Punjab Mohali 2011/12
67 Mohammed Shami Bengal v M Pradesh Indore 2012/13
68 RV Dhruve Gujarat v Vidarbha VCA- Nagpur 2013/14
69 S Aravind Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Bangalore 2014/15
70 Mohit Sharma Haryana v Delhi Rohtak 2014-15
71 HS Sharath Karnataka v Haryana Mysore 2015-16
72 Basant Mohanty Orissa v Delhi Bhubaneswar 2015-16
73 Umesh Yadav Vidarbha v Rajasthan Nagpur-VCA 2015-16
74 Rana Dutta Tripura v Him Pradesh Kalyani 2016-17
75 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Mumbai Nagpur-VCA 2017-18

R Vinay Kumar became the  third bowler to perform hat trick against Bombay in Ranji Trophy. Others are B Kalyanasundaram of Tamilnadu and AR Bhat of Karnataka. All the three  occasions are tabulated below

No Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 B Kalyanasundaram Tamil Nadu v Bombay Chepauk, Madras 1972/73
2 AR Bhat Karnataka v Bombay Bangalore 1981/82
3 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Mumbai Nagpur-VCA 2017-18

R Vinay Kumar’s feat provides the tenth occasion of a Karnataka bowler performing the Hat trick in Ranji Trophy. A Kumble and R Vinay Kumar performing the feat twice, All the ten occasions are listed below

No Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 AR Bhat Karnataka v Bombay Bangalore 1981/82
2 J Srinath Karnataka v Hyderabad Secunderabad 1989/90
3 A Kumble Karnataka v Andhra Ukku-Visakhapatnam 1991/92
4 A Kumble Karnataka v Orissa Rourkela 1997/98
5 A Katti Karnataka v Kerala Thalassery 1998/99
6 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Maharashtra Ratnagiri 2007/08
7 A Mithun Karnataka v U Pradesh Meerut 2009/10
8 S Aravind Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Bangalore 2014/15
9 HS Sharath Karnataka v Haryana Mysore 2015/16
10 Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Mumbai Nagpur-VCA 2017/18

A Kumble {02}. JSS Rao {03}, PV Gandhe {02} and R Vinay Kumar {02} are the four bowlers to get a hat trick in Ranji Trophy on two or more occasions. JSS Rao of Services is the only bowler to perform the feat in both innings of the match. He was representing Services and performed the rare feat against Northern Punjab at Amritsar in 1963-64

No Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 A Kumble Karnataka v Andhra Ukku-Visakhapatnam 1991/92
2 A Kumble Karnataka v Orissa Rourkela 1997/98
         
1 JS Rao Services v J & K Army HQ-Delhi 1963/64
2 JS Rao Services v N Punjab Amritsar 1963/64
3 JS Rao Services v N Punjab Amritsar 1963/64
         
1 PV Gandhe Vidarbha v Rajasthan Alwar 1993/94
2 PV Gandhe Vidarbha v Services Palam A- Delhi 2008/09
         
1 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Maharashtra Ratnagiri 2007/08
2 R Vinay Kumar Karnataka v Mumbai Nagpur-VCA 2017/18

 

 

Some more feats by MA Agarwal in Ranji Trophy

C Keshavamurthy pens some more records on MA Agarwal. Peruse them ……………………………

MA Agarwal scored 173 and 134 aggregating 307 against Railways at Delhi. His feat of scoring 300 plus runs in a match provides the fourth occasion of a Karnataka batsman accomplishing the feat. It is Interesting to note that MA Agarwal has achieved the feat twice to become the only Karnataka Batsman to score 300 plus runs in a match on two occasions. The four occasions are listed below. MA Agarwal’s feat  of scoring 300 plus runs in a match on two occasions have come in one season – 2017-18

No Players Runs FI SI Team Oppn Venue Season
1 KL Rahul 380 337 43 Karnataka Uttar  Pradesh Bangalore 2014-15
2 KK Nair 328 328   Karnataka Tamilnadu Mumbai 2014-15
3 MA Agarwal 307 173 134 Karnataka Railways Delhi 2017-18
4 MA Agarwal 304 304   Karnataka Maharashtra Pune 2017-18

 

MA Agarwal’s heroics in Ranji Trophy season 2017-18

Domestic Champion Statistician C Keshava Murthy pens an article on Agarwal’s heroics in Ranji Trophy Matches in 2017 exclusively for the netizens of hrgcricstats.com. Read on ……………

MA Agarwal has been phenomenal with his batting in this season. He has scored centuries against Maharashtra at Pune, against Delhi at Bangalore, against UP at Kanpur and against Railways at Delhi. – He has accounted for many memorable feats and achieved a couple of milestone this season which are enumerated below.

Born on 16th February 1991 at Bangalore  Agarwal (full name – Mayank Anurag Agarwal), made his presence felt in his debut match itself 4 years ago in Ranji Trophy by scoring 90 against Jharkhand at Mysore in 2013-14. He made 380 runs in 8 matches at 34.54 in that season. He had a lean season in 2014-15 (121 in 4 matches at 20.16 with a lone half century) followed by a somewhat better performance in 2015-16 (417 runs in 5 matches at 52.12 with his maiden century and 3 half centuries) but again went into oblivion with a poor performance in 2016-17 (284 runs in 7 matches at 23.66 with 3 half centuries).

Rumours were floating whether he would retain his place this season, and he had a sigh of relief when he found his normal place in the playing eleven. Things were not all that rosy for him  in the first  two matches of the season. He was dismissed for 31 against Assam in the  first match and collected a pair in the next match against Hyderabad at Shimoga He was selected for the next match against Maharashtra at Pune despite the failure in the first two matches. He made his presence felt in this game by scoring a triple century – 304 not out.  The following are  some of the statistical accreditations of MA Agarwal’s 304 not out. 

He became the third Karnataka batsman to score a triple century after KL Rahul and KK Nair.

No Player Opposition Score Venue Season
1 KL Rahul Uttar Pradesh 337 Bangalore 2014-15
2 KK Nair Tamilnadu 328 Mumbai 2014-15
3 MA Agarwal Maharashta 304* Pune 2017-18

MA Agarwal’s 304 not out represent the highest score  by a Karnataka batsman against Maharashtra and  he became the first  Karnataka batsman to score a triple century against  Maharashtra. The previous best was 264* by CM Gautam at Pune in 2012-13.

MA Agarwal’s 304 not out represent the 43rd occasion of a batsman scoring 300 plus runs in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy. He also became the third batsman to score a triple hundred in the ongoing season 2017-18

No Player Runs Opposition Venue Ground
1 P Chopra 338 Him Pradesh Punjab Dharmasala
2 GH Vihari 302* Andhra Orissa Vizianagaram
3 MA Agarwal 303* Karnataks Maharashtra Pune

The following table lists the triple hundreds scored by batsmen against Maharashtra. MA Agarwal became the fifth batsman to accomplish the feat and his knock represents the third highest score.

No Player Runs Team Opposition Venue Season
1 VM Merchant 359* Mumbai Maharashtra Mumbai 1943-44
2 RR Panth 308 Delhi Maharashtra Mumbai 2016-17
3 MA Agarwal 304* Karnataka Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
4 AS Chopra 301 Rajasthan Maharashtra Nasik 2010-11
5 A Mukund 300* Tamilnadu Maharashtra Nasik 2008-09

MA Agarwal became the 33rd player From Karnataka to achieve the feat of scoring 2000 or more runs in the Ranji Trophy – He accomplished the feat of scoring 2000 runs  when he was on 41 in his first innings knock of 173 against Railways at Delhi in his 30th match and 50th innings. At the  end of this match, his run aggregate read 2266. The complete list of the players who have completed 2000 or more runs in Ranji Trophy for Karnataka is furnished below

No Runs Player Mat
1 7126 BP Patel 104
2 6845 RV Uthappa 098
3 5655 GR Vishwanath 093
4 4874 R Dravid 048
5 4699 MK Pandey 066
6 4679 J Arunkumar 072
7 4288 Vijay Bharadwaj 067
8 4179 SMH Kirmani 097
9 4173 RMH Binny 068
10 4116 SB Joshi 117
11 4027 VS Thilak Naidu 081
12 3907 CM Gautam 079
13 3893 RL Barrington 059
14 3824 KA Jeshwanth 066
15 3759 CS Saldanha 060
16 3731 STR Binny 069
17 3453 S Somasundar 068
18 3418 AV Jayaprakash 070
19 3907 R Sudhakar Rao 067
20 2913 KL Rahul 029
21 2816 MR Srinivasprasad 047
22 2622 KB Pawan 043
23 2549 R Samarth 033
24 2468 KK Nair 032
25 2432 VS Thilak Naidu 044
26 2361 Ganesh Satish 039
27 2300 PV Shashikanth 049
28 2266 MA Agarwal 030
29 2251 V Subramanya 044
30 2191 B Vijayakrishna 074
31 2188 AA Verma 036
32 2081 R Vinay Kumar 097
33 2071 S Vishwanath 045

MA Agarwal achieved another milestone during his second innings knock of 134 against Railways at Delhi. He completed 1000 runs in 2017-18 season when he was on 70. At the end of this game his run aggregate read 1064. He is  the only batsman  to accomplish the feat this season. He became the third Karnataka batsman to aggregate 1000 plus runs in a Ranji Trophy season. Others are Vijay Bharadwaj and KL Rahul

No Runs Player Mat Season
1 1280 Vijay Bharadwaj 10 1998-99
2 1064 MA Agarwal 06 2017-18
3 1033 KL Rahul 10 2013-14

MA Agarwal became the 18th player to aggregate 1000 plus runs in a season in the history of Ranji Trophy.  The following table lists all the eighteen batsmen

No Runs Mts Player Team HS Season 100-50
1 1415 09 VVS Laxman Hyderabad 353 1999-00 8-0
2 1321 10 SS Iyer Mumbai 200 2015-16 4-7
3 1310 10 PK Panchal Gujarat 314* 2016-17 5-4
4 1280 10 Vijay Bharadwaj Karnataka 200* 1998-99 4-7
5 1260 10 W Jaffer Mumbai 301 2008-09 4-5
6 1223 11 KM Jadhav Maharashtra 204 2013-14 6-2
7 1089 10 AM Rahane Mumbai 201 2008-09 4-5
8 1075 08 S Sriram Tamilnadu 288 1999-00 5-1
9 1066 07 DS Jadhav Maharashtra 251 2003-04 4-3
10  1064 06 MA Agarwal Karnataka 304* 2017-18 5-1
11 1037 08 JJ Martin Baroda 242 1998-99 5-2
12 1034 10 R Lamba Delhi 250 1996-97 3-4
 13 1034 10 RD Bist Rajasthan 176 2011-12 4-4
14 1033 08 AK Sharma Delhi 220* 1996-97 5-3
15 1033 10 KL Rahul Karnataka 158 2013-14 3-4
16 1018 07 WV Raman Tamilnadu 313 1988-89 3-1
17 1008 05 RS Modi Mumbai 245* 1944-45 5-1
18 1004 11 HH Khadiwale Maharashtra 262 2013-14 3-4

MA Agarwal scored centuries in both innings – 173* and 134 against Railways at Delhi. He became the  second Karnataka batsman to accomplish the feat of scoring  twin centuries in a match. Prior to MA Agarwal, Kunal Kapoor who had scored 106 and 100* against Haryana at Hubballi in 2012-13 Agarwal also became only the fifth batsman to score century in each innings against Railways in Ranji Trophy

No Player FI SI Team Oppn Venue Season
1 S Madanlal 140 100 Delhi Railways Delhi 1980-81
2 Padam Shastri 159 101 Rajasthan Railways Kota 1984-85
3 Ajay Sharma 136 182 Delhi Railways Delhi 1995-96
4 Amay Khurasiya 105 118* Mad Pradesh Railways Delhi 2000-01
5 Mayank Agarwal 173* 134 Karnataka Railways Delhi 2017-18

MA Agarwal became the first batsman in the history of Ranji Trophy to score five hundreds in four consecutive matches. His scores this season read thus

No Opponent FI SI Venue Season
1 Maharashtra 304*   Pune 2017-18
2 Delhi 176 23 Bengaluru 2017-18
3 Uttar Pradesh 90 133* Kanpur 2017-18
4 Railways 173* 134 Delhi 2017-18

MA Agarwal became the third batsman to score five centuries in consecutive matches in a season after RS Modi of Mumbai and AK Sharma of Delhi. It is noted with interest that all the three batsmen have scored at least one double century, while MA Agarwal is the only batsman to score a triple century. Modi and AK Sharma scored  five centuries in five consecutive matches, while MA Agarwal scored  five centuries in four consecutive matches.

RS Modi of Mumbai
No Opponent FI SI Season
1 Sind 160   1944-45
2 Western India 210   1944-45
3 Baroda 245* 031* 1944-45
4 N India 113   1944-45
5 Holkar 98 151 1944-45
AK Sharma of Delhi
No Opponent FI SI Season
1 Tamilnadu 128   1996-97
2 Railways 220*   1996-97
3 Baroda 118 010 1996-97
4 Maharashtra 144   1996-97
5 Mumbai 176   1996-97
   MA Agarwal       
No Opponent FI SI Season
1 Maharashtra 304*   2017-18
2 Delhi 176 23 2017-18
3 Uttar Pradesh 90 133* 2017-18
4 Railways 173* 134 2017-18

MA Agarwal has scored five centuries in four consecutive matches and is the only Karnataka batsman to accomplish the feat. The following table lists the Karnataka batsmen who have scored three centuries in three consecutive  matches

No Players Season Cs Runs Oppn Runs Oppn Runs Oppn
1 BP Patel 1977-78 –  1978/79 03 100 UP 100 Kerala 126 And
2 RMH Binny 1982/83 –  1983-84 03 115 + 045 Bom 101*+ 19 Kerala 14 + 108*  
3 R Dravid 1990/91 – 1991/92 03 134 Ben 126 Goa 128 Ker
4 R Dravid 1997/98 – 1999/00 03 215 UP 210 Hyd 71 + 149 Raj
5 KK Nair 2013-14 03 105 + 008 Del 100 + 25 UP 151* Pun
6 RV Uthappa 2015-16 03 011 + 160 Raj 148 Ori 148 Del

MA Agarwal became the fourth Karnataka player to score a century against Railways in Ranji Trophy and his twin centuries provide the sixth occasion of a Karnataka batsman scoring a century against Railways. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Venue Season
1 Vijay Bharadwaj 164 Bangalore 1997-98
2 RL Barrington 100* Delhi 2000-01
3 RV Uthappa 131 Bangalore 2008-09
4 RV Uthappa 117 Delhi 2011-12
5 MA Agarwal 173 & 104* Delhi 2017-18

MA Agarwal was also involved in three three figure partnerships for the first wicket with R Samarth to provide the first occasion of  the same pair posting three three figure partnership for the first wicket in the same season.

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Venue Season
1 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 259 1st Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
2 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 262* 1st Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 2017-18
3 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 117 1st Railwaya Delhi 2017-18

Apart from the three three figure partnerships mentioned above, Agarwal also figures in four other three figure listed below. Thus he has figured in seven three figure partnerships in this season

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Venue Season
1 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 259 1st Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
2 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 262* 1st Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 2017-18
3 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 117 1st Railways Delhi 2017-18
4 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 112 2nd Delhi Bangalore 2017-18
5 MA Agarwal, KK Nair 279 3rd Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
6 MA Agarwal, MK Pandey 136 4th Delhi Bangalore 2017-18
7 MA Agarwal, MK Pandey 229 4th Railways Delhi 2017-19

MA Agarwal has figured in four double century partnerships out of five 200 plus partnerships posted by Karnataka batsman in a single season. He has equaled the record of Vijay Bharadwaj who has also been involved in four double century partnerships out of six double century partnerships recorded in 1998-99 season.

The following table lists the 200 plus runs partnerships posted by Karnataka batsmen in 2017-18

No Partners Runs Wkt Opposition Venue Season
1 D Nischal, MK Pandey 354 4th Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 2017-19
2 MA Agarwal, KK Nair 279 3rd Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
3 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 262* 1st Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 2017-18
4 MA Agarwal, R Samarth 259 1st Maharashtra Pune 2017-18
5 MA Agarwal, MK Pandey 229 4th Railways Delhi 2017-19

 {All Stats as at the end of the gaem between  Karnataka and Railways at Delhi 28.11.2017}

 

Teams posting a total of 600 plus runs in an innings in Ranji Trophy

The following list shows the teams which have posted team total 600 plus runs in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy. There are 175 occasions and the list includes the teams which have posted 600 plus runs in the ongoing season 2017-18.

No Total Teams Ground Season
1 944-6d Hyderabad v Andhra Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1993/94
2 912-8d Holkar v Mysore Yeshwant Club Ground, Indore 1945/46
3 912-6d Tamil Nadu v Goa Bhausaheb Bandodkar Ground, Panaji 1988/89
4 855-6d Bombay v Hyderabad Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1990/91
5 826-4 Maharashtra v Kathiawar Poona Club Ground, Poona 1948/49
6 798 Maharashtra v N India Poona Club Ground, Poona 1940/41
7 791-6d Karnataka v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
8 785 Tamil Nadu v Hyderabad Hyderabad-RGS 2009/10
9 784 Baroda v Holkar Central College Ground, Baroda 1946/47
10 783-8d Hyderabad v Bihar Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1986/87
11 780-8 Punjab v Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1994/95
12 764-6d Maharashtra v U Pradesh Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium, Gahunje 2012/13
13 764 Bombay v Holkar Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1944/45
14 762 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2014/15
15 760 Bengal v Assam Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1951/52
16 758-7d Bengal v Tripura Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
17 757-7d Maharashtra v Bihar Nehru Stadium, Pune 1991/92
18 757 Holkar v Hyderabad Yeshwant Club Ground, Indore 1950/51
19 750-7d Bengal v Bihar Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1996/97
20 735 Bombay v Maharashtra Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1943/44
21 729/8d H. Pradesh v Punjab Dharamsala 2017/18
22 725-8d Bombay v Maharashtra Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1950/51
23 721-8d Bombay v M Pradesh Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1991/92
24 721 Delhi v Bengal Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1988/89
25 719-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2014/15
26 719 Bombay v Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1990/91
27 718-9 Saurashtra v Karnataka Saurashtra University Ground, Rajkot 2012/13
28 718 Bombay v Haryana Nahar Singh Stadium, Faridabad 1993/94
29 716-6d Karnataka v Tamil Nadu TN ARI Ground, Coimbatore 1990/91
30 716-3 Saurashtra v Gujarat Lalabhai Contractor Stadium, Surat 2012/13
31 716 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu VISL Ground Bhadravati 1995/96
32 714-8d Bombay v Maharashtra Poona Club Ground, Poona 1948/49
33 711-8d Hyderabad v Karnataka M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1999/00
34 711-3d Delhi v Karnataka Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1986/87
35 709 Tamil Nadu v Railways MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1987/88
36 707-8d Him Pradesh v Hyderabad Him Pradesh CA Stadium, Dharamsala 2015/16
37 707-8 Delhi v Karnataka Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1981/82
38 705 Karnataka v Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1981/82
39 700 Maharashtra v M Pradesh Nehru Stadium, Pune 1988/89
40 699-3d Punjab v Jharkhand Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur 2012/13
41 699 Hyderabad v Mumbai Hyderabad-RGS 2012/13
42 698-8d Tamil Nadu v Gujarat Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad 2011/12
43 696-5d Tamil Nadu v U Pradesh Modi Stadium, Kanpur 1999/00
44 690-6d Bombay v Punjab Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1994/95
45 688 Delhi v Rajasthan Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 2008/09
46 686-7d U Pradesh v M Pradesh T Mahaveer Uni Ground, Moradabad 2015/16
47 684-7d Assam v Tripura Nehru Stadium, Guwahati 1991/92
48 679-8 Saurashtra v Punjab Mhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground, Rajkot 2008/09
49 675 Maharashtra v Bombay Poona Club Ground, Poona 1940/41
50 673-9d Haryana v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Pune 1991/92
51 673 Baroda v Hyderabad GSFC Ground, Vadodara 2001/02
52 671-6d Orissa v Bengal Baripada Stadium, Baripada 2001/02
53 670 Punjab v Baroda Delhi 2016/17
54 669-7 U Pradesh v Maharashtra Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium, Gahunje 2012/13
55 659-7d Punjab v Saurashtra Saurashtra CA Stadium, Rajkot 2014/15
56 658-8d S Punjab v N India Baradari Ground, Patiala 1945/46
57 657-9d Bombay v Maharashtra Gymkhana Ground, Bombay 1956/57
58 657/8d Saurashtra v Maharashtra Vizianagaram 2016/17
59 656-5 Railways v Maharashtra Pune Club Ground, Pune 2000/01
60 656 Delhi v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Pune 1996/97
61 655 Karnataka v U. Pradesh Kanpur 2017/18
62 653-6d Maharashtra v Bihar Tata Digwadi Stadium, JaMoba 2002/03
63 653/9d Punjab v Chhattisgarh Raipur 2017/18
64 652-9 Bengal v Karnataka Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
65 652-6d Bombay v Bengal Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1981/82
66 652 Bombay v Hyderabad Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1947/48
67 651 Bombay v Maharashtra Poona Club Ground, Poona 1948/49
68 650-9d Maharashtra v Baroda Poona Club Ground, Poona 1939/40
69 650-9d Saurashtra v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2009/10
70 650-8d Tripura v Hyderabad Hyderabad-RGS 2013/14
71 650 Bombay v Maharashtra Poona Club Ground, Poona 1940/41
72 649-9d Assam v Bihar Mecon Sail Stadium, Ranchi 1991/92
73 649 Karnataka v Delhi Bangalore-Alur 2017/18
74 648-6d Mumbai v Gujarat Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2009/10
75 648-3d Tamil Nadu v Maharashtra Hutatma Anant Kanhere Maidan, Nasik 2008/09
76 647-4d Mumbai v Saurashtra Municipal Stadium, Rajkot 1996/97
77 645-9d Maharashtra v Orissa Pune Club Ground, Pune 1993/94
78 645-9d Mumbai v Baroda Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2012/13
79 645 Bombay v Baroda Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1945/46
80 643-4d Saurashtra v Mumbai Mhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground, Rajkot 2008/09
81 641-9d Bombay v Maharashtra Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1991/92
82 641-7d Rajasthan v Maharashtra Hutatma Anant Kanhere Maidan, Nasik 2010/11
83 641 Gujarat v Odisha Jaipur 2016/17
84 640 Gujarat v Maharashtra Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad 1995/96
85 638-8d Bombay v Sind Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1947/48
86 638-6d Delhi v Orissa Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1988/89
87 638 Delhi v Haryana Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1985/86
88 638 Karnataka v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Pune 1990/91
89 637-6d Mumbai v Saurashtra MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai 2008/09
90 637-3d Delhi v Him Pradesh Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1994/95
91 636-7d Bengal v Orissa Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1992/93
92 636 Bombay v M Pradesh Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1989/90
93 635-9d Bombay v Gujarat Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1992/93
94 635-9d Karnataka v Mumbai Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2011/12
95 635-9d Maharashtra v J & K Chhatrapati Shivaji Stadium, Ratnagiri 2011/12
96 635-6d Hyderabad v Bengal Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1964/65
97 635/2d Maharashtra v Delhi Mumbai 2016/17
98 635 Maharashtra v Goa Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium, Gahunje 2013/14
99 635 Punjab  Goa Porvorim 2017/18
100 634-9d Bombay v Madras Gymkhana Ground, Bombay 1956/57
101 633 Delhi v Bengal Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1991/92
102 632-7d Bombay v Maharashtra Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1947/48
103 632-7d Saurashtra v U Pradesh Saurashtra CA Stadium, Rajkot 2013/14
104 630-7d Baroda v Gujarat Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 1990/91
105 630 Mumbai v Delhi Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior 1996/97
106 629 Gujarat v Maharashtra Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Stadium, Kolhapur 1951/52
107 628-8d Maharashtra v Saurashtra Municipal Stadium, Rajkot 1990/91
108 628-6d Bengal v Assam NEFR Stadium, Guwahati 1998/99
109 628/5d Karnataka v Maharashtra Pune 2017/18
110 628 Tamil Nadu v U Pradesh Modi Stadium, Kanpur 1991/92
111 626-4d Haryana v Orissa E Coast Rly SA Ground, Bhubaneswar 2013/14
112 625-8d Orissa v Bihar Baripada Stadium, Baripada 2001/02
113 625/7d H. Pradesh v Goa Dharamsala 2017/18
114 625 Bombay v Delhi Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1983/84
115 625 Mumbai v Rajasthan Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2011/12
116 624-5d Maharashtra v Rajasthan Nehru Stadium, Poona 1970/71
117 624/7d Saurashtra v J + K Rajkot 2017/18
118 624/6d Gujarat v Punjab Belgavi 2016/17
119 623-6d Karnataka v Rajasthan Field Club Ground, Udaipur 2011/12
120 623 Bengal v Orissa Ispat Stadium, Rourkela 1983/84
121 621-8d Mumbai v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2010/11
122 621 Rajasthan v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai 2011/12
123 620-8d Karnataka v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1995/96
124 620-6d Punjab v J & K Punjab AU Ground, Ludhiana 1999/00
125 620-4d Saurashtra v Orissa Khandheri Cricket Ground, Rajkot 2008/09
126 620 Bombay v N India Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1944/45
127 620 Bombay v Baroda Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1948/49
128 620 Hyderabad v Vidarbha Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1995/96
129 619-8d Karnataka v Vidarbha Gangothri Glades Cricket Ground, Mysore 2012/13
130 619-8d M Pradesh v Saurashtra Holkar Stadium, Indore 2013/14
131 619-5d Karnataka v M Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2004/05
132 619 Bengal v Baroda Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2005/06
133 618 Holkar v Bengal Yeshwant Club Ground, Indore 1942/43
134 617-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1997/98
135 616-9d Maharashtra v Hyderabad Hyderabad-RGS 2013/14
136 615 Holkar v Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1949/50
137 615 Rajasthan v Vidarbha Bhupal Noble’s College Ground, Udaipur 1957/58
138 615 Hyderabad v U Pradesh Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad 1964/65
139 614-7d Bengal v Rajasthan Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1986/87
140 613-7d N India v NWFP Aitchison College Ground, Lahore 1941/42
141 613 U Pradesh v Haryana OEF Ground, Kanpur 1997/98
142 613 Mumbai v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai 2003/04
143 612/8 J + K v Services Jaipur 2016/17
144 611-4d Hyderabad v Tamil Nadu Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1986/87
145 610-9d Mumbai v U Pradesh Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2015/16
146 608-5d Bengal v Bihar Eden Gardens, Calcutta 2000/01
147 608-4d Bombay v Gujarat Wankhede Stadium, Bombay 1990/91
148 608-4d Bengal v Orissa Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
149 608 Punjab v Gujarat Punjab CA IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali 2015/16
150 607-9d Karnataka v Vidarbha Vidarbha CA Ground, Nagpur 2002/03
151 606-5d Mumbai v Saurashtra Saurashtra CA Stadium, Rajkot 2012/13
152 606/6d Goa v Services Cuttack 2016/17
153 605-9d Baroda v U Pradesh Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Ghaziabad 2005/06
154 605-8d U Pradesh v Vidarbha Vidarbha CA Ground, Nagpur 2000/01
155 605-7d Hyderabad v Gujarat Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1986/87
156 605 Haryana v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
157 605 M Pradesh v Haryana Digvijay Stadium, Rajnandgaon 1998/99
158 604-9d Delhi v Punjab Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1996/97
159 604-7d Tamil Nadu v Goa MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1991/92
160 604-5d Punjab v Railways Punjab CA IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali 2015/16
161 604 Maharashtra v Bombay Poona Club Ground, Poona 1948/49
162 604 Rajasthan v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Poona 1970/71
163 604 Delhi v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Pune 1985/86
164 604 Maharashtra v J & K Gandhi MS College Ground, Jammu 2010/11
165 603-8d Karnataka v Kerala Dr Ambedkar Stadium, Bijapur 1991/92
166 602-8d Maharashtra v Gujarat Pune Club Ground, Pune 1990/91
167 602-7d Bombay v Mysore Brabourne Stadium, Bombay 1966/67
168 602-6d Mumbai v Hyderabad Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai 2008/09
169 602-4d Tamil Nadu v Goa MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai 1997/98
170 601/4d Gujarat v Rajasthan Surat 2017/18
171 601 Tamil Nadu v Punjab MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1987/88
172 601 Punjab v H. Pradesh Dharamsala 2017/18
173 600-9d Mumbai v Delhi Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
174 600-9d Gujarat v Saurashtra Lalabhai Contractor Stadium, Surat 2012/13
175 600-6d Tamil Nadu v Kerala MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1991/92

The following are the eighteen occasions when Karnataka posted 600 plus runs in Ranji Trophy. The list is arranged in the descending order of the totals scored.

No Total Teams Ground Season
1 791-6d Karnataka v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1990/91
2 762 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2014/15
3 719-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2014/15
4 716-6d Karnataka v Tamil Nadu TN ARI Ground, Coimbatore 1990/91
5 716 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu VISL Ground Bhadravati 1995/96
6 705 Karnataka v Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1981/82
7 655 Karnataka v U. Pradesh Kanpur 2017/18
8 649 Karnataka v Delhi Bangalore-Alur 2017/18
9 638 Karnataka v Maharashtra Nehru Stadium, Pune 1990/91
10 635-9d Karnataka v Mumbai Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2011/12
11 628/5d Karnataka v Maharashtra Pune 2017/18
12 623-6d Karnataka v Rajasthan Field Club Ground, Udaipur 2011/12
13 620-8d Karnataka v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1995/96
14 619-8d Karnataka v Vidarbha Gangothri Glades Cricket Ground, Mysore 2012/13
15 619-5d Karnataka v M Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2004/05
16 617-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1997/98
17 607-9d Karnataka v Vidarbha Vidarbha CA Ground, Nagpur 2002/03
18 603-8d Karnataka v Kerala Dr Ambedkar Stadium, Bijapur 1991/92

The following are the three occasions when Karnataka posted 600 plus runs against Uttar Pradesh in Ranji Trophy. The list is arranged in the descending order of the totals scored. 

No Total Teams Ground Season
1 719-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 2014/15
2 655 Karnataka v U. Pradesh Kanpur 2017/18
3 617-9d Karnataka v U Pradesh M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1997/98

Four or more three figure partnerships in an innings in Ranji Trophy

Karnataka batsmen posted four century partnership in its Ranji match against Delhi this season to provide the 12th occasion of a team posting four or more century partnerships in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No CPs Team Opponents Ground Season
1 7 Holkar Karnataka Indore 1945/46
2 5 Maharashtra Northern India Pune 1940/41
3 4 S Punjab Northern India Patiala 1945/46
4 4 Bengal Odisha Kolkata 1962/63
5 4 Mumbai Gujarat Mumbai 1990/91
6 4 Delhi Himachal Pradesh Delhi 1990/91
7 4 Baroda Gujarat Anand 1994/95
8 4 Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh Kanpur 1999/00
9 4 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh Bangalore 2009/10
10 4 Saurashtra Uttar Pradesh Rajkot 2013/14
11 4 Gujarat Punjab Belagavi 2016/17
12 4 Karnataka Delhi Alur-B’lore 2017/18

Karnataka batsmen posted four century partnership in its Ranji match against Delhi this season to provide the second occasion of Karnataka posting four or more century partnerships in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy. Both occasions are tabulated below. Karnataka has posted four century partnerships against Uttar Pradesh at Bangalore in 2009/10 season. It is interesting to note that Karnataka is the only team to post four three figure partnerships in a match on two occasions

No CPs Team Opponents Ground Season
1 4 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh Bangalore 2009/10
2 4 Karnataka Delhi Alur-B’lore 2017/18

Data Courtesy – Sri C Keshava Murthy – Champion Statistician on Domestic games

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