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Neville Tufnell: ‘Specialist’ substitute stumper

Neville Tufnell: ‘Specialist’ substitute stumper

Neville Tufnell was the first to stump a batsman as a substitute wicketkeeper in Test cricket. At First-Class level he was responsible for the third, fourth, and fifth such instances.

In Aristocrats Go to War: Uncovering the Zillebeke Cemetery, Jerry Murland makes mention of the All Saints Church at Kenley, a district at the south of the London Borough of Croydon, which has a memorial tablet dedicated to one Laura Gertrude Tufnell, daughter of Dr William Parker Charsley of erstwhile Ceylon, who died at her residence at Watendone Manor, aged 52, in 1911. Her husband Carleton Fowell Tufnell was an insurance broker and underwriter, and, it may be added, a First-Class cricketer, having played 8 First-Class matches and turned out for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent.

According to Murland, the Tufnell family trace their ancestry back to one Richard Tufnell of Surrey, who used to be the MP for Southwark in 1640. A series of favourable marital alliances and public appointments had then swelled the family coffers through the past generations. The males of the family had traditionally been to Eton, and had generally excelled in sporting activities in addition to their academic pursuits.

Carleton and Laura Tufnell had raised a family of four sons and one daughter. The family had moved to India at the end of the 1879 English domestic cricket season, and had welcomed the birth of their second son Neville Charsley at Shimla on June 13, 1887. Following the family custom, Neville was educated at Eton along with his brothers. A grainy old black-and-white photograph of the Eton public school cricket team of 1904 shows a fresh-faced young Neville squatting on the grass in the front row. He gradually developed into a right-hand batsman and wicketkeeper. The archives show him to have played 7 inter-school matches for Eton between 1904 and 1906, in addition to playing for the Public Schools against the MCC in 1905 and 1906.

In December 1906, a team of amateur cricketers made a tour to New Zealand under the leadership of the army man Teddy Wynyard. There were two wicketkeepers in the 15-man squad in Roland Fox, a New Zealander by birth, and Tufnell. They were introduced to the correspondent of the New Zealand Herald by skipper Wynyard as follows: “As regards wicketkeeping, we have two excellent men in Fox and Tufnell, the former being a native of New Zealand … I may say that Tufnell kept wickets for the Eton Eleven this year, and he did his work well.”

The team left from Plymouth on the White Star line steamer SS Corinthic on December 20. The tour was to include 11 First-Class matches, 2 against representative New Zealand teams, 2 against each of the major provincial teams, Auckland, Canterbury, Otago and Wellington, and 1 against Hawke’s Bay. Tufnell played in 7 of these, making his First-Class debut against Auckland, registering a pair and not making any dismissals in the game. In his inaugural First-Class season in New Zealand, Tufnell enjoyed moderate success, scoring 203 runs with a highest of 85 and an average of 25.37. He held 5 catches. Considering that he was still to shed the ‘schoolboy’ tag, Tufnell had a reasonably good tour.

For Tufnell, the logical extension of his education after Eton was Cambridge, and he was enrolled in Trinity. A member of the Cambridge University Cricket Club, Tufnell played 17 First-Class matches for his University, scoring 392 runs with a highest of 102, his only century, and an average of 15.68. He held 16 catches and made 28 stumpings. Tufnell won his Blue in 1909 after the match against Oxford at Lord’s from in 1909, a drawn game in which he scored 7 and held 5 catches.

It was in his penultimate match for Cambridge that he reached the zenith of his batting achievements in First-Class cricket. Played against Gentlemen of England at Eastbourne in 1910, the match ended in victory by the undergrads by 6 wickets. Cambridge scored 380, the foundation of the total being laid by opener Tufnell (102 in 105 minutes with 14 fours) and his second-wicket stand of 103 with Leslie Kidd. The Gentlemen were bowled out for 163, Tufnell taking 3 catches. Following on, they posted a 402, but Cambridge won by 6 wickets.

Whenever the story of the sixth Test-playing England tour of South Africa is told, one enigmatic name always figures in the tale, that of the Nottinghamshire batting stalwart George Gunn Sr, not for his exploits on the tour, but for the reason why he was not on the boat going over for the tour.

Keeping a wary eye on the finances of the enterprise, the South African cricket authorities had requested the MCC to send over a team of amateur cricketers to the African continent for a Test tour. MCC then appointed ‘Shrimp’ Leveson Gower to the selection committee for the tour on March 17, 1909, together with the other two selectors, Lord Hawke (Chairman), and CB Fry, and gave him the added responsibility of being the captain of the touring team. Despite best efforts, the committee could not assemble of a complete touring party composed solely of amateurs, and MCC informed the hosts that, even if they could, such a touring party would not be of sufficient strength to put up a suitable show, and that MCC would not wish to insult the hosts by arriving with an under-par team. Accordingly, some professionals were included by bipartite consent among the authorities.

Letters were despatched in due course to the selected professionals in this regard. One of the letters was sent to Trent Bridge with the name of the Nottinghamshire professional Gunn on it. Legend has it that the somewhat absent-minded Gunn had put the letter in his pocket without opening, and had then forgotten all about it. Consequently, when Leveson Gower and his party of fourteen members boarded the Union Castle line steamship Saxon from Southampton on November 6, Gunn was not on it, being completely unaware that he had, in fact, been selected for the tour.

In the end, the squad that disembarked at Cape Town on November 23 contained only five amateurs. The only one in the group without any county experience whatever was Tufnell, the second wicketkeeper of the team, still to complete his studies at Cambridge, and a late addition to the squad, his name being appended to the team sheet in September after the original team had been announced on August 30. This was to be Tufnell’s second boat ride for an overseas cricket tour.

It was not a happy tour for MCC, who lost the opening two Tests at Johannesburg and Durban, won the third, again at Johannesburg, lost the fourth at Cape Town, and began the final Test at Cape 1-3 down. There were three debutants in the Test, one for England, and two for South Africa, and all three were playing in what was to be the only Test of their careers. Leveson Gower, the original captain, had dropped out of the contest after playing in the first 3 Tests (the only Tests of his career), handing the reins of the touring party over to Fred Fane, the renowned Essex opening batsman.

Though first-choice wicketkeeper Herbert Strudwick was very much a part of the fifth Test line-up, MCC chose to also include Tufnell the designated stumper. England began with Jack Hobbs and Wilfred Rhodes. The first wicket fell at 221 when Rhodes (77) was out. The stand, scored in 144 minutes, constituted a new record in Test cricket at the time.

England were bowled out for 417 on the second morning. Tufnell contributed 14 to the total. South African debutant Norman Norton was the most successful bowler with 4 for 47. The other debutant, Sivert Samuelson, however, went wicketless. The South African innings of 103 lasted only 135 minutes. Surprisingly, Hobbs opened the bowling for England along with Colin Blythe, who claimed 7 for 46.

Invited to follow on, the home team put up a much healthier 327. The fourth-wicket stand between Tip Snooke (47) and Aubrey Faulkner (99) realised 120 in 104 minutes. Faulkner became the first South African and the second overall (after Clem Hill in 1901-02) to be dismissed for 99 in Test history.

In the second innings, Jimmy Sinclair was stumped by Tufnell off Blythe for 37, Tufnell’s only dismissal of his Test career. England won by 9 wickets, thus conceding the series 2-3 to the hosts. Interestingly, Tufnell, had, in fact, made another Test stumping, but that was not credited to him in his cricket profile.

In the second Test, at Lord’s, Durban, a match South Africa had won by 95 runs, Tufnell was not selected in the playing XI, Strudwick being the popular choice. In the second innings, however, Strudwick had had to leave the field for a while, being injured when he was hit on the face by a ball, and Tufnell had been allowed to substitute for him behind the stumps. Tufnell had ended the innings by stumping Snooke (53). Tufnell thus ended up in the record books as being the first to perform a stumping in Test cricket as a substitute wicketkeeper.

In common with the history of the spread of cricket all over the world, the British were responsible for the early inroads that the game made in South America in the early 19th century. The early British immigrants were principally industrialists and landowners with interests in banks and the railways. They brought with them their customary social pursuits, their sporting activities, and even a Harrods in Buenos Aires in 1912. It is estimated that by the 1930s, the British diaspora in Argentina was the most populous outside the Commonwealth.

It was not long before cricket began to blossom in the valleys of The Andes, and the first Argentinian cricket club was established in 1831 at Buenos Aires. By 1868 the Argentines felt confident enough of their cricketing skills to travel to Uruguay to play their first international match. In 1893 an Argentine team made an arduous three-day mule crossing of the Andes to play Chile. In 1912 they became the fifth Association Country to be granted First-Class status. The Argentine Cricket Association was formed in 1913.

In Real International Cricket: A History in One Hundred Scorecards, Roy Morgan says that the Argentine Cricket Championships Committee was formed to promote the game in the country. By the early 1910s the Committee were pleasantly surprised by the standard of cricket played by many of the immigrant British population. By their own assessment of their strengths, ACA felt that they were now ready to meet an English team on even terms. Accordingly, they issued an invitation to MCC to pay a visit for a cricket tour.

Far from being affronted by such an audacious invitation, MCC not only accepted the offer, but also selected a fairly strong team of amateur cricketers for the tour, the party of 12 including five members with previous Test experience in skipper Hawke, Archie MacLaren, Morice Bird, Arthur Hill, and Tufnell, though, as we have seen, the young ’keeper’s Test experience was restricted to only one match.

Tufnell thus found himself on a boat embarking on an overseas tour for the third time in his cricket career, the vessel in question being the SS Asturias, departing from Southampton on January 26, 1912. The MCC played 9 matches in Argentina on the short tour, though only the 3 three-day games against a representative Argentina team were accorded First-Class status. In this connection, it may be pertinent to point out that most of the cricket played in Argentina during this time revolved around expatriate Brits, some of whom had had previous experience of competitive cricket in the Home Country, in South Africa, or Rhodesia, and many of whom were at least of the Minor Counties level.

The story of how Argentina, playing their first First-Class encounter in history, defeated MCC at Hurlingham Club Ground, Buenos Aires, by 4 wickets has already been told in these columns at an earlier date. Tufnell scored 5 and 2, held a catch, and made a stumping in the game. It may be mentioned that Harold Garnett, skipper-wicketkeeper of Argentina, was already a veteran County Championship player, having been with Lancashire from 1899, and opening batsman Evelyn Toulmin had been playing for Essex since 1899.

The victory over MCC in the very first representative match provided an enormous boost to the confidence of the home team. The second match was played at the Buenos Aires Cricket Club Ground, and MCC restored some of their wounded pride by winning the match by 210 runs. Tufnell was not in the playing XI, William Findlay being the designated wicketkeeper. This Findlay was to later have a distinguished career in cricket administration, becoming MCC secretary from 1926 to 1936, Chairman of MCC Commission on county cricket in 1937, and President of MCC from 1951 to 1952. In this game, however, Findlay became a footnote in history for another interesting reason.

Hawke won the toss and the MCC scored 266. Batting at No. 10, Findlay scored 21. When the home team batted, they went in at the end of the day on 145 for 4. Findlay had already done his bit in the field by stumping the CP Russ.

On the second day, however, Findlay was indisposed and did not take the field. Indeed, he did not take any further part in the game at all. Since the MCC touring party comprised only 12 men, permission was sought for Tufnell, the man sitting the match out, to deputise for Findlay behind the stumps. Having obtained the gracious consent of the Argentinian skipper and the umpires, Tufnell took the field for the remaining two days.

Tufnell was soon in the thick of the action, effecting the second stumping of the innings, sending back Drysdale. Findlay did not bat in the second innings. When the fourth innings got underway, Tufnell stumped Drysdale again, this time for 6, thus providing an interesting instance of a substitute wicketkeeper stumping the same batsman in each innings of a First-Class game.

The archives show that the first instance in history of a batsman being dismissed stumped by a substitute ’keeper involved one Goddard of Hampshire, who was stumped by a man of unknown identity at Lord’s in 1806. The third, fourth and fifth instances in the history of First-Class cricket (including the first in Test cricket) were the handiwork of Neville Tufnell, the first documented man to perform the feat. History does not record the names of the ’keepers in the first two instances.

The final First-Class match of the tour was played at the ground of Lomas Athletic Club, Buenos Aires. MCC won by 2 wickets. In an interesting twist, Hawke opted out of this match and performed the duties of one of the umpires for the game, with MacLaren leading the side. Findlay and Tufnell both played in this match, Tufnell donning the big gloves. It was a good game for Tufnell, who top-scored with 45* in the first innings, and got 13 in the second, and held 4 catches. Overall, it was a fairly satisfactory tour for MCC despite the defeat in the first game, and when Hawke arrived back in England with his team, he would have felt that he had done his bit to spread the gospel of cricket in Southern America.

During a First-Class career spanning 1906-07 to 1924, Neville Tufnell played for as many as 13 teams, the list including Surrey, the Army, Free Foresters, and the Gentlemen. In all, he played 70 First-Class matches, scoring 1,514 runs at an average of 14.28. He scored a hundred, held 62 catches, and made 40 stumpings. His last First-Class match was for Free Foresters against Oxford in 1924, at 36, a rather late age for an amateur. He scored 0 and 2 and held a catch

There was, of course, another aspect to the life of Tufnell. He was a career soldier, being commissioned in the 1st Volunteer Battalion (later the 4th Battalion) Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment in 1908, while an undergraduate student at Cambridge. He left the regiment before World War I with the rank of Captain, later rejoining the same regiment in 1914 with the same rank. He transferred later to the Grenadier Guards as a Special Reserve. When Albert Frederick Arthur George of the royal House of Windsor ascended the British throne in 1936 as George VI, Tufnell was appointed a Gentleman Usher to His Royal Highness.

In 1939, Tufnell was appointed as a Group Commander in the National Defence Companies with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, later transferring to the King’s Royal Rifle Corps later in the same year. With the end of hostilities in 1945 and the end of World War II, as Europe gradually limped back to normalcy, Tufnell, now about 58, turned to politics, contesting the Windsor division of Berkshire as a candidate in the General Elections of 1945. It was not a pleasant experience for him as he polled in third place and forsook his quest for any public office thereafter.

On a more personal front, The London Standard went into minute details of his high-profile wedding to Miss Sybil Carlos Clarke, second daughter of Charles Carlos Clarke of The Woodlands, Sunninghill, Ascot on April 8, 1913. The society wedding was attended by members of both families, and was presided over by the Rev. AR Ingram, Vicar of Sunninghill. The father gave away the bride. The newlyweds took up residence at Fairfield, Sunninghill, Berkshire, and raised a family of two sons, born in 1914 and 1920, both of whom went into the Army in later life.

Neville Tufnell passed away on August 3, 1951 at Whitechapel, aged 64.

Pradip Dhole is a retired medical practitioner with a life-long interest in cricket history and statistics – Courtesy – Cricketcountry.com

Some interesting cricket statistics

Some interesting cricket statistics

No Questionnaire Answer
1 When was the first ever test match played ? Mention the season 1876-77
2 Mention the rival teams participated in the first ever test match Australia and England
3 Mention the name of the batsman who faced the first ball in a test match C Bannerman of Australia
4 Mention the name of the bowler who bowled the first ball in a test match A Shaw of England
5 Who was the first to score a hundred in a test match C Bannerman of Australia
6 What was the score made by C Bannerman 165 retired hurt
7 Who was the first batsman to be dismissed in a test match N Thompson of Australia
8 Who was the bowler to get the first test wicket Allen Hill of England
9 Who was the first batsman to be dismissed “run out” DW Gregory of Australia
10 Name the captain to be dismissed “run out” DW Gregory of Australia
11 Name to bowler to take the first five wicket haul in an innings of a test match Midwinter of Australia {5-78}
12 Name the first batsman to be dismissed without scoring EJ Gregory of Australia
13 Who took the first catch in a test match Allen Hill of England
14 Who scored the first run in a test match C Bannerman of Australia
15 Where was the first ever test match played Melbourne in Australia
16 Mention the number of balls in a over in the first ever test match Four balls per over
17 Mention the names of rival captains who led their teams in the first ever test match DW Gregory for Australia
and James Lillywhite
for England
18 Mention the names of the Umpires who officiated the first ever test match CA Reid and RB Terry
19 Who won the first ever test match and mention the run margin Australia won by 45 runs
20 Name the first pair of brothers to represent a country in a test match DW and EJ Gregory
21 Name the first batsman who was dismissed Leg Before wicket in a test match G Ulyett of England
22 Name the first batsman who was dismissed bowled in a test match N Thompson of Australia
23 Name the first batsman who was dismissed stumped in a test match A Shaw of England
24 Name the wicket keeper to be credited with the dismissal stumped JM Blackham of Australia
25 Name the bowler to be credited with the first dismissal leg before wicket N Thompson of England
26 Name the bowler to be credited with the dismissal caught A Shaw of England
27 Name the bowler to be credited with the dismissal stumped T Kendall of Australia
28 Name the bowler to bowl 50 plus overs in a test innings A Shaw of England – {55.3]
29 Name the team who was dismissed below 100 runs for the first time in a test inns Australia vs England
30 Mention the number of runs scored by this team 63 runs
31 Who scored the first hundred for England in a test innings G Ulyett – 149 runs
32 Mention the venue in which G Ulyett scored the first hundred for England Melbourne – 1881-82
33 What is the special significance about the first hundred scored by an England batsman and an Australian batsman Both of them scored
the hundreds
at Melbourne
34 What was the significance attached to the first ever test match It was awarded the test
match status much later
35 What was so special about the first ever test match The rival teams consisted
of eleven players each.
36 Who scored the first ever double hundred in a test match WL Mudroch – 211
37 Name the first cricketer to represent two countries WE Midwinter –
Aus and Eng
38 Which was the third team to make the debut in test arena South Africa
39 Against whom they made their debut and mention the venue Vs England at Cape Town 1891-92
40 Mention the significance of this test match WL Mudroch who has led Australia earlier played in this test for England
41 Name the Indian bowler who has taken a wicket with the first ball on his debut N Kulakarni
42 In which context the term “Mankaded” is being used Vinoo Mankad ran out WA Brown of Australia at Sydney when the batsman backed too much before the bowler delivered the ball. Hence the term “Mankaded”
43 Define the term “Pair” The term pair is used when the batsman failed to open his account in both the innings
44 Define the term “King Pair” The term “King Pair” is used when the batsman failed to open his account off the first ball he faced in both the innings
45 Mention the number of  ways a batsman can be dismissed Eleven
46 Mention the mode of dismissals Bowled : Caught : lbw : run out : Stumped : Hit the ball twice : Handling the ball : Obstructing the field : Hit Wicket : Timed Out : Retired Out :
47 “Ashes” series is played between which two teams Australia and England
48 “Sir Frank Worrell Trohpy” is played between which two teams West Indies and Australia
49 “Gavaskar-Border Trophy” is played between which two teams India and Australia
50 Name the batsman who has scored three consecutive hundreds in his first three test Matches Azharuddin of India
51 Who took the hat trick with the first three balls in the first over of a test match Irfan Pathan of India
52 Who is the youngest test captain as on date T Taibu of Zimbabwe
53 Who is the oldest test captain WG Grace of England
54 Name the two fielders who have taken a world record of five catches in an innings VY Richardson of Australia and Yajurvindra Singh of India
55 Name the five batsmen who have scored hundred before lunch VT Trumper, CG Macarteny and DG Bradman  of Australia, Majid Khan of Pakistan and Shikar Dhawan of India
56 Who was the first bowler to take a hat trick in a test innings FR Spofforth of Australia against England at Melbourne in 1978-79
57 Who was the first batsman to be dismissed “Obstructing the field” in tests L Hutton of England
58 Who was the first batsman to be dismissed “Handled the Ball” in tests W Endean of South Africa
59 Name the first batsman to be dismissed stumped by a substitute wicket keeper SJ Snooke of South Africa by NC Tufnell of England
60 How many one day matches did Garfield Sobers play ? Only one
61 Mention the uniqueness about RB Simpson’s hundreds ? All his ten hundreds were scored when he was leading Australia
62 Name the two batsmen who have scored triple hundreds as their first hundreds? RB Simpson and GS Sobers
63 Name the Indian cricketer who has taken more wickets than the number of runs he has scored BS Chandrashekhar of India
64 Mention the evolution of the term “Test Match” The term “Test Match” was coined during the first English tour to Australia in 1861-62 to describe the games between HH Stephenson and each of the colonies
65 Who was the first bowler to take a hundred wickets against a specific opposition DK Lillee of Australia against England
66 Who was the first wicket keeper to effect hundred dismissals against a specific opposition Alan Knott of England against Australia
67 Name the first ever instance of four brothers who represented test cricket Mohammad Brothers of Pakistan Hanif, Mushtaq, Sadiq and Wazir
68 Who is the oldest cricketer to play in tests J Southerton of England made his test debut at the age of 49 years and 119 days at Melbourne in 1876-77
69 What is the highest test innings score recorded? 952-6d by Srl vs Ind at Col-RPS 1997-98
70 What is the lowest test innings score recorded? 26 by NZl vs Eng at Auckland 1954-55
71 Name the first bowler to take a wicket with the first ball in test cricket A Conningham of Australia against England at Melbourne in 1894-95. The batsman was AC Maclaren
72 Name the first Indian bowler to take a hat trick Harbhajan Singh
73 Name the two bowlers to take ten wickets in an innings JC Laker of England and A Kumble of India
74 Name the bowler to concede most runs in an innings on  test debut O Banks of West Indies against Australia at Barbados in 2002-03.
75 How many runs did he concede 204 runs : His bowling figures read 40.2-2-204-3
76 Name the bowler to take ten plus wickets in a test match on debut F Martin of Eng vs Aus at The Oval 1890. Martin took 12 for 102
77 Who holds the record for most catches in a test series 15 by J Gregory of Aus vs Eng in 1920-21
78 Mention the uniqueness of the former Indian Coach Greg Chappell Apart from registering hundreds in his fist and farewell appearances, he also registered twin hundreds on his first captaincy assignment
79 Mention the name of an Indian batsman who has registered hundreds on each of his three appearances at Lord’s DB Vengsarkar. He remains the only batsman as on date to achieve the feat of registering a hundred on each of his three appearances at Lord’s
80 Name the Indian cricketer who has registered zero and hundred on a test debut GR Viswanath
81 What is so special of GR Viswanath’s zero and hundred on his test debut He is the first batsman in the word to register zero and hundred on test debut
82 Name the three batsmen who have scored debut hundreds on first class and test debut GR Viswanath of India,  D Wellham of Australia and Prithvi Shah of India. Apart from this GRV also scored a debut hundred in an unofficial test.
83 Which two teams have registered 900 plus in a test innings England – 903-7d vs Aus at The Oval in 1938 Sri Lanka – 952-6d vs Ind at Col-RPS in 1997-98
84 Name the only city which has hosted a test match on four grounds Colombo – Col – SSC : Col – RPS : Col – Sara  and Col – CCC
85 Mention the uniqueness of batting of West Indian batsman Gordon Greenidge He is the only batsman in the world to register twin hundreds, twin nineties and a ninety and hundred in tests and two double hundreds in a test series
86 Name the Indian Cricketers who has registered six or more double hundreds in a test innings as on date V Sehwag and SR Tendulkar have scored six double hundreds. V Kohli has scored seven double hundreds
87 Name the batsmen who have registered a triple hundred and a double hundred in a test innings G Sobers  -365 not out and C Hunte – 260 for West Indies against Pakistan at Jamaica in 1957- 58 and ST Jayasuriya – 340 and R Mahanama  – 225 for Sri Lanka against India at Col-RPS in 1997-98
88 Mention the special about Vinoo Mankad’s batting and bowling in test cricket He remains the only batsman in the world to register two double hundreds and also to concede 200 plus runs in a test innings on two occasions
89 Name the batsman to register three consecutive nineties in test  innings Clem Hill of Australia
90 Name the father-son combination to carry the bat through a completed innings Nazar Mohammad and Mudassar Nazar of Pakistan
Salient Ranji Trophy records

Salient Ranji Trophy records

The following are the few salient Ranji Trophy records

Records   Teams Season Season
Most wins 41 Mumbai    
Highest score 944/6d Hyd v And 1993–94  
Lowest score 21 Hyd v Raj 2010-11  
Match records   Player Teams Season
Highest innings 443* BBNimbalkar Mah v Kat 1948–49
Best innings bowling 10/20 PChatterjee Ben v Asm 1956–57
Best match bowling 16/99 AKumble Kar v Ker 1994–95
Season records   Player Team Season
Most runs 1415 VVSLaxman Hyd 1999–00
Most centuries 8 VVSLaxman Hyd 1999–00
Most wickets 68 A Aman Bihar 2018-19
Career records   Player Season  
Most matches 156 WJaffer 1996–2020  
Most runs 12038 WJaffer 1996–2020  
Most centuries 40 WJaffer 1996–2020  
Highest batting ave 98.35 VMMerchant 1934–51  
Most wickets 640 RGoel 1958–85  
Karnataka wicket keepers effecting six or more dismissals in an innings in Ranji Trophy

Karnataka wicket keepers effecting six or more dismissals in an innings in Ranji Trophy

S Sharath of Karnataka effected six dismissals in Bengal’s second innings at Kolkata in the ongoing Semi final of Ranji Trophy to provide the sixth occasion of a Karnataka wicket keeper effecting sic or more dismissals in an innings in Ranji Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Vic Player Teams Ground Season
1 6 VST Naidu Kar v And Mysore GG 2008/09
2 6 CM Gautam Kar v Del B’lore MCS 2012/13
3 6 CM Gautam Kar v Ori B’lore MCS 2012/13
4 6 S Sharath Kar v Sau B’lore MCS 2018/19
5 6 BR Sharath Kar v HP Mysore SDNS 2019/20
6 6 S Sharath Kar v Ben Kolkata EG 2019/20

S Sharat’s effort in thie game was his second effort of effecting six dismissals in an innings in Ranji Trophy. Prior to this gamehe has effected six dismissals against Saurashta in 2018/19 season.  He emulated CM Gautam in effecting six or more dismissals on two occasions.

No Vic Player Teams Ground Season
1 6 CM Gautam Kar v Del B’lore MCS 2012/13
2 6 CM Gautam Kar v Ori B’lore MCS 2012/13
           
1 6 S Sharath Kar v Sau B’lore MCS 2018/19
2 6 S Sharath Kar v Ben Kolkata EG 2019/20
Both captain and wicket keeper scoring fifties in the same innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

Both captain and wicket keeper scoring fifties in the same innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

JC Buttler and EJG Morgan of England scored 57 and 57 not out against South Africa at Centurion on 16 Feb 20 to provide the sixth occasion of both the captain  and wicket keeper  scoring fifties in  the  same  innings in the history of T20  Internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No   Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 + Umar Akmal 64 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
2 * Mohd Hafeez 63 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
                 
1 + Mohd Shahzad 61 1 Afg Sco Nagpur 08.03.16
2 * A Stanikzai 55* 1 Afg Sco Nagpur 08.03.16
                 
1 + H Klaasen 69 2 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
2 * JP Duminy 64* 2 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
                 
1 * NLTC Perera 58 1 Srl Ban Col-RPS 16.03.18
2 + MDKJ Perera 61 1 Srl Ban Col-RPS 16.03.18
                 
1 * V Kohli 59 2 Ind Win Providence 06.08.19
2 + RR Pant 65* 2 Ind Win Providence 06.08.19
                 
1 * EJG Morgan 57* 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20
2 + JC Buttler 57 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20

JC Buttler and EJG Morgan of England scored 57 and 57 not out against South Africa at Centurion on 16 Feb 20 to provide the second occasion of both the captain  and wicket keeper  scoring fifties in  the  same  innings in the history of T20  Internationals against South Africa.  Both such occasions are tabulated below

No   Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 + Umar Akmal 64 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
2 * Mohd Hafeez 63 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
                 
1 * EJG Morgan 57* 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20
2 + JC Buttler 57 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20
All round performance of cricketers scoring a century and capturing five plus wickets in both innings in Ranji Trophy

All round performance of cricketers scoring a century and capturing five plus wickets in both innings in Ranji Trophy

The following eight cricketers have scored a century and captured five plus wickets in both innings of a match in Ranji Trophy.

No Runs W-R Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 127 5-020   7-036 CS Nayudu Bar-Rajp Bar-CGym 42/43
2 158 5-048   8-033 R Pandit J+K-Ser Srinagar-SiKS 86/87
3 100* 6-075   5-028 A Kumble Kar-Ker Thalassery 90/91
4 154 6-075   5-102 TB Arothe Bar-Guj Surat 92/93
5 126 5-033   7-038 R Biswal Ori-Tri Agartala 94/95
6 106* 6-063   5-101 PKK Kumar Raj-Vid Nagpur-VCA 94/95
7 167 5-020   5-041 S Singh Asm-Tri Agartala 96/97
8 183 5-083   5-036 YK Pathan Bar-Ben Vadodara 07/08
All round performance of scoring a century coupled with five wickets in Ranji Trophy

All round performance of scoring a century coupled with five wickets in Ranji Trophy

AA Verma of Goa scored 148 and captured 5 for 39 against Mizoram in the Ranji Trophy fixture of the ongoing 2019/20 season to provide the 112th occasion of a cricketer performing All round performance of scoring a century and capturing five wickets in the history of Ranji Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Runs W-R Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 121* 6-032 AG Ram Singh Mad-Hyd Chepauk 35/36
2 128 6-105 PE Palia UPr-NIn Del-FSK 35/36
3 103 6-048 L Amar Singh Naw-Sin Ah’bad-GCG 36/37
4 140* 6-022 L Amar Singh Naw-Bom Jamnagar 37/38
5 101 5-023 Saeed Ahmed Win-Sin Karachi-Gym 39/40
6 155 5-079 VS Hazare Mah-SPu Poona-PCG 39/40
7 127 5-020
7-036
CS Nayudu Bar-Rajp Bar-CGym 42/43
8 149 5-023 SK Girdhari WIn-Guj Ah’bad-GCG 44/45
9 133 5-032 L Amarnath SPu-NIn Patiala 45/46
10 101 9-061 CT Sarwate Hol-Mys Indore 45/46
11 288 6-085 VS Hazare Bar-Hol Bar-CCG 46/47
12 130 5-095 MN Raiji Bom-Mah Bom-BS 47/48
13 142 6-062 KP Kesari CPB-Hol Indore 48/49
14 134* 6-071 DG Phadkar Bom-Mad Chepauk 48/49
15 195 5-037 VS Hazare Bar-Kat Bar-CGym 49/50
16 110 6-037 SN Banerjee Bih-Ori Jamshedpur 49/50
17 138 5-082 BC Alva Mad-Mys B’lore-Gym 50/51
18 148 7-070 PW Bullock Asm-Ori Nowgong 51/52
19 119* 5-098 RH Shodhan Guj-Bar Bar-CCG 52/53
20 100 5-089 Inderjit Barhoke Ser-Del Del-FSK 52/53
21 152 6-070 LI Parija Ori-Ben Cuttack 52/53
22 111 5-124 MH Mankad Bom-Mad Bom-BS 53/54
23 152 5-030 Gul Mohammad Hyd-And Hyd-LBS 54/55
24 100 7-157 SK Girdhari Asm-Ben Jorhat 56/57
25 201* 6-017 RG Nadkarni Mah-Sau Poona-CoM 57/58
26 108* 5-106 JM Ghorpade Bar-Guj Sangli 57/58
27 102 5-038 PR Umrigar Bom-Mah Poona-CoM 57/58
28 227 5-047 P Bhandari Del-Pat Patiala 57/58
29 129* 6-037 SK Girdhari Ben-Ori Cuttack 59/60
30 104 5-035 HT Dani Ser-Raj Del-PalamA 59/60
31 108 5-074 BS Alva Ori-Asm Gauhati-TC 60/61
32 168* 7-043 A Shukla U P-Raj Udaipur 61/62
33 111* 5-066 P Bhandari Ben-Raj Udaipur 61/62
34 110 5-040 ML Jaisimha Hyd-Mys B’lore-CCG 62/63
35 109 5-027 ML Jaisimha Hyd-Mad Sec’ad-Gym 64/65
36 185 6-087 B M Kumar Hyd-Ben Sec’ad-Gym 64/65
37 104* 6-064 B M Kumar Hyd-Ker Eloor 65/66
38 149* 5-065 AM Jagdale M P-U P Agra 66/67
39 242* 5-068 A Shukla Bih-Ori Cuttack 67/68
40 122 5-071 A Shukla Bih-Ori Jamadoba 68/69
41 103* 6-103 Madan Lal Pun-J+K Srinagar 70/71
42 101 5-071 R Chadha Har-J+K Jammu 70/71
43 137 7-034 A Shukla Bih-Asm Guwahati-NS 72/73
44 100 7-071 G Inder Dev Ser-Har Del-Army 74/75
45 100 5-056 A Shukla U P-Vid Muzaffarnagar 75/76
46 104* 5-074 DD Parsana Guj-Bar Vadodara 77/78
47 100* 5-021 S Vasudevan T N -Ker Trivandrum 78/79
48 159 6-059 MVN Rao Hyd-Ker Palakkad 79/80
49 100 5-057 S Hyder Ali Rlys-Vid Del-KSS 80/81
50 140 100 5-056 Madan Lal Del-Rlys Del-KSS 80/81
51 104* 6-045 V Bhan Singh Raj-Bar Vadodara 82/83
52 103* 5-016 SU Mitra Ori-Asm Balasore 85/86
53 105 5-024 P Nandy Ben-Bih Ranchi-Mecon 85/86
54 158 5-048 8-033 R Pandit J+K-Ser Srinagar-SiKS 86/87
55 169 5-056 D Sharma Har-H  P Mandi 86/87
56 167 5-127 Madan Lal Del-Ben Calcutta 86/87
57 229* 6-036 M Prabhakar Del-H  P Del-FSK 88/89
58 100 5-027 A Ray Ori-Tri Rourkela 88/89
59 128 6-033 Rajinder Singh Asm-Tri Agartala 90/91
60 100* 6-075 5-028 A Kumble Kar-Ker Thalassery 90/91
61 158 5-061 RJ Shastri Bom-M P Indore-NS 90/91
62 141 5-085 Kapil Dev Har-Ben Calcutta 90/91
63 109 5-117 R Nayyar H P-J+K Jammu 91/92
64 100* 5-086 G Sharma U P-Raj Lucknow-KDS 91/92
65 111* 5-070 SK Sharma Rlys-U P Del-KSS 91/92
66 138* 5-077 BH Mistry Guj-Bar Vadodara 91/92
67 154 6-075 5-102 TB Arothe Bar-Guj Surat 92/93
68 107 7-039 K Bharatan Rlys-Raj Jaipur-KLSG 92/93
69 102* 7-054 Maninder Singh Del-Har Gurgaon 92/93
70 121* 6-1 SV Jedhe Mah-Rlys Pune-NS 92/93
71 125 5-091 RA Swaroop Hyd-Bar Baroda-IPCL 92/93
72 168 5-072 SV Jedhe Mah-T N Bhusawal 92/93
73 118 5-029 SB Joshi Kar-Bom B’lore-MCS 93/94
74 126 5-033 7-038 R Biswal Ori-Tri Agartala 94/95
75 106* 6-063
5-101
PKK Kumar Raj-Vid Nagpur-VCA 94/95
76 208* 5-023 PKK Kumar Raj-Asm Udaipur 94/95
77 118 7-060 SB Joshi Kar-Hyd Sec’bad-Gym 95/96
78 134 5-069 RA Swaroop Bar-Guj Motera 96/97
79 167 5-020 5-041 Sukhvinder Singh Asm-Tri Agartala 96/97
80 200 6-099 KNAPnabhan Ker-Ori Cuttack 96/97
81 113 6-073 A Kumble Kar-Hyd Sec’bad-Gym 97/98
82 100* 6-103 R Panta H  P-Ser Una 99/00
83 110 5-100 SB Joshi Kar-Asm B’lore-MCS 03/04
84 106* 6-048 J Sharma Har-Goa Gurgaon-TDLS 04/05
85 159 5-075 SC Ganguly Ben-Mah Pune-NS 05/06
86 183 5-083 5-036 YK Pathan Bar-Ben Vadodara 07/08
87 107 5-029 R Bhatia Del-Mah Nagothane 07/08
88 232* 5-044 RA Jadeja Sau-Ori Rajkot-KCG 08/09
89 104 5-095 PP Chawla U P-Kar Kanpur 10/11
90 128 6-063 R Dhawan H P-Jha Ranchi 12/13
91 100* 6-102 KR Makwana Sau-Rlys Rajkot-SCAS 12/13
92 120* 7-041 Parvez Rasool J+K-Asm Guwahati-NS 12/13
93 106* 6-045 D Sivakumar And-Goa Vizag-YSR 12/13
94 106 7-080 AG Murtaza U P-T N Chennai-Cplast 12/13
95 103 5-058 Parvez Rasool J+K-Pun Vadodara 13/14
96 150 5-044 RH Bhatt Guj-Pun Motera 14/15
97 105* 5-034 R Vinay Kumar Kar-T N Mum-WS 14/15
98 100 6-065 J Yadav Har-Kar Mys-SDNRWG 15/16
99 110 7-059 RL Jangid Vid-Har Nagpur-VCA 15/16
100 105* 8-085 JS Saxena Ker-Raj Thumba 17/18
101 133 5-054 Saurabh Kumar U P-Asm Guwahati-BCS 17/18
102 200* 5-013 AA Kazi Nag-Miz Dimapur 18/19
103 133 8-045 JS Saxena Ker-And Thumba 18/19
104 100* 5-059 SS Sharma M P-Ben Kolkata 18/19
105 115 8-085 Parvez Rasool J+K-Ser Del-Palam A 18/19
106 156 5-039 T Kohli Miz-Sik Jorhat 18/19
107 111 5-028 A Aman Bih-Miz Jorhat 18/19
108 102 5-055 AA Sarwate Vid-Ukd Nagpur-VCA 18/19
109 241* 5-060 AJ Mandal Chh-Ukd Naya Raipur 19/20
110 113 6-052 T Kohli Miz-Sik Bhubaneswar 19/20
111 122* 6-071 AA Verma Goa-Aru Porvorim 19/20
112 148 5-039 AA Verma Goa-Miz Calcutta-CCFG 19/20

A Kumble {02}, A Shukla {05}, AA Verma {02}, B Mahendra Kumar {02}, L Amar Singh {02}, Madanlal {03}, ML Jaisimha {02}, P Bhandari {02}, Pervez Rasool {03}, PK Krishna Kumar {02}, RA Swaroop {02}, SB Joshi {03}, SK Giridhari {02}, T Kohli {02} and VS Hazare {03} are the bowlers who have performed the Allround feat on two or more occasions.

No Runs W-R Bowler Teams Ground Season
1 100* 6-075 5-028 A Kumble Kar-Ker Thalassery 90/91
2 113 6-073 A Kumble Kar-Hyd Sec’ad-Gym 97/98
             
1 168* 7-043 A Shukla U P-Raj Udaipur 61/62
2 242* 5-068 A Shukla Bih-Ori Cuttack 67/68
3 122 5-071 A Shukla Bih-Ori Jamadoba 68/69
4 137 7-034 A Shukla Bih-Asm Guwahati-NS 72/73
5 100 5-056 A Shukla U P-Vid Muzaffarnagar 75/76
             
1 122* 6-071 AA Verma Goa-Aru Porvorim 19/20
2 148 5-039 AA Verma Goa-Miz Calcutta-CCFG 19/20
             
1 185 6-087 B M Kumar Hyd-Ben Sec’ad-Gym 64/65
2 104* 6-064 B M Kumar Hyd-Ker Eloor 65/66
             
1 105* 8-085 JS Saxena Ker-Raj Thumba 17/18
2 133 8-045 JS Saxena Ker-And Thumba 18/19
             
1 103 6-048 L Amar Singh Naw-Sind Ah’bad-GCG 36/37
2 140* 6-022 L Amar Singh Naw-Bom Jamnagar 37/38
             
1 103* 6-103 Madan Lal Pun-J+K Srinagar 70/71
2 140 100 5-056 Madan Lal Del-Rlys Del-KSS 80/81
3 167 5-127 Madan Lal Del-Ben Calcutta 86/87
             
1 110 5-040 ML Jaisimha Hyd-Mys B’lore-CCG 62/63
2 109 5-027 ML Jaisimha Hyd-Mad Sec’ad-Gym 64/65
             
1 227 5-047 P Bhandari Del-Pat Patiala 57/58
2 111* 5-066 P Bhandari Ben-Raj Udaipur 61/62
             
1 120* 7-041 Parvez Rasool J+K-Asm Guwahati-NS 12/13
2 103 5-058 Parvez Rasool J+K-Pun Vadodara 13/14
3 115 8-085 Parvez Rasool J+K-Ser Del-Palam A 18/19
             
1 106* 6-063 5-101 PK Krishnakumar Raj-Vid Nagpur-VCA 94/95
2 208* 5-023 PK Krishnakumar Raj-Asm Udaipur 94/95
             
1 125 5-091 RA Swaroop Hyd-Bar Vadodara-IPCL 92/93
2 134 5-069 RA Swaroop Bar-Guj Motera 96/97
             
1 118 5-029 SB Joshi Kar-Bom B’lore-MCS 93/94
2 118 7-060 SB Joshi Kar-Hyd Sec’bad-Gym 95/96
3 110 5-100 SB Joshi Kar-Asm B’lore-MCS 03/04
             
1 149 5-023 SK Girdhari WIn-Guj Ah’bad-GCG 44/45
2 100 7-157 SK Girdhari Asm-Ben Jorhat 56/57
3 129* 6-037 SK Girdhari Ben-Ori Cuttack 59/60
             
1 121* 6-1 SV Jedhe Mah-Rlys Pune-NS 92/93
2 168 5-072 SV Jedhe Mah-T N Bhusawal 92/93
             
1 156 5-039 T Kohli Miz-Sik Jorhat 18/19
2 113 6-052 T Kohli Miz-Sik Bhubaneswar 19/20
             
1 155 5-079 VS Hazare Mah-SPun Poona-PCG 39/40
2 288 6-085 VS Hazare Bar-Hol Bar-CCG 46/47
3 5 5-037 VS Hazare Bar-Kat Bar-CGym 49/50
Teams dismissed all out for totals less than 100 runs in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy

Teams dismissed all out for totals less than 100 runs in an innings in the history of Ranji Trophy

Baroda was dismissed all out for 85 in its fixture against Karnataka at Bangalore-MCS in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season to provide the 863rd  occasion of team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in an innings in the annals of Ranji Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Teams Ground Season
1 21 Hyderabad v Rajasthan Jaipur 2010/11
2 22 S Punjab v N India Amritsar 1934/35
3 23 Sind v S Punjab Patiala 1938/39
4 23 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar 1960/61
5 23 J & K  v Haryana Rai 1977/78
6 25 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1951/52
7 27 Kerala v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1963/64
8 27 Manipur v Meghalaya Mangoldoi 2019/20
9 28 Mysore v Bombay Bangalore-GG 1951/52
10 28 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar 1960/61
11 28 Goa v Kerala Thalassery 1998/99
12 29 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Coimbatore 1978/79
13 30 Andhra v Punjab Mohali 2003/04
14 31 E  Punjab v Railways Jalandhar 1958/59
15 31 Services v Baroda Vadodara-RCS 2013/14
16 32 Assam v Bihar Patna 1971/72
17 33 Railways v Services Delhi-KSS 1958/59
18 33 Kerala v Andhra Trivandrum 1969/70
19 33 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1974/75
20 33 Andhra v Kerala Kochi 1997/98
21 35 Patiala v Services Delhi-Palam A 1958/59
22 35 Orissa v Bihar Patna 1958/59
23 35 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1974/75
24 35 Mad Pradesh v Andhra Indore-HS 2018/19
25 35 Tripura v Rajasthan MahaAgartala 2018/19
26 36 Kerala v Madras Salem 1961/62
27 36 Him Pradesh v Hyderabad Guwahati-BCS 2016/17
28 37 Delhi v U Provinces Agra 1934/35
29 37 Baroda v Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
30 37 J & K  v Services Delhi-Palam A 1959/60
31 37 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1972/73
32 37 Orissa v Bengal Kalyani 2015/16
33 38 Mysore v Madras Chepauk, Madras 1936/37
34 38 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1963/64
35 39 Maharashtra v Nawanagar Jamnagar 1941/42
36 40 Delhi v NWFP Peshawar 1938/39
37 40 Railways v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1961/62
38 40 Kerala v Mysore Bangalore-SJNF 1965/66
39 40 Vidarbha v Rajasthan Jaipur 1977/78
40 41 Saurashtra v Bombay Junagadh 1970/71
41 41 Andhra v Karnataka Eluru 1995/96
42 42 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1958/59
43 42 Baroda v Bombay Baroda-MBS 1971/72
44 42 Bombay v Gujarat Bulsar 1977/78
45 42 Punjab v Haryana Amritsar 1978/79
46 42 Tripura v Bengal Agartala 1995/96
47 43 Gujarat v Bombay Bom-BS 1958/59
48 43 J & K  v E Punjab Jullundur 1959/60
49 43 Bihar v Bombay Bom-WS 1974/75
50 44 Orissa v Bihar Jamshedpur 1949/50
51 44 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1959/60
52 44 Railways v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1961/62
53 44 Tripura v Bihar Agartala 1993/94
54 44 Gujarat v Mumbai Surat 2008/09
55 44 Maharashtra v Services Delhi-Palam A 2019/20
56 45 Bombay v Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
57 45 Jharkhand v Services Delhi-Palam A 2015/16
58 45 Mizoram v Puducherry Puducherry 2018/19
59 46 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1959/60
60 46 Mysore v Madras Madras-CS 1964/65
61 46 Assam v Bihar Nowgong 1970/71
62 46 Meghalaya v Bihar Shillong 2018/19
63 47 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1961/62
64 47 J & K  v Services Delhi-Army 1963/64
65 48 Mysore v Madras Chepauk 1934/35
66 48 Delhi v Bihar Jamshedpur 1948/49
67 48 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Nagpur-VCA 1963/64
68 48 J & K  v Punjab Patiala 1981/82
69 49 U Provinces v Cen India Indore 1938/39
70 49 Bihar v Orissa Patna 1958/59
71 49 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1974/75
72 49 Tripura v Haryana Lahli 2019/20
73 50 Assam v Holkar Jorhat 1949/50
74 50 Gujarat v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 1981/82
75 51 Patiala v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1958/59
76 51 N Punjab v Services Delhi-Palam A 1960/61
77 51 Kerala v Madras Chepauk 1965/66
78 51 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1970/71
79 51 Andhra v Hyderabad Kothagudem 1973/74
80 51 Tripura v Bihar Agartala 1989/90
81 51 Rajasthan v Orissa Jaipur 2015/16
82 52 Delhi v N India Lahore-Minto 1944/45
83 52 Assam v Holkar Jorhat-CG 1949/50
84 52 Saurashtra v Bihar Rajkot 1994/95
85 53 U Pradesh v Holkar Indore 1952/53
86 53 Assam v Bihar Jorhat 1954/55
87 53 Andhra v Madras Guntur 1960/61
88 53 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1966/67
89 53 Assam v Bengal Guwahati 1972/73
90 53 Tripura v Bengal Agartala 1995/96
91 53 Tripura v Chhattisgarh Naya Raipur 2019/20
92 54 Rajputana v Baroda Baroda-Gym 1942/43
93 54 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1956/57
94 54 Assam v Bihar Jamshedpur 1959/60
95 54 N Punjab v S Punjab Patiala 1962/63
96 54 Vidarbha v Rajasthan Khatrinagar 1981/82
97 54 Hyderabad v Maharashtra Hyd-RGS 2011/12
98 55 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1973/74
99 55 Goa v Hyderabad Panaji 1997/98
100 55 Tripura v Rajasthan Kota 2010/11
101 55 Haryana v Vidarbha Lahli 2012/13
102 55 Assam v Railways Guwahati-BCS 2017/18
103 56 U Provinces v S Punjab Patiala 1934/35
104 56 Patiala v Railways Patiala 1958/59
105 56 J & K  v Services Delhi-Army 1961/62
106 56 Assam v Bihar Jorhat 1974/75
107 56 Andhra v Mad Pradesh Indore-HS 2015/16
108 57 W India v Nawanagar Jamnagar 1940/41
109 57 Sind v Bombay Bom-BS 1947/48
110 57 Tripura v Assam Mangoldoi 1999/00
111 57 Vidarbha v Haryana Nagpur-VCA 2004/05
112 58 Delhi v U Provinces Delhi-FSK 1936/37
113 58 Orissa v Bengal Cuttack 1954/55
114 58 Saurashtra v Bombay Jamnagar 1958/59
115 58 Orissa v Bihar Patna 1958/59
116 58 Assam v Bihar Nowgong 1970/71
117 58 Bengal v Haryana Rai 1976/77
118 58 U Pradesh v Railways Ghaziabad 2015/16
119 59 Mysore v Madras Chepauk 1934/35
120 59 Maharashtra v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1979/80
121 59 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1998/99
122 59 Punjab v Mumbai Mum-WS 2012/13
123 59 Vidarbha v Maharashtra Kolkata 2016/17
124 60 Bihar v Bengal Jamshedpur 1955/56
125 60 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1958/59
126 60 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1959/60
127 60 Kerala v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1963/64
128 60 Andhra v Madras Tiruchirapalli 1968/69
129 60 Baroda v Bombay Bom-WS 1974/75
130 60 Tripura v Bihar Hazaribagh 1987/88
131 60 Punjab v Orissa Bhubaneswar-ECR 2008/09
132 60 Mad Pradesh v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2013/14
133 60 Bihar v Uttarakhand Dehra Dun 2018/19
134 60 Tripura v U Pradesh Lucknow-EICS 2018/19
135 61 Gwalior v Delhi Gwalior 1943/44
136 61 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1963/64
137 61 Maharashtra v Gujarat Satara 1966/67
138 61 U Pradesh v Rajasthan Varanasi 1969/70
139 61 Tamil Nadu v Bombay Chepauk 1972/73
140 61 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1974/75
141 61 Mad Pradesh v Rajasthan Beawar 1981/82
142 61 J & K  v Haryana Rohtak 1983/84
143 61 Vidarbha v Maharashtra Nasik 2010/11
144 61 Tripura v Goa Porvorim 2015/16
145 62 Services v S Punjab Patiala 1949/50
146 62 Gujarat v Bombay Atul 1961/62
147 62 J & K  v Railways Srinagar 1962/63
148 62 Delhi v Services Delhi-Army 1967/68
149 62 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1969/70
150 62 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1971/72
151 62 Assam v Orissa Jorhat 1974/75
152 62 Tripura v Bihar Agartala 1993/94
153 62 U Pradesh v Bengal Kanpur 2009/10
154 63 Gujarat v Bombay Ahmedabad-GCG 1959/60
155 63 J & K  v Punjab Jammu 1968/69
156 63 Haryana v Punjab Jalandhar 1970/71
157 63 Punjab v Haryana Rohtak-VHSG 1975/76
158 63 Baroda v Karnataka Vadodara-MBS 1982/83
159 63 Rajasthan v Mad Pradesh Rajnandgaon 1988/89
160 63 Mad Pradesh v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2011/12
161 63 Mad Pradesh v U Pradesh Indore-HS 2014/15
162 63 Kerala v Mad Pradesh Thumba 2018/19
163 63 Meghalaya v Puducherry Mangoldoi 2019/20
164 64 Central India v U Provinces Allahabad 1939/40
165 64 Bengal v Holkar Indore 1944/45
166 64 Andhra v Madras Guntur 1960/61
167 64 Andhra v Mysore Anantapur 1965/66
168 64 Bihar v Bengal Patna 1969/70
169 64 Orissa v Bihar Berhampur 1981/82
170 64 Orissa v Bihar Berhampur 1981/82
171 64 Him Pradesh v Services Una 1986/87
172 64 Orissa v Bihar Sambalpur 1991/92
173 64 Baroda v Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2004/05
174 65 J & K  v Services Srinagar 1962/63
175 65 Gujarat v Bombay Surat-PPG 1971/72
176 65 Tripura v Assam Silchar 1986/87
177 65 Him Pradesh v Haryana Mandi 1986/87
178 65 Kerala v Hyderabad Kottayam 1993/94
179 65 Tripura v Assam Agartala 1996/97
180 65 Mizoram v Manipur Kolkata-VAG 2019/20
181 65 Sikkim v Puducherry Puducherry-CAG 2 2019/20
182 65 Meghalaya v Puducherry Mangoldoi 2019/20
183 66 Haryana v Bengal Calcutta 1975/76
184 66 Rajasthan v Mad Pradesh Jabalpur 1976/77
185 66 Vidarbha v Rajasthan Khatrinagar 1981/82
186 66 Haryana v Orissa Lahli 2012/13
187 66 Aru Pradesh v Manipur Kolkata-VAG 2018/19
188 67 Orissa v Bihar Cuttack 1957/58
189 67 Orissa v Bengal Cuttack 1961/62
190 67 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1963/64
191 67 Orissa v Assam Nowgong 1970/71
192 67 J & K  v Punjab Jammu 1976/77
193 67 Him Pradesh v Orissa Cuttack 2005/06
194 68 Mysore v Bombay Bom-BS 1941/42
195 68 Mysore v Hyderabad Sec’bad-RRCG 1942/43
196 68 Assam v U Pradesh Dehra Dun 1950/51
197 68 Assam v Bengal Jorhat 1958/59
198 68 Andhra v Madras Chepauk 1959/60
199 68 Kerala v Mysore Ernakulam 1960/61
200 68 Andhra v Mysore Bangalore-SJNF 1966/67
201 68 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1973/74
202 68 J & K  v Punjab Srinagar 1978/79
203 68 Haryana v Bombay Rohtak-MAS 1979/80
204 68 Mad Pradesh v Haryana Rohtak-MAS 2002/03
205 68 Tamil Nadu v Punjab Natham 2015/16
206 68 Tripura v Haryana Lahli 2019/20
207 68 Mizoram v Bihar Patna 2019/20
208 69 Nawanagar v Bombay Bom-BS 1946/47
209 69 Madras v Baroda Chepauk 1949/50
210 69 Orissa v Bengal Cuttack 1957/58
211 69 Hyderabad v Mysore Hyd-LBS 1959/60
212 69 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1961/62
213 69 Kerala v Madras Thalassery 1964/65
214 69 Andhra v Mysore Anantapur 1965/66
215 69 J & K  v Services Delhi-Palam 1975/76
216 69 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1975/76
217 69 J & K  v Punjab Jammu 1976/77
218 69 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Kannur 1976/77
219 69 J & K  v Haryana Rohtak-VHSG 1981/82
220 69 J & K  v Haryana Bhiwani 1991/92
221 69 Delhi v Gujarat Delhi-FSK 2005/06
222 69 Saurashtra v Kerala Perintalmanna 2015/16
223 69 Tamil Nadu v Punjab Natham 2015/16
224 69 Assam v Rajasthan Vizag-YSR 2016/17
225 69 Hyderabad v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2019/20
226 70 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1958/59
227 70 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1961/62
228 70 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1967/68
229 70 Orissa v Bengal Cuttack 1967/68
230 70 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1969/70
231 70 J & K  v Punjab Chandigarh-S16 1984/85
232 70 Tripura v Bihar Agartala 1995/96
233 70 Maharashtra v Railways Delhi-KSS 2018/19
234 70 Kerala v Gujarat Surat-LCS 2019/20
235 71 Madras v S India Pudokottah 1936/37
236 71 CP & Berar v Hyderabad Nagpur-CPG 1947/48
237 71 Kerala v Mysore Trivandrum 1970/71
238 71 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1979/80
239 71 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1994/95
240 71 U Pradesh v Railways Varanasi 2003/04
241 71 U Pradesh v Haryana Lahli 2006/07
242 71 Hyderabad v Saurashtra Rajkot-MSCG 2008/09
243 71 Gujarat v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2010/11
244 71 Aru Pradesh v Puducherry Goalpara 2018/19
245 72 Rajputana v Central India Indore 1937/38
246 72 Mad Pradesh v Holkar Jabalpur 1953/54
247 72 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1958/59
248 72 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1959/60
249 72 Railways v Delhi Delhi-KSS 1972/73
250 72 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1973/74
251 72 Orissa v Bihar Patna 1976/77
252 72 Services v Haryana Rohtak-VHSG 1977/78
253 72 J & K  v Punjab Jalandhar 1977/78
254 72 Assam v Bihar Jamshedpur 1987/88
255 72 Services v Saurashtra Rajkot-KCS 2013/14
256 72 U Pradesh v Railways Lucknow-EICS 2017/18
257 72 Haryana v Jharkhand Lahli 2018/19
258 72 Aru Pradesh v Puducherry Puducherry-CAG 2 2019/20
259 73 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Nagpur-VCA 1963/64
260 73 Andhra v Mysore Guntur 1963/64
261 73 Andhra v Hyderabad Anantapur 1966/67
272 73 Kerala v Madras Chepauk 1967/68
273 73 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1972/73
274 73 Andhra v Hyderabad Guntur 1972/73
275 73 J & K  v Haryana Rohtak-MAS 1983/84
276 73 Tripura v Jharkhand Agartala 2010/11
277 73 Orissa v Punjab Mohali 2011/12
278 73 Mizoram v Puducherry Kolkata-VAG 2019/20
279 74 Assam v Orissa Cuttack 1952/53
280 74 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1959/60
281 74 Bengal v Rajasthan Jaipur-CS 1969/70
282 74 Baroda v Saurashtra Rajkot 1969/70
283 74 Services v Railways Delhi-KSS 1972/73
284 74 Assam v Bengal Guwahati 1972/73
285 74 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1976/77
286 74 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1983/84
287 74 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1989/90
288 74 Tripura v Bihar Agartala-PIG 1991/92
289 74 Karnataka v Kerala Palakkad 1996/97
290 74 Tripura v Orissa Agartala 2006/07
291 74 Andhra v Kerala Kochi 2011/12
292 74 Punjab v Delhi Delhi-RCG 2013/14
293 74 Rajasthan v Haryana Lahli 2014/15
294 75 Kerala v Andhra Anantapur 1964/65
295 75 S Punjab v Railways Patiala 1964/65
296 75 Kerala v Mysore Kottayam 1972/73
297 75 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1973/74
298 75 Saurashtra v Bombay Surendranagar 1976/77
299 75 Maharashtra v Bombay Thana 1993/94
300 75 Delhi v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2007/08
301 76 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta-TP 1938/39
302 76 Orissa v Bihar Cuttack 1957/58
303 76 J & K  v N Punjab Srinagar 1960/61
304 76 East Zone v Pakistanis Guwahati 1979/80
305 76 Andhra v Kerala Vizag-TS 1996/97
306 76 Assam v Orissa Balasore 2001/02
307 76 Hyderabad v Bengal Hyd-RGS 2006/07
308 76 Orissa v Punjab Mohali 2007/08
309 76 Assam v Saurashtra Rajkot-KCS 2010/11
310 76 Bengal v Baroda Lahli 2016/17
311 76 Hyderabad v Punjab Patiala 2019/20
312 76 Railways v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 2019/20
313 77 Gujarat v W India Ahmedabad-GCG 1936/37
314 77 Assam v Bihar Jamshedpur 1963/64
315 77 J & K  v Services Srinagar 1966/67
316 77 Assam v Bengal Guwahati 1968/69
317 77 Bihar v Bengal Patna 1969/70
318 77 Saurashtra v Bombay Rajkot-MS 1972/73
319 77 Orissa v Bihar Jamshedpur 1974/75
320 77 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Salem 1974/75
321 77 Railways v Mad Pradesh Delhi-KSS 1978/79
322 77 J & K  v Services Delhi-Palam A 1979/80
323 77 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1979/80
324 77 Tripura v Bihar Giridih 1988/89
325 77 Maharashtra v Orissa Cuttack 2003/04
326 77 Railways v Delhi Delhi-KSS 2005/06
327 77 Andhra v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2008/09
328 77 Services v Vidarbha Delhi-Palam A 2008/09
329 77 Goa v J & K Surat-LCS 2016/17
330 77 Mizoram v Bihar Jorhat-DSAG 2018/19
331 78 Mysore v Madras Chepauk 1944/45
332 78 Kerala v Madras Madurai 1957/58
333 78 J & K  v Services Srinagar 1960/61
334 78 Hyderabad v Madras Madras-CS 1961/62
335 78 J & K  v N Punjab Jalandhar 1961/62
336 78 Andhra v Hyderabad Anantapur-PPG 1962/63
337 78 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1971/72
338 78 Haryana v Delhi Chandigarh-S16 1972/73
339 78 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1973/74
340 78 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Agra 1973/74
341 78 Assam v Bengal Guwahati-NEFRS 1976/77
342 78 J & K  v Haryana Jammu 1980/81
343 78 Rajasthan v Vidarbha Khatrinagar 1981/82
344 78 Haryana v Karnataka Faridabad 1982/83
345 78 Him Pradesh v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1988/89
346 78 Hyderabad v Karnataka Bijapur 1994/95
347 78 Baroda v Maharashtra Pune-PCG 1997/98
348 78 Services v Punjab Mohali 1997/98
349 78 Delhi v Orissa Delhi-FSK 2008/09
350 78 Chhattisgarh v Orissa Naya Raipur 2019/20
351 78 Assam v Maharashtra Guwahati-BCS 2019/20
352 79 Kerala v Madras Madurai 1957/58
353 79 J & K  v Eastern Punjab Jullundur 1959/60
354 79 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1961/62
355 79 Gujarat v Bombay Bom-BS 1966/67
356 79 Assam v Bengal Guwahati 1968/69
357 79 Bombay v Saurashtra Surendranagar 1976/77
358 79 J & K  v Punjab Amritsar 1983/84
359 79 Tripura v Assam Nowgong 1985/86
360 79 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1994/95
361 79 J & K  v Jharkhand Jamshedpur 2004/05
362 79 Gujarat v Railways Delhi-KSS 2005/06
363 79 U Pradesh v Railways Mohan Nagar 2011/12
364 79 J & K v Kerala Thumba 2017/18
365 79 Manipur v Sikkim Kolkata-JUSCG 2018/19
366 79 Saurashtra v Karnataka Rajkot-SCAS 2018/19
367 79 Services v Haryana Lahli 2018/19
368 79 Railways v Karnataka Delhi-KSS 2019/20
369 80 Hyderabad v Baroda Sec’bad-RRCG 1948/49
370 80 Hyderabad v Baroda Sec’bad-RRCG 1948/49
371 80 N Punjab v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1962/63
372 80 Andhra v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1964/65
373 80 J & K  v Railways Srinagar 1966/67
374 80 Tamil Nadu v Bombay Chepauk 1972/73
375 80 Maharashtra v Bombay Bom-WS 1977/78
376 80 Vidarbha v Rajasthan Jaipur 1977/78
377 80 Kerala v Hyderabad Palakkad 1979/80
378 80 Assam v Orissa Sambalpur 1981/82
379 80 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-RCG 1984/85
380 80 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1985/86
381 80 Tripura v Bengal ECalcutta 1988/89
382 80 Tripura v Assam Guwahati 1992/93
383 80 J & K  v Haryana Jammu 1998/99
384 80 Delhi v Punjab Delhi-HSS 2000/01
385 80 Goa v Karnataka Bangalore-MCS 2001/02
386 80 Orissa v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2004/05
387 80 Hyderabad v Andhra Anantapur-RDTS 2005/06
388 80 Him Pradesh v Tripura Agartala 2005/06
389 80 Orissa v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2008/09
390 80 Andhra v Punjab Patiala-DPS 2015/16
391 80 Maharashtra v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2015/16
392 80 Puducherry v Meghalaya Mangoldoi 2019/20
393 81 Bihar v Assam Jorhat 1954/55
394 81 Delhi v Services Delhi-FSK 1960/61
395 81 J & K  v Services Delhi-Army 1963/64
396 81 J & K  v S Punjab Srinagar 1966/67
397 81 Kerala v Hyderabad Trivandrum 1969/70
398 81 Orissa v Bihar Patna 1970/71
399 81 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1981/82
400 81 Rajasthan v Railways Delhi-KSS 1981/82
401 81 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1984/85
402 81 J & K  v Punjab Ludhiana 1987/88
403 81 Services v Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2005/06
404 81 Jharkhand v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2006/07
405 81 Kerala v J & K Jammu 2009/10
406 81 Railways v Saurashtra Delhi-KSS 2011/12
407 81 Assam v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2013/14
408 81 Saurashtra v Assam Kolkata 2016/17
409 81 Haryana v Jharkhand Lahli 2018/19
410 81 Sikkim v Bihar Patna 2018/19
411 81 Gujarat v Kerala Wayanad 2018/19
412 82 Orissa v Assam Cuttack 1957/58
413 82 J & K  v Services Srinagar 1960/61
414 82 Kerala v Mysore Mysore-MCG 1961/62
415 82 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar 1962/63
416 82 Haryana v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1971/72
417 82 Andhra v Hyderabad Guntur-BRS 1972/73
418 82 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1985/86
419 82 Gujarat v Bombay Surat 1985/86
420 82 Hyderabad v Punjab Ludhiana 1992/93
421 82 Haryana v Punjab Amritsar 2000/01
422 82 Punjab v Baroda Vadodara-GSFCG 2001/02
423 82 Him Pradesh v Punjab Mohali 2009/10
424 82 Saurashtra v Mumbai Mum-WS 2012/13
425 82 Tamil Nadu v Karnataka Bangalore-MCS 2014/15
426 82 Aru  Pradesh v Puducherry Goalpara 2018/19
427 82 Kerala v Rajasthan Thumba 2019/20
428 83 S Punjab v U Provinces Amritsar 1936/37
429 83 Rajasthan v Services Ajmer 1951/52
430 83 U Pradesh v Holkar Indore 1952/53
431 83 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1956/57
432 83 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Khadakvasla 1956/57
443 83 Mysore v Hyderabad Hyd-LBS 1957/58
444 83 S Punjab v Services Delhi-Palam A 1960/61
445 83 Orissa v Bihar Jamshedpur 1961/62
446 83 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1977/78
447 83 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Kannur 1980/81
448 83 J & K  v Punjab Patiala 1981/82
449 83 J & K  v Punjab Chandigarh-S16 1984/85
450 83 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar-S-i-KS 1985/86
451 83 Tripura v Assam Guwahati 1991/92
452 83 Maharashtra v Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2004/05
453 83 Him Pradesh v Maharashtra Dharmasala 2007/08
454 83 Orissa v Gujarat Ahmedabad 2013/14
455 83 Kerala v Him Pradesh Perintalmanna 2015/16
456 83 Uttarakhand v Assam Dehra Dun-RGICS 2019/20
457 83 Arunachal Pradesh v Goa Porvorim 2019/20
458 83 Uttarakhand v Services Dehra Dun-RGICS 2019/20
459 84 Delhi v S Punjab Delhi-FSK 1943/44
460 84 Kerala v Mysore Ernakulam 1960/61
461 84 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Pune 1977/78
462 84 J & K  v Punjab Amritsar 1979/80
463 84 J & K  v Delhi Jammu 1982/83
464 84 Assam v Bihar Jamadoba 1983/84
465 84 Tripura v Orissa Cuttack 1987/88
466 84 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1987/88
467 84 J & K  v Punjab Ludhiana 1991/92
468 84 Andhra v Punjab Mohali 2003/04
469 84 Him Pradesh v U Pradesh Kanpur 2010/11
470 84 Rajasthan v Assam Guwahati-BCS 2015/16
471 84 Punjab v Him Pradesh Mohali 2018/19
472 84 Aru Pradesh v Bihar Patna 2018/19
473 84 Uttarakhand v J & K Dehra Dun-ACAG 2019/20
474 84 Tripura v Services Delhi-Palam A 2019/20
475 85 Baroda v Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
476 85 NWFP  v S Punjab Patiala 1937/38
477 85 Delhi v Rajputana Delhi-FSK 1939/40
478 85 Travancore-Cochin v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1951/52
479 85 Hyderabad v Mysore Sec’bad-RRCG 1961/62
480 85 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1961/62
481 85 Gujarat v Bombay Bom-BS 1964/65
482 85 Andhra v Hyderabad Guntur-BRS 1968/69
483 85 J & K  v Punjab Patiala 1969/70
484 85 Assam v Bihar Jamshedpur 1975/76
485 85 Assam v Orissa Sambalpur 1975/76
486 85 J & K  v Delhi Jammu 1978/79
487 85 Kerala v Karnataka Cochin-FCPM 1980/81
488 85 Rajasthan v Railways Jaipur 1998/99
489 85 Bihar v Assam Tinsukia 2000/01
500 85 Bihar v Mad Pradesh Ranchi-Mecon 2003/04
501 85 Karnataka v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2006/07
502 85 Kerala v Assam Silchar 2007/08
503 85 Rajasthan v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2007/08
504 85 Rajasthan v Saurashtra  Rajkot-MCS 2008/09
505 85 J & K  v Services Delhi-Palam A 2012/13
506 85 Vidarbha v Gujarat Nagpur-J 2013/14
507 85 Tamil Nadu v Bengal Chepauk 2013/14
508 85 J & K  v Maharashtra Pune-SRS 2013/14
509 85 Orissa v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2014/15
510 85 J & K v Services Jammu 2015/16
511 85 Manipur v Aru Pradesh Kolkata-VAG 2018/19
512 85 Baroda v Karnataka Bangalore-MCS 2019/20
513 86 Delhi v N India Lahore-Minto 1944/45
514 86 Travancore-Cochin v Mysore Trivandrum 1952/53
515 86 Travancore-Cochin v Mysore Trivandrum 1952/53
516 86 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Kanpur 1958/59
517 86 Assam v Bihar Jorhat 1966/67
518 86 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta 1968/69
519 86 J & K  v Punjab Patiala 1969/70
520 86 Haryana v Railways Kurukshetra 1972/73
521 86 Kerala v Karnataka Thalassery 1974/75
522 86 J & K  v Haryana Srinagar 1974/75
523 86 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Vijayawada 1975/76
524 86 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar 1976/77
525 86 Bihar v Railways Delhi-KSS 1980/81
526 86 Rajasthan v Railways Delhi-KSS 1981/82
527 86 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1985/86
528 86 Services v Haryana Gurgaon 1989/90
529 86 Him Pradesh v Delhi Una 1991/92
530 86 Him Pradesh v Haryana Faridabad 1991/92
531 86 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1992/93
532 86 Andhra v Kerala Kottayam 1993/94
533 86 Goa v Andhra Panaji 1998/99
534 86 Rajasthan v Maharashtra Ratnagiri 2006/07
535 86 Bengal v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2007/08
536 86 Assam v Bengal Guwahati-NEFRS 2008/09
537 86 Tripura v Jharkhand Agartala 2012/13
538 86 Tripura v Andhra Agartala 2013/14
539 86 Tripura v Saurashtra Rajkot 2015/16
540 86 Bengal v Delhi Pune-SRS 2017/18
541 86 Mizoram v Meghalaya Shillong 2018/19
542 86 Maharashtra v Haryana Lahli 2019/20
543 87 J & K  v Services Delhi-Palam A 1959/60
544 87 S Punjab v N Punjab Patiala 1962/63
545 87 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1963/64
546 87 N Punjab v S Punjab Patiala 1964/65
547 87 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1972/73
548 87 J & K  v Punjab Srinagar 1978/79
549 87 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1986/87
550 87 Tripura v Bihar Jamshedpur 1986/87
551 87 Assam v Bengal Calcutta 1989/90
552 87 Andhra v Karnataka Vijayawada 1989/90
553 87 Services v Punjab Delhi-Palam A 2000/01
554 87 Vidarbha v Orissa Nagpur-J 2005/06
555 87 Saurashtra v Andhra Rajkot-MSCG 2006/07
556 87 Gujarat v Him Pradesh Surat 2009/10
557 87 Tamil Nadu v Mumbai Lahli 2016/17
558 88 NWFP  v N India Peshawar 1940/41
559 88 U Provinces v Holkar Indore 1947/48
560 88 Madras v Hyderabad Sec’bad-RRCG 1947/48
561 88 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Khadakvasla 1956/57
562 88 Saurashtra v Gujarat Surat 1960/61
563 88 Kerala v Hyderabad Kothagudem 1962/63
564 88 Railways v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1972/73
565 88 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Vizag-AUG 1973/74
566 88 Assam v Bihar Jorhat 1974/75
567 88 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1975/76
568 88 Assam v Bengal Dibrugarh 1978/79
569 88 Railways v Rajasthan Bikaner 1978/79
570 88 Tripura v Bihar Ranchi-Mecon 1985/86
571 88 Services v Haryana Faridabad 1987/88
572 88 Tripura v Bengal Agartala 1992/93
573 88 Goa v Hyderabad Margao 1993/94
574 88 Baroda v Haryana Vadodara-IPCL 1997/98
575 88 Tripura v Bengal Kolkata 2008/09
576 88 Karnataka v Baroda Vadodara-RCS 2010/11
577 88 Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 2012/13
578 88 Vidarbha v Delhi Delhi-RCG 2013/14
579 88 J & K  v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2013/14
580 88 Orissa v Assam Cuttack 2015/16
581 88 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Vizag-YSR 2016/17
582 88 Manipur v Goa Porvorim 2019/20
583 89 Bengal v Bihar Calcutta 1936/37
584 89 Orissa v Bihar Jamshedpur 1949/50
585 89 Assam v Bihar Jorhat 1954/55
586 89 Madras v Bombay Madras-CS 1955/56
587 89 N Punjab v Railways Delhi-KSS 1961/62
588 89 S Punjab v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1962/63
589 89 J & K  v Railways Delhi-KSS 1963/64
590 89 J & K  v Delhi Jammu 1966/67
591 89 Hyderabad v Mysore Hyd-LBS 1969/70
592 89 Mysore v Madras Bangalore-CCG 1969/70
593 89 Haryana v Delhi Chandigarh-S16 1974/75
594 89 Maharashtra v Gujarat Bulsar 1977/78
595 89 Haryana v Delhi Rohtak-VHSG 1978/79
596 89 Him Pradesh v Punjab Jalandhar 1985/86
597 89 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1991/92
598 89 Kerala v Karnataka Bangalore-MCS 1993/94
599 89 Assam v Rajasthan Udaipur 1994/95
600 89 Assam v Bihar Jamshedpur 1997/98
601 89 Vidarbha v Railways Delhi-KSS 2000/01
602 89 Baroda v Mumbai Vadodara-IPCL 2001/02
603 89 Tripura v Bengal Agartala 2001/02
604 89 Karnataka v Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2003/04
605 89 Karnataka v Bengal Kolkata 2006/07
606 89 Rajasthan v Haryana Lahli 2011/12
607 89 Jharkhand v Kerala Karyavattom 2017/18
608 90 NWFP  v N India Lahore-ACG 1941/42
609 90 U Pradesh v Holkar Dehra Dun 1950/51
610 90 Assam v Orissa Cuttack 1952/53
611 90 Saurashtra v Gujarat Surat-PPG 1960/61
612 90 Saurashtra v Baroda Rajkot-RCG 1963/64
613 90 Andhra v Madras Coimbatore 1964/65
614 90 J & K  v Services Delhi-Army 1969/70
615 90 Mysore v Bombay Bom-BS 1971/72
616 90 J & K  v Railways Srinagar 1972/73
617 90 Andhra v Kerala Guntur-BRS 1974/75
618 90 J & K  v Punjab Jalandhar 1977/78
619 90 Assam v Bihar Jamadoba 1979/80
620 90 Railways v Vidarbha Delhi-KSS 1992/93
621 90 Kerala v Punjab Mohali 1996/97
622 90 Gujarat v Mumbai Mum-WS 1998/99
623 90 Him Pradesh v Punjab Mandi 1998/99
624 90 Punjab v Karnataka Amritsar 1998/99
625 90 Saurashtra v Punjab Mohali 2012/13
626 90 Mad Pradesh v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2013/14
627 90 Delhi v Karnataka Kolkata 2016/17
628 90 Haryana v Orissa Lahli 2019/20
629 90 Uttarakhand v Tripura Agartala 2019/20
630 90 Kerala v Rajasthan Thumba 2019/20
631 90 Railways v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 2019/20
632 91 Bihar v Holkar Jamshedpur 1944/45
633 91 U Provinces v Maharashtra Kanpur 1948/49
634 91 Saurashtra v Gujarat Rajkot-ECG 1952/53
635 91 Madhya Bharat v Rajasthan Indore 1956/57
636 91 Patiala v Delhi Patiala 1957/58
637 91 Orissa v Bengal Cuttack 1961/62
638 91 Kerala v Madras Cochin-FCPM 1962/63
639 91 Andhra v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1962/63
640 91 J & K  v Services Srinagar 1962/63
641 91 Bihar v Orissa Jamshedpur 1964/65
642 91 J & K  v Delhi Srinagar 1968/69
643 91 Andhra v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1968/69
644 91 Services v Delhi Delhi-Army 1973/74
645 91 Assam v Orissa Dibrugarh 1978/79
646 91 Orissa v Bihar Jamshedpur 1978/79
647 91 Punjab v Services Chandigarh-S16 1979/80
648 91 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1981/82
649 91 Services v Punjab Amritsar 1981/82
650 91 Vidarbha v Mad Pradesh Nagpur-VCA 1983/84
651 91 J & K  v Punjab Srinagar-S-i-KS 1985/86
652 91 Gujarat v Maharashtra Bharuch 1987/88
653 91 Assam v Orissa Guwahati-NEFS 1988/89
654 91 J & K  v Haryana Rohtak-VHSG 1989/90
655 91 Tripura v Vidarbha Nagpur-J 2004/05
656 91 Services v Vidarbha Nagpur-J 2007/08
657 91 J & K  v Mad Pradesh Jammu 2007/08
658 91 Gujarat v Railways Valsad 2009/10
659 91 Maharashtra v Goa Porvorim 2011/12
660 91 Mizoram v Nagaland Dimapur 2018/19
661 91 Karnataka v Saurashtra Rajkot-SCAS 2018/19
662 91 Haryana v J & K Lahli 2018/19
663 91 Mad Pradesh v Andhra Indore-HS 2018/19
664 91 Kerala v Vidarbha Wayanad 2018/19
665 91 Manipur v Sikkim Cuttack-VCG 2019/20
666 92 Delhi v U Provinces Agra 1934/35
667 92 NWFP  v S Punjab Patiala 1939/40
668 92 Gwalior v Delhi Gwalior-LCG 1943/44
669 92 W India v Bombay Bom-BS 1944/45
670 92 S Punjab v N India Lahore-LG 1944/45
671 92 Madras v Hyderabad Sec’bad-RRCG 1947/48
672 92 Holkar v Bengal Indore 1949/50
673 92 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1959/60
674 92 N Punjab v Railways Amritsar 1960/61
675 92 J & K  v Railways Srinagar 1960/61
676 92 Baroda v Bombay Baroda-MBS 1963/64
677 92 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1965/66
678 92 Andhra v Madras Guntur-BRS 1967/68
679 92 Kerala v Hyderabad Hyd-LBS 1968/69
680 92 J & K  v Punjab Jammu 1968/69
681 92 U Pradesh v Vidarbha Nagpur-VCA 1970/71
682 92 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Thalassery 1970/71
683 92 Orissa v Bihar Bhagalpur 1972/73
684 92 Kerala v Karnataka Raichur 1975/76
685 92 Maharashtra v Bombay Ahmednagar 1978/79
686 92 Orissa v Bombay Bom-WS 1982/83
687 92 Tripura v Bihar Ranchi-Mecon 1985/86
688 92 Saurashtra v Baroda Rajkot-MS 1987/88
689 92 Orissa v Railways Delhi-KSS 1995/96
690 92 Orissa v Karnataka Rourkela 1997/98
691 92 Him Pradesh v Services Delhi-HSS 1998/99
692 92 Assam v Orissa Balasore 2001/02
693 92 Saurashtra v Orissa Cuttack 2005/06
694 92 Assam v Orissa Cuttack 2015/16
695 92 Saurashtra v Delhi Vadodara-RCS 2016/17
696 92 Mizoram v Puducherry Puducherry 2018/19
697 92 Manipur v Meghalaya Mangoldoi 2019/20
698 93 CP and Berar v Hyderabad Nagpur-CPG 1943/44
699 93 Saurashtra v Gujarat Rajkot-EGG 1952/53
700 93 Madras v Bombay Chepauk 1958/59
701 93 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Rajkot-MS 1966/67
702 93 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1972/73
703 93 Andhra v Tamil Nadu Vizag-AUG 1973/74
704 93 Andhra v Karnataka Vizag-SERS 1975/76
705 93 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1976/77
706 93 J & K  v Haryana Jammu 1976/77
707 93 J & K  v Haryana Rai 1977/78
708 93 Railways v Delhi Delhi-KSS 1980/81
709 93 Assam v Bengal Nowgong 1984/85
710 93 Him Pradesh v Punjab Una 1986/87
711 93 Baroda v Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2004/05
712 93 J & K  v Him Pradesh Dharmasala 2004/05
713 93 Vidarbha v Him Pradesh Nagpur-VCA 2005/06
714 93 Mad Pradesh v Gujarat Delhi-KSS 2007/08
715 93 Kerala v Haryana Lahli 2009/10
716 93 Orissa v Mumbai Cuttack-DRIEMS 2011/12
717 93 Baroda v Tamil Nadu Naya Raipur 2016/17
718 94 Gujarat v Baroda Ahmedabad-GCG 1948/49
719 94 Delhi v Services Delhi-FSK 1952/53
720 94 Andhra v Madras Madras-CS 1958/59
721 94 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1959/60
722 94 Gujarat v Bombay Bom-Gym 1960/61
723 94 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Porbandar 1960/61
724 94 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1961/62
725 94 J & K  v Railways Srinagar 1962/63
726 94 Mysore v Madras Madras-CS 1964/65
727 94 Saurashtra v Bombay Jamnagar 1966/67
728 94 Orissa v Bengal Calcutta 1966/67
729 94 Kerala v Madras Calicut 1968/69
730 94 Andhra v Hyderabad Kothagudem 1973/74
731 94 Rajasthan v Delhi Jaipur 1974/75
732 94 Kerala v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1983/84
733 94 Baroda v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1983/84
734 94 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Bangalore-MCS 1987/88
735 94 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1987/88
736 94 Andhra v Kerala Kozhikode 1991/92
737 94 Mumbai v U Pradesh Mum-WS 1997/98
738 94 Kerala v Mumbai Mum-WS 2003/04
739 94 Orissa v Rajasthan Jaipur-KLSG 2005/06
740 94 Baroda v Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2008/09
741 94 Jharkhand v Mumbai Mysore-SDNSWG 2015/16
742 94 Maharashtra v Orissa Wayanad 2016/17
743 94 Manipur v Bihar Balurghat 2019/20
744 95 W India v Bombay Bom-BS 1941/42
745 95 U Provinces v Bengal Calcutta 1946/47
746 95 Bengal v Holkar Calcutta 1947/48
747 95 Bihar v U Provinces Allahabad 1947/48
748 95 U Pradesh v Mad Pradesh Nagpur-MPCA 1955/56
749 95 Saurashtra v Maharashtra Poona 1957/58
750 95 Saurashtra v Baroda Khadakvasla 1957/58
751 95 Rajasthan v Bombay Bom-BS 1961/62
752 95 Hyderabad v Madras Chepauk 1969/70
753 95 Kerala v Hyderabad Kothagudem 1972/73
754 95 Punjab v Railways Delhi-KSS 1973/74
755 95 Kerala v Andhra Vijayawada 1984/85
756 95 Assam v Bihar Guwahati-NEFR 1988/89
757 95 Services v Haryana Gurgaon 1989/90
758 95 Vidarbha v Railways Delhi-KSS 1996/97
759 95 Tripura v Rajasthan Kota 2010/11
760 95 Tripura v Mad Pradesh Gwalior-CRSS 2010/11
761 95 Services v Andhra Delhi-Palam A 2011/12
762 95 Tamil Nadu v Mumbai Mum-BKC 2015/16
763 95 U Pradesh v Punjab Hyd-RGS 2016/17
764 95 Saurashtra v Kerala Thumba 2017/18
765 95 J & K v Services Delhi-Palam A 2018/19
766 96 Gujarat v Bombay Ahmedabad-GCG 1959/60
767 96 S Punjab v Delhi Patiala 1959/60
768 96 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Meerut 1960/61
769 96 Punjab v Railways Amritsar 1968/69
770 96 Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu Poona-NS 1972/73
771 96 Punjab v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1974/75
772 96 J & K  v Delhi Jammu 1978/79
773 96 Goa v Karnataka Panaji 1990/91
774 96 Tripura v Bengal Calcutta 1996/97
775 96 Railways v Punjab Delhi-KSS 1999/00
776 96 J & K  v Haryana Rohtak-VHSF 2003/04
777 96 Assam v Mad Pradesh Indore-EHSG 2008/09
778 96 Orissa v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2008/09
779 96 Tamil Nadu v Him Pradesh Dindigul 2019/20
780 97 Madras v Hyderabad Chepauk 1936/37
781 97 NWFP  v N India Peshawar 1940/41
782 97 Holkar v Bombay Bom-BS 1951/52
783 97 Kerala v Madras Salem 1961/62
784 97 Andhra v Madras Madras-CS 1962/63
785 97 S Punjab v N Punjab Kapurthala 1963/64
786 97 Kerala v Madras Trivandrum 1966/67
787 97 Assam v Bihar Guwahati-NS 1968/69
788 97 Andhra v Hyderabad Vijayawada 1970/71
789 97 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1978/79
790 97 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Bareilly 1979/80
791 97 Baroda v Saurashtra Bhavnagar 1981/82
792 97 J & K  v Punjab Srinagar 1982/83
793 97 Tripura v Assam Agartala 1990/91
794 97 Delhi v Punjab Ludhiana 1993/94
795 97 Goa v Kerala Kozhikode 1994/95
796 97 Goa v Karnataka Bangalore-MCS 1995/96
797 97 Andhra v Karnataka Eluru 1995/96
798 97 Him Pradesh v Haryana Chamba 1996/97
799 97 Andhra v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2002/03
800 97 Rajasthan v Tamil Nadu Jaipur-KLSG 2003/04
801 97 Services v Gujarat Delhi-Palam A 2007/08
802 97 Vidarbha v Assam Nagpur-J 2008/09
803 97 Haryana v Rajasthan Lahli 2011/12
804 97 J & K  v Mad Pradesh Indore-HS 2014/15
805 97 Baroda v Bengal Lahli 2016/17
806 97 Him Pradesh v Hyderabad Hyd-RGS 2018/19
807 97 Haryana v Assam Guwahati-NS 2018/19
808 97 Services v Haryana Delhi-Palam A 2019/20
809 97 Assam v Haryana Lahli 2019/20
810 97 Andhra v Punjab Patiala-DPS 2019/20
811 98 Gujarat v Bombay Jamnagar 1937/38
812 98 Hyderabad v Madras Chepauk 1940/41
813 98 Delhi v S Punjab Patiala 1945/46
814 98 Baroda v Hyderabad Sec’bad-RRCG 1948/49
815 98 Baroda v Gujarat Ahmedabad-CCG 1950/51
816 98 Bihar v Holkar Jamshedpur 1951/52
817 98 Andhra v Hyderabad Anantapur-PPG 1962/63
818 98 Mad Pradesh v Vidarbha Indore-DCG 1962/63
819 98 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1963/64
820 98 Railways v Services Delhi-KSS 1970/71
821 98 Gujarat v Bombay Surat-PPG 1971/72
822 98 Haryana v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1971/72
823 98 Assam v Orissa Guwahati-NS 1972/73
824 98 Kerala v Hyderabad Cochin-PTO 1973/74
825 98 J & K  v Haryana Jammu 1976/77
826 98 J & K  v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1977/78
827 98 Assam v Bihar Dibrugarh 1978/79
828 98 Saurashtra v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 1978/79
829 98 Karnataka v Tamil Nadu Chepauk 1988/89
830 98 Haryana v Services Gurgaon-NS 1989/90
831 98 Vidarbha v U Pradesh Kanpur 1999/00
832 98 Maharashtra v Mumbai Bandra-MIG 2001/02
833 98 Mumbai v Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2002/03
834 98 Bengal v Andhra Kolkata 2007/08
835 98 Haryana v Him Pradesh Lahli 2008/09
836 98 Vidarbha v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2015/16
837 98 Baroda v Railways Vadodara-MBS 2019/20
838 99 Bihar v Bengal Calcutta-RG 1937/38
839 99 U Provinces v Bengal Kanpur 1945/46
840 99 Saurashtra v Baroda Khadakvasla 1957/58
841 99 Saurashtra v Bombay Bom-BS 1959/60
842 99 Railways v Delhi Delhi-FSK 1959/60
843 99 Saurashtra v Bombay Rajkot-EGG 1960/61
844 99 J & K  v S Punjab Patiala 1961/62
845 99 Andhra v Mysore Bangalore-CCG 1968/69
846 99 Kerala v Hyderabad Nizamabad 1970/71
847 99 Assam v Bihar Guwahati-NS 1972/73
848 99 Gujarat v Maharashtra Poona-NS 1972/73
849 99 J & K  v Haryana Kurukshetra 1973/74
850 99 J & K  v Haryana Srinagar 1978/79
851 99 Bihar v Orissa Hazaribagh 1988/89
852 99 Rajasthan v Railways Jaipur 1988/89
853 99 Goa v Kerala Kochi-CRLG 1992/93
854 99 Him Pradesh v Haryana Chamba 1996/97
855 99 Services v Delhi Delhi-FSK 2000/01
856 99 Goa v Assam Guwahati-NS 2006/07
857 99 Orissa v Bengal Siliguri 2007/08
858 99 Maharashtra v Karnataka Pune-SRS 2012/13
859 99 Bengal v Mumbai Nagpur-Academy 2016/17
860 99 Services v Vidarbha Nagpur-J 2017/18
861 99 Maharashtra v Delhi Delhi-Palam A 2017/18
862 99 Railways v Baroda Vadodara-MBS 2019/20
863 99 Bengal v Vidarbha Nagpur-J 2019/20
Teams winning 100 plus one day games after inserting the opposition – New Zealand joins the elite list

Teams winning 100 plus one day games after inserting the opposition – New Zealand joins the elite list

New Zealand won the toss and chose to field first and won the third one day game against India at Mount Maunganui on 11.02.20 to provide the 100th occasion of New Zealand doing so in one day games,  New Zealand became the fourth team to win 100 plus matches in the history of one day internationals after inserting the opposition, that is winning the game after winning the toss and fielding first. The other three teams are – India {159}, West Indies {124} and England {115}

CA Pujara owns the record for most double centuries in First class games by an Indian batsman

CA Pujara owns the record for most double centuries in First class games by an Indian batsman

CA Pujara’s 13 double centuries in First class game fetched him a record for most double centuries by an Indian batsman. VM Merchant {11}, VS Hazare {10}, SM Gavaskar {10} and R Dravid {10} are the other four Indian batsmen who have scored ten or more double centuries in first class games.

No 200s Batsmen Seasona
1 13 CA Pujara 2008/09-2019/20
2 11 VM Merchant 1941/42-1946
3 10 VS Hazare 1939/40-1957/58
4 10 SM Gavaskar 1970/71-1983/84
5 10 RS Dravid 1992/93-2009/10