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Match referees from Rajasthan pay RCA’s price

RCA didn’t send any names so they will be not allowed to officiate in the upcoming season: BCCI official.


Jayant looks to make most of Daredevils stint

Jayant Yadav says he wasn’t very optimistic about his chances.

Gopal hattrick sets up Irani triumph for Karnataka

Gopal picked up three wickets in three balls in the 58th over to bring down curtains to ROI’s dismal batting performance in the second innings.


Selectors believe Yuvraj Singh has what it takes to be at his best again

There wouldn’t be a person in India who wouldn’t want to see Yuvraj Singh at his best again, writes Harsha Bhogle.

Harbhajan, Gambhir eye Irani opening

The fight for the second spinner’s slot will be between Amit Mishra and Parveez Rasool.

Want to prove myself in Irani Trophy: Jiwanjot

Jiwanjot Singh has secured a berth in the Rest of India squad for the Irani Trophy starting next week in Bengalore.


We do not have proper cricketing infrastructure in J&K: Rasool

Rasool urged the state government to atleast construct an indoor academy in Srinagar which will help the players get quality training during winter season.

Rest of India foothold for Gambhir, Harbhajan

Harbhajan Singh finished with 23 wickets at an average of 23.13 this Ranji season.

R Vinay Kumar

Ranji Trophy: Karnataka outclass Maharashtra to lift 7th title

Chasing a modest victory target of 157, Karnataka batsmen reached the destination with ease.

Harbhajan Singh

Faith, in ink and blood

Harbhajan Singh still believes he has what it takes to set the gold standard once more.

Kedar Jadhav

Ranji Trophy: Kedar Jadhav hits ton but Karnataka stay on course for title

R Vinay Kumar was the most successful Karnataka bowler grabbing four for 84 .

Lokesh Rahul

Ranji Trophy: Day of the other Rahul

Lokesh’s 131 helps side end Day Three 169 runs ahead of Maharashtra’s first innings score with 3 wkts in hand.


Ranji Trophy: Karnataka extend lead, tighten grip on final

Karnataka were successful in their plan to bat Maharashtra out of the contest, as they finished the day at 474/7.