Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara were not included in the Rest of India team that won the Irani Cup by defeating Mumbai.
Kedhar Jadhav struck a timely 78 to help Rest of India take a slender first innings lead against Karnataka.
Gopal picked up three wickets in three balls to bring down curtains to ROI’s dismal batting performance.
The 27-year-old Chidambaram Gautam notched up his ninth first-class century.
Binny stole the show with his 107-ball 115 not out as Karnataka reached a comfortable 390 for five.
Captain picks up six-wicket haul to restrict Rest of India to 201 on Day one of Irani Cup
One of the top scorers in the 2011/2012 season,Bist struggled with three injuries in the 2012/13 season
Until six months ago,Parthiv Patel was India’s second-choice wicketkeeper in limited-overs cricket
As debates about whether Sachin Tendulkars age has finally caught up with him continue to rage on,the national selectors are planning to include the 39-year-old in the Rest of India
Shikhar Dhawan became first batsman in history of Irani Trophy to score century in both innings.
Pacer Deepak Chahar,who made a sensational Ranji debut in 2010,shows signs of second-year blues at Irani game.
Dhawan,Rahane make centuries to take team to 400/3 on Day One of Irani Trophy.
The Parthiv Patel-led Rest of India start as firm favourites against a disjointed Rajasthan outfit as the two teams square up for the Irani Cup match at the Sawai Mansingh stadium starting from Saturday The start of India’s first-class season is pretty significant with as many as seven players who are likely to feature in […]
Southpaws form and fitness not up to the mark,says chief selector Krish Srikkanth
Most of the Rest of India (ROI) batsmen failed to make an impact in the first innings,but none would have been more disappointed than Manoj Tiwary….