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Rahul, Karn added to Board President's XI squad
While Rahul was dropped from the squad for the upcoming ODI series, Karn has been rewarded for an impressive show in the A series

Vihari, Bhui tons give Andhra control
Mumbai eke out lead courtesy Jay Bista's century; Tamil Nadu's push for victory halted by bad light in Chennai

Dinda, Shami leave Chhattisgarh in tatters
Vidarbha secure full points against Punjab; Pankaj Jaiswal smashes second-fastest recorded fifty in Ranji history, and Goa fight for survival

Karnataka, Delhi eye bonus-point wins
K Gowtham now has seven wickets in the match in addition to a maiden first-class ton; no play in Hyderabad for a seventh successive day this season

Jadejas hand J&K massive innings defeat
A round-up of the Group B Ranji Trophy matches on October 16, 2017

Jadeja's double-century propels Saurashtra
Gujarat secured their first-innings lead against Kerala while Tajinder Singh's maiden first-class century shored up Rajasthan

Satish, Ramaswamy hundreds punish Punjab
Shami and Dinda shared four wickets for Bengal to rattle Chhattisgarh while Himachal Pradesh claimed the first-innings advantage against Goa

Manan, Gowtham sparkle with all-round displays
Karnataka established massive first-innings lead over Assam while wet weather washed out the second day's play, too, in Hyderabad

Washington Sundar's 156* underpins TN's dominance
Naman Ojha completed his 21st first-class ton to lead MP to 409 while Andhra's batsmen mounted a strong response to Baroda's 373

Thakur, Karn wrap up India A's 3-0 series win
After India A were pinned down to 90 for 6 in a chase of 174, the two bowlers added 43 to deny New Zealand A

Naman Ojha's 99* rescues Madhya Pradesh
Group C round-up: Smit Patel and Yashpal Singh narrowly miss out on hundreds; Baroda fall, rise and fall again

Jackson 181, Jadeja 150* power Saurashtra
Group B round-up: Piyush Chawla's five-for helps defending champions Gujarat skittle Kerala for 208; Rajasthan steady against Jharkhand

Yuvraj makes 20 as Punjab skittled for 161
Group D round-up: Bengal openers lay strong platform against Chhattisgarh while Himachal control proceedings over Goa

Gowtham four-for leads Karnataka's strong start
Group A round-up: Nitish Rana helps Delhi rally after top order wobble; rain abandons play without a ball bowled in Hyderabad

Thakur, Karthik back in India squad for New Zealand ODIs
While KL Rahul was left out after not playing a single ODI against Australia, Shikhar Dhawan returned after he had sought leave to be with his ill wife

Tare withdrawal leaves Mumbai thin before season-opener
A depleted Mumbai squad will be led by Suryakumar Yadav, with key players either away on A-team duty or injured

Hyderabad T20I called off, India-Australia series tied
Over two weeks of heavy rain in the city meant that the deciding T20I between the two teams was abandoned without even a toss

Nadeem, Kaul pip Worker ton to clinch A series
Fifties from three India A batsmen and impressive returns from Shahbaz Nadeem and Siddarth Kaul helped the hosts claim the five-match series with one match yet to be played

Middle-order issues for both teams ahead of big decider
David Warner returns to his IPL home with a chance to win a trophy as Australia's stand-in captain

'No point playing IPL if not playing for India' - Nehra
The India fast bowler, who is set to play his last international on November 1, said he is happy to call time on his career when people are asking 'why and not why not'

Karn takes five-for as NZ A implode in defeat
New Zealand A lost six wickets for nine runs to be bowled out for 143 and despite a top-order stutter, India A had little trouble chasing down the target

Nehra to retire from all forms of cricket
The 38-year-old pace bowler will end an 18-year international career with a T20I against New Zealand in Delhi on November 1

Iyer 90, Phillips 140* headline thrilling tie
Shreyas Iyer and Ankit Bawne helped India A recover from a precarious position in their chase of 270 but their efforts eventually fell short

Behrendorff helps Australia end losing streak against India
Like governments, Jason Behrendroff lured India with freebies up front before taxing them with four top-order wickets, a spell of play India never recovered from

Assam used delaying tactics in final hour -Delhi coach
Assam coach Lalchand Rajput blames Delhi's second-innings over-rate for missing opportunity to secure an outright win in fading light

The Australian influence in Kuldeep's career
Ahead of the second T20I against Australia, Kuldeep Yadav acknowledged the role Australian wristspinners Shane Warne and Brad Hogg had in shaping his young career

Goa hold on to avoid innings defeat, HP-Punjab play out draw
Shadab Jakati and Amit Yadav helped Goa cling on, while Himachal were thwarted by Punjab debutant Abhishek Gupta's double-hundred

Tamil Nadu survive Andhra scare; Yusuf's twin tons not enough for Baroda
Andhra fell 20 short in their chase of 218 after B Aparajith's ton and fifties from Abhinav Mukund and M Vijay set up a declaration for Tamil Nadu

Delhi fall short of outright win amid slow last hour
The match between Hyderabad and Maharashtra was abandoned without a ball bowled

Australia scrambling to keep series alive
The new Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati will host its first international match, with India up 1-0 in the three-match T20I series

R Ashwin 'not desperate' for quick limited-overs return
The offspinner, who was left out of the India squad for the limited-overs matches against Sri Lanka and Australia, said he hasn't done much wrong to remain on the sidelines

Punjab's debutant pair keep Himachal at bay
Abhishek Gupta and Abhishek Sharma added an unbroken 210 runs for the seventh wicket, with Gupta getting a century on first-class debut

Railways defend small target as UP crumble for 72
Arindam Ghosh's half-century helped Railways set a target of 94, following which Anureet Singh and Avinash Yadav ran through the Uttar Pradesh batting order

Baroda follow on despite mammoth Pathan partnership
Abhinav Mukund led Tamil Nadu's fightback in Chennai, after Andhra took a 133-run first-innings lead courtesy a century from B Sumanth

Rain forces rescheduling of unofficial ODIs
The second and third 50-over matches between India A and New Zealand A will now be held on October 10 and 11 in Visakhapatnam

Saurashtra overpower Haryana in three-day finish
A round-up of the Ranji Trophy Group B matches played on October 8, 2017

Kuldeep, Bumrah sparkle as India go 1-0 up
Australia's batsmen struggled on a slow and low surface at the JSCA International Stadium and conceded a rain-hit first T20I by nine wickets

Ashwin among wickets but Andhra wrest lead
A round-up of the second day of Ranji Trophy games from Group C

Gambhir, Rana hundreds steer Delhi into lead
In Lucknow, Akshdeep Nath's 75 and incisive new-ball spells from Praveen Kumar and Ankit Rajpoot helped Uttar Pradesh get on top of Railways

Saurashtra take 16 wickets, Haryana face prospect of innings defeat
Jaydev Unadkat, Shaurya Sanandia and Kushang Patel dismissed Haryana cheaply in their first-innings in Lahli and the hosts need another 78 runs to make Saurashtra bat again

Chopra triple-ton helps Himachal amass 729


Ashwin, Vijay out cheaply as TN fold for 176
A round-up of the first day of Ranji Trophy games from Group C

Ishant three-for troubles Assam on opening day
A round-up of the Ranji Trophy Group A matches played on October 6, 2017

Chopra's 271* helps Himachal soar to 459
Prashant Chopra's 271 was the second-highest aggregate of runs scored by a batsman in a single day in the Ranji Trophy, and also equalled the highest individual score for Himachal Pradesh

Haryana seamers limit Saurashtra, Pujara scores 35
A round-up of the Group B matches from the opening day of the Ranji Trophy season

Focus more on improvement, not results' - Bumrah
The 23-year old has made strong strides towards becoming a rounded bowler and has lately proven to be proficient at picking wickets with length deliveries

Steven Smith's injury adds more pressure on Australia
After a poor ODI series with the bat, can Australia change the narrative in a format that gives the batsmen licence to attack non-stop?

Ankle sprain causes injury scare for Vijay
The latest news and updates from the Ranji Trophy circuit

A Ranji Trophy with international flavour and increased pressure
R Ashwin, M Vijay, and Cheteshwar Pujara will be in action, but because of that teams may well push some fringe players into the sidelines

Ranji Trophy transfers - Who moved where ahead of the 2017-18 season
High-profile players moving to new teams include Robin Uthappa, Karn Sharma, Piyush Chawla and Ambati Rayudu

Shubman Gill ruled out of New Zealand A one-dayers
The 18-year old has been advised rest due to a side strain picked up during a training camp ahead of the Ranji Trophy season

Karn bags another five-for as India A win by an innings
Henry Nicholls ended a lean series with an innings of 94, but there was little else for New Zealand A to feel pleased about as they lost their last nine wickets for 86 runs

England edge ahead of Australia to No. 1 in women's rankings
Australia women lose No. 1 ranking for the first time since the introduction of the combined ranking system in October 2015

India A tighten grip with massive lead
Henry Nicholls, Jeet Raval solid in second innings but New Zealand A face fight for survival on final day

Sri Lanka set for packed India tour
The visitors will play three Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is over 37 days in November and December

Shubman Gill gets India A call for NZ A one-dayers
The 18-year old batsman has been rewarded for his good returns with the India Under-19 team home and away against England Under-19

'Not converting words into action' - Smith
Australia captain says domestic one-day cup could throw up a few players who could give those on current tour serious competition

India pick Nehra, Karthik for Australia T20s; Dhawan back
Fast bowler Shardul Thakur and batsman Ajinkya Rahane are the ones to miss out from the squad for India's previous T20 international

Bowlers' attacking mindset the difference - Rohit
Being on the lookout for wickets even when Australia tried to dominate helped India's bowlers make significant contribution towards series win, says India vice-captain

Bawne ton extends India A domination
Iyer, Parthiv hit half-centuries as India A extend lead to 149 at stumps

Spinners, Bumrah give India their No. 1 ranking back
India took back their No. 1 ODI ranking by shacking Australia after yet another good start and then chasing down the possibly tricky 243 with apparent ease

Relaid pitch in focus ahead of series finale
Will the VCA Stadium produce a belter like it used to, or turn out slow and low as it has done in recent times?

'More than happy to play as Test bowler' - Umesh
Team management's decision to spread workload uniformly on the bowlers has helped, says India pacer

Ashwin, Jadeja, Pujara set to play Ranji opener
Jadeja and Pujara have been named in Saurashtra's squad for the first match, while Ashwin and opening batsman M Vijay have conveyed their availability for Tamil Nadu

Brilliant Washington fires India Red to title
Washington Sundar capped off a memorable match with career-best figures of 6 for 87 as India Red wrapped up a 163-run win over India Blue and lift the 2017-18 Duleep Trophy on the fourth day in Lucknow

Disciplined Australia halt Indian juggernaut
Australia failed to fully capitalise on a 231-run opening stand, but better fielding than India and excellent bowling from their quicks made sure India's ODI juggernaut was halted at nine wins in a row, still their longest streak

India Red in command after Sundar shines with bat and ball
Washington Sundar took five wickets and then scored a fighting unbeaten 42 to consolidate India Red's stronghold in the Duleep Trophy final

Parthiv joins India A squad as cover for Pant
With Rishabh Pant down with a fever, a BCCI official said that Parthiv's inclusion was a precautionary measure since the 15-man squad did not have another specialist wicketkeeper

BCCI general manager MV Sridhar resigns
Sridhar did not disclose that he operated a handful of clubs in Hyderabad, a conflict of interest with his post as BCCI general manager

India eye record winning streak against wilting Australia
While India will be gunning to accomplish a 10-game winning streak for the first time in their ODI history, a consolation victory for Australia would feel like an achievement for the visitors at this point

India A to play pink-ball match against New Zealand A
The four-day fixture in Vijayawada, however, will be played during the day, because there are no floodlights at the venue

Vijay Gohil, Washington Sundar put India Red in control
The India Red spinners claimed five wickets as the India Blue middle order crumbled on the second day of the final

Shaw, Karthik hundreds lead India Red charge
The 17-year-old Mumbai batsman and his captain added 211 at a run-rate of just over four on a dry, grippy first-day pitch in Lucknow

'Hardik has turned his career around' - Dravid
The India A coach, who worked with the allrounder during a tour of Australia last year, says Hardik Pandya is now capable of tailoring his game to different situations, and is on his way to becoming an 'all-weather player'

Karn, Shahbaz finish with 8-fors as NZ A suffer innings defeat
The two India spinners shared 16 wickets in the match to wrap the game up inside the first session of play on the third day

Punjab Cricket Association elects new president amid nepotism claims
Punjab Cricket Players' Association secretary alleges relatives of former office-bearers handed out memberships to the PCA, to put matter to the BCCI's Committee of Administrators

Dhawan not named in India's squad for last two ODIs
Axar Patel regained his spot in the ODI squad after recovering from a sprained ankle

Iyer ton, Pant fifty wrest control for India A
Despite Ish Sodhi's five-for, New Zealand conceded a first-innings lead of 173, and will go into the third day trailing India A by 109 runs with eight wickets in hand

Pandya leads India to series win and No. 1 ranking
Aaron Finch's 124 ended in vain as Australia lost 5 for 77 in their last 14 overs and eventually the match by five wickets

Rahane working on mindset after chat with Tendulkar
Ajinkya Rahane believes mental preparation is the key in a team that rates versatility

New Zealand A batsmen fail first spin trial
Karn Sharma and Shahbaz Nadeem took four wickets each to bowl New Zealand A out for 147 on the first day in Vijayawada

Australia look to resolve batting woes to save series
The bowling attacks of both teams have done well in the series so far but the difference has been Australia's failure to execute with the bat

Ishant named Delhi Ranji captain
The 29-year old India pacer will replace Gautam Gambhir as Delhi's captain for the tournament. Rishabh Pant, however, will continue to be captain for limited-overs tournaments

India Green ousted after rain-hit clash in Kanpur
Rain washed out play for the third day in a row in Kanpur as the Duleep Trophy match between India Blue and India Green ended in a draw

Test and ODI league structures could hinge on India-Pakistan ties
The India-Pakistan impasse is potentially holding hostage cricket's attempts to devise a new international calendar, as the PCB has made it clear it will not sign up without clarity on bilateral matches with India

Top BCCI office bearers receive stern warning from court
"Serious consequences" if the board does not cooperate regarding Lodha recommendations. Also, the office bearers told to individually list "suggestions" on the new constitution drafted by CoA

The Pandya incident - caught and run-out, but not out
Hardik Pandya thought he was caught, the Australians thought he was definitely run-out, but it turned out that neither of those dismissals applied to the delivery

Kuldeep bags hat-trick as India defend 252
Virat Kohli's 92, Bhuvneshwar Kumar's new-ball swing and Yuzvendra Chahal's middle-overs strikes were other highlights as India went 2-0 up in the ODI series

Gowtham dropped from India A for 'insulting' Duleep Trophy
Gowtham, who bagged a five-wicket haul in the tournament opener, has been replaced by Karn Sharma, the Vidarbha legspinner, in the 15-man squad for the two four-day fixtures against New Zealand A

MS Dhoni nominated for Padma Bhushan
He could become the 11th cricketer to win India's third-highest civilian award

Warner puts pressure on himself against me - Kuldeep
The India left-arm wristspinner says he bowls to the explosive Australia opener confident of being able to dismiss him

Australia hope to bounce back on grassy pitch
Australia have lost each of their last nine completed ODIs on the road, and will hope they can turn their form around on an Eden Gardens surface that has aided seam rather than spin in recent months

Rasool's five gives India Green upper hand
The offspinner combined with left-arm quick Aniket Choudhary to skittle India Blue for 177 in two sessions on the first day in Kanpur

DDCA rejects amendment abolishing proxy voting
The Delhi and Districts Cricket Association also rejected proposed amendments related to the Lodha Committee recommendations

BCCI to challenge Kerala High Court order on Sreesanth ban
In August, the High Court had ordered the BCCI to lift the life ban on the fast bowler, stating the board had no "incriminating evidence"

Eden Gardens' preparation for second ODI hit by rain
Questions remain over pitch preparation as the ground remains covered

CoA asks states to pass resolution for obtaining funds
The draft resolution was sent to the state associations, including the Associate BCCI member units, on Sunday, and requires them to affirm that they will implement the Lodha Committee recommendations

South Africa-India New Year's Test likely from January 5
Cricket South Africa and the BCCI are on the verge of finalising the details of the tour in the coming days

Pandya's all-round heroics down Australia
Hardik Pandya single-handedly won India the first ODI of the series, setting up his 2 for 28 by rescuing the hosts from 87 for 5

Hooda hundred earns India Blue three points
Karn Sharma took his second five-for in as many matches for India Red, who are now through to the final








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