Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Shubman Gill's 199 not out puts Punjab in driver's seat against Tamil Nadu; Kerala stare at big win over Delhi
Young Shubman Gill hit a superb unbeaten 199 (234 balls, 21X4, 4X6) Saturday to power Punjab to 308 for 2 in reply to Tamil Nadu's first innings score of 215 on the second day of the Ranji Trophy Elite Group 'B' match in Mohali.
Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Mumbai's Shreyas Iyer, Siddhesh Lad make merry against Baroda; Manpreet Gony's five-for sinks Tamil Nadu
Shreyas Iyer slammed 11 sixes and 17 fours in a blistering knock of 178 and put on a double century stand with skipper Siddhesh Lad, who made a responsible 130, to power Mumbai to an imposing score of 439 for 8 against Baroda in Mumbai on Friday.
Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Gautam Gambhir's unbeaten 92 takes Delhi to 190/1 against AP; TN take control against Kerala
Batting in his last competitive match, Gautam Gambhir struck unbeaten 92 guiding Delhi to 190 for one on Day 2 of Ranji Trophy match, in reply to Andhra Pradesh's first-innings score of 390.
India vs Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara’s calm and steady approach makes him an immensely valuable outlier for the team
Pujara has shown time and again, the only intent that matters in Test cricket is the intent to occupy the crease.
Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Ricky Bhui's hundred helps Andhra Pradesh post 266 against Delhi; Paras Dogra slams double ton for Puducherry
Opener Swapnil Gugale hit a century as Maharashtra powered their way to 298 for 3 against Mumbai on the opening day of their elite Ranji Trophy Group A game Thursday.
India A vs New Zealand A: Teams share series honours after incessant rain washes out Day 4 of third unofficial Test
The third unofficial Test between India A and New Zealand A ended in a draw after the fourth and final day of the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain in Whangarei.
Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Punjab inch closer towards win after Delhi collapse; Mumbai eye first innings lead against Gujarat
Delhi suffered another batting collapse to brighten Punjab's prospects of recording an outright victory on Thursday, while the Mumbai bowlers raised the team's chances of taking the crucial first-innings lead as they reduced Gujarat to 232/8.
India A vs New Zealand A: Ravikumar Samarth scores unbeaten fifty as rain-affected 2nd unofficial Test ends in draw
Young Karnataka batsman Ravikumar Samarth's unbeaten half-century was the only highlight for India A in their rain-affected second 'unofficial Test' against New Zealand A, which ended in a draw.
India A vs New Zealand A: Hamish Rutherford's ton helps hosts post strong response after visitors declare on 467/8
Parthiv Patel top-scored with 94 before India A declared at 467 for eight, but their bowlers struggled in the face of New Zealand's strong response in the unofficial first Test at Mount Maunganui on Saturday.
Ranji Trophy 2018: Shreyas Iyer named Mumbai skipper for opening clash against Railways; Prithvi Shaw doubtful
Shreyas Iyer has been named as the skipper of the Mumbai Ranji team that will take on Railways in New Delhi from 1 November.
Ankit Bawne, spinners guide India A to series-levelling six-wicket win over Australia A in second unofficial Test
Ankit Bawne's 18-ball-28 ensured a thrilling six-wicket victory for India A against Australia A in the second 'Test' after Krishnappa Gowtham and Kuldeep Yadav set-up with fine bowling performances.
Srikar Bharat slams century, puts India A in driver's seat in 2nd unofficial Test against Australia A
Srikar Bharat hit a splendid ton and his century stand with Kuldeep Yadav put India A in command over Australia A in the second unofficial Test at Alur on Monday.
Mitchell Marsh steers Australia A to safety after mini collapse on Day 1 of 2nd unofficial Test against India A
Skipper Mitchell Marsh batted responsibly for his unbeaten 86 as Australia A scored 290 for six on the opening day of the second unofficial 'Test' match in Bengaluru.
Australia pacer Peter Siddle signs fresh two-year deal with Essex after fruitful run at County Championship
Australia bowler Peter Siddle signed a two-year deal at Essex on Friday following his successful spells at English county this season.
Duleep Trophy: Anmolpreet Singh, Ricky Bhui steer India Blue to safety against India Red on Day 1 of final
Young Punjab batsman Anmolpreet Singh missed out on a well-deserved century by four runs even as it helped India Blue recover from 107 for 4 to 260 for 5 against India Red on the opening day of the Duleep Trophy final Tuesday at NPR College ground in Tamil Nadu's Dindigul.
Duleep Trophy: Rain spoils Aditya Sarwate's five-for as India Blue advance to final after holding India Green to draw
India Blue booked a spot in the Duleep Trophy final after the final league game against India Green ended in a draw at the NPR College ground in Dindigul on Saturday.
India vs England: Mind games in Test cricket overpower Rishabh Pant’s natural attacking instincts in 29-ball duck
Full credit to England bowlers who kept dangling the carrot outside Pant’s off-stump. Bowling around the wicket, Ben Stokes and James Anderson kept swinging the ball away from him on a constant basis.
Ahead of four-day game against India A, Australia A pacer Michael Neser says he's ready for challenge of bowling in Indian conditions
Australia A pacer Michael Neser on Friday said bowling fast in Indian conditions is a challenge he is ready to take up.
Duleep Trophy: Saurabh Kumar's five-for helps India Green secure 83-run lead over India Blue on rain-truncated Day 3
Uttar Pradesh left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar's five-wicket haul helped India Blue secure a vital 83-run lead against India Green on a truncated third day of the final Duleep Trophy league match at Dindigul on Friday, virtually sealing a spot in the final.
Duleep Trophy: Dhruv Shorey falls short of ton as India Blue gain control of proceedings on Day 2 against India Green
India Blue (340) held an advantage over India Green (151 for 4) at the end of day two in the final league match of the Duleep Trophy at the NPR College ground at Dindigul on Thursday.