Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Tuesday 28 May 2024 Dinesh Karthik scores 150 but cannot save Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Vs Rajasthan, Day 4, Final of Ranji Trophy 2011/12 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai Ranji Trophy : Gujarat's Manprit Juneja enters record books Manprit Juneja is quite an unheard name in the cricketing world. But this 21-year-old has made a mark in history by becoming only the fourth Indian to score a double century on first class debut - a record that even a Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar or Rahul Dravid do not possess! Bhatia, Tiwary shine in Bengal-Delhi drawn match The Bengal-Delhi Ranj match ended in a draw at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Bengal took three points after taking a slender first innings lead of 5 runs. UP-Mumbai contest ends in a draw The Uttar Pradesh-Mumbai Ranji Elite Group A match ended in a draw at the Dr.Akhilesh Das Stadium in Lucknow. Mumbai batting first after winning the toss, put up 414 in their first innings with Wicket Keeper Opener Sushant Marathe scoring 102. Sudhindra shines in MP-Haryana drawn match The Haryana-Madhya Pradesh Ranji Elite B match ended in a draw at the Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium in Rohtak today. Madhya Pradesh collected three points based on their first innings lead. Mukund, Juneja slam double centuries in TN-Gujarat Ranji The Gujarat-Tamil Nadu Ranji Elite Group B match ended in a high scoring draw at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad. This four-day game saw two double centuries - first from India Test hopeful Abhinav Mukund (220) for Tamil Nadu and the second one was from Manprit Juneja (201*). Sumit Mathur bowls Rajasthan to big win Defending Ranji Champions Rajasthan defeated Saurashtra by a big margin of 229 runs in their Group A Match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. Railways-Orissa match ends in a draw The Group A Ranji Elite match between Railways and Orissa at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi has just finished in a draw. Railways has got the better of the game with three points because of their first innings lead.