Cricket News sort by Ranji Trophy 2011-12

India discard Wicket Keeper Dinesh Karthik smashed 156 in 256 balls with 20 fours and a six as Tamil Nadu piled up 486 on the second day's play of their Ranji Elite Match against Madhya Pradesh at Chennai.

Orissa are staring at a follow-on after slipping down to 76 for 6 in reply to hosts Rajasthan's total of 423. Medium pacer Sumit Mathur picked up three wickets conceding just 8 runs in 5 overs while tall pace bowler Pankaj Singh did the early damage with two wickets.

Wasim Jaffer created hitory at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai after becoming the highest run scorer in Ranji Trophy going past the previous record held by Amol Muzumdar.

India discard Mohammad Kaif scored an unbeaten century as Uttar Pradesh find themselves 38 more runs away from reaching Karnataka's first innings total of 314 at the Jawaharlal Nehru National College of Engineering Ground in Shimoga.

Haryana are all set to leave Gujarat with a target in their Ranji Elite B Match at the Lalabhai Contractor Stadium in Surat. The visitors are well placed at 61 for 0 having conceded a tiny first innings lead of 21 runs.

Bengal finished Day 2 of their Ranji Elite Match against Baroda at the Moti Bagh Stadium at 264 for 4 in 87 overs. The visitors are just 21 runs away from going past Baroda's first innings total.

Hosts Baroda were restricted to 284 for 9 in 88 overs on the first day's play in their Ranji Elite match against Bengal at the Moti Bagh Stadium in Vadodara. Ashok Dinda who is highly likely to join the Indian team in Australia as cover for Ishat Sharma was the chief destroyer for Bengal taking 5 for 96 in 24 overs.

Haryana are on the mat in their Group B Ranji Elite match against Gujarat after being bundled out for a paltry 207 in 74.2 overs on Day 1. At the Lalabhai Contractor Stadium in Surat, Haryana seemed to have fought back...

Stuart Binny, son of former India cricketer Roger Binny played a crucial knock of 86* (from 109 balls with 9 '4s' and 2 '6s') to rescue Karnataka from a precarious position of 171 for 6 to a respectable 300 for 7 at stumps on Day 1 against UP at Shimoga.