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Ranji Trophy 2011-12: Super League

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It is Ranji trophy not IPL...Anyways he can be a great mentor to upcoming talent by being a part of the scheme of things...Always thought he had the best eye for talent
he is practicing for ipl he said in a interview that he wants to play for 4 to 5 years in ipl :wall:

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Well If I am not much wrong Bengal requested him to play long back, He said No. Now he is returning to play for them for IPL surely, And about Youngsters, yeah we have Plenty of Talunted Youngsters waiting in the wings to win Bengal a Ranji Trophy.

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Well If I am not much wrong Bengal requested him to play long back' date=' He said No. Now he is returning to play for them for IPL surely, And about Youngsters, yeah we have Plenty of Talunted Youngsters waiting in the wings to win Bengal a Ranji Trophy.[/quote'] MUFC nice to see you :yay:

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When Martin Crowe makes a comeback at 50 there is no problem and we hail him but when Ganguly wants to play FC it is a problem??? In England,Aus,SA players play FC till their Mid-40's...what is the problem if Ganguly does it....It's not like he is taking a international spot or stealing some young upcoming guy's thunder in the IPL...once again it is just Ranji and playing with a legend will only help upcoming talent
I'd complain about Martin Crowe too, if New Zealand had a population of a billion.:rolleyes:

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He is the first name down on the team sheet when it comes to Indian test seamers.
Man , u r a big fan of Sreesanth , if he was half as dedicated as u r, committed, I am afraid he will be a Kambli in the history of Indian cricket, rather vouch for Parmeswarm , seeing Varun , Umesh , Tyagi ,he won't be getting too many chances, FITNESS, COMMITMENT, MATURITY, CONSISTENCY, too many things r wrong , this coming from someone who would even choose him before Zaheer if he bowls at his best , that happens 5 % times.

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Tiwary to lead Jharkhand in Ranji Trophy JAMSHEDPUR: Young left-handed batsman Saurabh Tiwary will lead a 15-member Jharkhand team in the league stages of the Ranji Trophy tournament to begin next month. Jharkhand will take on Hyderabad in the four-day away match at Hyderabad from November 3, Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) secretary Rajesh Verma said on Thursday. Jharkhand recently failed to qualify for the next round of Syed Mustaq Ali domestic Twenty20 tournament after it had to split points in its two league matches due to unplayable ground conditions. Jharkhand had secured eight points with one win against Orissa. Team: Saurabh Tiwary (Capt.), Rameez Nemat, Aakash Verma, Ishank Jaggi, Shahbaz Nadeem, Keshav Kumar, Aamir Hashmi, S P Gautam, S S Rao, Manish Vardhan, Kuldeep Sharma, Yajuvendra Krishanatry, Rahul Mishra, Rahul Shukla, Aasif Fahad. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/domestic-cricket/Tiwary-to-lead-Jharkhand-in-Ranji-Trophy/articleshow/10510267.cms _________________________________________________________________________ Rahul Shukla, the one to watch out this season for me.:two_thumbs_up:

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This year I will be closely watching, Rahul Shukla, Shami Ahmed, P Parmeswaram , Tyagi , VRV, Aaron, Umesh,Irfan,Manish Pandey, I Jaggi, U Kaul,Dhawan, Mandeep Singh,Pujara,Anwar Ahmed, F Bhaja, Gony, Iqbal Abdullah, Rahul Sharma, Pawan Suyal, Abu Nechim,Chawla,Rohit Sharma,F Doodhat, M Vohra, exciting times, hope we see some positive cricket , good coverage, good wickets, some changes to domestic cricket in the future.

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Chipli, Appanna back in favour for Karnataka Ranji team More... Chipli, Appanna back in favour Bangalore, October 28, DHNS: Middle-order batsman Bharath Chipli and left-arm spinner KP Appanna return to the Karnataka Ranji Trophy squad which has three new faces. The 16-member side, announced here on Friday for the first two matches against Rajasthan (in Udaipur from Nov 3) and Railways (in Delhi from Nov 10), will be led by pace spearhead R Vinay Kumar while Ganesh Satish will be his deputy. The three new players to get the nod from the J Abhiram-led State Senior selection committee are off-spinner K Gowtham, left-arm spinner SK Moinuddin and right-arm paceman SL Akshay. Chipli, who last played a first-class match for the State in 2008 against Tamil Nadu, has been picked ahead of some of the other promising youngsters. Ã…*ooking at his performances in the last one year, we thought Chipli deserved another chance but other youngsters are very much in contention, said committee chairman Abhiram. Appanna too makes a comeback after a gap of two years. The 22-year-oldÃÔ last appearance was in 2009 against Saurashtra at Rajkot. With veteran left-arm spinner Sunil Joshi out of the scheme of things, the Kodava lad will in likelihood be the lead spinner. The squad: R Vinay Kumar (capt), Robin Uthappa, KB Pawan, Manish Pandey, Ganesh Satish (vice-capt), Amit Verma, Stuart Binny, CM Gautam (wk), KP Appanna, Abhimanyu Mithun, S Arvind, Bharath Chipli, SK Moinuddin, Sunil Raju, SL Akshay, Gowtham K. Coach: K Jeshwanth; Assistant coach: Somashekar Shiraguppi; Manager: R Sudhakar Rao; Physio: Vinod Jain; Trainer: Shravan; Video analyst: Santhosh.

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The 16-member side, announced here on Friday for the first two matches against Rajasthan (in Udaipur from Nov 3) and Railways (in Delhi from Nov 10), will be led by pace spearhead R Vinay Kumar while Ganesh Satish will be his deputy.
pace spearhead R Vinay Kumar..:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

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Pinal Shah retained captain of Baroda Ranji team More... Pinal Shah retained captain of Baroda Ranji team Oct 18, 2011, VADODARA: Wicket-keeper batsman Pinal Shah has been retained the captain of the Baroda Ranji Trophy team that will play against Tamil Nadu in its opening match on November 3 in Chennai, Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) said on Tuesday. The BCA also announced the team for the first two matches for this season. The second match is against Madhya Pradesh, to be held here from November 10-13. The squad: Pinal Shah ©, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Ambati Rayudu, Bhargav Bhatt, Kedar Devdhar, Aditya Waghmode, Anupam Gupta, Rakesh Solanki, Murtuza Vohra, Sankal Vora, Sunit Singh, Firdous Bhaja, Swapnil Singh and Shatrunjay Gaekwad.

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Pinal Shah ©, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Ambati Rayudu, Bhargav Bhatt, Kedar Devdhar, Aditya Waghmode, Anupam Gupta, Rakesh Solanki, Murtuza Vohra, Sankal Vora, Sunit Singh, Firdous Bhaja, Swapnil Singh and Shatrunjay Gaekwad
Some players to be followed for the season..

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" Saurashtra has a very strong team now " : Debu Mitra More... Debu Mitra, the man who shaped one of IndiaÃÔ finest captain Sourav Ganguly, is all praise for allrounder Ravindra Jadeja Haresh Pandya Posted On Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 02:28:09 AM ëadejaÃÔ best is yet to comeü/B] In Rajkot: There is something about Ravindra Jadeja in his second coming. The youngster showed a degree of maturity especially in his batting that seems to have solved many of Team IndiaÃÔ woes, at least for now. He dazzled everyone with his man-of-the match effort against England at The Oval. At Hyderabad, he first forced the pace of the innings and then returned to give England the reality check with three wickets. At Mohali, the other day, he not only played the perfect supporting act to his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he also showed something that was perhaps missing in his earlier avatar maturity. His recent exploits surely impressed many including his Saurashtra Ranji team coach Debu Mitra. Genuine allrounder Talking about the southpaw, Mitra told Ahmedabad Mirror, Å©e is a genuine allrounder and can be an asset to any team. He is so talented that he looks like two-three players rolled into one. Of course, his best is yet to come. The former coach of Sourav Ganguly was convinced that the emergence of various talented players made his team a force to reckon with. ŵhe star presence of Cheteshwar Pujara and (Ravindra) Jadeja has made difference to the teamÃÔ fortune in recent years. What they have achieved at such a young age is quite inspirational for other aspiring young cricketers not just from Saurashtra. Old Warhorses Å°f course, Sitanshu Kotak continues to be a pillar of strength for Saurashtra. Jaydev Shah has been excellent both as a batsman and as captain. The team has won many laurels under his astute captaincy. The arrival of Siddharth Trivedi from Gujarat has only boosted our pace attack, he said. Å´aurashtra has long proved its mettle in the already strong West Zone, where Mumbai was the most dominant team for many years. The team has benefited considerably from the new format of the Ranji Trophy, he said. Squad: Jaydev Shah Aarpit Vasavada Bhushan Chauhan Nayan Doshi Sheldon Jackson Ravindra Jadeja Sagar Jogiyani Shitanshu Kotak Kamlesh Makvana Sandip Maniar Pratik Mehta Jayesh Odedra Chirag Pathak Siddharth Trivedi Jaydev Unadkat

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They need to get rid of the the quota candidate Jaydev Shah who is also their captain. How can anyone with a first class avg of 27 be the captain of a leading Ranji Team? Forget being the captain, he doesn't deserve a spot in the side.

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More... Debu Mitra, the man who shaped one of IndiaÃÔ finest captain Sourav Ganguly, is all praise for allrounder Ravindra Jadeja Haresh Pandya Posted On Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 02:28:09 AM ëadejaÃÔ best is yet to comeü/B] In Rajkot: There is something about Ravindra Jadeja in his second coming. The youngster showed a degree of maturity especially in his batting that seems to have solved many of Team IndiaÃÔ woes, at least for now. He dazzled everyone with his man-of-the match effort against England at The Oval. At Hyderabad, he first forced the pace of the innings and then returned to give England the reality check with three wickets. At Mohali, the other day, he not only played the perfect supporting act to his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he also showed something that was perhaps missing in his earlier avatar maturity. His recent exploits surely impressed many including his Saurashtra Ranji team coach Debu Mitra. Genuine allrounder Talking about the southpaw, Mitra told Ahmedabad Mirror, Å©e is a genuine allrounder and can be an asset to any team. He is so talented that he looks like two-three players rolled into one. Of course, his best is yet to come. The former coach of Sourav Ganguly was convinced that the emergence of various talented players made his team a force to reckon with. ŵhe star presence of Cheteshwar Pujara and (Ravindra) Jadeja has made difference to the teamÃÔ fortune in recent years. What they have achieved at such a young age is quite inspirational for other aspiring young cricketers not just from Saurashtra. Old Warhorses Å°f course, Sitanshu Kotak continues to be a pillar of strength for Saurashtra. Jaydev Shah has been excellent both as a batsman and as captain. The team has won many laurels under his astute captaincy. The arrival of Siddharth Trivedi from Gujarat has only boosted our pace attack, he said. Å´aurashtra has long proved its mettle in the already strong West Zone, where Mumbai was the most dominant team for many years. The team has benefited considerably from the new format of the Ranji Trophy, he said. Squad: Jaydev Shah Aarpit Vasavada Bhushan Chauhan Nayan Doshi Sheldon Jackson Ravindra Jadeja Sagar Jogiyani Shitanshu Kotak Kamlesh Makvana Sandip Maniar Pratik Mehta Jayesh Odedra Chirag Pathak Siddharth Trivedi Jaydev Unadkat
An Indian guy with a West Indian name.

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Gujarat has faisal dhudat (aka gujju malinga) and ishwar chawdhary..... pretty decent pace bowling duo. Let's see how they go. Assam doesn't have pritam das to partner abu nechim :nono: Basically most of the upcoming Indian pacers are going to be in action over the next few months. I'm also glad that bcci has initiated an award for the best all-rounder. Hopefully, that encourages a few genuine all-rounders to step up and perform (i don't want the award to go to a batter who can bowl a few off-breaks).

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Harbhajan Singh to lead Punjab in Ranji trophy More... Harbhajan Singh to lead Punjab in Ranji trophy PTI | Oct 31, 2011 CHANDIGARH: Ignored for India's first Test against West Indies at home, Harbhajan Singh was on Monday named as captain of the Punjab Ranji Trophy team which will take on Uttar Pradesh in their first encounter at Mohali starting from November 3. Harbhajan was dropped for the first Test which starts from November 6 and Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) secretary MP Pandove said the off-spinner will be available to play for Punjab in the Ranji tournament whenever he is not involved in any international assignment. The PCA Senior Selection Committee, convened by Pandove, met under the chairmanship of Chaman Lal Malhotra at the Mohali stadium on Monday and selected the squad for the first two matches after much deliberation among the members. Vikram Rathore, cricket manager of the Punjab team, informed the committee members about the knee injury sustained by medium pacer Luv Ablish during practice session on Sunday, which is likely to keep him out of action for about two weeks, a release said. The committee also decided to draft young medium pacer Sandeep Sharma, who was member of the India Under 19 team as a replacement of injured medium pace bowler Luv Ablish. The other members of the selection committee present were Ashok Khanna from Chandigarh, Arun Sharma, Amritsar, Pankaj Dharmani, Patiala, Harjinder Singh from Jalandhar along with Vikram Rathore, cricket manager of the Punjab team, a PCA release said. Punjab will play Orissa in their second match of the Ranji Trophy tournament at the PCA Stadium, Mohali from November 10-13. Team: Harbhajan Singh ©, Sarul Kanwar, Ravi Inder Singh, Karan Goel, Mandeep Singh, Mayank Sidana, Bipul Sharma, Gitansh Khera (WK), Manpreet Singh Gony, Sandeep Sharma, Navdeep Singh Barinder Singh, Amitoz Singh, Vishwas Bhalla and Rajwinder Singh Golu.

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Parthiv to lead Gujarat in Ranji ties against Bengal, Delhi More... Parthiv to lead Gujarat in Ranji ties against Bengal, Delhi PTI | Oct 31, 2011 AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) on Monday announced its Ranji Trophy team, which will be headed by Parthiv Patel, for the first two matches, to be played in November. Gujarat will begin the season with a match against Bengal in Kolkata, scheduled for November 3-6. Then will host Delhi in Valsad from November 10-13. Team: Parthiv Patel (capt), Niraj Patel, Bhavik Thakar, Priyank Panchal, Rajdeep Darbar (wk), Amit Singh, Ishwar Chaudhary, Rikin Chauhan, Salil Yadav, Rujul Bhatt, Sunny Patel, Prathmesh Parmar, Mehul Patel, Jayesh Makla, Faizal Dudhat. Coach Jayendra Sehgal.

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Balaji to lead TN in Ranji opener against Baroda More... Balaji to lead TN in Ranji opener against Baroda PTI | Oct 31, 2011 CHENNAI: Experienced pacer Laxmipathy Balaji will lead Tamil Nadu in their opening Ranji Trophy match against Baroda in absence of regular skipper S Badrinath, who is out with an injury. The four-day match against Baroda will start on November 3. Tamil Nadu team: Laxmipathy Balaji (captain), Abhinav Mukund, Murali Vijay, M Kaushik Gandhi, Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper), B Aparajith, K Shri Vasudeva Dass, R Prasanna, Vijay Shankar, V Yomahesh, Sunil Sam, J Kaushik, R Aushik Srinivas, Sunny Suresh Gupta.

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