Mar 9, 2002: If a team had to win the Ranji Trophy title for the first time, they would no doubt choose to do it by a comprehensive margin on home turf, in front of their staunchest supporters, and against a team that rudely deprived them of the title the year
Mar 8, 2002: With each addition to the runs column of the scoreboard, with each walk back to his mark by a Baroda bowler, with each passing minute, Baroda's players must have been aware that, on the third day of their Ranji Trophy final against Railways, the
Mar 7, 2002: Sleepless nights are an integral part of a Ranji Trophy final, and Railways must have had one after their dismal batting performance on the first day at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi
Mar 6, 2002: Wednesday at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi proved why Indian cricket might be sinking further into the mire
Feb 17, 2002: Railways batsmen rubbed liberal amounts of salt into Bengal's wounds on the final day of the Ranji Trophy semi-final at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi
Feb 16, 2002: Bowling Bengal out for 325 and having only one day left to play, Railways have booked their berth in the Ranji Trophy final against Baroda
Feb 15, 2002: At the end of the third day of the Railways - Bengal Ranji semi-final, the home side looked almost certain to take on Baroda in the Ranji final, having Bengal on the rocks at 166/5 at the close of play.
Feb 15, 2002: A fiery spell from India left-arm pacer Zaheer Khan secured defending champions Baroda a 136-run win over Punjab as also a place in the Ranji Trophy final
Feb 15, 2002: The batting performances from Punjab and Baroda on the second day of their Ranji Trophy semi-final have made it highly unlikely that their tie lasts the entire five days
Feb 14, 2002: There are two ways to put up a massive total
Feb 14, 2002: Karnataka pulled off a three-wicket win against Delhi in the finals of the HSBC National Cricket Tournament for the Blind at the SPIC-YMCA ground in Chennai
Feb 14, 2002: On a slushy day, with a wet out-field delaying the start of play until 2 p.m., Railways made the most of their limited batting time to reach a comfortable 129/1 at the end of the day.
Feb 13, 2002: Baroda may be Ranji Trophy champions in the running for their second successive title
Feb 10, 2002: The fifth days play of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final between Railways and Tamil Nadu held no great surprises, with Railways winning by eight wickets at the Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi, thereby qualifying for the semi-final.
Feb 9, 2002: For almost the entire fifth day at Eden Gardens, Bengal and and Gujarat may as well have been batting on completely different pitches, each the polar opposite of the other
Feb 9, 2002: Considering that Orissa had already conceded a slender two-run first-innings lead to Punjab, the final day's play in the Ranji Trophy quarter-final at Mohali was merely academic, an exercise to determine a result rather than chalk in the name of the
Feb 9, 2002: It was almost a tragic century from Sridharan Sriram on the fourth day of Tamil Nadu's Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Railways on Friday at Delhi.
Feb 9, 2002: Building further on a first-innings lead of 32 runs, Bengal's batsmen took their side to a position of considerable strength at the end of the fourth day's play in their Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Gujarat at the Eden Gardens.
Feb 8, 2002: Baroda off-spinner Ajit Bhoite claimed the last two Hyderabad wickets as the Ranji Trophy champions seal an innings and 256 runs win and a place in Ranji quarter-finals
Feb 8, 2002: Heavy rain at the Punjab C.A