TN v Rajasthan, Ranji Trophy final, Chepauk, 2nd day January 20, 2012

Double-centurions in Ranji Trophy finals

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Top individual scores in the Ranji Trophy finals

Double-hundreds in the Ranji Trophy final *
Batsman Score Team Opposition Year
Gul Mohammad 319 Baroda Holkar 1946-47
Vijay Hazare 288 Baroda Holkar 1946-47
Vijay Merchant 278 Mumbai Holkar 1944-45
Ashok Mankad 265 Mumbai Delhi 1980-81
Denis Compton 249 Holkar Mumbai 1944-45
Gundappa Viswanath 247 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh 1977-78
Ajit Wadekar 235 Mumbai Rajasthan 1961-62
Chandu Sarwate 234 Holkar Gujarat 1950-51
Sanjay Manjrekar 224 Mumbai Punjab 1994-95
Wazir Ali 222* Southern Punjab Bengal 1938-39
KC Ibrahim 219 Mumbai Baroda 1948-49
BB Nimbalkar 219 Holkar Bengal 1952-53
Bapu Nadkarni 219 Mumbai Rajasthan 1962-63
Phiroze Palia 216 Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra 1939-40
Rahul Dravid 215 Karnataka Uttar Pradesh 1997-98
Hanumant Singh 213 Rajasthan Mumbai 1966-67
V Mohan Raj 211* Hyderabad Delhi 1986-87
Vineet Saxena 207* Rajasthan Tamil Nadu 2011-12
Sunil Gavaskar 206* Mumbai Delhi 1983-84
Vijay Hazare 203 Baroda Services 1957-58
CK Nayudu 200 Holkar Baroda 1945-46

* Stats updated till the end of the second day's play of the 2011-12 Ranji Trophy final

Stats contributed by Sudhir Vaidya

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  • dummy4fb on January 23, 2012, 12:10 GMT

    shameless double on dead pith with strike rate of 38.64

  • dravid_rules on January 20, 2012, 15:38 GMT

    Ranji scorecards and most (if not all) first class scorecards and more are available in the "Archive" section of cricinfo. Click on the "Archive" tab at the top of the page and go from there.

  • dummy4fb on January 20, 2012, 15:28 GMT

    What kind of pitch is it? Is it the best BCCI could do for nationals premier by boredom...

  • dummy4fb on January 20, 2012, 14:27 GMT

    These type of matches / pitches (the ongoing final at Chennai) are sure enough to kill whatever little interest left over in domestic tournaments like Ranji trophy. The curator of the pitch has lot to answer to TNCA and BCCI.

  • dummy4fb on January 20, 2012, 13:53 GMT

    Are Ranji scorecards accessible anywhere? Thanks!

  • dummy4fb on January 20, 2012, 13:48 GMT

    Vineet Saxena is from Rajasthan and not from Chennai... Please correct it

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