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Ranji Trophy, 2005-06

Kumble returns to state side after six years

Anil Kumble, India's leading Test wicket-taker, is looking to prove his fitness and form even as Railways look to begin their title defence on a winning note against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy season opener beginning in New Delhi on November 22

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Railways v Hyderabad, Semi-final, 3rd day

Pagnis steers Railways into Ranji Trophy final

Amit Pagnis almost single-handedly steered Railways to the target of 157 and took them to the final of the Ranji Trophy

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Railways v Hyderabad, Semi-final, 2nd day

Manohar battles in low-scoring thriller

Daniel Manohar's fighting 63 kept Hyderabad afloat in a low-scoring tussle at the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi

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Central Zone v Bangladesh, Duleep Trophy, Delhi, 4th day

Bangladesh hang on for a draw

Bangladesh Cricket Board XI hung on for a draw and avoided a massive defeat on the final day of the Duleep Trophy encounter in Delhi

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Central Zone v Bangladesh, Duleep Trophy 2004-05, 3rd day

Bangar puts Central in impregnable position

Central Zone batted Bangladesh Cricket Board XI out of the contest on the third day of the Duleep Trophy match in Delhi

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Central Zone v Bangladesh, Duleep Trophy 2004-05, 1st day

Central Zone fight back to take charge on the 2nd day

The Bangladesh Cricket Board XI failed to capitalise with the bat after dismissing Central Zone for 351 in the first innings on the second day of the Duleep Trophy

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Central Zone v Bangladesh, Duleep Trophy 2004-05, 1st day

Abbas Ali and Bundela put Central in control

Syed Abbas Ali, brought up his 12th first-class hundred to take Central Zone to a comfortable position at 248 for 3 on the first day of the Duleep Trophy game against Bangladesh Board XI at Karnail Singh Stadium, in Delhi

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Railways secure Irani Trophy with five-wicket win

An unbeaten 87 from the reliable Yere Goud and handy contributions from the rest of the batting order helped Railways secure the Irani Trophy with a five-wicket win over Rest of India at the Karnail Singh Stadium on Saturday