Best match figures for Maharashtra, and Rohan Prem's prolific season

Rohan Prem is now the highest run-getter for Kerala in first-class cricket ESPNcricinfo Ltd

14/94 Anupam Sanklecha's figures against Vidarbha - the best ever for Maharashtra. He is the first bowler to take 14 wickets in a match for Maharashtra. The previous-best figures were Sayajirao Dhanawade's 13 for 58 against United Provinces back in 1948-49. Sanklecha took 7 for 25 and 7 for 69 in the two innings.

3925 Rohan Prem's total runs for Kerala in first-class matches - the highest by any batsman for Kerala. He beat Sunil Oasis' tally of 3906 in his knock of 70 in the second innings against Goa. He also completed 4000 runs in his first-class career, 83 of those being scored for South Zone in the Duleep Trophy.

5 Consecutive fifty-plus scores for Rohan Prem this season, including 130 and 70 in this round. He had not scored a single fifty in nine successive innings prior to this sequence, and was averaging 14.55. He is the highest run-getter for Kerala this season with 525 runs. The next-highest is Bhavin Thakkar (339), who is 186 behind.

59 Vidarbha's total against Maharashtra - their fifth-lowest overall, and lowest since 57 in the first innings against Haryana in 2004-05. Their lowest is 40 against Rajasthan in 1977-78.

233* Hanuma Vihari's score against Tripura - the third-highest for Andhra in first-class matches. The top two are Srikar Bharat's 308 in 2014-15 and Amit Patnaik's 264 in 2000-01 - both against Goa. This was Vihari's fourth double-century in first-class cricket, of which three were scored for Hyderabad. He joined Andhra this season and, with 556 runs in nine innings, is their leading run-scorer.

115 Deepak Hooda's average in this season - the best among all batsmen who have scored over 200 runs. He has scored 690 runs in eight innings with three centuries and a 98, which he scored in this round.