1934–35 Ranji Trophy
The Ranji Trophy, which the winners get.
|Cricket format||First-class cricket|
|Most runs||Vijay Merchant (Bombay) (389)|
|Most wickets||A.G. Ram Singh (Madras) (22)|
- The first match of the competition was held on 4 November 1934 between Madras and Mysore at Chepauk. M. J. Gopalan of Madras bowled the first ball to N. Curtis.
- Madras won the match by an innings and 23 runs five minutes before close on the first day. This is only first-class match in India to finish on the first day.
- S. M. Hadi of Hyderabad hit the first century in Ranji Trophy. He scored 132* against Madras at Secunderabad.
- George Abell of Northern India scored the first double hundred, 210, v Army. In the same innings, he was involved in a stand of 304 with Ahmed Raza.
- Abell scored a century before lunch on the second day (24* to 128*), the first such instance in Ranji trophy.
- Baqa Jilani took a hat-trick for Northern India v Southern Punjab in the semifinal at Amritsar.
- Southern Punjab was all out for 22 in the same innings. This remained the lowest team total in Ranji Trophy till Hyderabad was out for 21 against Rajasthan in 2010/11.
|09 Feb 1935 – Amritsar|
|Northern India||4 wkts|
|09 Mar 1935 – Bombay|
09-12 Mar 1935
266 (80.4 overs)
Padmakar Chury 58
Mubarak Ali 4/71
- Bombay won the toss and elected to field
|Central Provinces and Berar|
The team that won the zonal title is listed in bold. The teams are listed in the approximate order in which they finished in the zone.