Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground

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Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground
Gangothri Glades
Ground information
Location Mysore
Establishment 1997
Capacity 15,000
Owner University of Mysore
Operator Karnataka State Cricket Association
Tenants Karnataka cricket team
End names
Coffee Board End
Hunsur Board End
International information
Only ODI 10 December 1997:
Template:Country data Pakistan women's national cricket team v  West Indies
Source: [1]

The Gangotri Glades Cricket Ground (Kannada: ಗಂಗೋತ್ರಿ ಗ್ಲೇಡ್ಸ್ ]), located in Mysore, Karnataka, is a cricket stadium in India, located on the campus of the University of Mysore.[1] It was renamed Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground upon Prince of Mysore Kingdom Prince Srikanta Wadiyar.[2]

The Chamundi hills provide an idyllic backdrop,and the iconic Kukkarahalli lake is just a big-hit away. It has a seating capacity of about 15,000. It was constructed by the University of Mysore.

In 1997, the Karnataka State Cricket Association entered into a 20-year agreement with the university to develop and maintain the ground as part of its efforts to promote the game in smaller centres. It was in 2007 that a new pavilion complex was constructed and the stadium got a facelift, making it fit to host Ranji Trophy matches.[3]

This ground is the next home ground for the Karnataka Cricket Team after the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium .This ground is covered with Bermuda Grass.[citation needed]

History and Development[edit]

The University of Mysore needed a quality cricket ground in Mysore and so they started constructing the stadium in 1996 and finished it in 1997,just in time for the 1997 Women's Cricket World Cup and hosted a game between Denmark women and Pakistan women and later Karnataka State Cricket Association made a 20-year deal to maintain and develop this ground.[citation needed]This wicket is most suitable for batsmen but also provides assistance to bowlers with its pace and bounce.Many Games which are held here are high scoring games but records show that Fast Bowlers have excelled here.

First there is some swing and pace on the track and bowlers have an advantage, but as the game progresses it suits the batsmen.[citation needed]

Matches Held[edit]

Ranji Trophy 2009/10 Final

The most notable match held her was finals of 2009-10 Ranji Trophy Final between Mumbai an Karnataka in which Mumbai won by 6 runs in a close game. It has also hosted an International Women's Cricket Match between Denmark and Pakistan in 1997.It also hosts various tournaments such as Karnataka Premier League, Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy, Vinoo Mankad Trophy, Cooch Behar Trophy and CK Nayudu Trophy. It is one of the most important stadiums in Karnataka so various tournaments are held here and people throng to watch these matches. This ground is yet to host an International match but has hosted many games for India A against Bangladesh A and West Indies A . The Knockout stages of Vinoo Mankad Trophy was Also Held here.[citation needed]

Ranji Trophy[edit]

Karnataka Cricket Team
No. Date Home Away Winner Margin
1 1–4 December 2006 Karnataka Haryana Karnataka 253 runs
2 1–4 December 2007 Karnataka Rajasthan draw
3 16–19 November 2008 Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Karnataka 202 runs
4 17–20 November 2009 Karnataka Bengal draw
5 24–27 December 2009 Karnataka Punjab draw
6 11–14 January 2010 Karnataka Mumbai Mumbai 6 runs
7 8–11 December 2010 Karnataka Baroda draw
8 15 December 2012 Karnataka Vidarbha draw
9 7–10 November 2015 Karnataka Odisha

Kanataka Premier League(KPL)[edit]

[citation needed]

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Date
1 Rockstars Mangalore United Mangalore United 253 runs 1-12-2006
2 Karnataka Rajasthan draw 1-12-2007
3 Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Karnataka 202 runs 16-11-2008
4 Karnataka Bengal 17-11-2009
5 Karnataka Punjab 24-12-2009
6 Karnataka Mumbai Mumbai 6 runs 11-1-2010
7 Karnataka Baroda 8-12-2010
8 Karnataka Vidarbha 15-12-2012

Vinoo Mankad Trophy 2011/12[edit]

[citation needed]

Practise session of U19 players

Pre-Quarter-Final-Karnataka Under-19s v Gujarat Under-19s=Karnataka Under-19s won by 12 runs

Quarter-Final-Bengal Under-19s v Madhya Pradesh Under-19s=Madhya Pradesh Under-19s won by 9 wickets

Quarter-Final-Punjab Under-19s v Uttar Pradesh Under-19s=Uttar Pradesh Under-19s won by 5 wickets

Semi-Final-Delhi Under-19s v Madhya Pradesh Under-19s=Madhya Pradesh Under-19s won by 7 wickets

Final- Madhya Pradesh Under-19s v Uttar Pradesh Under-19s=Uttar Pradesh Under-19s won by 44 runs

Records[edit]

[citation needed]

Lowest Score=65-Pakistan women vs Denmark women

Highest Score=619/8 dec-Karnataka vs Vidarbha

Highest Individual Score=257-CM Gautam vs Vidarbha

Best Bowling Figures in innings=6/51-P Vijaykumar vs Karnataka

Best Bowling Figures in match=10/108-Sunil Joshi vs Rajasthan

Most Wicket-keeper Dismissals in Innings=6-VST Naidu vs Andhra Pradesh

Most Wicket-keeper Dismissals in Match=9-VST Naidu vs Andhra Pradesh

Most Fielder Catches in Innings in first-class cricket=4-RV Uthappa vs Rajasthan

Most Fielder Catches in Match in first-class cricket=5-RV Uthappa vs Rajasthan

Highest Partnership=272-KL Rahul & CM Gautam vs Vidarbha

All-time Highest Run Scorer=621-RV Uthappa

All-time Highest Wicket taker=37-Sunil Joshi

Centurions[edit]

[citation needed]

Score Player For Against Season First Class No
257 CM Gautam Karnataka Vidarbha 2012/13 54421
157 Amit Verma Karnataka Bengal 2009/10 51990
157 KL Rahul Karnataka Vidarbha 2012/13 54421
144 Manish Pandey Karnataka Mumbai 2009/10 52196
137 AV Ubarhande Vidarbha Karnataka 2012/13 54421
134 KB Pawan Karnataka Bengal 2009/10 51990
133 Robin Uthappa Karnataka Andhra Pradesh 2008/09 51091
115 Manish Pandey Karnataka Punjab 2009/10 52172
110* Yere Goud Karnataka Rajasthan 2007/08 50438
108 Robin Uthappa Karnataka Haryana 2006/07 49658
108* CM Gautam Karnataka Bengal 2009/10 51990
107 RB Banerjee Bengal Karnataka 2009/10 51990

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gangotri Glades cricket stadium set for a makeover". Deccan Herald. Jul 9, 2011. Retrieved March 18, 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.espncricinfo.com/indian-domestic-2014-15/content/ground/58333.html.  Missing or empty |title= (help); External link in |website= (help);
  3. ^ "Gangotri Glades to host Ranji Trophy matches". The Hindu. Dec 6, 2010. Retrieved March 18, 2013. 

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