2008–09 Ranji Trophy

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2008-09 Ranji Trophy
Ranji trophy.jpg
The Ranji Trophy, which the winners get.
Administrator(s) BCCI
Cricket format First-class cricket
Tournament format(s) League and knockout
Champions Mumbai
Most runs Wasim Jaffer (Mumbai) (1260)
Most wickets Dhawal Kulkarni (Mumbai) (42)
Ravindra Jadeja (Saurashtra) (42)

The season 2008–09 of the Ranji Trophy began on 4 November, and finished on 16 January with the final. 15 teams were divided in two groups. The 3 top teams of each group qualified to the playoffs, plus the two top teams of the plate league (Himachal Pradesh and Bengal). Mumbai won the final by defeating Uttar Pradesh.

First round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld Won Lost Tied Draw Aban Pts Quo
Mumbai 7 5 0 0 2 0 31 1.741
Gujarat 7 4 1 0 2 0 28 1.593
Saurashtra 7 3 2 0 2 0 23 1.401
Delhi 7 2 0 0 5 0 20 1.094
Punjab 7 2 3 0 2 0 12 0.800
Hyderabad 7 0 3 0 4 0 10 0.809
Orissa 7 1 4 0 2 0 9 0.640
Rajasthan 7 0 4 0 3 0 3 0.538
3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Delhi
519
v Punjab
391 and 140/3
Match drawn
Venue :Delhi

3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Mumbai
307 and 305/7d
v Rajasthan
204 and 171
Mumbai won by 237 runs
Venue :Mumbai

3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Orissa
269
v Hyderabad (India)
296 and 263/5
Match drawn
Venue :Cuttack

3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
153 and 201 (f/o)
v Gujarat
581/6d
Gujarat won by an innings and 227 runs
Venue :Rajkot

10–12 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Gujarat
203 and 44 (f/o)
v Mumbai
486
Mumbai won by an innings and 239 runs
Venue :Surat

10–13 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Hyderabad (India)
334 and 230/3
v Delhi
284
Match drawn
Venue :Hyderabad

10–12 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Punjab
262 and 41/1
v Rajasthan
133 and 169
Punjab won by 9 wickets
Venue :Mohali

10–13 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
620/4d
v Orissa
302 and 234 (f/o)
Saurashtra won by an innings and 84 runs
Venue :Rajkot

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Delhi
295
v Mumbai
330 and 468/4
Match drawn
Venue :Delhi

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Gujarat
520/9d
v Hyderabad (India)
225 and 287/7 (f/o)
Match drawn
Venue :Ahmedabad

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Orissa
281 and 209
v Rajasthan
270 and 131/4
Match drawn
Venue :Sambalpur

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
679/8
v Punjab
482
Match drawn
Venue :Rajkot

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Gujarat
350 and 259/6
v Delhi
314
Match drawn
Venue :Valsad

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Hyderabad (India)
553/6d and 33/0
v Rajasthan
405
Match drawn
Venue :Hyderabad

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Orissa
352 and 87/1
v Punjab
60 and 378
Orissa won by 9 wickets
Venue :Bhubaneswar

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
643/4d
v Mumbai
214 and 157/7 (f/o)
Match drawn
Venue :Rajkot

29–30 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Delhi
78 and 150
v Orissa
80 and 96
Delhi won by 52 runs
Venue :Delhi

29 Nov – 1 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Gujarat
300 and 34/0
v Punjab
137 and 192 (f/o)
Gujarat won by 10 wickets
Venue :Ahmedabad

29 Nov – 1 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
344
v Rajasthan
185 and 85 (f/o)
Saurashtra won by an innings and 74 runs
Venue :Rajkot

2–5 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Mumbai
602/6d
v Hyderabad (India)
251 and 243 (f/o)
Mumbai won by an innings and 108 runs
Venue :Mumbai

12–15 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Hyderabad (India)
335 and 164
v Punjab
291 and 211/1
Punjab won by 9 wickets
Venue :Hyderabad

12–14 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Orissa
108 and 118
v Mumbai
180 and 361/5d
Mumbai won by 315 runs
Venue :Cuttack

12–14 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Rajasthan
136 and 186
v Gujarat
227 and 99/3
Gujarat won by 7 wickets
Venue :Jaipur

12–15 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
241 and 274
v Delhi
384 and 132/0
Delhi won by 10 wickets
Venue :Rajkot

18–21 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Mumbai
436/9d and 151/1
v Punjab
202 and 382
Mumbai won by 9 wickets
Venue :Mumbai

18–21 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Orissa
162 and 154
v Gujarat
394
Gujarat won by an innings and 78 runs
Venue :Bhubaneswar

18–21 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Rajasthan
295 and 55/3
v Delhi
688
Match drawn
Venue :Jaipur

18–20 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Saurashtra
133 and 183
v Hyderabad (India)
140 and 71
Saurashtra won by 105 runs
Venue :Rajkot

Group B[edit]

Team Pld Won Lost Tied Draw Aban Pts Quo
Tamil Nadu 6 2 0 0 4 0 23 2.110
Karnataka 6 3 0 0 3 0 19 1.126
Uttar Pradesh 6 1 1 0 4 0 17 0.970
Baroda 6 2 2 0 2 0 15 1.019
Railways 6 1 0 0 5 0 12 0.863
Maharashtra 6 0 3 0 3 0 7 0.731
Andhra 6 0 3 0 3 0 3 0.704
3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
365 and 127
v Railways
389 and 17/2
Match drawn
Venue :Bangalore

3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Maharashtra
457 and 250/6 (f/o)
v Tamil Nadu
648/3d
Match drawn
Venue :Nasik

3–6 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Uttar Pradesh
412
v Andhra
349 and 130/2
Match drawn
Venue :Meerut

10–13 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Baroda
235 and 314
v Uttar Pradesh
286 and 151/6
Match drawn
Venue :Vadodara

10–13 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
267 and 269/4 (f/o)
v Tamil Nadu
531
Match drawn
Venue :Bangalore

10–13 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Maharashtra
393 and 27/1
v Andhra
348 and 210/5d
Match drawn
Venue :Nasik

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
366 and 171
v Andhra
218 and 117
Karnataka won by 202 runs
Venue :Mysore

16–19 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Railways
224 and 240/5
v Baroda
460/8d
Match drawn
Venue :Delhi

16–18 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Uttar Pradesh
150 and 119
v Tamil Nadu
507
Tamil Nadu won by an innings and 238 runs
Venue :Ghaziabad

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
395 and 60/0
v Baroda
169 and 285
Karnataka won by 10 wickets
Venue :Bangalore

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Railways
227 and 90/3
v Andhra
208 and 108
Railways won by 7 wickets
Venue :Delhi

23–26 Nov 2008
(scorecard)
Uttar Pradesh
315 and 140/2
v Maharashtra
221 and 230
Uttar Pradesh won by 8 wickets
Venue :Kanpur

29 Nov – 2 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Andhra
283 and 95/3
v Tamil Nadu
286/4d
Match drawn
Venue :Vijayawada

29 Nov – 2 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Baroda
305 and 229/6
v Maharashtra
228 and 303
Baroda won by 4 wickets
Venue :Vadodara

29 Nov – 2 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Railways
200 and 215/8
v Uttar Pradesh
346 and 150/6d
Match drawn
Venue :Delhi

12–14 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Baroda
166 and 94
v Tamil Nadu
117 and 402
Tamil Nadu won by 259 runs
Venue :Vadodara

12–15 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
511
v Uttar Pradesh
567
Match drawn
Venue :Bangalore

12–15 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Maharashtra
244 and 251/5
v Railways
212 and 334/6d
Match drawn
Venue :Ratnagiri

18–20 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Baroda
400
v Andhra
77 and 263 (f/o)
Baroda won by an innings and 60 runs
Venue :Vadodara

18–20 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Karnataka
252 and 229
v Maharashtra
210 and 116
Karnataka won by 155 runs
Venue :Bangalore

18–21 Dec 2008
(scorecard)
Tamil Nadu
475/6d and 389/7d
v Railways
314
Match drawn
Venue :Chennai

Playoffs[edit]

Four top teams of the plate group league qualified for the play offs.

Wild-Card Finals Divisional Finals Championship Finals Super Final
                           
    26–29 December 2008        
18–21 December 2008
  Mumbai  Win
  Himachal Pradesh  Win 4–7 January 2009
    Himachal Pradesh    
  Madhya Pradesh       Mumbai  FIL
 
    Saurashtra    
  Saurashtra  Win
    12–16 January 2009
    Karnataka    
        Mumbai  Win
 
    Uttar Pradesh  
  Gujarat  
   
    Uttar Pradesh  FIL  
        Uttar Pradesh  FIL
 
    Tamil Nadu    
  Tamil Nadu  Win
  Bengal  FIL
    Bengal    
  Goa    

* FIL – First Innings Lead

Plate Play Offs[edit]

18–21 December
(scorecard)
v
579 (189.5 overs)
Mukesh Sharma 161 (380)
Yogesh Golwalkar 189/3 (48.0)
228 (83.4 overs)
Jalaj Saxena 107 (194)
Ashok Thakur 40/4 (20.0)
176 (50.3 overs)
Hrishikesh Kanitkar 66 (174)
Mohinderraj Sharma 45/5 (15.3)
Himachal Pradesh won by an innings and 175 runs
Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur
Umpires: PS Godbole and TR Kashyappan

18–21 December
(scorecard)
v
337 (79.0 overs)
Dibyendu Chakrabarty 82 (223)
Saurabh Bandekar 75/6 (33.0)
230 (83.5 overs)
Ryan Ninan 88* (320)
Ranadeb Bose 62/6 (26.0)
193/5 (46.0 overs)
Manoj Tiwary 80 (118)
Harshad Gadekar 32/2 (11.0)
Match Drawn, Bengal advanced
Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi
Umpires: S Das and AY Gokhale

Quarterfinals[edit]

26–29 December
(scorecard)
v
495 (124.4 overs)
Wasim Jaffer 108 (183)
Jitender Mehta 87/3 (19.0)
250 (80.5 overs)
Sarandeep Singh 75 (121)
Abhishek Nayar 45/6 (17.0)
43/1 (13.4 overs)
Vinayak Samant 24* (36)
Bhavin Thakkar 18/1 (3.4)
287 (68.4 overs)
Paras Dogra 90 (97)
Ajit Agarkar 78/5 (18.0)
Mumbai won by 9 wickets
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera
Umpires: Sanjeeva Rao and Shavir Tarapore

26–29 December
(scorecard)
v
189 (79.0 overs)
Ravindra Jadeja 38 (74)
Chandrashekar Raghu 8/2 (6.0)
305 (99.5 overs)
Robin Uthappa 139 (200)
Ravindra Jadeja 82/5 (32.0 overs)
327/5 (79.0 overs)
Cheteshwar Pujara 112 (224)
Vinay Kumar 84/3 (20.0)
208 (80.1 overs)
Balachandra Akhil 56 (127)
Jolly Jobanputra 54/5 (22.1)
Saurashtra won by 5 wickets
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Umpires: Sanjay Hazare & Suresh Shastri

26–29 December
(scorecard)
v
117 (40.2 overs)
Timil Patel 43* (77)
Praveen Kumar 29/5 (13.2)
305 (112.5 overs)
Suresh Raina 93 (172)
Ashraf Makda 40/3 (22.0)
106/3 (47.0 overs)
Nilesh Modi 57(148)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 12/2 (9.0)
375 (146.1 overs)
Praveen Gupta 74 (108)
Mohnish Parmar 113/5 (48.1)
Match Drawn, Uttar Pradesh advanced
Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara
Umpires: Subroto Daas & Madanmohan Singh

26–29 December
(scorecard)
v
306 (98.5 overs)
Suresh Kumar 75 (130)
Ritam Kundu 54/2 (14.0)
345 (115.0 overs)
Manoj Tiwary 144 (201)
C Ganapathy 59/5 (26.0)
227/2 (52.0 overs)
Subramaniam Badrinath 92 (116)
Sourav Sarkar 36/1 (9.0)
187 (65.5 overs)
Laxmi Shukla 47 (96)
Lakshmipathy Balaji 24/6 (20.0)
Tamil Nadu won by 8 wickets
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Umpires: Sudhir Asnani & Krishna Hariharan

Semifinals[edit]

4–7 January
(scorecard)
v
637/6d (180 overs)
Wasim Jaffer 301 (635)
Ravindra Jadeja 100/2 (39.0)
379 (130.0 overs)
Shitanshu Kotak 89 (325)
Ramesh Powar 108/4 (35.0)
42/1 (12 overs)
Rohit Sharma 30* (52)
Ravindra Jadeja 11/1 (5.0)
Match Drawn, Mumbai advanced to the final
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
Umpires: SS Hazare and AM Saheba

4–7 January
(scorecard)
v
445 (164.5 overs)
Abhinav Mukund 100 (175)
Praveen Kumar 3/104 (41.0)
447/8 (192.3 overs)
Shivakant Shukla 178* (569)
Lakshmipathy Balaji 5/114 (53.3)
Match Drawn, Uttar Pradesh advanced to the final
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
Umpires: SL Shastri and SK Tarapore

Finals[edit]

12–16 January
(scorecard)
v
402 (131.0 Overs)
Rohit Sharma 141 (337)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 5/78 (30.0)
245 (100.2 Overs)
Shivakant Shukla 99 (395)
Zaheer Khan 7/54 (27.2)
367 (127 Overs)
Vinayak Samant 113 (239)
Piyush Chawla 4/94 (35.0)
281 (71.5 Overs)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 80 (132)
Dhawal Kulkarni 5/76 (18.5)
Mumbai won by 243 runs
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad
Umpires: AM Saheba and SK Tarapore

Records[edit]

  • In the 2nd Semifinal, Shivakant Shukla was at the bat by 821 minutes, the fourth longest innings in first class and the second in Indian cricket, in this time he scored 178 runs at 569 balls faced for guide to Uttar Pradesh to the final.[1]

Statistics[edit]

Runs[edit]

Player Team Matches Inns NO Runs Balls HS S/Rate 100s 50s Ave
Wasim Jaffer Mumbai 10 16 1 1260 1814 301 64.48 4 5 84.00
Ajinkya Rahane Mumbai 10 17 1 1089 1587 201 65.84 4 5 68.06
Cheteshwar Pujara Saurashtra 9 13 2 906 1268 302* 71.45 4 0 82.36
Abhinav Mukund Tamil Nadu 8 11 1 856 1391 300* 61.53 4 0 85.60
Rohit Sharma Mumbai 10 15 1 747 1071 141 69.74 3 3 74.70
Ravindra Jadeja Saurashtra 9 13 2 739 1196 232* 61.78 2 3 67.18
Bhavik Thaker Gujarat 8 12 4 693 1435 192 48.29 3 1 86.62
Tanmay Srivastava Uttar Pradesh 9 15 1 667 1381 159 48.29 2 4 47.64
Kedar Jadhav Maharashtra 6 11 2 651 1234 114* 52.75 1 6 72.33
Dinesh Karthik Tamil Nadu 8 11 1 634 1139 213 55.66 3 1 63.40

Wickets[edit]

Player Team Matches Overs Runs Wickets BBI BBM Econ S/R 5+/i 10+/m Ave.
Dhawal Kulkarni Mumbai 9 273.3 813 42 7/50 9/86 2.97 39.0 4 0 19.35
Ravindra Jadeja Saurashtra 9 369.3 837 42 7/31 10/88 2.26 52.7 4 1 19.92
Mohnish Parmar Gujarat 8 341 801 41 6/51 12/104 2.34 49.9 4 1 19.53
Lakshmipathy Balaji Tamil Nadu 7 245 630 36 6/24 9/80 2.57 40.8 4 0 17.5
Siddharth Trivedi Gujarat 8 261 649 34 5/43 9/96 2.48 46 2 0 19.08
Ramesh Powar Mumbai 9 268.3 889 34 5/44 8/70 3.31 47.3 2 0 26.14
Sunil Joshi Karnataka 7 302.2 694 33 7/29 11/91 2.29 54.9 3 1 21.03
Samad Fallah Maharashtra 6 252.3 807 33 6/102 8/159 3.19 45.9 4 0 24.45
Bhuvneshwar Kumar Uttar Pradesh 9 307.0 748 31 5/35 7/56 2.43 59.4 3 0 24.12
Debasis Mohanty Orissa 7 235.2 463 28 5/72 7/57 1.96 50.4 1 0 16.53

References[edit]