Vijay Hazare Trophy

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Vijay Hazare Trophy
Countries India
AdministratorBCCI
FormatList A cricket
First Edition2002–03
Latest Edition2018-19
Tournament formatRound robin and Playoff
Number of teams37
Current championMumbai
Most successfulTamil Nadu (5 titles)
WebsiteBcci.tv

The Vijay Hazare Trophy, also known as the Ranji One Day Trophy, was started in 2002–03 as a limited-overs cricket domestic competition involving state teams from the Ranji Trophy plates. It is named after the famous Indian cricketer Vijay Hazare.

Tamil Nadu is the most successful team having won the trophy 5 times. Mumbai are the current champions(2018-19) who won their 3rd title beating Delhi in the finals.[1]

Format[edit]

Till 2014-15 season, 27 teams are split into 5 zonal groups as follows:

Zone Teams No. of Teams
Central Madhya Pradesh, Railways, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Vidarbha 5
East Assam, Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura 6
North Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Services 6
South Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Hyderabad, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu 6
West Baroda, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Saurashtra 5

After playing each team in the group once, the five winners and the best performing runner-up qualify for the quarter final stage directly, while the four other runners-up play in the preliminary quarter finals. The 2 winners of pre-quarter finals join the remaining 6 teams in the quarter final stage.From the 2015-16 to 2017-18 season, the Zonal groups were replaced with 4 groups of 7 each.

From 2018-19 season, the teams were divided into 3 elite groups and 1 plate group. The 2 top elite group had 9 teams while 3rd elite group has 10 team. Plate Group consists of 9 new teams. Teams are grouped based on average points in preceding 3 seasons.

Tournament history[edit]

From the tournament's inaugural edition during the 1993–94 season through to the 2001–02 season, no finals were held, and teams consequently played only within their zones, with no overall winner named.

Year Zone winners Most runs Most wickets Ref
Central East North South West
1993–94 Uttar Pradesh Bengal Haryana Karnataka Bombay R. Dravid (Karnataka) D. Singh (Haryana) [2]
1994–95 Madhya Pradesh Bengal Punjab Hyderabad Maharashtra A. Sharma (Delhi) A. Sarkar (Bengal) [3]
1995–96 Uttar Pradesh Bengal Haryana Karnataka Bombay S. Ramesh (Tamil Nadu) K. Ananthapadmanabhan (Kerala)
S. Joshi (Karnataka)
S. Mukherjee (Bengal)
S. Sharma (Punjab)
[4]
1996–97 Madhya Pradesh Assam Delhi Tamil Nadu Mumbai S. Manjrekar (Mumbai) H. Ramkishen (Andhra Pradesh) [5]
1997–98 Madhya Pradesh Bengal Delhi Tamil Nadu Mumbai S. Somasunder (Karnataka) R. Sanghvi (Karnataka) [6]
1998–99 Madhya Pradesh Bengal Punjab Karnataka Mumbai V. Bharadwaj (Karnataka) J. Rai (Himachal Pradesh)
N. Singh (Hyderabad)
[7]
1999–00 Madhya Pradesh Bengal Delhi Tamil Nadu Mumbai M. Azharuddin (Hyderabad) T. Pawan Kumar (Hyderabad) [8]
2000–01 Madhya Pradesh Orissa Punjab Tamil Nadu Mumbai A. Pathak (Andhra Pradesh) V. Raju (Hyderabad)
R. Sanghvi (Delhi)
[9]
2001–02 Railways Orissa Punjab Karnataka Mumbai S. Sharma (Himachal Pradesh) A. Dave (Rajasthan)
J. G'krishnan (Assam)
L. Patel (Gujarat)
V. Sharma (Punjab)
[10]

During the 2002–03 and 2003–04 seasons, a final round-robin stage was held for the top teams in each zone. Since the 2004–05 tournament, a Playoff format (including semi-finals and a final) has been held, with varying formats.

Year Final host Winner Runner-up Most runs Most wickets Ref
2002–03 no final Tamil Nadu Punjab Niranjan Godbole (Maharashtra) Iqbal Siddiqui (Maharashtra) [11]
2003–04 no final Mumbai Bengal Devang Gandhi (Bengal) Sarandeep Singh (Delhi) [12]
2004–05 Mumbai Shared: Tamil Nadu (2)
and Uttar Pradesh
V. Sivaramakrishnan (Tamil Nadu) Ranadeb Bose (Bengal)
Praveen Kumar (Uttar Pradesh)
[13]
2005–06 Mumbai Railways Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Mongia (Punjab) Sankalp Vora (Baroda) [14]
2006–07 Jaipur Mumbai (2) Rajasthan Wasim Jaffer (Mumbai) D Tamil Kumaran (Tamil Nadu) [15]
2007–08 Visakhapatnam Saurashtra Bengal (2) Ajinkya Rahane (Mumbai) Vishal Bhatia (Himachal Pradesh) [16]
2008–09 Agartala Tamil Nadu (3) Bengal (3) Virat Kohli (Delhi) Shoaib Ahmed (Hyderabad) [17]
2009–10 Ahmedabad Tamil Nadu (4) Bengal (4) Shreevats Goswami (Bengal) Yo Mahesh (Tamil Nadu) [18]
2010–11 Indore Jharkhand Gujarat Ishank Jaggi (Jharkhand) Amit Mishra (Haryana) [19]
2011–12 Delhi Bengal Mumbai Wriddhiman Saha (Bengal) Parvinder Awana (Delhi) [20]
2012–13 Visakhapatnam Delhi Assam Robin Uthappa (Karnataka) Pritam Das (Assam) [21]
2013–14 Kolkata Karnataka Railways Robin Uthappa (Karnataka) Vinay Kumar (Karnataka) [22]
2014–15 Ahmedabad Karnataka (2) Punjab (2) Manish Pandey (Karnataka) Abhimanyu Mithun (Karnataka) [23]
2015–16 Karnataka Gujarat Delhi Mandeep Singh (Punjab) Jasprit Bumrah (Gujarat) [24]
2016–17 Delhi Tamil Nadu (5) Bengal (5) Dinesh Karthik (Tamil Nadu) Aswin Crist (Tamil Nadu) [25]
2017–18 Delhi Karnataka (3) Saurashtra Mayank Agarwal (Karnataka) Mohammed Siraj (Hyderabad) [26]
2018-19 Bangalore Mumbai (3) Delhi (2) Abhinav Mukund (Tamil Nadu) Shahbaz Nadeem (Jharkhand) [27]

References[edit]

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