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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Irani Cup 2012-13: Statistical and Records

Ranji Trophy 2012-13 Winner Mumbai
Ranji Trophy winners Mumbai will take on Rest Of India in the Irani Cup starting tomorrow at the Wankhede Stadium. 
This season marks the first time that this prestigious cup will be contested over twice in a matter of five months – ROI played last year’s Ranji champions, Rajasthan, in the early part of the 2012-13 season. The reason why this game has been held twice this season is because of the order of domestic events being shuffled recently.
This year, Ranji powerhouse, Mumbai will gun for their 15th Irani Cup – out of all the Ranji champs, they have won the coveted trophy the most number of times. Here are these and many more interesting statistics pertaining to the Irani Cup:
- This is the 51st edition of the Irani Cup (52nd scheduled edition if we take in account the 1979-80 game between Rest of India and Delhi at Jalandhar that was abandoned without the toss).
- Out of the previous 50 editions of Irani Cup, Rest Of India have won the trophy on 24 occasions, while Ranji champions have won on 25 times. The title was shared in 1965-66 as the first innings could not be completed.
- Among the Ranji champions, Bombay/Mumbai have won the title on most occasions (14), followed by Karnataka (4), Delhi and Railways (2 each). Hyderabad, Tamil Nadu and Haryana (once each) are the other teams to have laid their hands on the trophy.
- This is the first time that the Irani Cup is being held twice in the same season. In September last year 2011-12 Ranji winners Rajasthan took on Rest Of India at Bangalore. ROI won the match by an innings and 79 runs back then. Within five months another edition of Irani Cup is being held. This is because recently the order of various domestic events was shuffled. Henceforth Irani Cup will be played at the end of the season and not at the beginning.
Highest team totals in Irani Cup
Total
For
Vs
Venue
Season
737/7d
Rest of India
Bengal
Bangalore
1990-91
668
Rest of India
Mumbai
Jaipur
2010-11
663
Rest of India
Rajasthan
Jaipur
2011-12
638
Rest of India
Delhi
Delhi
1992-93
637
Rest of India
Delhi
Jodhpur
1986-87
628/8d
Delhi
Rest of India
Delhi
1980-81
607/7d
Rest of India
Rajasthan
Bangalore
2012-13
Lowest team totals
Total
For
Vs
Venue
Season
83
Rest of India
Bombay
Anantapur
1963-64
91
Karnataka
Rest of India
Bangalore
1999-00
93
Mumbai
Rest of India
Mumbai
1997-98
96
Rest of India
Bombay
Pune
1969-70
99
Rest of India
Bombay
Mumbai
1995-96
99
Bombay
Rest of India
Kolkata
1966-67
Highest individual innings
Batsman
Runs
Opponents
Venue
Season
M Vijay (ROI)
266
Rajasthan
Bangalore
2012-13
PK Amre (ROI)
246
Bengal
Bangalore
1990-91
S Amarnath (Del)
235*
Rest of India
Delhi
1980-81
RJ Shastri (ROI)
217
Bengal
Bangalore
1990-91
PH Sharma (ROI)
206
Bombay
Mumbai
1977-78
Yuvraj Singh (ROI)
204*
Mumbai
Jaipur
2010-11
GR Viswanath (Kar)
200*
Rest of India
Ahmedabad
1974-75
Leading run-scorers
Players
Mts
Runs
Hs
Avg
100
50
GR Viswanath (Kar/ROI)
9
1001
200*
77.00
4
5
W Jaffer (Mum / ROI)
10
827
116
45.94
1
7
DB Vengsarkar (Bom / ROI)
9
779
151
59.92
4
2
AV Mankad (Bom)
13
766
113
33.30
1
6
SM Gavaskar (Bom / ROI)
12
733
156*
40.72
3
1
AL Wadekar (Bom)
11
711
164
37.42
1
5
VVS Laxman (ROI)
8
694
167
49.57
2
3
RJ Shastri (Bom / ROI)
6
609
217
67.66
2
3
AM Rahane (Mum / ROI)
5
601
191
85.85
2
2
Best bowling in an innings
Bowler
Figures
Opponents
Venue
Season
M Kartik (ROI)
9-70
Mumbai
Mumbai
2000-01
RJ Shastri (Bom)
9-101
Rest of India
Indore
1981-82
BP Gupte (Bom)
8-48
Rest of India
Anantapur
1963-64
SV Bahutule (Mum)
8-71
Rest of India
Mumbai
1997-98
Leading wicket-takers
Bowler
Mts
Wkts
Best
Avg
5WI
10WM
PK Shivalkar (Bom)
10
51
6-34
21.43
4
1
BS Chandrasekhar (Kar / ROI)
8
40
7-41
22.07
1
1
Maninder Singh (Del / ROI)
7
35
6-66
30.05
3
0
SV Bahutule (Bom)
5
34
8-71
20.08
3
1
S Venkataraghavan (ROI)
8
34
7-43
22.88
2
1
A Kumble (Kar / ROI)
5
33
7-33
17.57
3
2
Most appearances
Player
Span
Mts
AV Mankad (Bom)
1964-1981
13
SM Gavaskar (Bom/ ROI)
1967-1984
12
AL Wadekar (Bom)
1963-1973
11
W Jaffer (Mum / ROI)
1997-2010
10
PK Shivalkar (Bom)
1965-1978
10
ED Solkar (Bom)
1967-1978
9
DB Vengsarkar (Bom/ ROI)
1975-1986
9
GR Viswanath (Kar / ROI)
1971-1983
9

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