The Ranji Trophy witnessed another thrilling week of action, and our Shers showcased commendable performances that are worth reliving. Let's delve into the standout displays by our players:

Atharva Taide showcased his batting prowess for Vidarbha against Jharkhand, making a valuable 59 in the first innings and following it up with a magnificent century in the second. Taide's outstanding contributions were instrumental in Vidarbha's commanding 308-run victory.

Ashutosh Sharma had a stellar game against Gujarat, scoring a brilliant 123 in the first innings and contributing 31 runs in the second innings. His outstanding performance played a pivotal role in Railways securing a fine victory.

Vidwath Kaverappa proved to be a key player in the game against Tripura. His stellar bowling performance included taking 3 wickets for just 40 runs in the first innings. Kaverappa didn't stop there; in the second innings, he secured a crucial 4-fer, helping Karnataka bowl out Tripura for a mere 200 runs. This impressive effort played a pivotal role in Karnataka's victory by 29 runs.

Rishi Dhawan continued to demonstrate his affinity for the Ranji Trophy in a match against Odisha. Dhawan contributed significantly with the ball, dismissing 3 batters for 35 runs in the first innings. He carried this momentum into the second innings, taking another 3 wickets but unfortunately couldn't prevent Odisha from winning the game by 238 runs.

Tanay Thyagarajann continued his excellent form for Hyderabad against Arunachal Pradesh. He stood out as the pick of the bowlers, grabbing 2 wickets in the first innings and securing a 3-fer in the second innings while conceding 64 runs.

Harshal Patel had a solid game for Haryana against Maharashtra, taking a wicket in the first innings with an economical 28 runs conceded. In the second innings, he added 2 more wickets, giving away just 35 runs.

In summary, it was an exhilarating week for our Shers in the Ranji Trophy, with standout performances contributing to our team's success across various matches.