This past week was packed with thrilling action as Sadde Shers showcased their talent in both the Vijay Hazare trophy and on the international stage. Let's delve into the standout performances from our players:

1: Atharva Taide - 70*(46) vs Jharkhand

Representing Vidarbha in the Vijay Hazare trophy, Atharva Taide played a brilliant innings, scoring an unbeaten 70 runs off just 46 balls. His aggressive batting helped Vidarbha chase down a modest target of 111 in just 13.4 overs.

2: Arshdeep Singh - 2/40 vs Australia

Arshdeep Singh showed his tremendous fortitude in the 5th T20I against Australia in Bengaluru. Defending a total of 161, his first couple of overs were expensive, but he also dismissed a well-set Ben McDermott. He then bowled a phenomenal final over, removing Matthew Wade and conceding just 3 runs to help India win a close game by just 6 runs.

3: Rahul Chahar - 5/41 against Uttar Pradesh

Continuing his impressive form in the Vijay Hazare trophy, leg-spinner Rahul Chahar claimed a fantastic 5-wicket haul against Uttar Pradesh. His bowling restricted UP to a mere 151 runs while helping Rajasthan defend a low target of 211.

4: Vidwath Kaverappa - 3/25 vs Delhi

Karnataka's Vidwath Kaverappa played a significant role against Delhi, capturing three wickets for 25 runs in 7.3 overs. His stellar performance was instrumental in restricting Delhi to 143 runs, helping Karnataka to a comfortable 6-wicket victory.

5: Rishi Dhawan - 4/30 vs Assam

Rishi Dhawan delivered an outstanding performance against Assam, grabbing 4 wickets while conceding just 30 runs in his 8 overs. Himachal Pradesh restricted their opponents for just 121, which was chased down quite comfortably.

6: Sikandar Raza - 82 (48) and 2/21 against Kenya

Zimbabwe's star player Sikandar Raza displayed his brilliance in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier. Despite Zimbabwe being unable to qualify for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, Raza emerged as the tournament's top scorer with 273 runs and also claimed 10 wickets. In his final game against Kenya, he scored a blazing 82 off 48 balls and took 2 wickets, showing his all-round skills.

7: Prabhsimran Singh - 44* (14) against Nagaland

Prabhsimran Singh's explosive knock of 44 runs off just 14 balls against Nagaland was a sight to witness. His innings, comprising 6 fours and 3 sixes, helped Punjab chase down a small total of 75 in just 4.1 overs.

8: Jitesh Sharma - 35 (19) against Australia

In the 4th T20I against Australia, Jitesh Sharma's quickfire 35 off 19 balls provided India a much-needed boost. His aggressive batting pushed the team's total to 174, contributing significantly to India's victory in that match, which also helped them seal the series.