Ranji Trophy in 2005–06


Ranji Trophy in 2005–06

The Ranji Trophy in 2005-06 is a cricket competition played in India. It is India's premier first-class tournament and is competed for by Indian state teams, augmented by teams representing the Indian Railways and Services. The Elite group of teams compete for the trophy itself. They are divided into two groups, with the top two-placed teams in each group progressing to the semi-finals. Below the elite group of teams are two other groups of teams that compete for the Plate competition. Again the two top-placed teams in the two Plate groups progress to semi-finals.

The teams

The teams in the Elite Group are as follows:

*Group A: Railways, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Bengal, Delhi, Tamil Nadu
*Group B: Punjab, Hyderabad, Haryana, Andhra, Services, Uttar Pradesh, Baroda

The teams competing for the Plate are:

*Group A: Himachal Pradesh, Saurashtra, Tripura, Vidarbha, Goa, Orissa
*Group B: Rajasthan, Kerala, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand

Elite Group Match Details

econd Round

Karnataka v Mumbai (1-4 December)

"Mumbai (2pts) drew with Karnataka (0pts)"

Railways v Tamil Nadu (1-4 December)

"Tamil Nadu (2pts) drew with Railways (0pts)"

Delhi v Bengal (1-4 December)

"Bengal (5pts) beat Delhi (0pts) by 10 wickets"

Gujarat v Maharashtra (1-4 December)

"Gujarat (2pts) drew with Maharashtra (0pts)"

Punjab v Haryana (1-4 December)

"Haryana (2pts) drew with Punjab (0pts)"

Uttar Pradesh v Baroda (1-4 December)

"Baroda (5pts) beat Uttar Pradesh (0pts) by an innings and 93 runs"

Andhra v Hyderabad (1-4 December)

"Hyderabad (2pts) drew with Andhra (0pts)"

Tables at 4 December

Third Round

Mumbai v Bengal (9-12 December)

"Mumbai (2pts) drew with Bengal (0pts)"

Railways v Gujarat (9-12 December)

"Railways (4pts) beat Gujarat (0pts) by 193 runs"

Delhi v Maharashtra (9-12 December)

"Delhi (2pts) drew with Maharashtra (0pts)"

Tamil Nadu v Karnataka (9-12 December)

"Tamil Nadu (1pt) drew with Karnataka (1pt)"

Punjab v Hyderabad (9-12 December)

"Punjab (5pts) beat Hyderabad (0pts) by an innings and 151 runs"

Uttar Pradesh v Services (9-12 December)

"Uttar Pradesh (2pts) drew with Services (0pts)"

Haryana v Baroda (9-12 December)

"Baroda (2pts) drew with Haryana (0pts)"

Tables at 12 December

Fourth Round

Mumbai v Railways (17-20 December)

""'Mumbai (2pts) drew with Railways (0pts)

Karnataka v Bengal (17-20 December)

"Bengal (2pts) drew with Karnataka (0pts)"

Delhi v Gujarat (17-20 December)

"Gujarat (4pts) beat Delhi (0pts) by 2 wickets"

Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu (17-20 December)

"Maharashtra (4pts) beat Tamil Nadu (0pts) by 9 wickets"

Uttar Pradesh v Punjab (17-20 December)

"Uttar Pradesh (2pts) drew with Punjab (0pts)"

Hyderabad v Haryana (17-20 December)

"Hyderabad (2pts) drew with Haryana (0pts)"

ervices v Andhra (17-20 December)

"Andhra (2pts) drew with Services (0pts)"

Tables at 20 December

Fifth Round

Mumbai v Tamil Nadu (25-28 December)

""'Mumbai (4pts) beat Tamil Nadu (0pts) by 9 wickets

Railways v Delhi (25-28 December)

"Delhi (4pts) beat Railways (0pts) by 7 wickets"

Gujarat v Bengal (25-28 December)

"Gujarat (0pts) drew with Bengal (0pts)"

Karnataka v Maharashtra (25-28 December)

"Karnataka (5pts) beat Maharashtra (0pts) by an innings and 8 runs"

Baroda v Punjab (25-28 December)

"Baroda (4pts) beat Punjab (0pts) by 4 wickets"

Hyderabad v Services (25-28 December)

"Hyderabad (5pts) beat Services (0pts) by an innings and 138 runs"

Andhra v Haryana (25-28 December)

"Andhra (5pts) beat Haryana (0pts) by an innings and 45 runs"

Tables at 28 December

ixth Round

Gujarat v Mumbai (3-6 January)

"Mumbai (4pts) beat Gujarat (0pts) by 8 wickets"

Railways v Maharashtra (3-6 January)

"Maharashtra (2pts) drew with Railways (0pts)"

Karnataka v Delhi (3-6 January)

"Karnataka (4pts) beat Delhi (0pts) by 167 runs"

Bengal v Tamil Nadu (3-6 January)

"Tamil Nadu (4pts) beat Bengal (0pts) by 22 runs"

Andhra v Punjab (3-6 January)

"Punjab (2pts) drew with Andhra (0pts)"

ervices v Baroda (3-6 January)

"Baroda (2pts) drew with Services (0pts)"

Uttar Pradesh v Hyderabad (3-6 January)

"Uttar Pradesh (5pts) beat Hyderabad (0pts) by 10 wickets"

Tables at 6 January

eventh Round

Mumbai v Maharashtra (10-13 January)

"Maharashtra (4pts) beat Mumbai (0pts) by 65 runs"

Bengal v Railways (10-13 January)

"Bengal (4pts) beat Railways (0pts) by 5 wickets"

Gujarat v Karnataka (10-13 January)

"Gujarat (4pts) beat Karnataka (0pts) by 4 wickets"

Tamil Nadu v Delhi (10-13 January)

"Tamil Nadu (2pts) drew with Delhi (0pts)"

Andhra v Uttar Pradesh (10-13 January)

"Uttar Pradesh (4pts) beat Andhra (0pts) by 8 wickets"

Baroda v Hyderabad (10-13 January)

"Baroda (4pts) beat Hyderabad (0pts) by 220 runs"

ervices v Haryana (10-13 January)

"Haryana (2pts) drew with Services (0pts)"

Final tables

emi-Finals

Bengal v Baroda (20-24 January)

"Bengal drew with Baroda, Bengal advanced to final"

Mumbai v Uttar Pradesh (20-24 January)

"Uttar Pradesh beat Mumbai by 5 wickets"

Final

Uttar Pradesh v Bengal (29 January-2 February)

"Uttar Pradesh drew with Bengal, Uttar Pradesh won the Ranji Trophy"

Plate Group Match Details

First Round

Vidarbha v Himachal Pradesh (23-26 November)

Goa v Orissa (23-26 November)

Tripura v Saurashtra (23-26 November)

Madhya Pradesh v Rajasthan (23-26 November)

Assam v Kerala (23-26 November)

Jammu & Kashmir v Jharkhand (23-26 November)

Tables at 26 November

econd Round

Tripura v Himachal Pradesh (2-5 December)

Orissa v Saurashtra (1-4 December)

Vidarbha v Goa (1-4 December)

Rajasthan v Jharkhand (1-4 December)

Madhya Pradesh v Assam Madhya (1-4 December)

Jammu & Kashmir v Kerala (1-4 December)

Tables at 5 December

Third Round

aurashtra v Himachal Pradesh (9-12 December)

Goa v Tripura (9-12 December)

Vidarbha v Orissa (9-12 December)

Rajasthan v Kerala (9-12 December)

Assam v Jammu & Kashmir (9-12 December)

Madhya Pradesh v Jharkhand (9-12 December)

Tables at 12 December

Fourth Round

Goa v Himachal Pradesh (17-20 December)

Orissa v Tripura (17-20 December)

aurashtra v Vidarbha (17-20 December)

Rajasthan v Jammu & Kashmir (17-20 December)

Madhya Pradesh v Kerala Madhya (17-20 December)

Jharkhand v Assam (17-20 December)

Tables at 20 December

Fifth Round

Orissa v Himachal Pradesh (25-28 December)

aurashtra v Goa (25-28 December)

Tripura v Vidarbha (25-28 December)

Rajasthan v Assam (25-28 December)

Madhya Pradesh v Jammu & Kashmir (26-29 December)

Kerala v Jharkhand (25-28 December)

Final tables

emi-Finals

Rajasthan v Orissa (25-29 January)

aurashtra v Madhya Pradesh (25-29 January)

Final

aurashtra v Rajasthan (2-6 February)


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