List of Ranji Trophy triple centuries

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Ravindra Jadeja, who is seen wearing a yellow jersey and carrying his batting pads.
Ravindra Jadeja is the only batsman to score three triple centuries in the Ranji Trophy.

In cricket, a batsman reaches a triple century if they scores 300 or more runs in a single innings. The Ranji Trophy is the premier first-class cricket championship played in India. Conducted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, it was founded in 1934 as "The Cricket Championship of India".[1][2] As of December 2016, a triple century has been scored on 40 occasions by 35 different batsmen in the Ranji Trophy.[3]

The first triple century in the Ranji Trophy was scored by Maharashtra's Vijay Hazare against Baroda in the 1939–40 season.[3][4] As of November 2016, the most recent triple century in the tournament was scored by Samit Gohel from Gujarat, who made 359 not out against Odisha in the 2016–17 season.[5] The highest score in the competition was made by B. B. Nimbalkar, who scored 443 runs not out for Maharashtra against Kathiawar in the 1948–49 season. It is the only instance of a quadruple century in the tournament.[3][6] The highest number of triple centuries are scored by Ravindra Jadeja, who has reached the milestone three times while playing for Saurashtra.[7] Jadeja is followed by V. V. S. Laxman, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Wasim Jaffer, with two triple centuries each.[3] Tamil Nadu's Woorkeri Raman and Arjan Kripal Singh are the only two batsmen to score triple centuries in the same innings.[3] As of December 2016, five batsmen have scored 290–299 runs in an innings, and three of them were not out.[3]

Seven triple centuries have been made by players of Mumbai, which is more than any other team.[3] Maharashtra has conceded four triple centuries, which is followed by Goa, Jammu and Kashmir & Odisha with three each.[3] Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai has had five Ranji Trophy triple centuries scored at the venue, more than any other ground.[3]

Key

Symbol Meaning
Score Number of runs scored
* Batsman remained not out
Mins Duration of the innings in minutes
BF Number of balls faced
4s Number of fours hit
6s Number of sixes hit
Inn Innings in which the score was made
Statistic was not recorded
Won The match was won by the century scorer's team.
Drawn The match was drawn.

Triple centuries and above

Ranji Trophy triple centuries[3]
No. Score Mins BF 4s 6s Player For Against Inns Venue Date Result
1 316* 387 37 0 Hazare, VijayVijay Hazare Maharashtra Baroda 2 Poona Club Ground[A] 21 January 1940 Drawn[4]
2 359* 640 31 0 Merchant, VijayVijay Merchant Bombay[B] Maharashtra 1 Brabourne Stadium, Bombay[B] 31 December 1943 Drawn[8]
3 319 533 Mohammad, GulGul Mohammad Baroda Holkar 2 Central College Ground, Baroda[C] 7 March 1947 Won[10]
4 443* 494 49 1 Nimbalkar, B. B.B. B. Nimbalkar Maharashtra Kathiawar[D] 2 Poona Club Ground[A] 16 December 1948 Won[E][6]
5 323 484 40 0 Wadekar, AjitAjit Wadekar Bombay[B] Mysore[F] 2 Brabourne Stadium, Bombay[B] 24 February 1967 Won[13]
6 340 545 46 2 Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar Bombay[B] Bengal 2 Wankhede Stadium, Bombay[B] 25 February 1982 Won[14]
7 303* 605 478 38 1 Azeem, AbdulAbdul Azeem Hyderabad Tamil Nadu 1 Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 13 December 1986 Drawn[15]
8 313 575 411 31 0 Raman, WoorkeriWoorkeri Raman Tamil Nadu Goa 1 Bhausaheb Bandodkar Ground, Panaji 20 January 1989 Drawn[16]
9 302* 560 400 20 0 Singh, Arjan KripalArjan Kripal Singh Tamil Nadu Goa 1 Bhausaheb Bandodkar Ground, Panaji 20 January 1989 Drawn[16]
10 377 666 473 50 5 Manjrekar, SanjaySanjay Manjrekar Bombay[B] Hyderabad 1 Wankhede Stadium, Bombay[B] 24 April 1991 Drawn[17]
11 366 699 523 37 5 Sridhar, M. V.M. V. Sridhar Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 2 Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 8 January 1994 Drawn[18]
12 312 567 392 25 2 Lamba, RamanRaman Lamba Delhi Himachal Pradesh 2 Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 31 December 1994 Won[19]
13 314 680 501 47 0 Jaffer, WasimWasim Jaffer Mumbai Saurashtra 2 Municipal Stadium, Rajkot[G] 4 November 1996 Drawn[21]
14 301* 609 434 28 0 Laxman, V. V. S.V. V. S. Laxman Hyderabad Bihar 1 Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur 5 February 1998 Won[22]
15 323 597 454 33 5 Gandhi, DevangDevang Gandhi Bengal Assam 2 Northeast Frontier Railway Stadium, Guwahati 25 December 1998 Won[23]
16 305* 601 482 30 2 Dharmani, PankajPankaj Dharmani Punjab Jammu and Kashmir 2 Punjab Agricultural University Stadium, Ludhiana 6 November 1999 Won[24]
17 353 758 560 52 2 Laxman, V. V. S.V. V. S. Laxman Hyderabad Karnataka 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 11 April 2000 Drawn[25]
18 308* 499 409 15 5 Mongia, DineshDinesh Mongia Punjab Jammu and Kashmir 2 Gandhi Stadium, Jalandhar 5 November 2000 Won[26]
19 300* 695 500 40 0 Das, Shiv SunderShiv Sunder Das Orissa[H] Jammu and Kashmir 1 Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 25 December 2006 Drawn[27]
20 306* 634 462 37 0 Nair, SreekumarSreekumar Nair Kerala Services 1 Fort Maidan, Palakkad 15 November 2007 Drawn[28]
21 300* 568 383 33 5 Mukund, AbhinavAbhinav Mukund Tamil Nadu Maharashtra 1 Hutatma Anant Kanhere Maidan, Nashik 3 November 2008 Drawn[29]
22 302* 603 423 33 3 Pujara, CheteshwarCheteshwar Pujara Saurashtra Orissa[H] 1 Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot 10 November 2008 Won[30]
23 301 635 459 27 0 Jaffer, WasimWasim Jaffer Mumbai Saurashtra 1 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 4 January 2009 Drawn[31]
24 312 473 333 44 7 Singh, SunnySunny Singh Haryana Madhya Pradesh 1 Emerald High School Ground, Indore 3 November 2009 Drawn[32]
25 309* 458 322 38 4 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma Mumbai Gujarat 1 Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 15 December 2009 Drawn[33]
26 301* 812 582 36 3 Chopra, AakashAakash Chopra Rajasthan Maharashtra 1 Hutatma Anant Kanhere Maidan, Nashik 15 December 2010 Drawn[34]
27 314 558 375 29 9 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja Saurashtra Orissa[H] 1 Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 3 November 2011 Drawn[36]
28 327 524 312 54 2 Jadhav, KedarKedar Jadhav Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh 1 Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium, Pune[I] 9 November 2012 Drawn[38]
29 303* 561 400 35 2 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja Saurashtra Gujarat 2 Lalabhai Contractor Stadium, Surat 9 November 2012 Drawn[39]
30 331 707 501 29 7 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja Saurashtra Railways 1 Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot 1 December 2012 Drawn[40]
31 352 548 427 49 1 Pujara, CheteshwarCheteshwar Pujara Saurashtra Karnataka 3 Saurashtra University Ground, Rajkot 6 January 2013 Drawn[41]
32 300* 823 609 34 2 Kohli, TaruwarTaruwar Kohli Punjab Jharkhand 2 Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur 6 January 2013 Drawn[42]
33 337 671 448 47 4 Rahul, K. L.K. L. Rahul Karnataka Uttar Pradesh 1 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 29 January 2015 Drawn[43]
34 308 504 311 38 6 Bharat, K. S.K. S. Bharat Andhra Pradesh Goa 1 CSR Sharma College Ground, Ongole 6 February 2015 Won[44]
35 328 872 560 46 1 Nair, KarunKarun Nair Karnataka Tamil Nadu 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 8 March 2015 Won[45]
36 351* 717 521 37 5 Swapnil Gugale Maharashtra Delhi 1 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 13 October 2016 Drawn[46]
37 308 514 326 42 9 Rishabh Pant Delhi Maharashtra 2 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 13 October 2016 Drawn[46]
38 304 662 453 39 0 Sagun Kamat Goa Services 1 DRIEMS Ground, Cuttack 20 October 2016 Drawn[47]
39 314* 776 460 32 0 Priyank Panchal Gujarat Punjab 1 KSCA Stadium, Belgaum 29 November 2016 Drawn[48]
40 359* 964 723 45 1 Samit Gohel Gujarat Odisha 3 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 23 December 2016 Drawn[49]

Notes

  1. ^ a b Poona is now known as Pune.[9]
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Bombay was renamed as Mumbai in 1995.[9]
  3. ^ Baroda has now been renamed as Vadodara.[9] However the Baroda cricket team has not been renamed.
  4. ^ Kathiawar is now known as Saurashtra.[11]
  5. ^ Kathiawar conceded at lunch on Day 3.[6]
  6. ^ Mysore cricket team is now known as Karnataka cricket team.[12]
  7. ^ Municipal Stadium was later renamed to Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground.[20]
  8. ^ a b c Orissa is now known as Odisha.[35]
  9. ^ The Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium was later renamed to Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.[37]

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