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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 8:39 am

I am basically batting for the underdog, no special love for Vidarbha. Of course, Striped Lungi, Asterix and Squarecut, I am sure are more passionate supporters of the Vidarbha team. Squarecut is a long time supporter of Umesh Yadav, much before he played for India.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:20 am

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Gurbani to Nair, no run, this is a sensational delivery. Curved in, hit the deck and swung away to beat his tentative push

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Gurbani to Nair, no run, how did that not kiss off stump? Came back in a long way in the air from outside off, Nair got outside the line and let that go, but when he looks at the replays, he'll know he was this close from not hearing the ball rattle into the off stump. That's tea

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This guy Gurbani is also a find. Karun nair has played internationals for India. To trouble such batsmen, you have to be decent.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:48 am

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Gurbani to Nair, OUT, he's snuffed the big fish with an outswinger. Another poke, this time from Nair, and the keeper take a straightforward catch. Nair was drawn forward by the line, this one moved away late as he played away from the body. Karnataka are in trouble or what?
KK Nair c †Wadkar b Gurbani 30 (41b 4x4 0x6) SR: 73.17

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:54 am

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Gurbani to Binny, OUT, gone for a duck. Boy, Gurbani is bowling them into the final or what? This comes back in a long, long way in the air from outside off and cuts back in to strike him low on the pad. This is plumb in front of middle. Binny wasn't committing himself either forward nor back and has to pay the price.
STR Binny lbw b Gurbani 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:59 am

Wow 111 more need
Karnataka 87 for 5

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:03 am

bolero wrote:29.4
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Gurbani to Nair, no run, this is a sensational delivery. Curved in, hit the deck and swung away to beat his tentative push

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Gurbani to Nair, no run, how did that not kiss off stump? Came back in a long way in the air from outside off, Nair got outside the line and let that go, but when he looks at the replays, he'll know he was this close from not hearing the ball rattle into the off stump. That's tea

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This guy Gurbani is also a find. Karun nair has played internationals for India. To trouble such batsmen, you have to be decent.


Yes.Raja predicted Gurbani should go to England with Indian team for test series in July 2018.i never heard of Gurbani but ‘cricket Think Tank’ believes Saini has bright Future

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:08 am

Karnataka may still win this but vidarbha has given them a fight.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:27 am

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Gurbani to Gautam, OUT, has he tickled this down leg? Yes, he has says umpire Paschim Pathak. Gautam can't believe that decision and hits the bat on his pad with disgust. Gautam now indicates to the umpire that it flicked the pad. Coming back to the delivery, this came back in a long way, Gautam looks to shuffle across to tickle this. Bat was close to the ball, in all fairness. Keeper collects and goes up spontaneously, everyone else joins in and boy, are they celebrating or what
CM Gautam c †Wadkar b Gurbani 24 (53b 3x4 1x6) SR: 45.28

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Gurbani to Gowtham, OUT, he's paid the price of missing the line of this delivery. Angled in towards off stump, hint of reverse in to beat Gowtham's forward push. He was looking to play across the line when he was better off playing straight. Paschim Pathak had no doubts whatsoever. What an inspired spell this is turning out to be
K Gowtham lbw b Gurbani 1 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 14.28

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:30 am

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Yadav to Gopal, no run, dropped by Jaffer at slip. Oh, dear. He grabbed at that. Shreyas poked at this length ball to get a thick outside edge that flew at a comfortable height. Could that prove to be costly?

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:43 am

Karnataka need another 87 runs to move to Ranji final.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby squarecut » Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:10 am

Come on Vidarbha. You can do it.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:52 am

Karnataka’s next 3 batsman played international for India except Gopal

Skipper Vinay Kumar,Mithun and Arvind —Karnataka can counts.i think Mithun and Gopal better batsman than others but facing Umesh (6 in the match) and In-form Gurbani (9 in the match ) will be big Challenge for them.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby raja » Wed Dec 20, 2017 12:28 pm

Like I said before, my Ranji Trophy was already a success the day Mumbai got knocked out. :grin:
After that, it doesn't matter who wins.

But am happy for Vidarbha, which totally deserves to be in the final after such a fantastic fightback.

This guy Rajneesh Gurbani has been fantastic in all the knock-out games this season.

If Vidarbha win, I will be rooting hard for them to win the final against Delhi.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Wed Dec 20, 2017 12:31 pm

squarecut wrote:Come on Vidarbha. You can do it.



I think so Vidarbh will win tomorrow Because Karnataka lost last 3 or 4 wickets in only 30 runs vs Gurbani.He will be all over on Karnataka

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby raja » Wed Dec 20, 2017 12:32 pm

This is what Eden Gardens does to you.

This top-order Karnataka batting line-up was making merry on flat wickets, getting 500 and 600 without sweat.

At the Eden, where the ball tends to do a bit, you see them totally exposed if they face half-decent swing bowling.

And Rajneesh Gurbani has been more than half-decent.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Wed Dec 20, 2017 3:59 pm

Vidharbha will be singing the Gurbani tomorrow if they make it to the final.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby squarecut » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:26 am

Karnataka had reached 189 for 8 and they were just another 10 runs away from victory when Abhimanyu Mithun (who scored 33 from 26 deliveries) went for a glory shot and lost his wicket. Then it was a matter of another three runs and Karnataka were all out. It has been a great achievement for Vidarbha to reach their first Ranji trophy final where they will face Delhi. They will stand a decent chance against Delhi in the final.

It is a great achievement for an unfancied side like Vidarbha.

PS-Those who have no idea where Vidarbha is, it is the eastern part of Maharashtra, with Nagpur being its biggest city.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:13 am

This is a red letter day for Vidarbha.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby raja » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:35 am

Just checked the scores.

Fantastic achievement by Vidarbha.

Didn't expect Karnataka to even get to 192 today, must have been a nerve-wracking last few minutes for both sides.

Congrats, Vidarbha - now go and win the final also.

Except for Delhi folks, I suspect the whole country will be rooting for you. :-)

Rajneesh Gurbani - what a performance!!!

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:44 am

Humdinger - Vidarbha win by 5 runs.

2 critical mistakes Karnataka committed - Abhimanyu Mithun going for the unwanted big shot and Shreyas Gopal exposing no 11 to Gurbani.

But full credit to Gurbani.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 23, 2017 9:37 am

Ranji Trophy 2017: Rajneesh Gurbani, Vidarbha’s young Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Rajneesh Gurbani had an uneasy sleep last night. He woke up at 12.30 am and then at 4.30 am. “Both times I had a dream that the final day’s play was about to begin,” the Vidarbha medium pacer would later reveal, after the match. He carried nerves to the field on the fifth day. It affected his performance a little. But he regained his composure in time and eked out a memorable victory for his side, with a 12-wicket match haul, and burst into tears of joy.

Over the last five days, Gurbani became the most talked about player in the Ranji Trophy semifinal at Eden Gardens. The majority of his wickets – five in the first innings and seven in the second – were well planned. His line and length were excellent – full and in the corridor. His swing, both ways, was natural. Eden Gardens curator Sujan Mukherjee, a former first-class player for Bengal, compared Gurbani with a young Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Like Kumar of the 2008-2009 vintage, who handed Sachin Tendulkar his maiden duck in Indian first-class cricket in a Ranji Trophy final, Gurbani, too, has a smooth run-up to the crease. Their pace is pretty similar. Like Kumar those days, the Vidarbha lad also bowls at around 132-133kph. Both strive for a good length. Gurbani, too, is a natural mover of the ball. Similarities exist in their frames; lithe and wiry. Their use of the crease provides another common thread. But Gurbani is more of a skiddy operator, because his front knee doesn’t collapse at the point of delivery release. His follow-through is also a work in progress. “I need to work on it,” Gurbani admitted.

Vidarbha Ranji coach Chandrakant Pandit described Gurbani as a “shy” person who “doesn’t express himself” in the dressing room. “Of late, he has started to describe the thought process behind his wickets. But he has a very sharp mind, which helps him read the batsmen well,” Pandit told The Indian Express.

That sharp mind came to the fore several times in the semifinal. Stuart Binny’s scalp on Wednesday was a case in point. The out-swinger is Gurbani’s stock ball, but he quickly spotted Binny’s tentative feet movement against the incoming deliveries. He made one swing back late to cut the Karnataka all-rounder in half. The ball narrowly missed the inside edge. His next ball was pretty similar, only a little fuller. The ball moved in the air viciously from outside off-stump to strike the batsman on the pad in front of off and middle. Binny was caught in the crease and out LBW.

Gurbani had an interesting duel with Karun Nair, Karnataka’s best batsman in this game by a distance. Nair had scored a century in the first innings, eschewing the cover drive and playing on the up. The seamer, however, managed to sow doubts in Nair’s mind in the second dig. He bowled a few in-swingers – the ball was swinging in from fairly outside the off-stump – from wide of the crease and then, without going close to the stumps he bowled an out-swinger. Nair was drawn forward by the angle and the away movement deceived him to play away from his body. The dismissal proved to be a mini-turning point.

On Thursday morning, Gurbani kept tempting Abhimanyu Mithun, bowling outside the off-stump with a square third man and deep point in place. The tail-ender was connecting well and taking Karnataka closer to victory. But the bowler didn’t change his approach and eventually had Mithun caught at deep point. “I decided to back myself and stuck to the plan,” Gurbani said.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

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“That guy (Gurbani) really made a difference. He was bowling long spells. He was bowling in the channel, where our batsmen (stroke-players) were not comfortable,” Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar praised the Vidarbha quick.

Gurbani consistently hits the right areas and occasionally bowls a pretty deceptive short ball. Pandit stressed that Gurbani has the ability to bowl on any kind of surface. The bowler, on the other hand, credited Pandit and also Vidarbha cricket head coach, Subroto Banerjee, for his steady progress. “One day, sir (Pandit) instructed me to bowl only in-swingers at the nets. We did a lot of match simulation also, where I had to bowl in-swingers only. This is how I managed to make my incoming deliveries better. Chandu sir carried the reputation of a hard taskmaster when he joined the team as coach ahead of the season. Before his arrival, someone told me he would either make you better or would tell you not to waste your time in cricket, if you are not good enough. I liked that. This is how it should be. He and Subroto Banerjee sir made big contributions to my development,” Gurbani said.

The year 2017 is proving to be a breakthrough season for the 24-year-old civil engineer from Nagpur, who now has 27 scalps in his last three matches, including four five-fors. It was Gurbani’s “dream” to share the new ball with Umesh Yadav, his idol. Umesh spoke about his understudy in glowing terms. “If someone represents the country from Vidarbha after me, I would be the happiest person. He (Gurbani) has the potential.”

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:49 am

Delhi 65 for 3 vs Vidarbha in the final
Shorey 33 not out
No wicket for Gurbani

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:52 am

8/4/13/0 Gurbani

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:19 am

Himmat singh’s 50 lift Delhi from 99 for 4 to 180 / 4
Shorey with 3 hours of batting still there on difficult Indore wicket

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:05 pm

271-6. Gurbani picked up 2 wickets.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:07 pm

Shourey scored 123 runs, any relation to our forum's Shourey ?

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

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What make sense to open thread when you deletes everything


Misty when you were here before you were the most problematic user on the forum and I will delete anything you post that has even a suggestion of baiting attacking criticising or otherwise messing with another user or being hypocritical

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Postby Yorkshire » Fri Dec 29, 2017 4:07 pm

271 for 6
Opener Shorey 123 not out

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Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:36 am

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Gurbani to Saini, OUT, this one's even better. Again a shortish delivery fired outside the off-stump. Has the batsman stapled to the crease because of the length and then just cuts in off the seam. Drifts even further late and comfortably beats the inside edge to flatten the stumps. Two in two for Gurbani
NA Saini b Gurbani 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

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Gurbani to Vikas Mishra, OUT, bowled him. This one has cut back in a mile from outside off. Mishra has paid the price for not moving his feet. Just stuck in the crease and brings the bat down without having any clue whatsoever of where that delivery is heading. Beats the inside-edge and pegs back the off-stump
Vikas Mishra b Gurbani 7 (82b 0x4 0x6) SR: 8.53

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:43 am

Gurbani on a hat-trick

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Gurbani to Shorey, OUT, and he gets it. Gurbani, you beauty! Yet another five-wicket haul for the young sensation. What a season he's having! Now he gets a hat-trick to cap it all off. Another scorching delivery that cuts in from a shortish length. Has the batsman glued to the crease and just hanging back and hoping he can put bat to ball. Cuts in from outside off to hit the back pad and take out the off-stump
DR Shorey b Gurbani 145 (294b 21x4 0x6) SR: 49.31

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

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Gurbani to Khejroliya, OUT, and Delhi have folded. This one was a gift to be honest. Khejroliya comes charging down the track. It's a blind charge. Ends up nearly yorking himself. And besides the ball pitched around the leg stump line which means he was tucked up for room. Khejroliya misses and Gurbani hits. Leg and off-stumps uprooted
K Khejroliya b Gurbani 0 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Gurbani should join the Indian squad for South Africa. They have not seen him bowl, will not be prepared for him.

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Saini to Fazal, no run, This is a gem from Saini! He cranks it up to 141ks. He lands it on the seam, pitches on middle, and snakes away over middle and off stumps. How do you play that?

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This guy Saini is also a talent. Saini has pace. Gurbani is a swing bowler like Bhuvaneshwar Kumar.

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:29 am

Wow 6 wickets again by Gurbani 4 Of 6 were Clen bowled
No wonder why Raja wants him for England Tour July 2018

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:32 am

Vidarbha are not missing Umesh Yadav, neither is Delhi missing Ishant Sharma. Their absence has nullified each other.

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:01 am

1972 B.Kalyansundaram took Hatrrick in the Ranji trophy Final for Tamilnadu vs Bombay at Chennai Today Gurbani become only 2 Nd player with Ranji trophy HAT-Trick in the Final

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:09 am

Saini was so close for the selection but S.Kaul was selected instead but now BCCI dropped Kaul for Siraj ( not impress at all )

Quote system in India on selection so after the Ranji trophy.
@ Game between Ranji trophy champion and ROI will be stage,called Irani Cup
Performances from this matches will advances players selection for next seasons or series in India

I wish Deepak Hooda,Gurbani,Saini etc could tested soon at higher Level

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Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:12 am

I agree with your comment. This quota system is still prevailing looks like. Its wrong and should be disbanded. If you have 11 best players from single state , so be it.

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Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:33 am

Faiz Fazal, captain of Vidarbha scoring an important 50.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:04 am

bolero wrote:Faiz Fazal, captain of Vidarbha scoring an important 50.

He convert all 5 scores of 50 into 5 century in 8 matches so far

Sanjay 31 bowled by Sudan

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:08 am

When I was in the 4th year of Mumbai university. Sanjay Desai was very popular hey look at new guy wasim Jafar
Nearly 18000 runs in FC

Sanjay D close to test selection but I think he never get the nod

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:10 am

Fazal had couple of 50's on debut I think he was not out playing for india under Rahane in ODI away from india

BCCI Fame,Manohar support him in the past

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Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:13 am

10643 in ranji trophy runs Jafar
Wow more than Amul Mazmudar

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:25 am

bolero wrote:I agree with your comment. This quota system is still prevailing looks like. Its wrong and should be disbanded. If you have 11 best players from single state , so be it.
I think BCCI has SOFT CORNER for west zone for some reasons No way you can see
So many gujrati in the team before in 1970

Parthiv / Pandya/Axar/Bumrah/J.Unadkat/pujara/jadoo
In my time Uday JOSHI and Dheeraj really struggle to gets in even west zone

Dheeraj played vs england for india

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:27 am

I think no electricity here . I am using my 1GB per day on cell phone.probably no lights for 4 hours

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:46 am

Yorkshire wrote:I think no electricity here . I am using my 1GB per day on cell phone.probably no lights for 4 hours


I thought there was 24 hour electricity in Gujarat, that obviously includes Anand and Nadiad.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:42 am

Delhi leading by 149. Key is the lead. If Vidarbha manage to take the lead, its game on.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby bolero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:12 am

Delhi leading by 134.

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Re: Ranji Trophy 2017-18

Postby Yorkshire » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:16 am

bolero wrote:
Yorkshire wrote:I think no electricity here . I am using my 1GB per day on cell phone.probably no lights for 4 hours


I thought there was 24 hour electricity in Gujarat, that obviously includes Anand and Nadiad.

No my friend only Axar patel's house has solar in their area

Electricity down 4 hours every Saturday or most time on Sunday

Axar had SCOTTY/BIKE long before now his house drive way has Foreign car with driver.he hardly seen in the city always in punjab for practice during IPL

I never seen him outside now In the city