Vijay Hazare Trophy: Gujarat bowled out Goa for 159 and chased down the target in 27.4 overs with half centuries from Priyank Panchal and Bhargav Merai.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel on Wednesday took to Twitter to announce his retirement from all forms of cricket.
Yuvraj Singh evoked lot of interest at the Indian Premier League Auction, before he was snapped up by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 7 crore.
Unmukt Chand slammed a 58-ball 103 to help Delhi post a competitive 170 for five. In reply, Gujarat chased down the target in 17.3 overs, courtesy Priyank Kirit Panchal's unbeaten 68.
Parthiv Patel and Harbhajan Singh were the stars for Gujarat and Punjab respectively in the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy while Karnataka held their nerve in a thrilling win over Mumbai.
Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh flopped while Wriddhiman Saha and Mohammed Shami gave Bengal a dominant win in the opening day of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 tournament on Saturday.
Axarf Patel picked up a career-best 6/43 to help Gujrat set up summit clash with Delhi in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Axar Patel picked up three for 16 to help Gujarat beat Kerala by seven wickets in a low-scoring game in Group B match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy tournament.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni came back to form in the 2015/16 Vijay Hazare Trophy but Jharkhand still failed to pull off a win. Yusuf Pathan blasted his way back to form in the latest round of matches.
Gujarat picked up one point from the drawn encounter with Mumbai to take their tally to 24, the same as Madhya Pradesh. But the latter's net run rate (Minus 0.059) was marginally superior to Gujarat's (Minus 0.092) which took them into quarter-finals. Mumbai and Punjab also qualified from the group.
Akhil Herwadkar in his 326-ball 192 smashed two sixes and 22 boundaries as Mumbai posted a mammoth 531 in their first innings.
After first three days were washed out due to torrential rains, Gujarat were asked to bat first, where Priyank Panchal scored 90.
RP Singh picked up five for 33 in the second innings to guide Gujarat to a 153-run victory over Madhya Pradesh in their Ranji Trophy clash.
Irfan Pathan followed up his six-wicket haul with a fighting half-century during his Ranji Trophy game against Gujarat.
Chasing a 115 for a win, captain Parthiv Patel hammered 62 not out to help Gujarat beat Haryana inside two days.
Captain Harbhajan Singh hit a fiery 25-ball 51 and then bagged two wickets as Punjab beat Gujarat by 29 runs to set up last-eight clash against Railways.
Iqbal Abdulla ended the second innings with bowling figures of five for 44 in addition to his 6/42 in the first innings. He also scored 68 runs (30 in the first innings and 38 in the second) in the low-scoring match.
Resuming at an overnight score of 28 for no loss, Jharkhand suffered a setback in the very first over of the morning losing overnight batsman and opener Rameez Nimat in the fifth delivery.