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Off Season Round Up

Follow all RCB stars across the various Domestic circuits as well as International Circuits

Watch this space throughout the time in lead up to IPL-3 for all the updates on your favorite RCB stars.
We at RCB want to keep you update with every scintillating innings a RCB batsman plays and every breathtaking spell a RCB bolwer bowls :)
Here is the first of the many updates. Enjoy :cheese:

Ranji Round-up:
The business end of Indian domestic season has begun with the reputed Ranji Trophy taking place across the country. We at RCB will follow our stars during the whole tourney and give all our fans an update about their performances.

Tops:
To start off with Karnataka played against UP at Meerut and our RCBian heroes didn’t disappoint. Manish Pandey struck a mammoth 194 and 33 while Rahul Dravid scored 97 and a quickfire 51* (44). A new bowling star for Karnatka and RCB was born with A Mithun (remember this tall lanky guy who played in IPL-2 match against Mumbai Indians), picking up a Hat-trick on debut as well as a total match haul of a whopping 11 wickets. He literally broke the back of UP batting line-up won the game for Karnataka. A RCBian in UP side was Bhuvneshwar Kumar who performed well with both bat and ball.
Pankaj Singh playing from Rajasthan put in a match winning performance by picking up 11 wickets in the match.

Flops:
Wasim Jaffer Captaining Mumbai could manage just 4 runs though under his leadership Mumbai got a first innings lead and thus 3 points over Punjab.
Rajesh Bishnoi was out without scoring in both innings.


Summary of performances from Ranji:
1st Innings 2nd Innings
From Karnataka
Manish Pandey 194 (242) 35 (18)
Rahul Dravid 97 (185) 51 (44)
Robin Uttappa 0 56 (82)
Balchandra Akhil 28 (49) 33 (23)
Abhimanyu Mithun 6/86 5/95 (including a hat-trick)
R Vinay Kumar 2/91 1/51
Sunil Joshi 0/21 2/16
Udit Patel 1/31 1/51

From UP
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4/109 & 10 runs 1/52 & 63(84) runs

From Rajasthan
Pankaj Singh 4/44 7/64

Overseas Player Domestic Round-up:
Along with the Indian domestic season, other country domestic seasons too are alive and kicking . Here is a summary of the RCB players from there:

Roelof van der Merwe 1 run & 8-0-47-2 (Titans Vs Eagles - 40 over match)
Dale Steyn 4 runs & 8-0-36-4 (Titans Vs Eagles - 40 over match)
Both the players belong to Titans and they won the match by 14 runs.

International Round-up:
Four of our players are involved in two series being played. Here is a quick stat report on their performance till now. While PK and Virat have fared pretty well, Cameroon White has stood out in the Aussie middle order. Ross Taylor no matter how many ducks you score you still will remain our hero :-) . He is yet to fire in the series against Pakistan but believe me when he does, we all will surely know about it.

Mat Inns Runs HS Ave Wkts Eco
Praveen Kumar 6 5 120 54* 40.00 4 5.74
Virat Kohli 2 2 40 30 20.00 - -
Cameroon White 6 6 218 62 36.33 - -
Ross Taylor 3 3 44 44 14.66 - -
-Mat-Matches Inns-Innings Runs-Runs Scored HS-Highest Score Ave-Average Wkts-Wickets Taken Eco-Economy

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Dude this one was the First Match round up of matches held between Nov 1-3.
The second round updates of matches which ended today will be up by tomo :) Jaffer boys innings will surely be a part of it.
About the table part I am new to blogging tool so didnt know how to put up the tables :(. Will contact nidhi or other guys and get it right in the next post :)
Aak on 14 Nov 2009, 09:19 AM
Dude, must say good all round info you've gt fr us..grt job at tht...but don't agree with the Wasim Jaffer flopshow...he scored a 165* against Orissa playing here in Mumbai today....so plz update tht...n fr d rest of d stats i think u shld spk to Nidhi or someone else so that u can put them in a table...otherwise understandin it becomes a lil difficult...all in all a good job!! Keep it up
Ragers on 14 Nov 2009, 07:39 AM