I am at my fittest, and playing my best cricket: Parthiv

I am at my fittest, and playing my best cricket: Parthiv

Gujarat captain delves into the journey to the Ranji title, his years in international wilderness, inspiring youngsters with work ethic and more read more

No target too high in the Virat Kohli era

PRINT RUN: Jadhav’s day under lights, the running of the BCCI, a tell-all book by read more

Time to stop hitting snooze: Mumbai's wake-up call

They had an untroubled march to the final, but a total shake-up of the mind, and read more

Not luck, just pluck: How Parthiv and Co put Gujarat on the Ranji map

They won only four matches outright this season, but it was a street-smart bunch that proved read more

Parthiv soaks in record-breaking day in office

I knew that if I get a big score, the guys would rally around me and we would get the runs, says Gujarat captain after Ranji Trophy glory

“Face of Gujarat cricket” – Raman awestruck by Phenomenal Parthiv

A man of lesser steel might have chucked it all away, says the former India opener, now the National Cricket Academy’s chief batting coach

Ranji Trophy Final Digest: Parthiv, Gujarat’s little master

Panchal, Tare, Nayar among the other milestone men as Mumbai suffer rare setback in the title round

Brabourne to host Irani Cup from January 20

Parthiv Patel-led Gujarat will take on Rest of India in the last game of the 2016-17 first-class season

Parthiv masterclass ties up historic Ranji Trophy 2016-17 title for Gujarat

Mumbai fail to hold onto chances as wicketkeeper-captain’s 143 and Juneja’s half-century set up record chase of 312 on final day

Parthiv ton puts Gujarat on the brink of history

Captain's unbeaten 137 leaves his team 27 to get for their maiden Ranji title at tea on final day

We are going to fight it out – Nayar retains hope

Had we played smarter, we could have got a lot more runs a lot quicker than what we did in the end, says Mumbai allrounder

Gujarat need 265 on final day, Mumbai 10 wickets

Nayar’s brilliance helps defending champions score 411 in their second innings before Panchal and Gohel knock off 47 runs from 312-run target

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