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Triple century in Ranji Trophy: Full list of Ranji Trophy triple centuries

Rishikesh Sharma
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Triple century in Ranji Trophy: Full list of Ranji Trophy triple centuries

Full list of Ranji Trophy triple centuries: The SportsRush brings you the list of all the triple-centurion of Ranji Trophy history.

The Ranji Trophy 2022 has started with a band, and we have seen some incredible performances till now in the tournament. Debutant Yash Dhull scored a brilliant century for Delhi on his FC Debut.

Ajinkya Rahane also scored a century for Mumbai, whereas Sarfaraz Khan also had a memorable hundred. However, the Sakibul Gani of Bihar stole all the credits.

Sakibul Gani broke some incredible records on 18 February 2022. He was on his debut FC game, and he scored the highest ever score by a debutant in the Ranji Trophy history. He broke the record of Madhya Pradesh’s Ajay Rohera who scored 267 runs on debut in 2018/19 Ranji Trophy season.

Sakibul Gani was involved in a 500+ stand with Babul Kumar. Babul Kumar also scored a double century in the game.

Full list of Ranji Trophy triple centuries

Sakibul Gani became the 47th triple-centurion in the history of the Ranji Trophy. Ravindra Jadeja has scored the most amount of Ranji Trophy triple-centuries, whereas there are also some prolific names like VVS Laxman, Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, etc.

S No.PlayerScoreAgainstYear
1Vijay Hazare (Maharashtra)316*Baroda1940
2Vijay Merchant (Bombay)359*Maharashtra1943
3Gul Mohammad (Baroda)319Holkar1947
4B.B. Nimbalkar (Maharashtra)443*Kathiawar1948
5Ajit Wadekar (Bombay)323Mysore1967
6Sunil Gavaskar (Bombay)340Bengal1982
7Abdul Azeem (Hyderabad)303*Tamil Nadu1986
8Woorkeri Raman (Tamil Nadu)313Goa1989
9Arjan Kripal Singh (Tamil Nadu)302*Goa1989
10Sanjay Manjrekar (Bombay)377Hyderabad1991
11M.V. Sridhar (Hyderabad)366Andhra Pradesh1994
12Raman Lamba (Delhi)312Himachal Pradesh1994
13Wasim Jaffer (Mumbai)314Saurashtra1996
14VVS Laxman (Hyderabad)301*Bihar1998
15Devang Gandhi (Bengal)323Assam1998
16Pankaj Dharmani (Punjab)305*Jammu and Kashmir1999
17VVS Laxman (Hyderabad)353Karnataka2000
18Dinesh Mongia (Punjab)308*Jammu and Kashmir2000
19Shiv Sunder Das (Orissa)300*Jammu and Kashmir2006
20Sreekumar Nair (Kerala)306*Services2007
21Abhinav Mukund (Tamil Nadu)300*Maharashtra2008
22Chesteshwar Pujara (Saurashtra)302*Orissa2008
23Wasim Jaffer (Mumbai)301Saurashtra2009
24Sunny Singh (Haryana)312Madhya Pradesh2009
25Rohit Sharma (Mumbai)309*Gujarat2009
26Aakash Chopra (Rajasthan)301*Maharashtra2010
27Ravindra Jadeja (Saurashtra)314Orissa2011
28Kedar Jadhav (Maharashtra)327Uttar Pradesh2012
29Ravindra Jadeja (Saurashtra)303*Gujarat2012
30Ravindra Jadeja (Saurashtra)331Railways2012
31Chesteshwar Pujara (Saurashtra)352Karnataka2013
32Taruwar Kohli (Punjab)300*Jharkhand2013
33KL Rahul (Karnataka)337Uttar Pradesh2015
34KS Bharat (Andhra Pradesh)308Goa2015
35Karun Nair (Karnataka)328Tamil Nadu2015
36Swapnil Gujale (Maharashtra)351*Delhi2016
37Rishabh Pant (Delhi)308Maharashtra2016
38Sagun Kamat (Goa)304Services2016
39Priyank Panchal (Gujarat)314*Punjab2016
40Samit Gohel (Gujarat)359*Odisha2016
41Prashant Chopra (Himachal Pradesh)338Punjab2017
42Hanuma Vihari (Andhra)302*Odisha2017
43Mayank Agarwal (Karnataka)304*Maharashtra2017
44Puneet Bisht (Meghalaya)343Sikkim2019
45Manoj Tiwary (Bengal)303*Hyderabad2020
46Sarafaraz Khan (Mumbai)301*Uttar Pradesh2020
47Sakibul Gani (Bihar)341Mizoram2022

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Rishikesh Sharma

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An engineering graduate and an ardent sports fan, Rishikesh Sharma is covering cricket for three years now after not making peace with a corporate life and has written more than 5000 articles. While Sourav Ganguly made him fall in love with the sport, Brendon McCullum and Gautam Gambhir enhanced it. Apart from cricket, Rishikesh is a huge fan of Liverpool FC. When not watching sports, you will find him riding around Jaipur.

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