1966–67 Ranji Trophy

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1966-67 Ranji Trophy
Ranji trophy.jpg
The Ranji Trophy, which the winners get.
Cricket formatFirst-class cricket
Tournament format(s)League and knockout
Most runsHanumant Singh (Rajasthan) (869)[1]
Most wicketsB. S. Chandrasekhar (Mysore) (35)[2]

The 1966–67 Ranji Trophy was the 33rd season of the Ranji Trophy. Bombay won the title defeating Rajasthan in the final. This was the sixth final in seven years between the teams all of which were won by Bombay.


23–27 March 1967
Bombay (H)
284 (144.4 overs)
Hanumant Singh 109
Arun Varde 3/34
586/7 decl (171 overs)
Dilip Sardesai 199, Manohar Hardikar 108, R. G. Nadkarni 103
Chandrasekhar Joshi 4/182
445/7 decl (168 overs)
Hanumant Singh 213*, Suryaveer Singh 132
Dilip Sardesai 2/15
54/2 (14 overs)
Ashok Mankad 25*
Salim Durani 1/13
Bombay won on first innings lead
Brabourne Stadium, Bombay
Umpires: I. Gopalakrishnan and B. Satyaji Rao
  • Bombay won the toss and decided to field
  • Brothers Hanumant Singh and Suryaveer Singh added 176 and 213 in the two innings.
  • Hanumant Singh became the first Indian batsman to score a hundred and double hundred in the same first class match.

Scorecards and averages[edit]


  1. ^ "Ranji Trophy, 1966/67 / Records / Most runs". Retrieved 14 November 2014.
  2. ^ "Ranji Trophy, 1966/67 / Records / Most wickets". Retrieved 14 November 2014.

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