Last 10 winners of the Ranji Trophy

The Ranji Trophy 2021-22 has finally concluded with Madhya Pradesh winning their maiden Ranji title defeating Mumbai in the finals.

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Ranji Trophy is an annual domestic first-class cricket competition organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and played between the country's state and regional cricket associations.

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Mumbai Ranji Team with the title

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The premier domestic competition named after the first Indian cricketer, Ranjitsinhji, who was also known as 'Ranji', was launched in 1934-35 featuring 15 teams in four zones in a knockout format and has since expanded to a 32-team tournament in the league and knockout format.

The first-ever edition was won by Bombay now known as Mumbai, who have also won the Ranji title the most. Record champions Mumbai have won the Ranji Trophy 41 times so far. Mumbai has also reached the final 47 times.

Karnataka earlier played as Mysore is the second most successful team in the Ranji Trophy, having won the title 8 times and finished runners up 6 times followed by Delhi, who have won the title 7 times and finished as runners-up 8 times.

The Ranji Trophy 2021-22 has finally concluded with Madhya Pradesh winning their maiden Ranji title defeating Mumbai in the finals. However, overall this was MP's fifth Ranji title (previously named Holkar). Let's check out the last 10 winners of the Ranji title.

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Last 10 winners of the Ranji Trophy

Season Winner Runner Up
2021-22 Madhya Pradesh Mumbai
2020-21 Not held due to Covid-19
2019-20 Saurashtra Bengal
2018-19 Vidharbha Saurashtra
2017-18 Vidharbha Delhi
2016-17 Gujarat Mumbai
2015-16 Mumbai Saurashtra
2014-15 Karnataka Tamil Nadu
2013-14 Karnataka Maharashtra
2012-13 Mumbai Saurashtra
2011-12 Rajasthan Tamil Nadu

N.B: Last Updated on 27/06/2022.

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