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Rajasthan Royals win against Royal Challengers Bangalore

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, April 16, 2012 at 4:10 AM

The Rajasthan Royals emblem
Thanks to Ajinkya Rahane's century and Owais Shah's 60, Rajasthan Royals made up a good total of a 195 runs. It was Ajinkya Rahane who stole the show with his maiden IPL hundred which he missed a few weeks ago at 98runs in the first match of the IPL.

Siddharth Trivedi and Pankaj Singh were the pick of the bowlers who departed most of the dangerous bastsmen like Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle.

Dravid my role model Rahane

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , , | Posted On at 3:59 AM

Ajinkya Rahane after his maiden T20 century.
Ajinkya Rahane is on cloud nine, after 98 in the first match and then the century against the Bangalore Royal Challengers today. His century came in just 60 balls , which was one of the best T20 innings we have ever seen. He clearly has sent a message to the team selectors, and he will probably be a regular player in upcoming tournaments that have the Indian team. Rahane will go places if he continues this form.

We were extremely proud when Rahane was asked who his Mentor was and his immediate reply was Rahul Dravid, he said that it was an honor to playing with his role-model Rahul Dravid. Well done Kiddo. All the very best.

Rajasthan Royals put up a fight against Mumbai Indians

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | | Posted On Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 4:34 PM

The Rajasthan Royals lead by Rahul Dravid, put up a fight against the Mumbai Indians and in the end losing by 28 runs in a well contested match. Winning the toss Dravid selected to field, but sadly the decision was proved wrong as Mumbai went on to make 197 runs in 20 overs thanks to some hard hitting by Kieron Pollard. In reply Rajasthan lost an early wicket in Dravid who only managed to score 3 runs in the second over. Another wicket fell soon after and then there was a pretty good partnership going between Orange cap holder Ajinkya Rahane and Owais Shah before Rahane got out for 40. Rahane played beautiful and still holds the orange cap.

Owais Shah then went on to make a 76 which at one point looked dangerous to Mumbai Indians and came Mallinga and cleaned shah up. Which pretty much ended the game, Ashok Meneria gave a shot but failed and wickets fell soon after Meneria's dismissal.

We are proud that Rajasthan Royals a team with no big names lead by RD gave a scare to Mumbai Indians.

Rajasthan Royals on top of IPL table

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, April 09, 2012 at 4:13 AM

Dravid hooks Brett Lee for a six in his knock of 28.

Dravid's captaincy again proved good as Rajasthan Royals again beat Kolkata Night Riders. The Royals managed 164/5 in the 20 overs, where Dravid scored a 26 with two super sixes and fours. It was Hodge and Ashok Meneria who stole the show they scored 44 and 40 respectively. O Shah played a quick 23 which helped royals to cross their lucky 160. The Rajasthan Royals have never lost a match where they have scored 160+ batting first.

K Cooper was the pick of the bowlers who took 3 wickets for 28. Amit Singh was on a hatrick but missed out and eventually ended up with 2 for 30. All the bowlers bowled took wickets. With this win Rajasthan are at the top of the IPL 2012 points table with a runrate of 1.350.

Rajasthan Royals beat Kings XI Punjab

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Saturday, April 07, 2012 at 7:00 AM

We congragulate Dravid led Rajasthan Royals team on their first win in the IPL 5 against Kings XI Punjab lead by Adam Gilchrist. RD made 28 runs and did his part to the team, while it was Ajinkya Rahane who stole the show with his 98 who was bowled two short of his maiden IPL Century. The team looks in good shape after the 31 run victory and once Dinesh Chandimal arrives the team would do great.

Dravid leads Rajasthan Royals against KingsXI Punjab today

Posted by Athul Jayachandran | Labels: , | Posted On Friday, April 06, 2012 at 8:55 PM

Captain Fantastic
We wish Rahul Dravid and the Rajasthan Royals all the very best with their first match against the Kings XI Punjab at Jaipur, Royal's home ground. We have two great additions to the team and they are Srilankan sensation Dinesh Chandimal and Karnataka allrounder Binny. We wish them a very good debut and a win for our team.
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