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INTER DIVISIONAL

Inter-divisional tournament is the premier domestic championship conducted by MPCA, and is played between teams of all divisional cricket associations. Inter-divisional tournaments have a long history in the journey of cricket in Madhya Pradesh. 

Such tournaments are conducted for men's and women's cricket for all age groups, and have selectorial significance when MPCA teams for National competitions (of BCCI) are selected.

The tournament structure, match format etc. is evaluated frequently and due modifications are introduced to ensure optimum outcome is achieved from the massive exercise.

In 2018-19, following additional tournaments were initiated aiming to introduce competitive playfield for selection of players (probable squad of 22) after the completion of inter-divisional tournament. This 'selection trial round' shall be for all types of multi-day tournaments.  In this leg, three teams (winner of inter-divisional tournament + 2 teams selected from remaining teams ) would play on a league basis. The tournaments are dedicated in the memory of former cricketers from Madhya Pradesh.

Tournament for Men's Sr.           : C  T Sarwate Trophy

Tournament for Boys' U-22         : C  S Nayudu Trophy

Tournament for Boys' U-18         : Bhausaheb Nimbalkar Trophy

Tournament for Boys' U-15         : Bhau Niwsarkar Trophy

Tournament for Boys' U-14         : Rameshwar Pratap Singh Trophy

Details related to each tournament and the winner - runner-up during past six years is produced below for quick glance. 

MEN'S CRICKET

M Y Memorial Trophy

Senior Men's multi-day tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Maharaja Yeshwantrao Holkar.

He was a long time patron of cricket in this region. He was the principal promoter of 'Holkar' team in 1940's. This team dominated India's domestic cricket ciruit between 1940-41 to 1954-55 having won the coveted 'Ranji Trophy' four times and ending as runner-up in 6 finals. 

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Indore

Indore

Rest of MP 'B'

Runner-up

Bhopal

Rest of MP

Rest of MP 'A'

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Rest of MP 'A'

Indore

 Narmadapuram

Runner-up

Rest of MP' B'

Ujjain

 Indore

 

Madhavrao Scindia Trophy

Senior Men's ltd. overs tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. Madhavrao Scindia.

He was an astute administrator of the game. He was the President of MPCA (1982-83 till 2001), and also handled the role as BCCI President (1990-1992). His support and contribution towards betterment of game and players was outstanding. His efforts saw Gwalior emerging as a venue for International matches.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Indore

Indore

Ujjain

Runner-up

Sagar

Rewa

Indore

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Gwalior

Indore

 Indore

Runner-up

Bhopal

Narmadapuram

Narmadapuram

 

J N Bhaya Trophy

Senior Men's T20 tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. Jamshed Nusserwanji Bhaya.

He represented Holkar team in Ranji Trophy and played 69 first class matches. After his retirement from cricket, he also served MPCA in capacity of the Hon. Treasurer (1977-84)

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Rewa and Sagar

Joint Winners

Rewa

Gwalior

Runner-up

Bhopal

Bhopal

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Bhopal

Not held

Indore 

Runner-up

Gwalior

Bhopal 

 

Parmanandbhai Patel Trophy

Boy's U/23 multi-day tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. 'Rajashri' Parmanand Patel.

He represented Madhya Pradesh in Ranji Trophy. He also served MPCA as the President between 1961 to 1965. He contributed significantly in the advancement of cricket in MP and particulalry Jabalpur region.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

(played for Boy's U/17)

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Bhopal

Indore

Rest of MP 'B'

Runner-up

Indore

Sagar

Rest of MP 'A'

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Indore

Bhopal

 Indore

Runner-up

Rest of MP 'B'

Indore

Shahdol 

 

Boy's U/23 Ltd. Overs Tournament

Winner & Runner-up (tournament started in 2017-18)

 

 

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

 

Indore

Indore 

Runner-up

 

Gwalior

Ujjain 

 

Hiralal Gaekwad Trophy

Boy's U-18 multi-day tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. Hiralal Gaekwad.

He represented India in one Test - against Pakistan in 1952-53. As a left-arm spin bowler, his first-class career for Holkar team was very impressive with more than 100 games and 375 wickets to his credit.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Indore

Rest of MP

Indore

Runner-up

Gwalior

Sagar

Ujjain

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Indore

Indore

Gwalior 

Runner-up

Rest of MP 'B'

Bhopal

 Indore

 

S M Khan Trophy

Boy's U-18 ltd. overs tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. Shafquat Mohd. Khan.

He was into administration of cricket for a long time and contributed significantly for cricket of Bhopal division. He also served MPCA as the Joint Secretary from 1988 to 1996, followed by being the Vice President for few more terms.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Rewa

Gwalior

Gwalior

Runner-up

Gwalior

Jabalpur

Shahdol

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Indore

Gwalior

 Indore

Runner-up

Jabalpur

Bhopal

 Narmadapuram

 

Major M M Jagdale Trophy

Boy's U-15 multi-day tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Major M M alias Balasaheb Jagdale.

His contribution to cricket in Madhya Pradesh is exceptional. He was a 'first class' cricketer, went on to become a coach and was active for several years, followed by playing roles like state selector, National selector, Hon. Secretary of MPCA.   

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Rest of MP

Rest of MP

Gwalior

Runner-up

Indore

Indore

Rest of MP 'A'

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Gwalior

Indore

 Chambal

Runner-up

Indore

Gwalior

 Bhopal

 

A W Kanmadikar Trophy

Boy's U-14 multi-day tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late 'Judge' Anant Wagesh Kanmadikar.

A 'Judge' by profession, he was reckoned as one of the finest cricket administrators in India. Along with his association with MPCA in capacities of Honorary Secretary (1969 -1977), Chairman (1977 – 1998), he was the Honorary Joint Secretary of BCCI (1975 – 1980), Honorary Secretary (1980 – 1985), Vice President (1990 – 1993). He was the Organising Secretary of the World Cup 1987 that was jointly hosted by India and Pakistan. He also played pivotal role in formation of Asian Cricket Council in 1983 and was the first Honorary Secretary of ACC.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Indore

Indore

Indore

Runner-up

Chambal

Bhopal

Gwalior

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Indore

Bhopal and Gwalior

Joint Winners

 Indore

Runner-up

Chambal

 Chambal

 

C T Sarwate Trophy

(Senior Men's)

 

Dedicated in the memory of Late Chandrashekhar (Chandu) Sarwate.

Born at Sagar (MP), He played 9 Tests for India during 1946 to 1951 and 171 first-class matches between 1936 to 1968. He scored 7430 runs and took 494 wickets as a spin bowler in his first-class career. He also happens to be one of the 6 batsmen who created a world record while playing for Holkar team against Mysore (Yeshwant Club from 2 – 5 March 1946) when each scored a century in same innings. He scored 101 for the team before the innings was declared at 912/8. His name also features in the record books for second-highest 10th wicket partnership in first-class match when, as a part of Indian team touring England in May 1946, he (at no. 10) and Shute Banerjee (no. 11) amassed 249 runs against Surrey at The Oval. Shute Banerjee scored 127 while CT Sarwate remained unbeaten on 124. Post his stint in competitive cricket, he was devotedly associated with MPCA's administration handling the responsibility as a Hon. Treasurer (1969-75), Hon. Jt. Secretary (1977-80), Hon. Secretary (1980-85), and Vice President (2002-04). He was also a member of National Selection Committee of India between 1980 – 83, besides being a member of Junior Selection Committee of India from 1968 to 1971 and also in 1983-84.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2018-19

 

 

Winner

Rest of MP 'A' 

 

 

Runner-up

 Narmadapuram

 

 

 

C S Nayudu Trophy

(Boys U-23)

Dedicated in the memory of Late Cottari Nayudu.

He played 11 Tests for India during 1934 to 1952 and 174 first-class matches between 1931 to 1961. He took 647 wickets as a legbreak bowler and scored 5786 runs in his first-class career.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2018-19

 

 

Winner

 Indore

 

 

Runner-up

 Rest of MP 'B'

 

 

 

Bhausaheb Nimbalkar Trophy

(Boys U-18)

Dedicated in the memory of Late Bhausaheb Nimbalkar.

He was an integral part of the Holkar team. In his first-class career of 80 matches, he scored 4841 runs and captured 58 wickets as a fast bowler. His name is inked in the history of Indian first-class cricket for his unbeaten knock of 443 runs (playing for Maharashtra against Kathiawar in a Ranji Trophy match at Pune in 1948-49). He was very close to go beyond the then record of Don Bradman (452). Incongruously, the captain of Kathiawar conceded the match at this stage and the erstwhile record could not be surpassed. Yet, the record for highest score in first-class cricket by an Indian contines to be in his name even in 2019 i.e. almost 70 years after his majestic knock. He also happens to be one of the 6 batsmen who created a world record while playing for Holkar team against Mysore (Yeshwant Club from 2 – 5 March 1946) when each scored a century in same innings. He scored 142 for the team before the innings was declared at 912/8.  

Winner & Runner-up

 

2018-19

 

 

Winner

Rest of MP 'A' 

 

 

Runner-up

 Gwalior

 

 

 

Bhau Niwsarkar Trophy

(Boys U-15)

Dedicated in the memory of Late N R (Bhau) Niwsarkar.

He was the wicket keeper of Holkar, Madhya Bharat, and Madhya Pradesh teams in the Ranji Trophy circuit. In his first-class career of 46 matches, he also scored 1875 runs to be recokned as a dependable batsman.  

Winner & Runner-up

 

2018-19

 

 

Winner

Rest of MP 'A' 

 

 

Runner-up

 Chambal

 

 

 

Rameshwar Pratap Singh Trophy

(Boys U-14)

Dedicated in the memory of Shri. Rameshwar Pratap Singh.

He is reckoned to be a significant prodigy of the then Holkar Team, having played 20 first-class matches for Holkar between 1942-43 and 1954-55. He happens to be one of the 6 batsmen who created a world record while playing for Holkar team against Mysore (Yeshwant Club from 2 – 5 March 1946) when each scored a century in same innings. He scored 100 for the team before the innings was declared at 912/8. He is the recepient of MPCA's Lifetime Achievement Award for the year 2015-16.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2018-19

 

 

Winner

 Rest of MP 'B'

 

 

Runner-up

 Indore

 

 

 

WOMEN'S CRICKET

J S Anand Trophy

Senior Women's ltd. overs tournament

Dedicated in the memory of Late Shri. Jagjeet Singh Anand.

He was an ardent follower of game and served MPCA as a benefactor for several years. He handled the responsibility of developing MPCA's own cricket stadium at Indore and dedicated his time, resources and social connect to ensure the stadium took the desired shape with bare minimum funds at disposal.

Winner & Runner-up

 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Winner

Indore

Indore

Indore and Gwalior

Joint Winners

Runner-up

Bhopal

Gwalior

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Indore

Gwalior

 Indore

Runner-up

Gwalior

Bhopal

 Jabalpur

 

Girl's U/19 Ltd. overs Tournament

Winner & Runner-up (tournament started in 2016-17)

 

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

Chambal

Indore

Bhopal 

Runner-up

Narmadapuram

Shahdol

Narmadapuram

 

Girl's U/16 Ltd. overs Tournament

Winner & Runner-up (tournament started in 2017-18)

 

 

2017-18

2018-19

Winner

 

Indore

Bhopal 

Runner-up

 

Gwalior

 Sagar

 

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