Vijay Hazare Trophy Winners

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The Vijay Hazare is also called as the Ranji One-Day Trophy is named the famous cricketer Vijay Hazare. It was started in 2002-03 as a limited overs competition between the Ranji Trophy teams and is played in a round-robin and knockout format. It is usually played around October-November.

Zonal Winners
SeasonCentralEastNorthSouthWestMost RunsMost Wickets
2001–02RailwaysOrissaPunjabKarnatakaMumbaiS. Sharma (Himachal Pradesh)A. Dave (Rajasthan), J. Gokulakrishnan (Assam), L. Patel (Gujarat), V. Sharma (Punjab)
2000–01Madhya PradeshOrissaPunjabTamil NaduMumbaiA. Pathak (Andhra Pradesh)V. Raju (Hyderabad), R. Sanghvi (Delhi)
1999–00Madhya PradeshBengalDelhiTamil NaduMumbaiM. Azharuddin (Hyderabad)T. Pawan Kumar (Hyderabad)
1998–99Madhya PradeshBengalPunjabKarnatakaMumbaiV. Bharadwaj (Karnataka)J. Rai (Himachal Pradesh), N. Singh (Hyderabad)
1997–98Madhya PradeshBengalDelhiTamil NaduMumbaiS. Somasunder (Karnataka)R. Sanghvi (Karnataka)
1996–97Madhya PradeshAssamDelhiTamil NaduMumbaiS. Manjrekar (Mumbai)H. Ramkishen (Andhra Pradesh)
1995–96Uttar PradeshBengalHaryanaKarnatakaBombayS. Ramesh (Tamil Nadu)K. Ananthapadmanabhan (Kerala), S. Joshi (Karnataka), S. Mukherjee (Bengal), S. Sharma (Punjab)
1994–95Madhya PradeshBengalPunjabHyderabadMaharashtraA. Sharma (Delhi)A. Sarkar (Bengal)
1993–94Uttar PradeshBengalHaryanaKarnatakaBombayR. Dravid (Karnataka)D. Singh (Haryana)

During the 2002–03 and 2003–04 seasons, a final round-robin stage was held for the top teams in each zone. Since the 2004–05 tournament, a playoff format including semi-finals and a final has been held, with varying formats.
Cup Winners
SeasonWinnerRunnerMost RunsMost Wickets
2019-20Karnataka Tamil Nadu
2018-19Mumbai Delhi Devdutt Padikkal (Karnataka)Pritam Das (Assam)
2017–18Karnataka SaurashtraAbhinav Mukund (Tamil Nadu)Shahbaz Nadeem (Jharkhand)
2016–17Tamil Nadu Bengal Mayank Agarwal (Karnataka)Mohammed Siraj (Hyderabad)
2015–16GujaratDelhiDinesh Karthik (Tamil Nadu)Aswin Crist (Tamil Nadu)
2014–15Karnataka Punjab Mandeep Singh (Punjab)Jasprit Bumrah (Gujarat)
2013–14KarnatakaRailwaysManish Pandey (Karnataka)Abhimanyu Mithun (Karnataka)
2012–13DelhiAssamRobin Uthappa (Karnataka)Vinay Kumar (Karnataka)
2011–12BengalMumbaiRobin Uthappa (Karnataka)Pritam Das (Assam)
2010–11JharkhandGujaratWriddhiman Saha (Bengal)Parvinder Awana (Delhi)
2009–10Tamil Nadu Bengal Ishank Jaggi (Jharkhand)Amit Mishra (Haryana)
2008–09Tamil Nadu Bengal Shreevats Goswami (Bengal)Yo Mahesh (Tamil Nadu)
2007–08SaurashtraBengal Virat Kohli (Delhi)Shoaib Ahmed (Hyderabad)
2006–07Mumbai RajasthanAjinkya Rahane (Mumbai)Vishal Bhatia (Himachal Pradesh)
2005–06RailwaysUttar PradeshWasim Jaffer (Mumbai)D. Tamil Kumaran (Tamil Nadu)
2004–05Tamil Nadu & Uttar Pradesh (shared)V. Sivaramakrishnan (Tamil Nadu)Ranadeb Bose (Bengal), Praveen Kumar (Uttar Pradesh)
2003–04MumbaiBengalDevang Gandhi (Bengal)Sarandeep Singh (Delhi)
2002–03Tamil NaduPunjabNiranjan Godbole (Maharashtra)Iqbal Siddiqui (Maharashtra)