11. Yash Thakur (Vidarbha)

Thakur was one of the two bowlers to pick both four-wicket and five-wicket hauls in the tournament. His best bowling efforts came against Himachal Pradesh in a group game. Thakur picked five wickets in nine overs while giving away 53 runs. His spell even consisted of a maiden over.

10. Shivam Mavi (Uttar Pradesh)

Shivam Mavi picked 15 wickets in seven matches at an average of 17.2, an economy of 4.38, and a strike rate of 23.5 in VHT this season. He finished the tournament as the leading wicket-taker for Uttar Pradesh.

9. Ragupathy Silambarasan (Tamil Nadu)

Ragupathy Silambarasan made his List A debut during the last edition of the Vijay Hazare Trophy. He finished this season as the second-highest wicket-taker for Tamil Nadu. Silambarasan picked 15 wickets in seven matches at an average of 16.60, an economy of 4.77, and a strike rate of 20.8.

8. Washington Sundar (Tamil Nadu)

Washington Sundar picked 16 wickets in eight matches at an average of 17.93, an economy of 4.77, and a strike rate of 22.5 this season. His economical bowling helped Tamil Nadu reach the final of the tournament.

7. Rishi Dhawan (captain) (Himachal Pradesh)

Rishi made 458 runs in eight matches at an average of 76.33 and a strike rate of 127.22. His job was to finish the games for HP, which he did perfectly. Rishi made five half-centuries in this edition of Vijay Hazare Trophy.

6. Rinku Singh (Uttar Pradesh)

Rinku Singh ended his VHT journey this year as the leading run-scorer for Uttar Pradesh. He made 379 runs in seven matches at an average of 94.75 and a strike rate of 89.17. Rinku hit one century and four half-centuries in the tournament.

5. Venkatesh Iyer (Madhya Pradesh)

Iyer made 379 runs in six matches at an average of 63.16 and a strike rate of 133.92. He hit two centuries and one half-century in the tournament. The all-rounder also picked nine wickets at an average of 30.66, an economy of 5.75, and a strike rate of 32.

4. Prerak Mankad (Saurashtra)

Prerak Mankad had an excellent tournament with both the bat and the ball. He made 376 runs in seven matches at an average of 94 and a strike rate of 114.98. Mankad hit one century and two half-centuries in the tournament. He also picked five wickets for Saurashtra.

3. KS Bharat (wicketkeeper) (Andhra)

KS Bharat played a brilliant cameo for the Indian team during the first Test against New Zealand. He was asked to keep the wickets in the absence of Wriddhiman Saha. Bharat showed why he is regarded as one of the safest pair of hands behind the stumps in the domestic circuit.

2. Prashant Chopra (Himachal Pradesh)

Chopra’s highest score came against Uttar Pradesh during the first quarter-final. He made 99 runs and helped the team win the match by five wickets. Chopra was the second-highest run-scorer for his team after Rishi Dhawan, who scored just two more runs than him.

1. Ruturaj Gaikwad (Maharashtra)

Ruturaj Gaikwad completed his dominant run in domestic cricket with the Vijay Hazare Trophy. He made 603 runs in just five matches at an unbelievable average of 150.75 and a strike rate of 112.92. Ruturaj slammed four centuries in the tournament.