World record defeat in first-class cricket

Mumbai beat Uttarakhand by 725 runs in the Ranji quarter-final which concluded today:

https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/ranji-trophy-2021-22-2022-1280196/mumbai-vs-uttarakhand-2nd-quarter-final-1313304/live-cricket-score

This is the highest margin of defeat by runs in all first-class matches, surpassing the 685 runs margin for NSW v Qld in 1929-30 at Sydney. The existing records can be seen here:

Note that the 675-run margin for England vs Aus in 1928-29 at Brisbane is next on the list.

It can be seen that the Mumbai team included only two (fringe) international players in Prithvi Shaw and Dhawal Kulkarni. The main scorers and wicket-takers are relatively unknown.

In fact, the cricket grounds at Alur are situated at a rather remote part of greater Bengaluru, near Chikkabanavara:

200 or more in last first-class match

These are the players who scored 200 or more in their last first-class match in the 2017 season or earlier.

# = Test player

Arranged in order of scores.

313* SS Agarwal 2013

241* AH Bakewell # 1936

220 NF Mitchell 1926-27

217 RC Fredericks # 1982-83

207 NF Callaway 1914-15 (Only f-c match and innings)

207 IJ Siedle # 1936-37

206 PA de Silva # 2002 (In a Test).

203* ND McKenzie # 2014-15

200* AC MacLaren # 1922-23

200* Moin Khan # 2005-06

Main reference: https://stats.acscricket.com/Records/First_Class/Overall/Batting/Hundred_in_Last_Match.html

More about SS Agarwal:

https://www.espncricinfo.com/england/content/player/454685.html

and the match in which he scored his farewell century:

https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/18121/scorecard/601764/cambridge-university-vs-oxford-university-varsity-match-university-match-2013

While he played all his first-class cricket in England, he had earlier studied at the Doon School in Dehradun (the class of 2009).