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Sadagopan Ramesh A Classy Left Hand Batsman

Sadagoppan Ramesh – A Classy Left Handed Batsman

Many of you may not know about who the first Indian cricketer is to take a wicket off his first ball in ODI. It is surprising to see the name of Sadagoppan Ramesh, who was a left-handed opening batsman...

Lala Amarnath – The Grand Old Man of Indian Cricket

Lala Amarnath was the original rebel of Indian cricket who became its grand old man, writes Haresh Pandya. He scored brilliant centuries bowled, kept wicket, and fielding in a manner that belied his build. Lala Amarnath played for India...
Abey Kuruvilla

Abey Kuruvilla – The Tallest Fast Bowler to Play for India

Abey Kuruvilla is a 6ft 6in tall fast bowler who was born on 8 August 1968. He is a former Indian pace bowler of the mid-1990s. Abey Kuruvilla's notable thing was his height and broad frame. He grew up...
Morappakam Josyam Gopalan

Morappakkam Gopalan – The Man Sent Down First Ball in Ranji Trophy

Morappakkam Gopalan had once been the world’s oldest surviving cricketer finally died in Madras on December 21, 2004.  As per official record date of Birth of Morappakkam Gopalan June 6, 1909, making them 94. But he said in an...
Subhash Gupte India’s best spin bowlers bowled flighted leg breaks and googlies to take 149 wickets in 36 Test matches at an average of 29.55

Subhash Gupte – India’s Greatest Spin Bowler of 1950’s

Subhash Gupte was born in December 1929, was few months past 72 when he died. Fergie, as he was known in his playing days, is survived by his wife Carol and two children. Subhash Gupte commanded only the highest...
Former Indian wicket keeper Naren Tamhane died in Mumbai on March 19, 2002. He was suffering a prolonged battle with cancer. He played 21 Test scoring 225.

Naren Tamhane – Finest Indian Wicket Keeper of 1950’s

Former Indian wicketkeeper Naren Tamhane died in Mumbai on March 19, 2002. He was suffering a prolonged battle with cancer. Tamhane 70, is survived with his wife and two sons. He had been fighting the disease for the past...

Historical Moments of Bangalore Test Match 1987

This is a picture with historic significance in the history of Pakistan Cricket. You can recall the glorious moment when wicketkeeper Saleem Yousuf scooped up the ball coming off the bat of Maninder Singh, giving Iqbal Qasim yet another...
Masood Salahuddin one of oldest living first class cricketer in Indo-Pakistan breathed his last on the night of March 22, 2006 after a brief illness in Lahore at the age of 90 years and 88 days.

Masood Salahuddin – One of Oldest Indo-Pak First-Class Cricketer

Masood Salahuddin one of the oldest living first-class cricketers in Indo-Pakistan breathed his last on the night of March 22, 2006, after a brief illness in Lahore at the age of 90 years and 88 days. Masood was born...
Kapil Dev was the first bowler in the history of the game, by getting more than 400 test wickets and the first player to get 200 wickets in ODI format.

Kapil Dev- The Greatest Indian Cricketer 1978–94

India has been blessed with many great batsmen and spin bowlers. But they have often suffered from a shortage of great fast bowlers and all-rounders. So, Kapil Dev had one of each. Kapil Dev Ram Lal Nikhanj was indeed...

Chandu Sarwate – One of Longest First Class Career in India

Chandrasekhar Trimbak Sarwate born on July 22, 1920, in Madhya Pradesh, India. Chandu Sarwate was a former Indian Test player and national selector. He has died in Indore on December 23, 2003, following a protracted illness. Chandu Sarwate represented...

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Agha Saadat Ali – Right Handed Batsman

Agha Saadat Ali was born on 21 June 1929 in Lahore Punjab. Agha Saadat, who played one Test for Pakistan against New Zealand in...

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