Former India participant SR Patil lifeless


Mumbai: Former India participant Sadashiv Raoji Patil, who represented the nation in a single Test match, died at his residence in Kolhapur as we speak. He was 86. “Patil, a medium-pacer, had made an instant impact on his First-Class debut for Maharashtra in the 1952-53 season,” BCCI stated in a launch. “He earned the prized India Test cap (No. 79) when he made his debut against the visiting New Zealand team in 1955.” Patil performed 36 First-Class matches for Maharashtra from 1952-1964, scoring 866 runs and taking 83 wickets. He had additionally captained Maharashtra within the Ranji Trophy. PTI



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