Who Would Have Thought It – Kallicharran’s all-round stunner

Alvin Kallicharran was one of the pivots of the West Indian batting line-up through the 1970s. In an international career from 1971-72 to 1980-81, the diminutive Guyanese left-hander scored 4399 runs at 44.43 in 66 Tests, besides 826 runs at 34.41 in 31 ODIs. He also enjoyed a distinguished domestic career, with most of his […]

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Specials – Manek Bajana: The Parsi batsman who played for Somerset

  Manek Pallon Bajana was one of the most promising Parsi cricketers of his time. But interestingly, he never played a first-class match for the Parsis nor for any other team on Indian soil. Instead, he devoted almost his entire playing career to Somerset in the County Championship.   ‘Prince’ Bajana, a solidly-built right-handed batsman, […]

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