The side will be a little weakened without these top cricketers.
Shankar injured himself while playing against Gujarat.
Natarajan was awarded the Man of the Match for his miserly spell.
MRF head coach M. Senthilnathan will accompany the two fast-bowlers.
A chance to engage himself with Australian Coaches National Cricket Centre in Brisbane would have done him a lot of good in bolstering his skills as a pace bowler.
Following Gujarat’s maiden Ranji Trophy triumph under the able leadership of Parthiv Patel, the Rest of India squad was announced for the upcoming Irani Trophy from 20th January at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. The team consists of some big names, none bigger than captain Cheteshwar Pujara. The Saurashtra batsman who is an integral part […]
Former Australian pace bowler Glenn McGrath who is the chief of the MRF Pace Foundation in India expressed that he was happy to watch the performance of Tamil Nadu pace duo Aswin Crist and K. Vignesh in India’s premier first-class tournament Ranji Trophy this season. Both the bowlers had earlier trained under McGrath and their […]