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Parthasarathy Sharma

Parthasarthy Sharma
Cricket information
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs FC List A
Matches 5 2 152 17
Runs scored 187 20 8614 632
Batting average 18.69 10.00 39.15 45.14
100s/50s -/1 -/- 18/45 3/1
Top score 54 14 206 110*
Balls bowled 24 - 12,621 684
Wickets - - 191 13
Bowling average - - 24.51 32.61
5 wickets in innings - - 6 1
10 wickets in match - n/a 1 n/a
Best bowling - - 6/26 6/29
Catches/stumpings 1/- -/- 145/2 5/-
Source: Cricinfo, 20 March 2014

Parthasarathy Harishchandra Sharma (Hindi: पार्थसारथी शर्मा, Pārthasārathī Sharmā)     (5 January 1948 – 20 October 2010) was an Indian cricketer.

Sharma was born in Alwar, Rajasthan. He played in 5 Tests and 2 ODIs from 1974 to 1977. He played first-class cricket for Rajasthan in the Ranji Trophy from 1962-63 (when he made his debut a few days before his 15th birthday) to 1984-85.

In 1977-78 he captained Rest of India to an innings victory over Bombay in the Irani Cup, scoring 206, his highest score, and taking four wickets.[1] His best bowling figures came against Vidarbha in 1974-75, when he took the first six wickets in the second innings to finish with 6 for 26, then hit the highest score of the match, 54 not out, to give Rajasthan victory by eight wickets.[2]

References

  1. ^ Bombay v Rest of India 1977-78
  2. ^ Vidarbha v Rajasthan 1974-75

External links

  • Parthasarthi Sharma at Cricinfo
  • Parthasarthy Sharma at Cricket Archive
  • "Parthasarathy Sharma: A talented all-rounder" by Abhishek Mukherjee


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