Manohar Hardikar Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

Manohar Hardikar

Manohar Hardikar was an all-rounder who represented the Indian national team in 2 Tests against the West Indies in 1958-59. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break and also a right-arm medium pace bowler. He was born in 1936 in Baroda, Gujarat. He was out to Roy Gilchrist off the very first ball that he faced on his debut Test. He then dismissed Rohan kanhai with his third delivery in Test cricket and went on to score 32 not out and added 85 with G. S. Ramchand that helped save the game for India. He was hit on the head in the very next match. That was the last Test he played for India. He represented Bombay in the domestic competition from 1955/56 to 1967/68. In his first Ranji final for Bombay, he took a career best 8 for 39 against Bengal. He was the captain of Bombay side that won the Ranji trophy in 1965/66 and 1967/68. He passed away in 1995 at the age of 58 years.

Manohar Hardikar

Manohar Hardikar Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

Biography
Born Name Manohar Shankar Hardikar
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Occupation Late Indian cricketer
Personal Life
Date of Birth 8 February 1936
Died 4 February 1995
Place of Birth Baroda, Gujarat, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Indian
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
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Career Highlights
International Debut Test – 28 November 1958 vs West Indies at Mumbai
Domestic/State Team Bombay
Stats No. of Test played – 2
Runs scored: 56; Highest score: 32
Wickets: 1; Best Bowling: 1 for 9
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