Former Saurashtra opener Jitu Shah passes away

Updated on Feb 27, 2020 10:42 PM IST

He was 76. Shah, a left-handed opening batsman, represented Saurashtra from 1965 to 1974 in 19 Ranji Trophy matches scoring 576 runs.

File photo of cricket bat and balls.(Getty Images)
File photo of cricket bat and balls.(Getty Images)
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Former Saurashtra opener Jitendra Shah died of brain stroke in Ahmedabad on Thursday, the Saurashtra Cricket Association informed.

He was 76. Shah, a left-handed opening batsman, represented Saurashtra from 1965 to 1974 in 19 Ranji Trophy matches scoring 576 runs.

His contribution to Saurashtra cricket shall be profoundly remembered, the SCA stated.

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