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Vishwanath Ramachandra, the former Ranji Trophy cricketer of Mumbai died

Jan 10, 2014 11:55 IST

Vishwanath Ramachandra (nick named Vishu Bondre), a former Ranji Trophy Cricketer of Mumbai team died on 8 January 2014. He was a right arm medium pacer who has played eight matches of Ranji Trophy for his team, Mumbai, the then Bombay.

His first session in the Ranji Trophy was 1965-66 and second season was 1969-70. The 77 year old Vishu died due to cardiac arrest. During his career as a cricketer, he played as a lower order batsman and a medium fast bowler. For his team of ACC, Shivaji Park Gymkhana and Mumbai, he formed a combination with Ramakant Desai, the former fast bowler of India.

He has played 28 first class matches, which included the then tournaments that have been removed from the list of first class cricket games namely Moin-Ud-Dowla in Hyderabad and Buchi Babu in Chennai.

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