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Mary Kom Profile Family & Personal Life - Boxer Mary Kom Wiki

Indian Boxer Mary Kom wiki profile biography life details, Mary Kom Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Boxer Mary Kom Family Father Mother Wife Children Son Daughter Boxer Mary Kom Qualification Educations School College Name Mary Kom Early life Personal Secret life Professional Educational Life Mary Kom latest news.
Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom (Mary Kom) was born in Kangathei village of Manipur (North East India) and had keen interest in athletics from her childhood days. Pride of India Mary Kom is the only women boxer till date to win several medals not only in National Boxing championships but also at International level. Recently Indian Women Boxer Mary Kom won a prestigious medal in 2012 London Olympics in Women's Boxing.

Boxer Mary Kom – Biography & Educational Professional Life Details
Original / Real Name of Boxer Mary Kom: - Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom.

Nick Name of Boxer Mary Kom: - Magnificent Mary, Queen Mary.

Birthday of Boxer Mary Kom: - 1st March 1983 (Age of Mary Kom is 29 as on 2012).

Boxer Mary Kom House Address: - Mary Kom born & brought up at Kangathei village of Churachandpur which is nearly 50km far from Imphal in Manipur [North-Eastern State of India]. After her continuous success & achievements in Boxing at International level, Government has awarded Mary Kom a house at Langole Games Village in Imphal (Manipur).

Boxer Mary Kom Family Background: - Father name of Boxer Mary Kom is Mangte Tonpa Kom, Mother name of Boxer Mary Kom is Mangte Akham Kom, Brother name of Boxer Mary Kom is Mangte Khupreng Kom, Sister name of Boxer Mary Kom is Mangte Ahan Kom, Husband name of Boxer Mary Kom is K Onler Kom, Children names of Boxer Mary Kom are Rechungvar & Khupneivar. Indian Women Boxer Mary Kom born to Mangte Tonpa Kom & Mangte Akham Kom who worked in Jhum fields [farmer] at Kangathei village of Manipur. Since, Mary Kom is the eldest daughter; she used to help her parents in fields by cutting woods, making charcoal etc during her childhood days.

Height of Boxer Mary Kom: - 5’ 2” height.

Boxer Mary Kom Educational Qualification: - Mary Kom completed her primary school education from Loktak Christian Model High School of Moirang [up to Class-VI] & admitted to St. Xavier’s School of Moirang [up to Class-VIII] followed by Adimjati High School of Imphal. Mary Kom completed her educational life from Churachandpur College where she completed her Graduation.

Marital Status of Boxer Mary Kom: - Boxer Mary Kom married to Onler Kom on 12th March 2005 and they have twin sons.

Occupation of Mary Kom: - Mary Kom is a sportsperson. She is the champion boxer. She also works in the rank of DSP [Police Officer].

Boxing Coach Names of Mary Kom: - Indian Women Boxer Mary Kom was trained under the SAI’s famous boxing coaches ‘Kishen’ and ‘Ebomcha Singh’.

Favorites Likings of Boxer Mary Kom Unknown Secrets & Personal choices: - Mary Kom has quite a few pets at home. She has a German shepherd dog named ‘Bruno’ and has few more pets named ‘Skubi’, ‘Dolly’, ‘Steffi’. Indian Women Boxer Mary Kom has started a Boxing Academy at Imphal (Manipur) to provide professional training to the aspiring boxers both boys & girls.

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Pinki Pramanik Athlete Profile Career & Wiki – Police Cases on Pinki Pramanik

Athlete Pinki Pramanik wiki profile biography life details, Pinki Pramanik Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Athlete Pinki Pramanik Family Father Mother husband Children Son Daughter Athlete Pinki Pramanik Qualification Educations School College Name Pinki Pramanik professional Career Awards Achievements Athlete Pinki Pramanik Early Personal Secret Professional Educational Life works occupation Pinki Pramanik latest news updates information.
Bengal Woman Athlete Pinki Pramanik is one of the renowned Indian Track Athlete specially known for 400-metres & 800-metres track. Woman Athlete Pinki Pramanik has won several Medals in Domestic & International track events. Let's check out few details about Pinki Pramanik below.

Athlete Pinki Pramanik – Biography & Educational Professional Life Details

Birthday of Athlete Pinki Pramanik: - 10th April 1986 [Age of Bengal Athlete Pinki Pramanik is 26 years as on April 2012].

Athlete Pinki Pramanik House Address: - Born & brought up at Tilkodi area of Baghmundi Village in Purulia district of West Bengal. Later shifted to her Flat located at Baguiati, Kolkata.


Family background of Pinki Pramanik: - Father name of Pinki Pramanik is Durga Charan Pramanik, who is a Truck Driver in profession. Brother names of Pinki Pramanik are Joychand & Dhananjoy Kuiri. Pinki Pramanik lives in her Kolkata residence and her parents [Father, Mother & Brothers] lives in Baghmundi (Purulia).

Marital Status of Athlete Pinki Pramanik: - Unmarried (Single) as on 2012.

Occupation of Pinki Pramanik: - Sports person [Athlete].

Professional Life Works of Athlete Pinki Pramanik: - Woman athletics Pinki Pramanik came under the spotlight in 2002 when she set four Junior State Records and finally made International debut in the year 2003 in World Youth Championship as a track athlete. Bengal's Athlete Pinki Pramanik won 2 Bronzes at Asian Indoor Athletics Championship as the age of 17 years and then Pinki Pramanik was selected for the IAAF World Cup to represent Asia. Indian Track Athlete Pinki Pramanik has won Gold Medals at Asian Indoor Games in 2005, Silver in 2006 Commonwealth Games followed by Gold Medal at Asian Games in 2006. Pinki Pramanik has also won 3 times at the All India Open National Championships & became very popular face in Indian Track Athletics. 2006 was the most memorable year for Pinki Pramanik because she had completed at triple of Gold Medals at South Asian Games in Relay event, 400m & 800m event. Car accident & a series of injuries took Pinki Pramanik away from participating in competitions (tournaments) since 2007 & she was seldom seen in sporting events.

Achievements Awards of Athlete Pinki Pramanik: -
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Gold Medal in 2006 Asian Indoor Games at Pattaya in 4x400 meter relay race.
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Silver Medal in 2006 Commonwealth Games at Melbourne in 4x400 meter relay race.
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Gold Medal in 2006 Asian Games at Doha in 4x400 meter relay race.
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Gold Medal in 2006 South Asian Games at Colombo (Srilanka) in 4x400 meter relay race.
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Gold Medal in 2006 South Asian Games at Colombo (Srilanka) in 400 meter race.
  • Athlete Pinki Pramanik won Gold Medal in 2006 South Asian Games at Colombo (Srilanka) in 800 meter race.
Athlete Pinki Pramanik Police Cases & Controversies: - On 14th June 2012, a girl friend Anamika, who was living with Pinki Pramanik since 2009, lodged a police compliant against Athlete Pinki Pramanik at Baguiati Police Station (Kolkata). Woman athlete Pinki Pramanik was arrested by the police on the basis of allegations lodged by that woman (named Anamika), who claims that Pinki Pramanik is a Male and sexually harassed her (rape case). Primary check up in a Nursing Home stated that Pinki Pramanik is a Male. Since it's a police case; Barasat Court ordered Police to take Pinki Pramanik in a Government Hospital for a medical test on Pinki Pramanik to ascertain the sex. Athlete Pinki Pramanik previously also accused for keeping Pistol [unlicensed gun] few years back. If Pinki Pramanik’s medical test proofs that She is ‘Male’, then the question will arise about the Medical Checkup process of Indian & World Sports because Pinki Pramanik every time represented Female category in various sporting events. Time will tell, whether Pinki Pramanik is a Male or born Female or became Female after Sex Change. Barasat Court sent Pinki Pramanik for 14-Days Jail Custody and ordered to arrange a separate cell for Pinki Pramanik at Dumdum Central Jail because of sexuality reason. At last after 26-days in July 2012 Athletic Pinki Pramanik got bail from Barasat Court on the basis of medical report that confirms Pinki Pramanik is not capable of doing such things. 

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Shankar Roy Profile Family & Career - Chess Player Shankar Roy Wiki

Chess Player Shankar Roy wiki profile biography life details, Shankar Roy Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Chess Player Shankar Roy Family Father Mother Wife Children Son Daughter Chess Player Shankar Roy Qualification Educations School College Name Shankar Roy professional Career Awards Achievements Chess Player Shankar Roy Early Personal Secret Professional Educational Life works occupation Shankar Roy latest news updates information.
Chess player Shankar Roy, was one of the talented chess players of West Bengal State, won State Championships, sub-junior national championships and had Grand-masters nominations too. Unexpectedly, Chess Player & Coach Shankar Roy committed suicide on 8th May 2012.

Chess Player Shankar Roy – Biography & Professional Life Details

Birthday of Chess Player Shankar Roy: - 10th April 1976.

Age of Chess Player Shankar Roy: - 36 years of age at the time he committed suicide in 2012.

Chess Player Shankar Roy House Address: - Olaichanditala Road, Tala Park, Kolkata.

Chess Player Shankar Roy Family Background: - Father Name of Chess Player Shankar Roy is Samir Roy, Wife name of Chess Player Shankar Roy is Ansuya Roy. Shankar Roy's father Late Samir Roy was also committed suicide just 12-days before he had committed.

Marital Status of Chess Player Shankar Roy: - Married to Ansuya Roy.

Occupation of Shankar Roy: - Shankar Roy worked in Indian Railways but he is popular as a Chess Player & Coach.

Professional Life Works of Chess Player Shankar Roy: - In his early life, father Late Samir Roy had recognized the skills & passion towards Chess and thus coached his son Shankar Roy, who first came in to the fame when he won Telegraph Chess Championship in Kolkata. Later on during 1990s Shankar Roy topped in quite a few Chess Championships including Telegraph Chess Championship, Sub-Junior National Chess Championship, National Blitz Championship, Sub-Junior Asian Chess Championship etc. Chess player Shankar Roy had represented India in World Sub-Junior Chess Championship in Brazil, Bangladesh Chess League etc. Later on from 2007-2008, Shankar Roy started giving Coaching and joined Goodricke Chess Academy as the Senior Coach to bring up the talents in teenagers.

Achievements Awards of Chess Player Shankar Roy: - Shankar Roy has won National sub-junior championship in the year 1990 & won State championship four times. Shankar Roy won the National Rapid Title in the year 1995 & also held the State Senior National Title from 1995 to 1998.

36-years old Chess player of Bengal Shankar Roy committed suicide on 8th May 2012. His dead body was found hanging in his residential house at Tala area of North Kolkata. It was a big loss to Bengal Chess fraternity not only for losing a talented chess player but also a supportive coach & mentor.
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Isa Guha Profile & Career – England Fast Bowler Isa Guha Stats & Wiki

England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha wiki profile biography life details, Isa Guha Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number England Woman Fast Bowler Isa Guha Family Father Mother Children Son Daughter England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha Qualification Educations Name Isa Guha professional Career Awards Achievements England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha Early Personal Secret Professional Educational Life works occupation Isa Guha latest news updates information.

Isa Tara Guha, right arm fast medium bowler, is an England Cricketer who made her Test Cricket debut in 2002 against India at the age of only 17. Fast Bowler Isa Guha also represented England in Women's Cricket World Cup 2005 in South Africa.

England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha – Biography & Educational Professional Life Details

Original / Real Name of England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha: - The full name of England’s Woman Fast Bowler is Isa Tara Guha.

Birthday of England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha: - 21st May 1985. The Age of Isa Guha is only 27 as on 2012.

England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha House Address: - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.

Occupation of Isa Guha: - Fast Medium Bowler (Cricket Player).

Professional Life Works of England Woman Cricketer Isa Guha: - Right Arm Fast Medium Bowler Isa Guha debut in Test Cricket against India in the year 2002 and rewarded as 'BBC Asian Network Sports Personality of the Year' for her excellent performance at the age of 17. Isa Guha continued her good performance on the field and thus she was ranked No.1 Bowler in the ICC Women's One Day International Rankings till 2008 end. England's Fast Bowler Isa Guha retired from International Cricket (Test, ODI & T20) on 9th March 2012 however she will be bowling for Berkshire County Cricket Team.
Batting style of Isa Guha: - Right-handed.

Bowling style of Isa Guha: - Right-arm fast.

Test debut of Isa Guha for England Women Team: - Cricketer Isa Guha made her Test debut on 14th August, 2002 vs India women and got the Cap no.137.

ODI debut match of Isa Guha: - Cricketer Isa Guha played her first One Day Cricket match on 10th August, 2001 vs Scotland women and got Cap no.94.

England's Fast Bowler Isa Guha had played cricket for Domestic teams like Thames Valley (1998-1999), Berkshire (2000 onwards) and England Women International Cricket Team.

Cricketer Isa Guha has played 7 Test matches, 80 ODI matches & 20 T20 matches for England Women Cricket Team. The last test match she played is on 15th February 2008 against Australia and the last ODI match played by Isa Guha was on 9th January 2011 against Australia as well. Cricketer Isa Guha is an Ambassador for Sporting Equals & British Asian Trust. After the retirement from International Cricket, Isa Guha joined ITV Sport in April 2012 as a co-presenter of ITV4's coverage of Indian Premier League (IPL). You must have seen Isa Guha sharing expert knowledge & analyzing T20 matches on Sony Set-Max TV Channel during DLF IPL Extra Innings Show as well.

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Debabrata Das KKR & Bengal Cricketer Profile – Player Debabrata Das Details

Debabrata Das Cricketer Profile Wiki Biography, KKR Kolkata Knight Riders Cricketer Debabrata Das Details, Bengal Cricket Team Player Debabrata Das family education personal life information, Mobile Phone Contact number of Debabrata Das KKR Player Address, Professional Career Stats of Debabrata Das KKR Bengali Cricketer.

Bengal & KKR Player Debabrata Das is known as an aggressive batsman and a wicket keeper. Big Hitter of Cricket Ball, Cricketer Debabrata Das has shown his batting ability to the world when he took on Rajasthan Royal’s Shane Warne during the IPL 2008 Season. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) player Debabrata Das is one of those rare young talents from West Bengal with exclusive hitting power & excellent fielding capabilities in any fielding position.

Bengal & KKR Cricketer Debabrata Das Profile & personal information
• Original / Full name of KKR & Bengal Cricketer Debabrata Das is Debabrata Baidya Das.

• 22nd September 1986 is the Birthday (Date of Birth) of Debabrata Das (KKR & Bengal Cricket Player).

Age of KKR & Bengal Cricketer Debabrata Das is 26 years (as on 2012 September).

• Home Address of Cricketer Debabrata Das: Silliguri, West Bengal.

Batting style of KKR & Bengal Cricketer Debabrata Das: Right Hand middle order batsman.

• Position in Team: KKR & Bengal Cricketer Debabrata Das is a Wicket-Keeper hard hitting batsman.

Cricket Career of KKR & Bengal Cricketer Debabrata Das
Domestic Team of Debabrata Das: Bengal Cricket team.

IPL T20 Cricket Team of Debabrata Das: Playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL5 Season.

First class cricket debut match of Debabrata Das - Assam vs. Bengal at Guwahati, February 28, 2008.

T20 cricket debut match of Debabrata Das - Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Mumbai Indians at Kolkata, 29th April, 2008.

KKR Player Debabrata Das had represented India in Under-19 World Cup as well. Bengal Cricket Board had selected Debabrata Das as a regular player of Bengal Cricket Team since 2007-2008 season. Cricketer Debabrata Das has already established himself as a hard hitting wicketkeeper batsman in Bengal Cricket Team and played in Ranji Trophy Tournament, Duleep Trophy Tournament etc.
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Brett Lee Profile Cricket Career Australia & KKR Player - IPL Cricketer Statistics

Australia Cricketer Bowler Brett Lee Profile Biodata Biography Address Birthday Mobile Phone Contact Number Australian Brett Lee Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Names Brett Lee Education Qualification Cricket Career Statistics Brett Lee Coach Cricketing Career Wickets Bowling Figures Brett Lee Awards Achievements Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Team Coach Brett Lee Songs Pop Albums details.

Australian Fast Bowler Brett Lee is an athletic fielder and useful lower-order batsman, with a batting average exceeding 20 in Test cricket. Together with Mike Hussey, Brett Lee has held the record for highest 7th wicket partnership for Australia in ODIs since 2005–06 (123). Brett Lee ranks behind only Pakistani bowler Shoaib Akhtar as the fastest bowler in contemporary cricket during most of this decade. Rawalpindi Express Shoaib Akhtar's delivery at 161.3km/h (100.2mph) stands as the fastest recorded to date.

Birthday of Australian Bowler Brett Lee, KKR Bowler: - 8th November 1976.

Birthplace / Address of Australian Bowler Brett Lee, KKR Bowler: - Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.

Nickname of Australian Bowler Brett Lee, KKR Bowler: - Bing, Binga, The Speedster.

Height of Australian Brett Lee KKR Bowler: - 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in).

Brett Lee Family and Educational Personal Life: Brett Lee is the second of three sons born to Bob (father of Brett Lee), a metallurgist and Helen (née Buxton – Mother of Brett Lee), a piano teacher. Brett Lee has two brothers, the elder being former Australian all rounder and New South Wales Blues captain Shane Lee. Brett Lee‘s younger brother Grant played cricket for New South Wales at the under-19 level, and is now an accountant. Brett Lee attended Balarang Public School and Oak Flats High School, which later named its cricket ground in his honour. Brett Lee‘s nickname 'Bing' refers to 'Bing Lee', after a chain of electronics stores in New South Wales. The Brett Lee brothers enjoyed soccer, basketball and skiing and were encouraged to play the piano by their mother (Grant is a qualified pianist). Brett Lee married Elizabeth Kemp (Wife of Brett Lee) in June 2006 and has a son named Preston Charles, born 16th November 2006. However, after two years of marriage, on 21 August 2008, Brett Lee confirmed his separation from Elizabeth Kemp and divorced in 2009.

Batting Style of Australian Brett Lee KKR Bowler: Right hand bat.

Bowling Style of Australian Brett Lee KKR Bowler: Right arm fast.

Playing Role / Position of Australian Brett Lee KKR Bowler: Bowler and lower order hard hitter batsman.

Australian Brett Lee KKR Bowler played for Australia, New South Wales, Kings XI Punjab (2008-2010), Kolkata Knight Riders KKR (2011-2012).

Debut Test of Australian Bowler Brett Lee, KKR Bowler: (cap 383) 26th December 1999 against India.

ODI Debut of Australian Bowler Brett Lee, KKR Bowler: (cap 140) 9th January 2000.

Australian Fast Bowler Brett Lee Early Life Career: At sixteen years of age, Brett Lee began playing first grade cricket for Campbelltown, where Brett Lee managed to claim the wickets of a few New South Wales cricketers. Brett Lee later joined Mosman, where at one point, Brett Lee shared the new ball with Shoaib Akhtar. Brett Lee played for the Australian Under 17 & 19 teams and was awarded a scholarship to attend the Australian Cricket Academy. In March 1994, Brett Lee was forced out of the Australian under-19 team to tour India due to stress fractures in his lower back. Brett Lee recovered and made his first-class debut for New South Wales against Western Australia in a Sheffield Shield match as a 20-year old in the 1997–98 season, playing one match and taking 3/114. One month later, Lee was chosen to represent the Australian A team on a tour to South Africa. Brett Lee claimed two wickets but in that very match, stress fractures in his back from the previous injury had re-opened and Lee was in a back brace for over three months.

Australian Bowler KKR Player Brett Lee Cricket Career: By the late 1990s there were calls for Brett Lee to be included in the national squad. Brett Lee was eventually chosen in the final 14 for the Test series against Australia in 1999 but failed to make the starting 11. By the time the Test series against India came around, Brett Lee was twelfth man. However, Brett Lee duly made his Test debut for Australia in December 1999 against the touring Indians, becoming Australia's 383rd Test cricketer. Brett Lee won the inaugural Donald Bradman Young Player of the Year Award at the Allan Border Medal award ceremony in 2000 soon after his debut. Brett Lee made his debut in One Day International for Australia against Pakistan on 9th January 2000 during the Carlton and United Breweries Series at the Gabba, Brisbane. Brett Lee became the 140th ODI cricketer to represent Australia. In One-day Internationals, Brett Lee was ranked by the ICC as the No.1 ODI bowler in January 2006 and has been ranked among the top ten ODI bowlers since the start of 2003. Brett Lee has a wide array of deliveries including a dangerous in-swinging Yorker. Brett Lee‘s bowling strike rate of around 30 puts him amongst the most incisive in this form of the game. Brett Lee also has a One-day International hat-trick to his name, achieved in the 2003 World Cup against Kenya. Lee was the first Australian and fourth bowler to ever achieve this feat in World Cup history. During the 2003 Cricket World Cup, Brett Lee was one of the leading performers for Australia. Brett Lee concluded the tournament with 22 wickets off 83.1 over at an average of 17.90 finishing second to Sri Lankan left-arm fast bowler Chaminda Vaas who took 23 wickets during that tournament. In 2003 world cup Brett Lee bowled his previous fastest recorded delivery of 160.7km/h against England at Port Elizabeth during their group match.

Awards Achievements of Brett Lee Australian and KKR Fast Bowler:
The Donald Bradman Young Player of the Year 2000.
The Wisden Young Cricketer of the Year 1999–00.
Wisden Cricketer of the Year 2006.
Chosen in "Australia's Greatest ODI XI" selected by former and present Australian ODI representatives.
Chosen in the ODI Team of the Year 2005 at the ICC Awards.
Chosen in the Test Team of the Year 2006 at the ICC Awards.
Chosen in the ODI Team of the Year 2006 at the ICC Awards.
VB Series Player of the Series 2002–03.
VB Series Player of the Series 2004–05.
DLF Cup Player of the Tournament 2006.
Warne-Muralitharan Trophy Player of the Series 2007.
Border-Gavaskar Trophy Player of the Series 2007–08.
2007 McGilvray Medallist for ABC's Australian Test Player of the year.
2008 Australian Test Player of the Year.
2008 Allan Border Medallist.
Chosen in the ODI Team of the Year 2008 at the ICC Awards.
Chosen in the Test Team of the Year 2008 at the ICC Awards.
2009 Champions League 20/20 Player of the Series.

Singer Brett Lee Singing Career Songs Album Lee Band Name: Australian Fast Bowler Brett Lee is part of the rock band Six and Out. The band is made up of Brett Lee’s brother Shane Lee and former New South Wales cricketers Brad McNamara, Gavin Robertson and Richard Chee Quee. Brett Lee launched own fashion label 'BL', in 2001. Brett Lee plays the bass guitar or acoustic guitar for the band Six and Out. During the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy in India, Brett Lee recorded a duet with India's music diva Asha Bhosle called You're the One For Me. The Brett Lee’s song reached a peak position of number two on the Indian and South African charts. In 2008, Brett Lee filmed scenes for his first Bollywood movie Victory. Brett Lee once hosted a short-lived TV program called "Personal Best".

KKR and Australian Bowler Brett Lee Charity Works: Brett Lee supports a number of charities including the Salvation Army, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) and the Make a Wish Foundation, in which Brett Lee was named an 'Official Friend' in honour of his long-standing association with the foundation. Brett Lee began supporting ADRA along with his brother Shane Lee when a close friend committed suicide.

Australian Cricketer Brett Lee IPL T20 Career: Brett Lee was the first player in Twenty20 International cricket to take a Hat-trick. Brett Lee played for the Kings XI Punjab team owned by Bollywood actress Preity Zinta and Businessman Ness Wadia in the Indian Premier League. Brett Lee played for the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) team of King Khan (Shahrukh Khan) during the 2011 season.

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Wasim Akram Profile Cricket Career - KKR Bowling Coach & Pakistan Fast Bowler Statistics

Pakistan Cricketer Bowler Wasim Akram Profile Biodata Biography Address Birthday Mobile Phone Contact Number Pakistani Wasim Akram Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Names Wasim Akram Education Qualification Cricket Career Statistics Wasim Akram Coach Coaching Career Wickets Bowling Figures Wasim Akram Awards Achievements Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Team Coach Wasim Akram details.

Wasim Akram, Punjabi Muslim and belongs to the Arain tribe, is a former Pakistani left arm fast bowler and left-handed batsman in cricket, who represented the Pakistan national cricket team in Test cricket and One Day International matches. Wasim Akram is regarded as one of the best fast bowlers in the history of cricket. Wasim Akram holds the world record for most wickets in List-A cricket with 881 and is second only to Sri Lankan off-spin bowler, Muttiah Muralitharan in terms of One Day International wickets with 502. Wasim Akram is considered to be one of the founders and perhaps the finest exponent of reverse swing bowling. The revolutionary nature of reverse swing initially resulted in accusations of ball tampering by cricket critics, although the skill of the reverse swing delivery has now been accepted as legitimate features of ability in cricket. Wasim Akram's later career was also tarnished with accusations of match fixing by critics, although these remain unproven.

• Full Name of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Wasim Akram Chaudhury.

• Birthday of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: 3rd June 1966.

• Birthplace / Address of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.

• Nickname of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Sultan of Swing, Waaz.

• Height of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m).

• Batting Style of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Left hand bat.

• Bowling Style of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Left arm fast.

• Playing Role / Position of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: All-rounder (bowler and batsman).

• Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach played for National side Pakistan, Hampshire, Lahore, Pakistan International Airlines, Lancashire English County Team, Pakistan Automobiles Corporation.

• Debut Test of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: (cap 102) 25th January 1985 against New Zealand.

• ODI Debut of Pakistani Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: (cap 53) 23rd November 1984 against New Zealand.

• Wickets taken by Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akram, KKR Bowling Coach: Wasim Akram took 414 Test Wickets and 502 One Day Cricket Wickets.

• Early Personal life of Wasim Akram Swing Bowler and KKR Bowling CoachWasim Akram was educated in Islamia College in Lahore, where Wasim Akram played as an opening bowler and batsman. Like several other Pakistani cricketers during the 1980s, his inclusion into the national side was at the behest of a senior player in the team, which in Akram's case was Javed Miandad.

• KKR Bowling Coach Wasim Akram Family Life BackgroundWasim Akram was married to Huma Mufti in 1995. Wasim Akram and Huma Mufti have two sons Taimur and Akbar from their marriage of fifteen years. Wasim Akram’s wife Huma died of multiple organ failure at Apollo Hospital in Chennai India on 25th October 2009.

• Wasim Akram KKR Bowling Coach Cricket Career Statistics: In 1988 Wasim Akram signed for Lancashire County Cricket Club in England and went on to become their most successful overseas players. From 1988 to 1998, Wasim Akram opened their bowling attack in their ECB Trophy, Benson & Hedges Cup and National League tournaments. Wasim Akram was a favourite of the local British fans who used to sing a song called "Wasim for England" at Lancashire's matches. In 1998, with Akram as captain, Lancashire won the ECB Trophy and Axa League and finished second in the championship tournament despite losing only five matches in all competitions throughout the season. Apart from the National League second division title in 2003, this was the last time Lancashire won a trophy. Wasim Akram made his Test cricket debut for Pakistan against New Zealand in 1985 and in only his second Test match, Wasim Akram achieved 10 wickets in the match. A few weeks prior to his selection into the Pakistan team, Wasim Akram was an unknown club cricketer who had failed to even make it to his college team. Wasim Akram came to the trials at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore in Pakistan, but for the first two days Wasim Akram did not get a chance to bowl. On the third day Wasim Akram got a chance; his performance convincing Javed Miandad to insist upon his inclusion in the national team. Akram was hence given an opportunity to play for Pakistan, without any significant domestic experience. Later that season Wasim Akram opened the bowling attack with Imran Khan, who became his mentor at and after the World Championship of Cricket in Australia. Wasim Akram was a significant figure in the 1992 Cricket World Cup held in Australia, when Pakistan won the tournament. In the final against England, his batting performance during his innings of 33 runs off 19 balls, pushed Pakistan to a respectable score of 249 runs for 6 wickets. Akram then took the important wicket of Ian Botham early on the English batting innings and when brought back into the bowling attack later on, with the ball reverse swinging, Wasim Akram produced a devastating spell of bowling which led to Allan Lamb and Chris Lewis being bowled in successive deliveries in one over. Wasim Akram‘s excellent performances earned him the Man of the Match award for the final. Wasim Akram also captained Pakistan with some success. The high points of his captaincy was the 1996-1997 victory in the World Series Cricket in Australia, two Test match wins in India in 1998-1999 and in 1999, when Pakistan reached the 1999 Cricket World Cup final. The low point was the 1996 Cricket World Cup in Pakistan and India, when Wasim Akram had to pull out of the quarterfinal match against India, citing injury. After Pakistan's defeat, there were angry protests outside his home and riots across the country from angry fans that accused the team of throwing the match and a government inquiry was launched into the failure.

• Pakistan Bowler Wasim Akrarm Retirement from Cricket: On 18th May 2003, at the age of 36, Wasim Akram abruptly announced his retirement from international cricket, ending a career which spanned 19 years. Wasim Akram had suggested that Wasim Akram was ready to quit several times towards the end of his career, but Pakistan's sub-par performance in the World Cup proved to be the deciding factor.

• Wasim Akram Media Career as Commentator: Since retiring from cricket, Wasim Akram has worked and taken up commentary for television networks and can currently be seen as a sports commentator for ESPN Star Sports, ARY Digital and among others. Wasim Akram did commentary on a variety of sporting tournaments including the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup match between Australia v India in a Super Six Match held in Australia, the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 in England, the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy in South Africa, in various matches of 2011 ICC World Cup in India, Srilanka, Bangladesh and among others.

• Coaching Career of Wasim Akram, Pakistan Swing Bowler: In 2010, Wasim Akram was appointed the bowling coach consultant of Kolkata Knight Riders, the Indian Premier League team for Kolkata. Sourav Ganguly was always keen to have Wasim Akram as the bowling coach for India, during the former's stint as Indian captain. Although this never happened, his dreams were realized to some extent, when Wasim Akram was appointed as the bowling coach for the franchise. While working for the Kolkata Knight Riders, Wasim Akram was also responsible for the signing of Pakistani domestic left-arm fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan.[15] Akram has also been coaching in Pakistan fast bowling camps; his most notable discovery being the teenage Pakistani international, Mohammad Aamer.

• Awards Achievements of KKR Bowling Coach Wasim Akram: Apart from winning so many of Man Of the Match and Man Of the Series awards, Wasim Akram was awarded Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1993 for his sporting achievements. Wasim Akram was the first bowler in international cricket to take more than 400 wickets in both forms of the game and only Muttiah Muralitharan has since achieved this. Wasim Akram took four hat tricks in international cricket, two each in Tests matches and One Day Internationals. Wasim Akram is the only bowler in cricket to have achieved four hat-tricks.

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) IPL T20 Team and the players of KKR Team are very lucky to have a Bowling Coach like Wasim Akram.
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Kuntal Roy Coach Profile Career & Education - Dronacharya Award Winner 2011

Athletic Coach from Sodepur (North Kolkata) Sri Kuntal Roy won the Dronacharya Award 2011 and became the second person to win Dronacharya Award for West Bengal. In the year 1990, Football Coach Saeed Naimuddin had won Dronacharya Award and after 21-years Coach Kuntal Roy won Dronacharya Award. Bengal Coach & Dronacharya Award Winner Kuntal Roy has coached athletics like Soma Biswas, Susmita Singh Roy and many other athletics.

Coach Kuntal Roy Profile Family Education & Coaching Career

Kuntal Roy Coach PhotoKuntal Roy, born & brought up at Sodepur area of North 24-Pgs (recently included in North Kolkata), made Bengal & India proud by producing International standard athletes.

Family of Kuntal Roy: - Wife name of Kuntal Roy is Subhroja Roy who is a Coach and the Son name of Kuntal Roy is Rudra Pratap Roy who is an athlete.

Educational Background of Kuntal Roy: - Kuntal Roy completed his school life and college days at Sodepur, North Kolkata. Later he completed NIC Course and join SAI Academy in the year 1975. After that Kuntal Roy completed his Ph.D on sports from Germany and became Doctorate in Sports.

Coaching Career Works Professional Life of Kuntal Roy: - Kuntal Roy was a footballer during his childhood but unfortunately he had to leave football after an injury during his school life. But, later in Nakshal period of Bengal; Kuntal Roy established Sodepur A.C.C. (Athlete Coaching Centre at Sodepur, North Kolkata) and started his coaching career. Kuntal Roy joined SAI Coaching Academy in the year 1975 and gradually became the Chief Coach of SAI. Kuntal Roy has coached & produced more than 100 Athletes (Indian & International medalists), 500+ Athletes (State & District Medallists) and 1500+ Athlete Coaches also.

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Manvinder Bisla Profile Career Stat - Indian & KKR Player Manvinder Bisla IPL Cricketer from Haryana

Haryana Indian Cricketer KKR Player Manvinder Bisla Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Manvinder Bisla Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Manvinder Bisla Education Qualification KKR Indian Haryana Player Cricketer Manvinder Bisla Cricket Career Coach Statistics Achievement Manvinder Bisla Personal Professional Educational Life Background Cricketer Manvinder Bisla Player information.

Indian Cricketer Manvinder Bisla is the Wicket-keeper Batsman who plays for Haryana in Domestic tournaments. Manvinder Bisla has been a member of the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) IPL-4 Team.

Original Full Name of Cricketer Bisla: - Manvinder Sultan Singh Bisla.


Birthplace / Address of Indian Haryana and KKR Player Manvinder Bisla: - Hissar, Haryana, India.


Age of Wicket-Keeper Batsman Manvinder Bisla: - 27 years [as on 2012].


Batting Style of Indian Haryana and KKR Player Manvinder Bisla: - Right-handed Bat.


Bowling Style of Indian Haryana and KKR Player Manvinder Bisla: - not applicable.


Role of Indian Haryana and KKR Player Manvinder Bisla: - Wicket-Keeper.


Cricketer Manvinder Bisla played for Haryana Domestic Team, Himachal Pradesh, Under-19 Indian Team, IPL Team Deccan Chargers, IPL Team Kings XI Punjab and since 2011 IPL Team Kolkata Knight Riders.

Kolkata Knight Riders IPL-4 Team picked Manvinder Bisla and he played so well as Opening Batsman with Jacques Kallis for KKR Team and also performed well behind the wicket as KKR Wicketkeeper.
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Gautam Gambhir Profile Career Stat - Indian & KKR Player Gautam Gambhir IPL Cricketer from Delhi

Indian Cricketer KKR Player Gautam Gambhir Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Gautam Gambhir Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Gautam Gambhir Education Qualification KKR Indian Delhi Player Cricketer Gautam Gambhir Cricket Career Coach Statistics Achievement Gautam Gambhir Personal Professional Educational Life Background Cricketer Gautam Gambhir Player information.

Gautam Gambhir is an Indian cricketer, a batsman. Gautam Gambhir has been a member of the Indian national cricket team since 2003 (ODIs) and 2004 (Tests). Gambhir had been a prolific run-scorer in domestic cricket with an average of over 50 but his two successive double-hundreds in 2002 (one of them against the visiting Zimbabweans) made him a strong contender for India's opening slot.

Birthday of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: 14th October 1981.

Birthplace / Address of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: New Delhi, India.

Nickname of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: Gauti.

Batting Style of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: Left-handed Bat.

Bowling Style of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: Right-arm leg break spin.

Height of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: 5ft 6in (1.68m).

Cricketer Gautam Gambhir played for Delhi Domestic Team, Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders (2011-2012) and Indian International Team.

Test debut of Gautam Gambhir Indian and KKR Player: Cap number of Gautam Gambhir is 249 and he played his first ever Test Match on 3rd November 2004 against Australia.

ODI debut of Gautam Gambhir Indian and KKR Player: ODI Cap number of Gautam Gambhir is 149 and he played his first ever ODI Match on 11th April 2003 against Bangladesh.

School Name of Indian Cricketer and KKR Player Gautam Gambhir: Gautam Gambhir completed his education in Modern School of New Delhi and in 2000 picked in National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.

International Cricket Career of Gautam Gambhir Indian Cricketer: Gambhir made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in the TVS Cup in 2003. In his third match, Gautam Gambhir scored 71 and was named Man of the Match. Gautam Gambhir‘s maiden century (103 off 97 balls) came against Sri Lanka in 2005. In 2004, Gautam Gambhir made his Test debut against Australia in the fourth and last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy but did himself no favors by getting out for 3 and 1. Gautam Gambhir made amends in his second Test, however, scoring 96 against the South Africans. Gautam Gambhir‘s maiden Test century came against Bangladesh in December 2004. Gambhir then made a number of starts in the home series against Pakistan in 2005, but was able to make only one half-century in six innings. Gautam Gambhir made 97 in Zimbabwe later that year, but failed to reach 30 against Sri Lanka at home, repeatedly struggling against Chaminda Vaas, and was subsequently dropped from the Test team. Wasim Jaffer, who made a double hundred and a hundred in seven Tests, replaced him in Tests. Gautam Gambhir was selected in India's squad for the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, which India went on to win in South Africa, beating Pakistan in the final. Gautam Gambhir performed well in the shortest form of the game, ending the tournament as India's top run scorer, with 227 at an average of 37.83, including three half-centuries which included a crucial 75 runs off 54 balls against Pakistan in the final. Gautam Gambhir was named as the ICC Test Player of the Year for 2009, and was briefly ranked the No. 1 batsman in the ICC rankings in July; at the time India were not playing Tests and his points rating did not change, but other batsmen who were ranked higher lost points before regaining them.

KKR Player Gautam Gambhir IPL T20 Cricket Player: Gautam Gambhir was picked up by the Delhi Daredevils franchise in the first player auction of the Indian Premier League for a price of $725,000 a year. Gautam Gambhir became the second highest run-scorer of the inaugural season with 534 runs from 14 matches. In the 2011 IPL Players Auction, Gautam Gambhir was the most sought player fetching a bid of $2.4 million from Kolkata Knight Riders making him the highest paid cricketer in the history of the game. Gautam Gambhir is the captain of Kolkata Knight Riders IPL-4 Season.
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Lakshmipathy Balaji Profile Career Stat - Indian & KKR Player Balaji - IPL Cricketer from Tamilnadu

Indian Cricketer KKR Player Lakshmipathy Balaji Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Lakshmipathy Balaji Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Lakshmipathy Balaji Education Qualification KKR Indian Delhi Player Cricketer Lakshmipathy Balaji Cricket Career Coach Statistics Achievement Lakshmipathy Balaji Personal Professional Educational Life Background Cricketer Lakshmipathy Balaji Player information.

Madras Tamilnadu born Indian cricketer Lakshmipathy Balaji is a right arm fast medium bowler.

Birthday of Indian Tamilnadu and KKR Player Lakshmipathy Balaji: 27th September 1981.

Birthplace / Address of Indian Tamilnadu and KKR Player Lakshmipathy Balaji: Madras, Tamilnadu, India.

Batting Style of Indian Tamilnadu and KKR Player Lakshmipathy Balaji: Right-handed Bat.

Bowling Style of Indian Tamilnadu and KKR Player Lakshmipathy Balaji: Right-arm fast-medium.

Cricketer Lakshmipathy Balaji played for Tamilnadu Domestic Team, Chennai Super Kings (2008-2010), Kolkata Knight Riders (2011-2012) and Indian International Team.

Lakshmipathy Balaji Domestic and International Cricket Career: L.Balaji became a member of the Indian cricket team in 2003. Playing for his state team since 2001, Lakshmipathy Balaji made his Test debut against New Zealand at Ahmedabad in 2003. Lakshmipathy Balaji was recognized after his performance in the 2004 India Pakistan series. In that series, Lakshmipathy Balaji played a significant part in Indian team's historic victories. But after an injury, his international cricket career was put on hold. Lakshmipathy Balaji made a comeback in Pakistan's 2005 tour of India, taking 5 wickets in the first innings. Injury kept him out of cricket for the next 3 years. Balaji made his return to domestic cricket in 2007. After a strong 2008 domestic season where Balaji was instrumental in helping Tamil Nadu reach the Ranji Trophy semifinals, Balaji was called up to the international squad in January 2009 to replace an injured Munaf Patel who sustained a groin injury. Balaji was included in the playing XI for the final match of the series against Sri Lanka where Lakshmipathy Balaji was expensive in the five wicket less overs Lakshmipathy Balaji bowled.[3] India went on to lose the match. Balaji was rested for the subsequent Twenty20 match. In February the BCCI announced that Balaji had been dropped from the ODI squad to tour New Zealand but had been selected for the test squad.[4] Thus marking Balaji's return to the test squad after a five year hiatus having last been part of the test squad in the 2004 series against Pakistan.

IPL T20 Cricket Career of Lakshmipathy Balaji: L.Balaji played for the Chennai Super Kings team in the 1st 3 seasons of the IPL starting from the 2008 Indian Premier League. On 10th May 2008, Lakshmipathy Balaji picked up the first hat-trick of the IPL tournament in the match against Kings XI Punjab at Chennai, and rounded off the evening with a match-winning five-wicket haul. Lakshmipathy Balaji‘s tournament was to end on a low as Lakshmipathy Balaji bowled the final over to Shane Warne and Sohail Tanvir, with the latter hitting the winning runs off the final ball. Since his successful spinal operation in England by Prof. John Dowell Lakshmipathy Balaji has returned to full form. Balaji has been notably consistent for the economy rate in all T20 matches in the IPL Chennai Super Kings as the normal matches of T20 seldom had run chases below or near 130. Lakshmipathy Balaji has not done much in the batting side of IPL. In the second season of the Indian Premier League, Lakshmipathy Balaji picked four wickets against Rajasthan Royals on 30 April 2009, leading the Chennai Super Kings to victory. In the 3rd season of IPL, Balaji played 7 games and picked up 7 wickets. After Chennai Super Kings won the tournament and went on to play the ACLT20, Balaji played most of the games in the tournament and his economical bowling was praised by the captain of the Indian team, MS Dhoni and was listed by him as one of the reasons to CSK's victory in the tournament. In the IPL Auction 2011, Lakshmipathy Balaji is picked by the Kolkata Knight Riders for a price of $500,000.
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Pradeep Sangwan Profile Career Stat - Indian & KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan IPL Cricketer

Indian Cricketer KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Pradeep Sangwan Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Pradeep Sangwan Education Qualification KKR Indian Delhi Player Cricketer Pradeep Sangwan Cricket Career Coach Statistics Achievement Pradeep Sangwan Personal Professional Educational Life Background Cricketer Pradeep Sangwan Player information.

Indian Cricketer Pradeep Sangwan born in a Jat family and represents Delhi in first-class cricket. Pradeep Sangwan is a left arm medium pace bowler. Pradeep Sangwan is quite handy with the bat as well.

Full Name of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Pradeep Jaibeer Sangwan.

Birthday of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: 5th November 1990.

Birthplace / Address of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Rasiwas, Delhi, India.

Qualification of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Pradeep Sangwan attened his schooling at Ravindra Public School.

Height of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m).

Batting Style of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Right-handed Bat.

Bowling Style of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Left-arm fast-medium.
Cricketer Pradeep Sangwan played for Delhi Domestic Team, Delhi Daredevils (2008-2010), Kolkata Knight Riders (2011-2012).

Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan Cricket Career Statistics: Pradeep Sangwan debut season of the Ranji trophy for Delhi in 2007-08, Sangwan took 33 wickets at an average of 19.24 and also scored 122 runs at an average of 20.33. Pradeep Sangwan took 9 wickets in the final against Uttar Pradesh. Coached by AN Sharma, Pradeep Sangwan was a member of the Delhi U-15 Team in 2005. Pradeep Sangwan took 31 wickets in 6 matches and also scored 63 in a partnership of 150 for the last wicket in the final in Kolkata. Pradeep Sangwan was a member of the victorious Indian team at the Under-19 World Cup held in Malaysia in 2008 and bowled several incisive spells with the new ball. Pradeep Sangwan took 8 wickets, including a spell of 5-44 that was crucial in India's victory against South Africa in the group stages.

IPL T20 Cricket Career of Indian Delhi and KKR Player Pradeep Sangwan: Pradeep Sangwan was the first U-19 pick at the inaugural IPL draft, and was bought by the Delhi Daredevils. Pradeep Sangwan has been picked up by Kolkata Knight Riders in the 4th Season of IPL in 2011.
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Eoin Morgan Profile Career Stats KKR & England Cricketer - IPL Player Eoin Morgan

England Cricket Team Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Cricketer Player Eoin Morgan Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Eoin Morgan KKR England Cricket Player Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Eoin Morgan Education Qualification Profession Cricket Career Statistics Eoin Morgan IPL KKR England Cricketer Details Personal Educational Professional Life Background Eoin Morgan.

Eoin Joseph Gerard Morgan is an Irish left-handed batsman cricketer who plays for England. Eoin Morgan plays county cricket for Middlesex and has been selected for England's Test, ODI and Twenty20 squads. Eoin Morgan originally represented his native Ireland at international level before switching to play for England. Eoin Morgan is the only player in history to score an ODI hundred for two nations and is particularly noted for his end of innings hitting ability, seeing him labelled as a 'finisher'.

Full Name of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: - Eoin Joseph Gerard Morgan.

Birthday of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: 10th September 1986.

Birthplace of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: Dublin, Ireland

Nickname of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: Moggie.

Height of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)

Batting Style of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: Left-handed.

Bowling Style of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: Right-arm medium.

Test Cricket Debut of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: First Test Cricket match played on 27th May 2010 and his cap number is 649.

ODI Cricket Debut of England and KKR Cricketer Eoin Morgan: First One Day Cricket Match played on 5th August 2006 when he was in Ireland Cricket Team.

England Batsman Eoin Morgan has played for England, Ireland, Middlesex, Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB IPL Team, Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Team.

Education Qualifcation of Eoin Morgan: Eoin Morgan educated at the Catholic University School on Leeson Street.

Cricketer Eoin Morgan Cricket Career Life Achievement: England batsman Eoin Morgan made his One Day International debut for Ireland on 5 August 2006 at the European Championships against Scotland. Eoin Morgan nearly made a century on debut, scoring 99 before Eoin Morgan was run out. It was the first time in ODI history that a player had been dismissed for 99 on debut. Only two other batsmen passed 20 as Ireland beat Scotland by 85 runs. Eoin Morgan’s maiden ODI hundred came not long after, on the 4 February 2007 against Canada in Nairobi. Eoin Morgan became the youngest ever non-subcontinental player to make a century in ODI cricket. Morgan is the first cricketer to have scored a first-class double century for Ireland with an unbeaten 209 against the United Arab Emirates in February 2007 at Abu Dhabi. In February 2007, Morgan was named in Ireland's 15-man squad for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. In May 2007, Eoin Morgan was named as one of England's twelfth men for the Lord's Test versus West Indies, and came on for Matthew Hoggard on the third day. Eoin Morgan's progression towards representing the senior England side continued when in May 2009 Eoin Morgan was named in England's 14-man squad to face West Indies in a three-match ODI series and the 15-man squad for the World Twenty20. Eoin Morgan made his England debut in the second One Day International (after the first was abandoned due to rain), and also played in the third of the series. Morgan was not given much of a chance to impress with the bat, due to not coming in to bat until late in the innings, but was praised for his athletic fielding. On the back of his one-day success, Eoin Morgan was then included in England's Test squad for the home series against Bangladesh. Eoin Morgan made his début in the first Test at Lord's on 27th May 2010. Eoin Morgan scored 44 runs in the first innings but was not required in the second innings as England won by eight wickets after making Bangladesh follow-on. In the second Test, Eoin Morgan scored 37 runs as England won by an innings and 80 runs.

England Batsman Eoin Morgan IPL T20 Career: Eoin Morgan took part in the 2010 Indian Premier League (IPL). In the preceding player auction, Eoin Morgan was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for a sum of $220,000. However, Eoin Morgan was frequently in and out of the side and was not given much opportunity. The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) purchased Eoin Morgan for $350,000 at the 2011 IPL auctions for the next 3 years.
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Brad Haddin Profile Career Stats KKR & Australian Wicketkeeper Cricketer - IPL Player Brad Haddin

Australia Cricket Team Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Cricketer Player Brad Haddin Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Brad Haddin KKR Australia Cricket Player Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Brad Haddin Education Qualification Profession Cricket Career Statistics Brad Haddin IPL KKR Australia Cricketer Details Personal Educational Professional Life Background Brad Haddin.

Australian Cricketer Bradley James Haddin is a right-handed batsman and wicket keeper.

Full name of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Brad James Haddin.

Birthday of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: 23rd October 1977.

Address / Birthplace of Brad Haddin Australian Wicketkeeper Batsman: Cowra, New South Wales, Australia.

Nickname of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: BJ.

Height of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in).

Batting Style of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Right-hand bat

Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman represented Cricket Teams like New South Wales, Australia and KKR IPL Team (Kolkata Knight Riders).

Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman Brad Haddin Cricket Career: Brad Haddin was selected in the first ever Mercantile Mutual Cup season of 1997–98 for the Canberra Comets, with whom Brad Haddin began his professional cricketing career. In the 1999–2000 season, Brad Haddin began playing for the New South Wales Blues to pursue further cricketing opportunities. Since then, Brad Haddin has produced several memorable batting innings, including a top score of 133 against Victoria. In September 2003, Brad Haddin replaced Simon Katich as captain of New South Wales, while Katich was on international duty, and Brad Haddin since been acting-captain on numerous occasions. Brad Haddin has also captained Australia A Team. For most of his career Brad Haddin was Australia-A wicket-keeper but was drafted into the Australian squad as wicket-keeper if Adam Gilchrist was injured or rested. Brad Haddin made his international debut in a One Day International on 30th January 2001 against Zimbabwe in Hobart. Brad Haddin made one stumping and made 13 runs. Brad Haddin was demoted from second choice wicket-keeper for Australia in 2001 by Wade Seccombe and later Ryan Campbell, but reclaimed this position in late 2004. On 18 September 2006, playing against West Indies at Kuala Lumpur in the DLF Cup, Haddin and Australian captain Mike Hussey put on 165, which at that time was a world-record stand for the sixth wicket in ODIs. Brad Haddin finally made his Test debut on 22nd May 2008 against the West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica, becoming Australia's 400th Test cricketer, after Adam Gilchrist retired. On 15th February 2009, Haddin became acting Australian captain for the Twenty20 against New Zealand after Ricky Ponting was rested and Michael Clarke was injured. On 27 November 2010, in the opening match of The Ashes series 2010–11 at The Gabba, Brisbane, Brad Haddin scored 136, his third test hundred, in a valuable innings that helped Australia to a commanding first innings lead. Brad Haddin went on in the series to collect 360 runs at an average of 45.00. Brad Haddin was dropped for Australia's Twenty20 series against England in January 2011, leaving him shocked and angry about his departure in favour of Tim Paine. Kolkata Knight Riders contracted Brad Haddin for $325,000 in the 2011 Indian Premier League season.
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Laxmi Ratan Shukla Profile Career Stats Cricketer KKR Bengal Indian IPL Player Laxmi Ratan Shukla

Bengal Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Cricketer Player Laxmi Ratan Shukla Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Laxmi Ratan Shukla KKR Bengal Cricket Player Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Laxmi Ratan Shukla Education Qualification Profession Cricket Career Statistics Laxmi Ratan Shukla IPL KKR Bengal Cricketer Details Personal Educational Professional Life Background Laxmi Ratan Shukla family wife.

Indian cricketer Laxmi Ratan Shukla is a right-handed middle-order batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. Laxmi Ratan Shukla is also a player in the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders and Bengal Cricket Team of Domestic tournaments.

Birthday of Laxmi Ratan Shukla Bengal and KKR Cricket Player: 6th May 1981.

Address / Birthplace of Laxmi Ratan Shukla Bengal and KKR Cricket Player: Howrah, West Bengal.

Family of Cricketer Laxmi Ratan Shukla: Laxmi Ratan Shukla lives with his parents  - Father name of Laxmi Ratan Shukla is Umesh Shukla, wife name [Suniti Sanyal Shukla, who is a Block Development Officer (BDO)] & his Son.


Cricketer Laxmi Ratan Shukla played for Bengal Cricket Team, Indian International Cricket Team and IPL KKR Team.

Batting Style of Laxmi Ratan Shukla Bengal and KKR Cricket Player: Right hand bat.

Bowling Style of Laxmi Ratan Shukla Bengal and KKR Cricket Player: Right arm medium fast.


Laxmi Ratan Shukla Cricket Career: Laxmi Ratan Shukla caught attention in the Ranji Trophy in the 1997-98 season, and rose to prominence for performing well for the Indian under-19s team in the MTN Youth World Cup in South Africa. Laxmi Ratan Shukla was a part of the Bengal team in the Wills Trophy, in which they got to the semi-final. In 2000 he was picked for the National Cricket Academy. Because of impressive performances in domestic level Shukla got a national call in 1999. Laxmi Ratan Shukla was controversially dropped in favour of Ashish Nehra in the first Test he was slated to play, against Sri Lanka at Colombo in the Asian Test Championship even after his name appeared in the 11-member squad flashed on the electronic scoreboard at the ground. Laxmi Ratan Shukla made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka on 22nd March 1999 in Nagpur. Laxmi Ratan Shukla’s international career ended without any major impact. Laxmi Ratan Shukla played his last ODI against West Indies in 1999. All-rounder Laxmi Ratan Shukla picked by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) T20 IPL Team of Shahrukh Khan.
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