Friday, 23 March 2012

Ashok Dinda Biography of Indian Cricketer

This blog is about Ashok Dinda
Full name     Ashok Dinda
Born     25 March 1984 (age 27)
Calcutta, India
Batting style     Right-handed
Bowling style     Right-arm fast-medium
International information
National side     India
Only T20I (cap 24)     9 December 2009 v Sri Lanka
Domestic team information
Years     Team
2005–present     Bengal
2007–2010     Kolkata Knight Riders
2011-present     Delhi Daredevils
Career statistics
Competition     T20I     FC     LA     T20
Matches     1     29     15     27
Runs scored     19     205     43     25
Batting average     19.00     10.25     6.14     5.00
100s/50s     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0
Top score     19     27     16     19
Balls bowled     18     5805     726     480
Wickets     1     95     24     18
Bowling average     34.00     32.30     26.91     32.22
5 wickets in innings     0     7     0     0
10 wickets in match     n/a     0     n/a     n/a
Best bowling     1/34     6/52     3/52     3/33
Catches/stumpings     0/–     11/–     2/–     1/–
Source: CricketArchive, 16 December 2009

Ashok Dinda is an Indian cricketer. He plays for Bengal and Delhi Daredevils. Earlier he use to play for Kolkata Knight Riders He has been one of the most economical bowlers in the Indian Premier League.

Hailing from the village of Noichunpur,near district HQ Tamluk of East Midnapore district about two hours from Kolkata, Ashok Dinda's talent was spotted by a coach in Kolkata after bowling a few overs in the nets. The coach, Atal Dev Burman, asked him to stay back and hone his talents. Dinda stayed at Burman's house for four years and honed his skills at the Russa United Cricket Coaching Centre in Tollygunge. After a stint with Kalighat club and the Australian Institute of Sport, he made his first-class debut for Bengal in the 2005-06 season. He was a regular member of the side that reached the final of the Ranji Trophy the next season, although his performance with the ball wasn't that impressive, with 16 wickets in eight matches at 54.56. He was a late addition to the Kolkata Knight Riders' squad for the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League in 2008, and shone in the league opener in Bangalore. In September he was awarded a place in the Rest of India squad for the Irani Trophy - a match meant to include Test probables for the Australia series, the following month.


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