Vijay Rajindernath biography

Vijay Rajindernath

Cricket Player

1928 – 1989

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Who was Vijay Rajindernath?

Vijay Rajindernath was an Indian cricketer.

Rajindernath was one of the four wicket keepers that India tried out against Pakistan in the 1952-1953 series. He played in the Test at Bombay which India won losing only four wickets. Rajindernath did not bat but effected four stumpings, three of which were off Subhash Gupte. He still holds the Test match record for the most stumpings in a complete career without a catch. He was replaced by Ebrahim Maka for the next Test. He also played in three 'Tests' against a Commonwealth XI in 1950-1951.

Rajindernath studied in Govt. College, Lahore and took M.A. in Hindi from Benares. He worked for Burmah Shell and later with Indo-Nippon batteries in Baroda.

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Born
Jan 7, 1928
India
Nationality
  • India
Lived in
  • Amritsar
Died
Nov 22, 1989

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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