Yogesh Golwalkar biography

Yogesh Golwalkar

Cricket Player

1980 –


Who is Yogesh Golwalkar?

Yogesh Ashok Golwalkar is an Indian cricketer. He is a left-handed batsman and a left-arm leg-break bowler.

Golkwalkar started playing first-class cricket with Madhya Pradesh in 2000, where he has spent the majority of his career; he also played briefly in Zimbabwe. His first match was as part of the 2000-1 Ranji Trophy, where the team got through to the quarter-finals. Although he played very little in his first two seasons, he helped Pradesh to get to the Plate semi-finals in the 2002-3 season, and saw them finish second a year later. After the end of the 2003-4 season, he joined the India A cricket team and played in Zimbabwe and Kenya before returning for the next Indian cricket season.

In the 2004-5 season, Pradesh made it to the Elite Group of the Ranji Trophy, and Golwalkar's performance led to his recruitment to Middlesex County Cricket Club. He returned to India after only a few games, playing sporadically for Pradesh and bringing them to the semi-finals in the Ranji Trophy in 2006.

He is currently playing for county Kypersley in England.


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Feb 13, 1980
  • India

on July 23, 2013

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