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Three Indians to figure in County cricket

April 13, 2003 15:17 IST

Three top-notch Indian cricketers will represent various teams in the Frizzell County cricket championship, which commences on Friday.

Dashing opening batsman Virender Sehwag will play for Leicestershire while off-spinner Harbhajan Singh will represent Lancashire.

Medium pacer Javagal Srinath will play for Durham. He will also assist the team as a bowling coach.

Srinath, who played for Leicestershire last season, will join the team on April 21.

Sehwag and Harbhajan, currently playing in the one-day tri-series in Dhaka, will also arrive in London around the same time as Srinath, as the Bangladesh tournament is slated to finish on April 20.

The 33-year-old Srinath had opted out of the Dhaka tourney, saying he needs rest after a demanding World Cup, where India staged a remarkable comeback to finish runners-up,
behind Australia.

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Sub: What happened to Dravid?

Wasn't Rahul Dravid considering playing in Scotland? What happened to that?


Posted by NG





Sub: what about Zaheer Khan

Hi, That is a real good news for Indian Cricket, especially for the youngsters like Sehwag and Harbhajan. They will get a lot of exposure ...


Posted by prasad





Sub: Indian Players in English league

I think Srinath would have done well to actually rest himself instead of playing & this could have extended his career. With the amount of ...


Posted by Deepak Kasturi




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