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Saurashtra cricketer Avi Barot dies after suffering cardiac arrest at age of 29

Saurashtra cricketer Avi Barot dies after struggling cardiac arrest at age of 29 | Cricket Information

Avi Barot the participant who additionally represented Haryana and Gujarat in his profession, died on Friday (October 15). “Everybody at Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation is deeply shocked and saddened on the very surprising, premature and intensely unhappy demise of Avi Barot, a outstanding and notable cricketer of Saurashtra. He left for heavenly abode within the night of fifteenth October 2021 as a result of extreme cardiac arrest,” the SCA acknowledged in a media launch. He was a right-handed batter, who may additionally bowl off-breaks.
Barot performed 38 first-class matches, 38 Record A matches and 20 Home T20 video games. He was a wicket-keeper-batsman and scored 1,547 runs in first-class matches, 1030 runs in list-A video games and 717 runs in T20s.
#Saurashtra Ranji Trophy winner Avi Barot dies aged 29 # Avi Barot had performed for Gujarat and Haryana earlier than settling down with Saurashtra © MPCA
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Barot was part of the Ranji Trophy-winning Saurashtra group, which had defeated Bengal within the summit conflict. For Saurashtra, he performed 21 Ranji Trophy matches, 17 Record A matches and 11 home T20 video games.
Barot was India U-19 captain in 2011 and earlier this 12 months, he grabbed consideration along with his stupendous 122-run knock in simply 53 balls throughout a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match towards Goa. SCA President Jaydev Shah condoled Barot’s demise.
“That is completely surprising and painful to find out about Avi’s unhappy demise. He was an amazing teammate and had nice cricketing abilities. In all latest home matches, he had carried out remarkably effectively. He was a really pleasant and noble human being. All of us at Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation are in deep shock,” stated Shah, himself a former Saurashtra captain.

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