Sridharan Sriram

Team Maharashtra Cricket Team Maharashtra Cricket Team
Role Batsman
Born Feb 21, 1976
Nationality India India
Team History
Maharashtra Cricket Team Maharashtra 2006 - present
Goa cricket team Goa 2009 - present
Assam Cricket team Assam 2010 - present
Himachal Pradesh Cricket team Himachal Pradesh 2011 - present
Tamil Nadu cricket team Tamil Nadu 1993 - 2005
National Cricket Team 2000 - 2004
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Sridharan Sriram is a left handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler. In 1992-93 season, during India’s Under-19 tour of South Africa, he claimed 29 wickets and made an impression. In 1999-2000 season, he became only the 3rd batsman to pile up 1000 runs in the domestic season. Due to this performance, he came into national notice. He represented teams like India, Scotland, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. In the ICL, he is a member of Ahmedabad Rockets.

Sridharan Sriram has played only 1 Twenty20 match. This match was played between Maharashtra and Saurashtra at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on 4th April 2007. He was the no. 7 batsman, but was dismissed on the very first ball he faced for no score. He was a very expensive bowler and gave away 22 runs in the 2 overs that he bowled.

Career Highlights

Sridharan Sriram has participated in 9 ODIs and in these accumulated 81 runs with 57 as his highest score. His batting average was 13.50 and batting strike rate was 60. He took 1 catch and clobbered 9 boundaries. In the 324 balls that he bowled, he took 9 wickets while conceding 274 runs. His bowling average was 30.44 and bowling strike rate was 36.

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