Shiv Sagar Singh is an Indian cricketer, predominantly known for his stint on the domestic level. Born in Orissa in 1979, he represented West Bengal in the First-class and List A tournaments. He has also played in several T20 matches, notably while representing Royal Bengal Tigers in the defunct Indian Cricket League.
His stint in the ICL wasn’t particularly impressive, as he failed to perform consistently well for his team. In the other formats, however, he had a certain level of expertise which made him a valuable player to have in the starting XI.
He has played a total of 28 matches in List A and First-class formats. In the former case, he has taken 27 wickets with the best figure of 3/29, while in the latter, he took 45 wickets with his best figure being 4/47. Shiv Sagar Singh was a slow left-arm orthodox bowler, and proved to be a good spin option for the team.
Batting wise, he wasn’t quite impressive as he has scored less than 300 runs in both the formats.
In the ICL 20s, Singh has taken 4 catches and has caused 2 run outs. He has batted in 14 innings and has remained not out 3 times. 129 runs have been scored by him at a batting average of 11.73 and batting strike rate of 110.26. His highest score was 33 not out against Delhi Giants. He has bowled 40.3 overs and has conceded 289 runs while taking 11 wickets. His bowling average was 26.27, economy rate was 7.17 and bowling strike rate was 21.98. His best bowling figures were 2 for 15 against Delhi Giants.