Ex-President Of Cricket Club Madhav Apte Died At 86

Ex-President Of Cricket Club Madhav Apte Died At 86
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Madhav Apte Former Indian Cricket player died at 86 on Monday at  Breach Candy Hospital Monday. He played 7 test matches during the span of 1952 to 1953, later elected as the president of the cricket club of India in 1989.

He started playing Ranji trophy at 20, in the year 1952 and last Ranji played was on 1967-68, inaugurated 26th  Sportstar trophy in 2011. On age of 82 Madhav Apte wrote his autobiography “As luck would have it”.

Source:Sportstar

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  • 23 Sep 2019
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