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Jehangir Khot

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Name  Jehangir Khot

Jehangir Behramji Khot (1 July 1913 – 26 March 1990) was a first-class cricketer in the early 1900s who competed for Bombay in the Ranji Trophy. An all-rounder, Khat also represented Parsees and Railways. He was born in Saraunda, Gujarat, India.

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Khot was a right-hand batsman and right-arm off-break bowler. He took a hat-trick in the 1943–44 Ranji Trophy playing for Bombay against Baroda.

Teams

Main FC Cricket: Parsees (1935/36–1945/46); Bombay (1935/36–1950/51): Railways (India) (1958/59)

Other FC Cricket: Dr CR Pereira's XI (1946/47); MK Mantri's XI (1947/48)

Ranji Trophy: Bombay (1935/36–1950/51) ; Railways (India) (1958/59)

Personal life

Khot was married to Katy and they had 1 son name Behram J. After death of his wife, Khot married Banu.

He died in Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, India on 26 March 1990.

References

Jehangir Khot Wikipedia


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