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Manoj Cheruparambil

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Full Name  Manoj Cheruparambil
Birth Place  Thrissur, India
Batting style  Right-handed
National team   Hong Kong
Bowling style  Right arm medium
Manoj Cheruparambil (Cricketer)

Born  (1979-10-24) 24 October 1979 (age 35)

Manoj Cheruparambil (born October 24, 1979) is an Indian-born Hong Kong cricketer. He played in two One Day Internationals for the Hong Kong cricket team in 2004, both in Colombo in Sri Lanka during the Asia Cup, the first against Bangladesh and the second against Pakistan. As of 1 March 2007, he has also played in two first-class and two List A cricket matches. He served as captain of Hong Kong in ICC World Cricket League matches and also as vice-captain. He also served as a wicket-keeper for Hong Kong national team.

Manoj Cheruparambil Manoj Cheruparambil

Manoj Cheruparambil is the first Malayali cricketer to represent another country (Hong Kong) in International cricket. He is only the fifth Kerala born cricketer to play International cricket after Abey Kuruvilla, Tinu Yohannan, Sreesanth and Sanju Samson. He was the first Malyali cricketer to play international cricket as a batsman before Sanju Samson.

Manoj Cheruparambil (Cricketer) in the past

References

Manoj Cheruparambil Wikipedia


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