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Ramesh Menon (cricketer)

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Batting style  Right-handed
Bowling style  Right-arm Off Spin
Role  Cricket Player
Name  Ramesh Menon
1998  Malaysia

Born  14 December 1963 (age 52) (1963-12-14) Malacca, Malaysia
List A debut  17 March 1998 Malaysia v Pakistan International Airlines
Last List A  14 September 1998 Malaysia v Jamaica
ICC Trophy debut  12 February 1994 Malaysia v Netherlands
Last ICC Trophy  2 April 1997 Malaysia v Singapore

Ramesh Menon (born 14 December 1963) is a Malaysian former cricketer. A right-handed batsman and right-arm off spin bowler, he played for the Malaysia national cricket team between 1993 and 2001.


Born in Malacca in 1963, Ramesh Menon made his debut for Malaysia in the 1993 Saudara Cup match against Singapore, next playing for them in the 1994 ICC Trophy in Nairobi. He also played in the Saudara Cup that year, and the next, during which he played in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy series for the first time.

He played two matches in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy in 1996, and all three in 1997, before playing in the 1997 ICC Trophy in Kuala Lumpur. In 1998, after playing in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy series, he made his List A debut against Pakistan International Airlines in the Wills Cup, a Pakistani domestic one-day competition. After playing in his final Saudara Cup match in August, he represented Malaysia in the cricket tournament at the 1998 Commonwealth Games, hosted in Kuala Lumpur.

Following the Commonwealth Games, he played in the ACC Trophy in Nepal in October. He did not play for Malaysia at all in 1999, returning to play twice in 2000 and three times in 2001, all in the Stan Nagaiah Trophy series.


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