| Vijay Mehra (cricketer)|
August 25, 2006, Delhi, India
| Right-handed batsman|
St. Columbas School, Delhi
Vijay Mehra (cricketer) Wikipedia
Vijay Mehra (born 17 October 1963 in New York, United States), is an Emirati cricketer. He played six One Day Internationals for United Arab Emirates. He was a wicket-keeper and batsmen. Mehra is the great-nephew of the Delhi cricketer and administrator Ram Prakash.
He attended St. Columba's School, Delhi and St. Stephen's College, Delhi.
During the 1996 LOI World Cup, he was described as the "Sachin Twndulkar of UAE cricket". Indeed his debut LOI innings was a stroke-filled 43 against an Indian side that featured Tendulkar.