New Delhi: Former Saurashtra cricketer and BCCI match referee Rajendrasinh Jadeja handed away at 66 on account of Covid 19 , the Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation (SCA) mentioned on Sunday.
“Everyone at SCA are deeply saddened on the untimely demise of Rajendrasinh Jadeja, one of the most remarkable yesteryear cricketers of Saurashtra. He left for heavenly abode today early morning fighting a hard battle against COVID-19,” the SCA mentioned in an announcement.
Rajendrasinh was one of many best right-arm medium pacers and a outstanding all-rounder. He performed for Saurashtra between 1974-75 to 1986-87.
He performed 50 first-class matches and 11 Record A video games, taking 134 and 14 wickets respectively.
He scored 1,536 runs in first-class matches and 104 runs in Record A cricket.
Moreover enjoying cricket he additionally served because the BCCI’s official referee in 53 first-class matches, 18 Record A video games, and 34 T20s.
Rajendrasinh has additionally labored as selector, coach and crew supervisor of Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation.
Former BCCI and SCA secretary Niranjan Shah mentioned, “Rajendrasinh Jadeja was the man with quality, style, ethics, and great cricketing capabilities. His dedication and contribution to cricket shall be remembered forever.”
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SCA president Jaydev Shah, too, condoled his demise, saying, “it is an immense loss to the world of cricket. Rajendra sir was one of the finest men I have met. I am fortunate to play many matches having him as our head coach, manager and mentor.”