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Ashok Dinda
Ashok Dinda

Full Name: Ashok Bhimchandra Dinda

DOB: 25th Mar 1984

Batting Style: Right Handed

Bowling Style: Right-arm medium fast

Team:
  • India
  • India A
  • India B
  • India Green
  • India Red
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Bengal
  • Pune Warriors India
  • East Zone (India)
  • Rising Pune Supergiant
  • Career Stats
    Batting & Fielding
    Format Mat Inns NO Runs Avge HS BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct st
    Tests 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    ODIs 13 5 0 21 4.2 16 36 58.33 0 0 1 0 1 0
    T20is 9 2 1 22 22 19 24 91.67 0 0 1 0 1 0
    First Class 106 138 42 1005 10.47 55* 1534 65.51 0 2 138 21 39 0
    List A 84 45 12 298 9.03 33 358 83.24 0 0 30 5 18 0
    T20s 133 32 13 82 4.32 22 120 68.33 0 0 5 0 20 0
    Bowling
    Format Mat Inns Balls Mdns Runs Wkts Avge Eco SR BBI 4w 5w 10
    Tests 0 0 0 - 0 0 0
    ODIs 13 13 594 2 612 12 51 6.18 49.5 2/44 0 0 0
    T20is 9 9 180 1 245 17 14.41 8.17 10.59 4/19 1 0 0
    First Class 106 178 21233 736 11016 388 28.39 3.11 54.72 8/123 16 25 5
    List A 84 84 4378 48 3784 134 28.24 5.19 32.67 5/29 2 3 0
    T20s 133 130 2695 4 3441 133 25.87 7.66 20.26 4/13 3 0 0
    Profile

    Ashok Dinda’s bowling action - with a uniquely high leap before landing on the crease - makes him noticeable wherever he’s bowling. Hailing from West Bengal’s Midnapore district, Dinda’s rise to national reckoning is another chapter in the story of how Indian cricket’s reach has extended beyond the metros. The right-arm fast-medium Dinda made his debut for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy in 2005-06 and was part of the side that reached the final in the next season. He was then picked up by Kolkata Knight Riders after attending try-outs for the team before IPL 2008, but it was in the 2008-09 first-class season that he came into prominence with 43 wickets. That led to an international debut in a Twenty20 against Sri Lanka in December 2009, and he was also part of the Indian team that toured Zimbabwe in 2010 when a number of seniors were rested. A quiet period followed for Dinda, but he roared back into contention with a terrific domestic season in 2011-12, where he grabbed 67 wickets, helped Bengal avoid relegation in the Ranji Trophy, and win the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Additionally he was also part of the East Zone team that won the Duleep Trophy. This led to another national call-up for the Asia Cup in March 2012. In the IPL, Dinda was bought by Delhi Daredevils in 2011 for $US375,000 and transferred to Pune Warriors India before IPL 2012.

    Last Updated:1st Apr 2016 Author:Sidhanta Patnaik
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