Full name Madhusudan Ramachandra Rege
Born March 18, 1924, Panvel, Maharashtra
Died December 16, 2013 (aged 89 years 273 days)
Major teams India, Maharashtra
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|Only Test||India v West Indies at Chennai, Jan 27-31, 1949 scorecard|
|First-class span||1944/45 - 1954/55|
An able right-hand opening batsman, Rege was another of those players who forced their way into reckoning for national honours by some splendid performances in the Ranji Trophy. In 1948-49 he scored 133 and 100 for Maharashtra against Bombay and before long was representing India against West Indies at Madras. He scored 15 and 0, falling to Prior Jones both times. In a first-class career that lasted about a decade, Rege scored 2348 runs (37.26) with six centuries. Partab Ramchand
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