Full name Kittu Gundappa Suresh
Born February 27, 1945, Bangalore, Karnataka
Died January 6, 2010 (aged 64 years 313 days)
Major teams Mysore
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
|First-class span||1966/67 - 1971/72|
Kittu Gundappa Suresh was a right-hand allrounder, whose promising exploits with both bat and ball never took full flight. In 23 matches for Mysore (31 innings), he averaged a shade over 20 with the bat, never reaching the three-figure mark, though he got within eight runs of the milestone against Andhra in 1966. He had more success with the new ball, picking 32 wickets including a best of 7-61 against Kerala. Suresh breathed his last on January 6, 2010, at the age of 64.
Cricinfo staff January 2010
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