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Full name Nasarvanji Cawasji Bapasola
Born April 4, 1867
Died June 1923 (aged 56 years days)
Major teams Parsees
BAPASOLA, NASARVANJI CAWASJI, born in April, 1867, died at Meerut in June, aged 56. He was a member of the Parsi team which visited England in 1888, when he scored 584 runs with an average of 12.32 and took 24 wickets at a cost of 18.10 runs each. He was chosen for the first Presidency match in 1892 and for All-India against Lord Hawke's team. From first to last he played for over thirty years.
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