Full name Nasarvanji Cawasji Bapasola
Born April 4, 1867
Died June 1923 (aged 56 years)
Major teams Parsees
|First-class span||1892/93 - 1903/04|
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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