Full name Dhir Jagdish Lal
Born October 8, 1920, Kapurthala, Punjab
Died March 3, 1997, Kapurthala, Punjab (aged 76 years 146 days)
Major teams East Zone, Hindus, Hyderabad (India), Maharaja of Patiala's XI, Northern India, Railways, Services, United Provinces
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1938/39 - 1958/59|
An opening batsman like his brother and nephew, Jagdish Lal played only 16 first-class matches but he managed to represent eight different teams in doing so. In 27 innings he managed only one fifty and one hundred, his career-best of 130 coming in an opening stand of 273 made with Nazar Mohammad for Northern India against North West Frontier Province in the 1941-42 Ranji Trophy.
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