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New Zealand in India 2003-04

Give Sadagoppan Ramesh more cricket

Oct 3, 2003: Sadagoppan Ramesh divides Indian cricket followers like no other man

The Wisden Verdict by Samanth Subramanian

India A forge strong reply as Ramesh strikes 110

Oct 3, 2003: Sadagoppan Ramesh staked a strong claim for a national team recall with a fluent century as India A progressed to 216 for 4 at stumps on the second day against the New Zealanders at Rajkot

The Wisden Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Ramesh and Dasgupta picked for tour games against New Zealand

Sep 21, 2003: Deep Dasgupta and Sadagopan Ramesh will get another opportunity to stake their claims for berths in the national squad, as both were named in the 14-man India A line-up which will play against New Zealand in a tour game from October 2-4

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Openings for openers

Sep 6, 2003: The first in a series of articles examining how the Indian team is shaping up for the coming 2003-04 season

Amit Varma

Wright enthusiastic about pre-season camp

Aug 9, 2003: John Wright has said that working with a pool of 36 players in two pre-season camps will give him and the selectors a good idea of which players can make the transition to the international level

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Ramesh anchors Tamil Nadu on first day

Apr 26, 2003: Opener Sadagoppan Ramesh made a patient, well-constructed 82 as Tamil Nadu and Delhi shared honours at the end of the first day of the Ranji Trophy Elite Group semi-final between the two sides at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Friday

Staff Reporter

Ramesh raring to force his way back

Jun 29, 2000: Indian opening batsman Sadagopan Ramesh is currently enjoying a short break from cricket before he picks up his bat again for the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association senior division league which commences on July 7

Raw deal for Ramesh

Mar 3, 2000: The Indian selectors stated after the first Test against South Africa that they were looking to groom an opening pair

Anand Vasu
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