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Full name Subhash Manohar Bandiwadekar
Born April 25, 1946, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra
Died February 4, 2007, Mumbai (aged 60 years 285 days)
Major teams Mumbai, Railways
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Relation Brother - VM Bandiwadekar
|List A span||1976-1977|
Subhash Bandiwadekar was a wicketkeeper whose first-class career spanned between 1966 and 1977. He started out playing for the Railways before switching to Mumbai, with whom he won the Ranji Trophy in 1974-75. He scored his only first-class half-century in the 1976 Irani Trophy. He died of a heart attack while on his way to officiate as an umpire in a local match in Mumbai.
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