Full name Kamlesh Lachham Nagarkoti
Born December 28, 1999, Barmer, Rajasthan
Current age 18 years 116 days
Major teams India Under-19s, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Under-16s, Rajasthan Under-19s
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|List A debut||Mumbai v Rajasthan at Chennai, Feb 26, 2017 scorecard|
|Last List A||Rajasthan v Tamil Nadu at Chennai, Feb 14, 2018 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|4, 0/21||Rajasthan||v Tamil Nadu||Chennai||14 Feb 2018||LA|
|0/38||Rajasthan||v M. Pradesh||Chennai||12 Feb 2018||LA|
|2/41||India U19||v Aust U19||Mount Maunganui||3 Feb 2018||YODI # 1204|
|1, 0/7||India U19||v Pakistan U19||Christchurch||30 Jan 2018||YODI # 1201|
|5, 3/18||India U19||v B'desh U19||Queenstown||26 Jan 2018||YODI # 1192|
|0/35||India U19||v Zim U19||Mount Maunganui||19 Jan 2018||YODI # 1177|
|1/17||India U19||v PNG U19||Mount Maunganui||16 Jan 2018||YODI # 1168|
|11*, 3/29||India U19||v Aust U19||Mount Maunganui||14 Jan 2018||YODI # 1164|
|26*, 2/15||India U19||v S Africa U19||Christchurch||9 Jan 2018||Other OD|
|0/37, 26*||India U19||v England U19||Taunton||16 Aug 2017||YODI # 1139|
Bustling through the crease with a whippy action, Kamlesh Nagarkoti is among the quickest bowlers coming through the age-group ranks in India, clocking regularly in excess of 140kph. His athleticism and ability to bowl long spells makes him a captain's dream. His lightning sharp reflexes at backward point, coupled with his hitting ability lower down the batting order, makes him an all-round asset.
Nagarkoti made his List A debut for Rajasthan during the 2016-17 Vijay Hazare Trophy and impressed in his second game, rescuing his team from 54 for 6 with an unbeaten half-century. He followed that by claiming the first hat-trick by a Rajasthan bowler in List A cricket to bowl his side to victory.
In his first trip outside the subcontinent, Nagarkoti took 14 wickets in two youth Tests against England Under-19 at 15.14, including a match haul of 10 for 112 in the first Test in Chesterfield. More impressive performances earned him a spot in India's Under-19 squad for the 2018 World Cup. At the IPL auction in February 2018, he was bought for INR 3. (USD 500,000 approx.) crore by Kolkata Knight Riders.