Amay Khurasiya      

Full name Amay Ramsevak Khurasiya

Born May 18, 1972, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Current age 42 years 55 days

Major teams India, Madhya Pradesh

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox

Amay Ramsevak Khurasiya
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
ODIs 12 11 0 149 57 13.54 188 79.25 0 1 14 2 3 0
First-class 119 188 9 7304 238 40.80 21 31 90 0
List A 112 108 9 3768 157 38.06 4 26 44 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
ODIs 12 - - - - - - - - - - - -
First-class 119 6 9 0 - - - 9.00 - 0 0 0
List A 112 6 8 0 - - - 8.00 - 0 0 0
Career statistics
ODI debut India v Sri Lanka at Pune, Mar 30, 1999 scorecard
Last ODI Sri Lanka v India at Colombo (RPS), Jul 28, 2001 scorecard
ODI statistics
First-class debut 1989/90
Last First-class Vidarbha v Madhya Pradesh at Nagpur, Dec 9-12, 2006 scorecard
List A debut 1991/92
Last List A Madhya Pradesh v Vidarbha at Jaipur, Feb 15, 2006 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
66* Ind Masters v Eng Masters Bridgetown 9 Nov 2010 Other T20
18 Ind Masters v Eng Masters Bridgetown 7 Nov 2010 Other T20
16 Ind Masters v WI Masters Bridgetown 6 Nov 2010 Other T20
49* Ind Masters v SL Masters Bridgetown 5 Nov 2010 Other T20
0 India Rev v Air India B Mohali 3 Sep 2009 Other OD
5 India Rev v Indian Tob Mohali 2 Sep 2009 Other OD
34*, 0c/0s India v All Stars Kowloon 9 Nov 2008 Other OD
1c/0s, 20 India v Pakistan Kowloon 8 Nov 2008 Other OD
0c/0s, 31* India v South Africa Kowloon 8 Nov 2008 Other OD
1c/0s, 9 India v England Kowloon 8 Nov 2008 Other OD
Profile

A flamboyant left-hander from Madhya Pradesh, Amay Khurasiya has always been fancied as a batsman who could score briskly. After beginning his career in exciting fashion, scoring a quick half-century against Sri Lanka in the Pepsi Cup in March 1999, Khurasiya found the going quite difficult at the international level. Although he was in the squad for the World Cup in England he did not play a single match. In the three matches in Sri Lanka (Aiwa Cup) and then the two matches in the Coca-Cola Challenger in Singapore, he managed just 66 runs. The southpaw has so far failed to capitalise on the infrequent chances that have come his way. His tendency to shuffle in the crease and flash at the ball outside the off stump have been exploited by bowlers. Sachin Tendulkar's foot injury just before the Coca-Cola Cup in Sri Lanka (mid 2001) gives Khurasiya a chance to revitalise his career. Recalled to the Indian team as a standby opener, Khurasiya is under pressure to make a few big scores. In doing so, he might just be able to get in contention for one of the middle order positions on offer. A heavy scorer in domestic circuit, Khurasiya has been a key member of the MP Ranji team through the nineties. He has amassed over 5700 runs in first-class cricket with a personal best of 238. He has thrice aggregated over 500 runs in a season, scoring 584 runs off 11 innings in 1990-91 and followed it up immediately with an aggregate of 548 runs in 10 innings the following season. In the 2000-01 season Khurasiya was once again in the news, scoring 711 runs in domestic first-class cricket. He retired from first-class cricket in April 2007 and has since taken up television commentary.
Anand Vasu

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Jul 28, 2001

28 July 2001: Coca-Cola Cup (Sri Lanka) 2001, 6th Match, India v Sri Lanka, R.Premadasa Stadium, Khettarama, Colombo

Amay Khurasiya plays all around a quick one from Vaas and departs for a duck

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Jun 6, 2001

Amay Khurasiya, Madhya Pradesh, Portrait

Amay Khurasiya, Portrait, 2001

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Feb 14, 2001

Khurasiya walks back after being trapped LBW by Srinath. Challenger Series 2000/01, India v India 'B' at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 13 Feb 2001

Khurasiya walks back after being trapped LBW by Srinath

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Tournament Results
Aus Women v Eng Women at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 7, 2012
Aus Women won by 4 runs
Aus Women v WI Women at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 5, 2012
Aus Women won by 28 runs
Eng Women v NZ Women at Colombo (RPS) - Oct 4, 2012
Eng Women won by 7 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
Pak Women v SA Women at Colombo (Moors) - Oct 3, 2012
SA Women won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
SL Women v India Women at Colombo (NCC) - Oct 3, 2012
India Women won by 9 wickets (with 32 balls remaining)
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