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July 2, 2002
Test discard Vikram Rathour will lead the 16-member Punjab Ranji team on a tour of Kenya from July 22 to August 12. The team will play one two-day, one four-day and seven one-day matches in the course of this tour.
Announcing the team, Mr M P Pandove, sectetary of the Punjab Cricket Association, said that the Punjab team has Dinesh Mongia and Yuvraj Singh in its ranks. These two players are currently touring England with the Indian team but, in all likelihood, will be released from national duty once the one-day three nation series is over.
The other members of the team are Ravneet Ricky, Munish Sharma, Pankaj Dharmani, Ankur Kakkar, Vineet Sharma, Gagandeep Singh, Babloo Kumar, Reetinder Sodhi, Sandeep Sanwal, Harikishan Kali, Amit Uniyal, Chander Madan and Rajesh Sharma.
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