India news January 18, 2012

Former Punjab batsman dies at 75

ESPNcricinfo staff

Harold Ghosh, the former Eastern Punjab, Northern Punjab and Railways batsman, has died in Jalandhar at the age of 75. Ghosh played first-class cricket for 24 years between 1951 and 1975; he was a left-hand batsman and bowled left-arm spin. In 72 first-class games, Ghosh scored 2599 runs at 26.79 and hit four centuries. He also picked up 29 wickets at 30.68.

M.P Pandove, the secretary of the Punjab Cricket Association, condoled Ghosh's death.