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Satyajit Parab      

Full name Satyajit Sudhir Parab

Born September 1, 1975, Baroda, Gujarat

Current age 39 years 109 days

Major teams Baroda, India A, Indian Board President's XI, West Zone

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak

Satyajit Sudhir Parab
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 84 143 6 4782 154 34.90 16 16 62 0
List A 35 33 0 1134 142 34.36 1 7 9 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 84 281 188 2 1/6 94.00 4.01 140.5 0 0
List A 35 76 86 0 - - - 6.78 - 0 0 0
Career statistics
First-class debut 1997/98
Last First-class Baroda v Saurashtra at Vadodara, Dec 8-9, 2009 scorecard
List A debut 1997/98
Last List A India B v India Seniors at Mohali, Oct 13, 2005 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0 Baroda v Saurashtra Vadodara 8 Dec 2009 FC
0, 0 Baroda v Karnataka Vadodara 1 Dec 2009 FC
0, 4 Baroda v U. Pradesh Ghaziabad 17 Nov 2009 FC
1, 154 Baroda v Bengal Kolkata 10 Nov 2009 FC
36, 39 Baroda v Delhi Vadodara 3 Nov 2009 FC
130 Baroda v Andhra Vadodara 18 Dec 2008 FC
0, 11 Baroda v Tamil Nadu Vadodara 12 Dec 2008 FC
16, 15 Baroda v Maharashtra Vadodara 29 Nov 2008 FC
33, 19 Baroda v Karnataka Bangalore 23 Nov 2008 FC
28 Baroda v Railways Delhi 16 Nov 2008 FC
Profile

An attacking opening batsman, Satyajit Parab has been one of the mainstays of Baroda's batting line-up over the last three seasons. He started off in the middle order, but the runs began to flow when he moved up to open the innings. Like most batsmen from the subcontinent, Parab is a fine strokeplayer, but his defensive technique has often been questioned. That didn't prevent him from scoring a bucketful of runs in 2000-01, though, when Baroda won the Ranji Trophy. Parab scored 809 runs at 58, and followed that up with 895 runs at an average of 56 in 2002-03. His consistency in the domestic circuit - and a knee injury to Akash Chopra - won him a place in the India A squad for the tour to England, but he played only two matches, passed over often for other opening batsmen such as Shiv Sunder Das, Wasim Jaffer and S Sriram. His age, coupled with his average abilities as a fielder, makes it highly unlikely that he will break into the national team. (S Rajesh)

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Tournament Results
Mumbai v U. Pradesh at Hyderabad (Deccan) - Jan 12-16, 2009
Mumbai won by 243 runs
Mumbai v Saurashtra at Chennai - Jan 4-7, 2009
Match drawn
Tamil Nadu v U. Pradesh at Nagpur - Jan 4-7, 2009
Match drawn
Gujarat v U. Pradesh at Vadodara - Dec 26-29, 2008
Match drawn
Mumbai v H. Pradesh at Ahmedabad - Dec 26-29, 2008
Mumbai won by 9 wickets
Saurashtra v Karnataka at Mumbai (BS) - Dec 26-29, 2008
Saurashtra won by 5 wickets
Tamil Nadu v Bengal at Bangalore - Dec 26-29, 2008
Tamil Nadu won by 8 wickets
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