Matches (11)
T20 World Cup (2)
County DIV1 (5)
County DIV2 (4)

Full Name

Madhav Krishnaji Mantri

Born

September 01, 1921, Nasik, Maharashtra

Died

May 23, 2014, Mumbai, (aged 92y 264d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Fielding Position

Wicketkeeper

RELATIONS

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(great-nephew)

A capable opening bat and safe wicketkeeper, Madhav Mantri could not quite establish himself in the Indian team in the fifties because of the presence of better candidates in both fields. He toured England in 1952 and Pakistan in 1954-55. In England he scored 550 runs (22.91) on the tour and had 39 dismissals. In his first Test, he scored 39 putting on 75 runs for the first wicket with Pankaj Roy. His best match as wicketkeeper was when he caught three and stumped in the England first first innings at Lord's in 1952.

But if his record for India was modest, Mantri was consistency personified in the Ranji Trophy. He scored 2787 runs (50.67) in the national competition during a first class career that stretched over 25 years. His highest score was 200 for Bombay against Maharashtra in 1948-49, the third of three centuries in successive matches. In first class cricket he had 193 dismissals, 137 of them caught. He is the uncle of Sunil Gavaskar.
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M.K.Mantri Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAve100s50s6sCtSt
Tests48167399.5700081
FC9514111440320033.86726-13656

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Tests4------------
FC95-18712132/38-40.333.8862.3-00
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Test

Recent Matches of M.K.Mantri

MatchBatBowlWktDateGroundFormat
Bombay vs UP18----02-Mar-1957VaranasiFC
Bombay vs Gujarat80/13--08-Dec-1956BrabourneFC
India vs Pakistan0 & 2----01-Jan-1955DhakaTest # 394
Indians vs Minor C4--0c/0s06-Sep-1952LakenhamOTHER
Indians vs England XI26 & 54--2c/1s & 0c/3s03-Sep-1952HastingsFC

Debut/Last Matches of M.K.Mantri

Photos of M.K.Mantri

Madhav Mantri (center) leads the ACC team on a goodwill visit to Pakistan