Former Indian cricketer Gopalaswamy Kasturirangan passes away

Former Cricketer, Administrator and Pitch Curator, Gopalaswamy Iyenger Kasturirangan passed away. He was born on 12th October 1930 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He began his career in the 1948-49 season representing Mysore in the Ranji Trophy and retired from first-class cricket after the 1962-63 season.

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Gopalaswamy Kasturirangan was a fast bowler who played 36 first-class matches and Captained Mysore Ranji Team (now Karnataka). He has also served as Chairman of BCCI grounds and pitches Committee and Vice-President of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA).

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