Javagal Srinath Birthday, Age, Family & Biography


Javagal Srinath

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BIRTHDAY 31 August, 1969
BIRTH PLACE Mysore , Karnataka
COUNTRY India
AGE (in 2017) 48 Years Old
BIRTH SIGN Virgo
HEIGHT in centimeters- 191 cm
in meters- 1.91 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 3”
Last Updated on : July 19, 2017

More Professions : Referee

Birthday Countdown, Age and Birthday Facts

48 years, 3 months, 12 days old age Javagal Srinath will turn 49 on 31 August, 2018. Only 8 months, 17 days, 1 hours, 38 minutes has left for his next birthday.


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About   Edit

Javagal Srinath was born on 31st August 1969. He a former Indian cricketer and current ICC match referee. He was one of India’s finest quick bowlers who has taken more than 300 wickets in one-day internationals.

Career

Srinath was conceived in Mysore district, Karnataka. He did his Bachelors in Engineering in Instrumentation Technology from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore. He tied knots with Jyothsana in 1999 however later they had a separation on a shared asset. He then remarried in 2008 to Madhavi Patravali.

Javagal Srinath took a hat trick in his first class debut in 1990. Later on, he made his first One-day International debut at Sharjah in 1991 and test cricket debut on 29th November 1991 against Australia. He is the main Indian quick bowler to have taken a most noteworthy number of wickets in ODI matches.

He likewise has many records to his side such as the most astounding number of wickets by an Indian bowler in world cups and ODI matches, 2nd Indian to take more than 300 wickets, second highest number of not outs in cricket world cup and much more.

Srinath was honored by the Arjuna award in 1999 which was a matter of immense pride for him and his fans.

He retired from all forms of the game after 2003 World Cup. Post retirement, he first worked as KSCA secretary and since then has been working as ICC's match referee.





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