Former Mumbai cricketer Amroliwala passed away at 86


Ex- Mumbai Ranji Trophy cricketer Hoshang (Hoshi) Amroliwala lost their lives at the age of 86 today.

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The officials at the Parsi Tower of Silence affirmed that the final rituals were slated to be held on Friday.

During his career, he took part in 44 games, involving 35 in the Ranji Trophy for the then Bombay Cricket Association. He clinched 1,782 runs during the game involving two centuries.

The player also bowled leg spin and secured 14 wickets.

Amroliwala also took part in two Irani Cup games for the then Ranji Champions Bombay.

He also took part for Bombay CM XI, CCI President’s XI, Bihar Governor’s XI, M K Vizianagaram XI and for Tata SC XI in the Moin-ud-Dowla series in Hyderabad.

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In 1950s and 60s, Amroliwala also symbolized the Parsi cyclists club in the local Kanga League A division.