(Last Updated on : 01/08/2014)
Niranjan Ajit Godbole is a right-handed batsman of Maharashtra Cricket team. He was born on November 26, 1976 in Nagpur
. This right-arm offbreak bowler played "First-class" cricket from 1995/96 to 2004/05. Apart from Maharashtra, he has also played for the West Zone Cricket team.
Niranjan Godbole has played in overall 24 "First-class" matches, till today. His total run in these matches is 994 runs with an average of 26.15. Niranjan's scorecard includes one century and 5 half-centuries. His highest score in any "First-class" match is 186 runs. While in bowling, Niranjan Godbole has taken only 1 wicket in these matches by giving 71 runs from 180 balls.
Niranjan Godbole's "List A" career span was from 1999/00 to 2003/04. He has played overall 23 such matches with an average of 36.59. Niranjan Godbole has scored total 805 runs and his highest score ever in any "List A" match is 143 runs. This scorecard includes 1 century and 4 half-centuries. Again in bowling, Niranjan Godbole has taken 5 wickets by giving 135 runs from 222 balls.
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