(Last Updated on : 25/04/2014)
Deccan Chargers, also known as Chargers, and short from as DC, is a cricket franchise that represents the city of Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League. This team has come a long way ever since its inception. For the inaugural edition, the team finished last in the IPL, but went on to win the second edition of the tournament, under successful leadership of Captain Adam Gilchrist, who captained the team for the third season as well. However, from fourth season onwards, Kumar Sangakkara has been leading the team and Cameron White has been the Vice-Captain. The team is coached by Darren Lehmann, former Australian Test and One-Day Cricketer.
The Deccan Chargers franchise is owned by the Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited. The official team logo for the Chargers is a charging bull. From the 2009 season, the team changed the colour of the jersey (from beige and black to sparkling silver and blue) and the logo (from gold and red to white and blue).
Players of Deccan Chargers
Wicketkeeper for Deccan Chargers
Batsmen for Deccan Chargers
All-Rounder for Deccan Chargers
Dwaraka Ravi Teja
Bowlers for Deccan Chargers
Veer Pratap Singh
Support Staff for Deccan Chargers
Patricia Jane Jenkins (Tricia):
Tricia joins Deccan Chargers Support Force as Sports Massage Therapist for the IPL 2012 season. She is a highly qualified Sports Massage Therapist who is the Remedial/Sports Massage Therapist for Swimming Team, Australia and travels with team on International Tours.
B.M.Santosh, Analyst for Deccan Chargers is a qualified engineer from Visvesvaraya Tchnological University, Karnataka. He is also the performance analyst for Karnataka Ranji team, Karnataka Cricket Academy, Goa U-19 and SKG International School, Dubai.
Warwickshire stalwart for 17 years, Trevor Penney retired from first-class cricket at the end of the 2005 season to take up a post as Sri Lanka's assistant coach, where he teamed up with his former county team-mate, Tom Moody. Originally from Zimbabwe, Penney joined the county in 1988 whereupon he embarked on a four-year residential qualification.
A superbly talented player, the stockily-built Darren Lehmann is a free-scoring left-hand batsman, and an underestimated left-arm orthodox spin bowler. As an out-and-out stroke player, he treats spectators to an audacious mixture of swashbuckling aggression and deft finesse
David Bailey is trainer. Sean Slattery: Sean originates from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. After running 2 large physiotherapy practices for 12 years, Sean decided to opt for a 'tree change' and has recently moved to Echuca, in Northern Victoria, from where he is operating his physiotherapy practice.
Paul Skinner is team manager
The 52 year old Kanwaljit Singh is the only player to have played in more than 100 Ranji Trophy games for Hyderabad. This mighty sardar, a genuine spinner of the ball was a delight to watch. He is an inspiring example for other cricketers for his formidable spirit and commitment to give 100 per cent every time he stepped on the cricket field, unmindful of the reward.
Dr. Mohammed Zahoorul Hussain:
Dr. Mohammed Zahoorul Hussain, M.B.B.S, D.CH is trained in Sports Medicine at NIS-Patiala. He was Medical consultant for the Asian games, New Delhi 1982 and World Badminton Championship, New Delhi 1984, Chief Medical Director and Principal HOD (Retd) of Medical Department of South Central Railways, East Coast Railways and Medical Director-ICF, Chennai.