Indian Cricket: The son of a former fast bowler of Team India will be seen playing cricket for England. The player’s daughter has also been a part of Lancashire’s Under-19 team.
Indian Cricket: There are many such players in the cricket world who have played cricket for other countries except their country, there are many Indians who are playing in foreign teams even in today’s time. Many players have played international cricket for two countries as well, but today we will tell you about an Indian player who himself played for Team India, but his son will be seen playing for England. This player has also been selected in the U19 team.
- The son of this player will play for another country
Former India fast bowler RP Singh’s son Harry Singh is all set to play cricket for England. RP Singh’s son Harry Singh has been selected in the England Under-19 team. Harry Singh has got a place in the England Under-19 team to play the home series against Sri Lanka Under-19, this is a special achievement for him.
- ECB gave good news over the phone
Rudra Pratap Singh (RP Singh) could not play many matches for India. RP Singh, who hails from Lucknow, played two ODIs against Australia in 1986. RP Singh moved to England in the late 1990s and took up coaching assignments with Lancashire County Club and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). RP Singh told in an interview to The Indian Express that a few days ago he got a call from the England Cricket Board that his son has been selected for the England Under-19 team.
- Started playing at the age of 8
RP Singh’s son Harry Singh started playing cricket at the age of eight. His interest in cricket grew during his studies in England. RP Singh says that his son was also good at football, but as he grew up, his interest in cricket increased. That’s when the family decided that their only son would play cricket under his father’s coaching. RP Singh’s daughter has also represented Lancashire’s Under-19 team in England, but later left cricket to study.