Gursharan Singh - Batch of 1981

Gursharan Singh ( Batch of 1981) is former Indian Cricketer and played both Test and One Day International matches. While appearing as a substitute for Roger Binny, in a match against West Indies in 1983, he became the first cricketer to take 4 catches in a a Test as a substitute. He was Captain of Punjab Ranji Team and the cornerstone of Punjab battine lineup and made most significant contribution to winning Ranji Trophy in 1992. He is remembered for his spellbinding knock of 298 not out against West Bengal in Ranji quarter-final at Eden Gardens in 1988. He later went on to be Coach for Punjab , Arunachal and Uttrakhand. He has been associated with BCCI as NCA coach since 2002 and was coach for India Blue team in the Duleep Trophy last year .
In 1995, he started a Cricket Academy in Saket, Delhi and many of his students have represented States in Ranji Trophy. He is married to Narinder Kaur and has a son Swapandeep Singh , 28 years and daughter Harlleen, 26 years.
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