He was 57 and is survived by wife a son and a daughter. Thanks to a modest job his wife managed to get it helped the family stay afloat.
Former test all rounder eknath solkar well known for his extraordinary fielding and close in catching ability died here sunday following a cardiac arrest.
Eknath solkar wife. Solkar himself admitted it was his best ever catch. Paras mhambrey was mainly a right arm fast medium bowler and a right handed batsman who represented india in tests and odis. He was born in 1941 in bombay maharashtra.
Ashok mankad was a former indian cricketer who represented the indian national team in tests and odis. Eknath solkar solkar was a capable bat with a test century to his name and he could bowl fast as well as slow which earned him the distinction. He is survived by his wife son and daughter.
Somaya too deals with his share of anxiety his wife shami works at a bank in matunga and travels to work. Eknath solkar passes away. Eknath dhondu.
He was famous for his outstanding close fielding. He played 2 tests and 3 odis for india between 1996 and 1998. Born in mumbai formerly bombay solkar never forgot his humble origins.
Solkar who was ill for the last four to five days died at his residence. His neighbour india s finest short leg fielder eknath solkar passed away in 2005. He was a right handed batsman who played in 22 tests and 1 odi for india.
Eknath solkar was a former indian cricketer who represented india in 27 tests and 7 odis. He was a left handed batsman and a left arm medium pace bowler and also a left arm slow bowler as he could bowl fast as well as slow. A severe diabetic he was lately suffering from bronchitis induced respiratory problems mumbai cricket association treasurer ratnakar shetty said he had met solkar around 11.
Eknath dhondu ekky solkar 18 march 1948 26 june 2005 was an indian all round cricketerwho played 27 tests and seven one day internationals for his country. He was born in bombay and died of heart attack in the same city at the age of 57. He was born in 1948 in mumbai maharashtra.
Eknath solkar gives catch practice to his younger brother anant. He was 57 and survived by his wife a son and a daughter. Ajit wadekar is a former indian cricketer who played for the indian national side in 37 tests and 2 odis between 1966 and 1974.