Vinoo Mankad

Full name:Mulvantrai Himmatlal Mankad
Born:12th April 1917, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India
Died:21st August 1978, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, India
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Slow left-arm orthodox
Relations:Son: AV Mankad; Son: RV Mankad; Son: AV Mankad
Teams:India (Test: 1946-1958/59); Western India (Main FC: 1935/36); Nawanagar (Main FC: 1936/37-1941/42); Hindus (Main FC: 1936/37-1945/46); Maharashtra (Main FC: 1943/44); Gujarat (Main FC: 1944/45-1950/51); Bengal (Main FC: 1948/49); Saurashtra (Main FC: 1950/51); Bombay (Main FC: 1951/52-1955/56); Rajasthan (Main FC: 1956/57-1961/62); Jam Sahib of Jamnagar's XI (Other FC: 1936/37-1937/38); Cricket Club of India (Other FC: 1937/38-1953/54); India (Other FC: 1937/38-1958/59); Viceroy's XI (Other FC: 1940/41); Rest of India (Other FC: 1940/41-1947/48); Western India States (Other FC: 1941/42-1948/49); Bengal Cyclone XI (Other FC: 1942/43); DB Deodhar's XI (Other FC: 1943/44); Bengal Governor's XI (Other FC: 1944/45); India to Ceylon Touring Team (Other FC: 1944/45); West Zone (Other FC: 1945/46-1955/56); Indian XI (Other FC: 1945/46); Indians (Other FC: 1946-1954/55); India to England Touring Team (Other FC: 1946/47); VM Merchant's XI (Other FC: 1946/47); East Zone (Other FC: 1948/49); Central Province Governor's XI (Other FC: 1949/50); Ceylon, India and Pakistan Combined XI (Other FC: 1949/50); Commonwealth XI (Other FC: 1950-1958); Madhya Pradesh Governor's XI (Other FC: 1950/51); Maharashtra Cricket Association President's XI (Other FC: 1953/54); Rajasthan Rajpramukh's XI (Other FC: 1953/54); India Prime Minister's XI (Other FC: 1953/54); Bengal Chief Minister's XI (Other FC: 1956/57); Cricket Club of India President's XI (Other FC: 1956/57); Indian Board President's XI (Other FC: 1957/58); Central Zone (Other FC: 1958/59-1960/61); Bombay Cricket Association President's XI (Other FC: 1960/61); Maharashtra Governor's XI (Other FC: 1962/63-1963/64); Bombay Governor's XI (Other FC: 1963/64); All teams
Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year: 1946/47
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1947
Padma Bhushan: 1973
Wisden India Hall of Fame: 2017
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1946-1958/59)
Test Career Bowling (1946-1958/59)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1935/36-1963/64)
First-Class Career Bowling (1935/36-1963/64)





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