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Former cricketer-BCCI referee dies due to corona

Former Saurashtra fast bowler and Indian Cricket Board referee Rajendrasinh Jadeja has died due to corona.

Mumbai: The demise of Rajiv Satav, a Congress MP from Corona, has created a huge void in the Congress. The father of some of the players in the sports world has also been deprived in the second wave of Corona. Now big news is coming from the cricket world. Former Saurashtra fast bowler and Indian Cricket Board referee Rajendrasinh Jadeja has died due to corona.

Rajendra Singh Jadeja’s corona report was positive. They begin treatment. He has passed away. Everyone has expressed the feeling that his departure has created a huge void in the sports world.

Rajendrasinh Jadeja was a right hand fast bowler. He was also seen as a good all-rounder. He scored 1536 and 104 runs in 50 first-class matches and 11 List A matches, while taking 134 and 14 wickets respectively.

Jadeja has been the official referee for BCCI in 53 first-class 18 List A and 34 T20 matches. Apart from this, in the selection committee of Saurashtra Cricket Team, coaches and
He also worked in team management.

SCA president Jaydev Shah also mourned his death, saying “it is a great loss for world cricket.” Rajendra Sir was one of the most skilled and intelligent people I have ever met. It was my good fortune that I played a lot of matches under the head coach, manager and mentor.

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