Rajesh Pawar

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Rajesh Vithal Pawar (born 6 September 1979), in Bombay, Maharashtra, is an Indian cricketer who played for Mumbai in domestic cricket. He is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler and a handy left-handed batsman. Pawar has taken over 200 first-class wickets and has achieved a highest score with the bat of 95 not out. He played for Mumbai, Baroda and Andhra Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy. In January 2007, he was named in India's 30-man preliminary squad for the World Cup and despite not making the final 15, he was included in the test squad for a test series against Bangladesh following the tournament. He traveled via Auto Rickshaw in his first match versus Bangladesh.

He leads the team 'Parkophene Cricketers' in the Kanga League.

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