20yr old Wicket-Keeper Batsman Prateet Gotsurve makes a mark with 1200+ runs this Season in Mumbai Cricket
Mumbai Cricket is full of intense competition and it’s not easy to make it to the Top as there are thousands of cricketers across various levels giving their best. To make a mark for oneself in such intense competition, you certainly need to excel at whatever opportunities which comes across and youngster Prateet Gotsurve from Kharghar, Mumbai has certainly made his presence felt scoring consistently across multiple tournaments in Mumbai Cricket this season.
Some of his Statistics this season:
- Scored more than 1200 plus runs this year with an average of 40.00+
- 200+ runs in MCA Madhav Mantri (C division) in (MCA tournament) with an average of 40.00+ and strike rate of above 100.00+ representing Wellington CC
- 36 runs with 7 boundaries in one of the Pursottam Shield Match (A,B,C DIVISION) (MCA tournament)
- 400+ runs for Corporate Tournaments representing MERCK this year which included 1 century & 3 half-centuries.
- Times shield ‘D’ division T20 format (Mca tournament), In 3 matche, total 60 runs with strike rate of 260.00 playing the finisher role for team. Played a match winning cameo in the finals Scored 22 runs of 8 balls with 3 huge sixes batting at no.7.
- 65 odd runs in 2 matches in Pharma Shield representing Merck Team, scored 33 in 1st match followed by 32* in finals match(which was live on YouTube)
- 40 overs Champions Trophy- (played only 1 match) & scored 59 runs representing Merck.
- Mega Corporate Tournament- Played 2 matches, scored 104* in Semi Finals followed by 25 in finals match representing Merck.
- Champions Trophy T20- 3 matches 140 runs with Best score of 57 runs, also received Best Batsman of this tournament.
- First Green Trophy Lonavala T20, 160 runs in 3 matches with an average of 80.00. Scored 74 in 1st match, 50* in 2nd match & also won best fielder (as a keeper) in First Green Trophy representing Rising Vision Team. Apart from that scored 2 centuries and 8 half-centuries in private tournaments this season.
Prateet shared with Cricketgraph “I thank my coach Digambar sir who has been working hard and training me since years. I’ve been able to perform well this season and my coach certainly gets a good chunk of credit for that”
Prateet is a proper wicket-keeper batsman and seems to be adapting well at the middle order playing those finishing cameos as well as scoring big when the team is in trouble. Prateet who trains under Coach Digambar Pardale practices at Raut Cricket Academy under Digambar sir. Here’s wishing Prateet all the luck for a great career ahead.