Top Bowlers: MCA Senior Men’s T20 Practice Matches stats

Highest Wicket-takers in MCA T20 Senior Men’s Practice Matches

  • Tushar Deshpande – 9 wkts in 4 matches @8.00 & economy of 6.55

Mumbai’s fastest bowler has been on song since last two seasons. After a spirited IPL Debut for Delhi Capitals, Tushar has not lost much of his touch yet. In the practice matches, he was way ahead then the rest with 9 scalps in 4 matches steaming in with raw pace and aggression.


  • Akash Parkar – 5 wkts in 3 matches @22.00 & economy of 11.00

Parkar has been in the Top 10 list for both the categories i.e the Top 10 batsman as well as in the Top 10 Bowlers which speaks volumes about his utility as an all-rounder.


  • Shams Mulani – 4 wkts in 4 matches @24.75 & economy of 6.19

One of the sought after & experienced all-rounders in the setup, Shams has proved how pivotal he can be with his miserly bowling and coming up with timely breakthroughs.


Ravinder Solanki – 4 wkts in 2 matches @13.50 & econ of 6.75

Even though Ravinder appeared in 2 matches, he did left behind an impact with 4 wkts and a very impressive bowling average alongwith a tight economy.


  • Minad Manjrekar -4 wkts in 3 matches @19.50 & econ of 6.96

Minad is always that one fast bowling prospect to lookout for. With an impressive economy rate and a healthy bowling average, he has certainly made his stand clear to be in contentions into the playing XI as the third seam bowler alongwith Tushar Deshpande and Dhaval Kulkarni.


  • Prathamesh Dake – 4 wkts in 2 matches @14.25 & econ of 7.13

Prathamesh Dake is one hard working fast bowler who has time and again proved his merit in T20 format.  In the practice matches too, he looked in really good flow bagging 4 wkts in 2 matches with an economy under 7.5.


  • Arjun Tendulkar– 4 wkts in 4 matches @28.25 & econ of 7.90

The 21 run over conceeded by Arjun certainly got viral a few days back, courtesy Suryakumar Yadav. However, Arjun has managed to keep his economy in check not surpassing 8 runs per over. Arjun was also amongst the very few bowlers who got all 4 practice matches to play.


  • Mohit Avasthi – 4 wkts in 3 matches @23.50 & econ of 9.40

A Div’s highest wicket taker last season, impressive performances in T20 Mumbai and consistent club cricket performer since many seasons, Mohit Avasthi has been knocking the Mumbai doors since a long time. Avasthi got 3 matches wherein he bagged 4 wkts at an average under 24.00.


  • Dhaval Kulkarni – 3 wkts in 2 matches @12.00 & econ of 5.14

The senior most bowler from the Mumbai stable and certainly the leader of the bowling line up, Dhaval Kulkarni is now at that stage of his career where his role would be more of leading and guiding the pace attack. Dhaval has already proved himself and he has had a prolific domestic career. Now, it will be interesting to see his new role in mentoring the young fast bowlers. Also, it goes without saying, he has the best economy amongst all the bowlers in this list!


  • Shreyas Gurav – 3 wkts in 2 matches @14.33 & econ of 5.38

Another bowler who impressed one and all with his miserly spells is Shreyas with an economy rate of 5.38 in 3 matches. Will be interesting to see how a left arm spinner like him will be utilized in the days to come>

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