T.E Srinivasan, a swashbuckling batsman from Madras, also played for us. He was everything that Wettimuny was not - wild, aggressive, and totaly unorthodox. He was a stalwart for Tamil Nadu, in India, for many years and went on to play one test and two one-day internationals for his country. Many years later I asked Sunil Gavaskar about him and he told me he would have played much more had it not been for his low-caste status.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Came across an interesting passage in Michael Atherton's autobiography - Opening Up - on the first league cricket team he played for - Wodehouses;