Former Indian cricketer Ashok Dinda retired from all forms of cricket on 2nd February 2021.
He served Bengal cricket with all the passion for one and a half decade and he announced his retirement from all form of cricket.
He wrote that: “Today I am retiring from all formats of cricket. There have been several people, including my parents, who have helped me throughout my career and I would like to thank them. A thank you to my on-field guardian, Sourav Ganguly. He has a lot of contribution in my career.”
— Ashoke Dinda (@dindaashoke) February 3, 2021
Dinda is one of the fastest bowlers and his contribution to Cricket is expansive. He played for Bengal, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rising Pune Supergiant, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevils, Pune Warriors India and plays for Goa in Ranji Trophy. And he also has 420 first-class wickets in his bag, has also played 13 ODIs and nine T20s for India, taking 12 and 17 wickets respectively.
Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Avishek Dalmiya, secretary Snehashis Ganguly and joint secretary Debabrata Das presented him silver plaque and a bouquet for his vast appearance in the field.
We are going to miss one of the best gems from the field, we all admire and can thank him for his endowment. Good luck for his future!
Ashok Dinda announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in a press conferencehttps://t.co/ihw1HxHXCA
— CricketNDTV (@CricketNDTV) February 2, 2021