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Walter D'Souza, One Of India's Oldest First-class Cricketers, Passes Away

Walter D'Souza, 93, played for Gujarat and ACC and breathed his last at his home in suburban Khar

Walter D'Souza, One Of India's Oldest First-class Cricketers, Passes Away
Walter D'Souza
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Walter D'Souza, One Of India's Oldest First-class Cricketers, Passes Away
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2020-04-10T22:13:11+0530

One of India's oldest first-class cricketer Walter D'Souza died on Thursday morning in Mumbai. (More Cricket News)

D'Souza was 93.

He played for Gujarat and ACC and breathed his last at his home in suburban Khar.

D'Souza played the 1950-51 Ranji Trophy final for Gujarat versus Holkar at Indore, in which he made 50 and 77 respectively.

The final was won by Holkar by 189 runs.

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