Raghunath Chandorkar, India's oldest living first-class cricketer, turns 100

Raghunath Chandorkar, who featured in seven first class games for Maharashtra and Bombay, turned 100 on Saturday.

Born in Karjat in 1920, Chandorkar played for Maharashtra and Bombay between 1943 and 1950-51.   -  Twitter

Raghunath Chandorkar, who featured in seven first class games for Maharashtra and Bombay, turned 100 on Saturday, becoming the third Indian cricketer to complete a century of birthdays.

Born in Karjat in 1920, Chandorkar played for Maharashtra between 1943-44 and 1946-47. He later played for Bombay in 1950-51. The wicket-keeper batsman had scored 155 runs in seven games.

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