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Hyderabad keen to get back Ojha, Rayudu: Secy

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The Cricket Association (HCA) wants to get back the services of their two former internationals Ambati Rayudu and during the next domestic season.

Newly-appointed HCA Secretary T Seshnarayan said that the new body wants the two home boys back in their fold.



Rayudu had left after some dispute with the erstwhile establishment and then played for Andhra and Baroda.

Ojha has been a part of Bengal set up for last two seasons but has been criticized for his longer format show this season.

"Pragyan and Rayudu are our boys. After taking charge, we have already approached both of them that we want them back. They are our sons and they should now come back 'home'. They left for different reasons. Although there's some way to go, I have received positive vibes," Seshnarayan told PTI today.

Ojha has played all three formats for and also has 100 plus wickets. Rayudu had played shorter formats for

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Hyderabad keen to get back Ojha, Rayudu: Secy

The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) wants to get back the services of their two former India internationals Ambati Rayudu and Pragyan Ojha during the next domestic season. Newly-appointed HCA Secretary T Seshnarayan said that the new body wants the two home boys back in their fold. Rayudu had left Hyderabad after some dispute with the erstwhile establishment and then played for Andhra and Baroda. Ojha has been a part of Bengal set up for last two seasons but has been criticized for his longer format show this season. "Pragyan and Rayudu are our boys. After taking charge, we have already approached both of them that we want them back. They are our sons and they should now come back 'home'. They left for different reasons. Although there's some way to go, I have received positive vibes," Seshnarayan told PTI today. Ojha has played all three formats for India and also has 100 plus wickets. Rayudu had played shorter formats for India. The Cricket Association (HCA) wants to get back the services of their two former internationals Ambati Rayudu and during the next domestic season.

Newly-appointed HCA Secretary T Seshnarayan said that the new body wants the two home boys back in their fold.

Rayudu had left after some dispute with the erstwhile establishment and then played for Andhra and Baroda.

Ojha has been a part of Bengal set up for last two seasons but has been criticized for his longer format show this season.

"Pragyan and Rayudu are our boys. After taking charge, we have already approached both of them that we want them back. They are our sons and they should now come back 'home'. They left for different reasons. Although there's some way to go, I have received positive vibes," Seshnarayan told PTI today.

Ojha has played all three formats for and also has 100 plus wickets. Rayudu had played shorter formats for

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Hyderabad keen to get back Ojha, Rayudu: Secy

The Cricket Association (HCA) wants to get back the services of their two former internationals Ambati Rayudu and during the next domestic season.

Newly-appointed HCA Secretary T Seshnarayan said that the new body wants the two home boys back in their fold.

Rayudu had left after some dispute with the erstwhile establishment and then played for Andhra and Baroda.

Ojha has been a part of Bengal set up for last two seasons but has been criticized for his longer format show this season.

"Pragyan and Rayudu are our boys. After taking charge, we have already approached both of them that we want them back. They are our sons and they should now come back 'home'. They left for different reasons. Although there's some way to go, I have received positive vibes," Seshnarayan told PTI today.

Ojha has played all three formats for and also has 100 plus wickets. Rayudu had played shorter formats for

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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