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Jaydev Shah to call it a day after game against Karnataka

Press Trust of India  |  Rajkot 

skipper Jaydev Shah, son of former BCCI Niranjan, is set to retire soon from all forms of cricket, the Association (SCA) announced Wednesday.

The 35-year-old batsman will hang up his boots after the game against that begins here Thursday, a from SCA said.

"announces his retirement from all formats of The match between and Karnataka, to be played at the Saurashtra Association Stadium from December 6 onwards, shall be his last match," the release said.

Shah has played 119 first class matches and scored 5,253 runs with ten hundreds to his name.

He also led India A on the tour to in 2008.

Shah also captained Saurashtra team in 110 games, which is a domestic record. Under his captaincy, Saurashtra became runners up in the in 2012-13 and 2015-16 and also made it to the semi-finals twice.

The team also won the Vijay Hazare One-Day tournament in 2007-08 under his captaincy, besides capturing the Ramakant Desai Zonal One Day Tournament.

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First Published: Wed, December 05 2018. 16:50 IST