Avi Barot passes away at 29

Avi Barot, the Saurashtra wicketkeeper-batsman, passed away on Friday (October 15), aged 29, after suffering a cardiac arrest at his home in Ahmedabad.

Barot, a right-handed batsman, had captained India Under-19 in 2011. He made his first-class debut in 2011 and had played 38 first-class matches, 38 List A games and 20 T20s for Saurashtra, Haryana and Gujarat. He was a part of Saurashtra’s Ranji Trophy winning campaign in 2019-2020.

Jaydev Shah, the President of Saurashtra Cricket Association and former teammate of Barot said, “This is absolutely shocking and painful to learn about Avi’s sad demise. He was a great teammate and had great cricketing skills. In all recent domestic matches, he had performed remarkably well. He was a very friendly and noble human being. We all at Saurashtra Cricket Association are in deep shock.”

Barot is survived by his mother and wife.

Source: https://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/119438/avi-barot-passes-away-at-29

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