Rohit Jhalani Jaipur Rajasthan is a Rajasthan cricketer who plays Indian domestic cricket. He is one of the few selected wicket-keepers in India who took more than 200 victims. He is a certified fitness coach from BCCI and currently spends his time and energy in coaching cricket & fitness to youngsters. He is running one of the best Cricket Academies in India with lush green outfield in Jaipur. He was also convener of JDCA Adhoc committee 2018 and also elected executive member of Rajasthan Players Association.
Jhalani has played 69 “First class” and 46 “List A” matches since year 1997. He represented Rajasthan and Central zone in Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy, and Irani Trophy.
In international arena, Rohit has played as a professional for Magpies in Queensland, Australia and awarded as a best cricketer of the year 2012-13. He also played in England representing Rajasthan Colts tour in the year 1998.
Ranji Player, LEADING OPENER / BATSMAN, MEMBER RAJASTHAN RANJI TEAM
Vineet Ashok kumar Saxena (born 3 December 1980) is an Indian cricketer who plays for Uttarakhand in domestic cricket. He is a right-hand batsman and off-break bowler. He is a regular member of Central Zone team in Duleep Trophy.
Saxena made his first-class debut for Rajasthan in February 1999 against Bengal. He represented India Under-19s in an ODI match against Sri Lanka in March that year.] After Rajasthan got relegated to Plate division in the 2004/05 season, Saxena switched to Railways in the 2005/06 season. In 2006/07, he returned to playing for Rajasthan.
Saxena shot to limelight when he scored 143 against the defending champions Mumbai in the quarterfinals of the 2010-11 Ranji Trophy. He shared a 240-run second-wicket partnership with captain Hrishikesh Kanitkar which helped Rajasthan advance to the semifinals on first innings lead.In the semifinal against Tamil Nadu, he scored 72 as the match was drawn and Rajasthan advanced to the final.] He had scores of 31 and 0 in the final against Baroda. Rajasthan won the trophy for the first time and Saxena finished with 566 runs from 12 innings at an average of 51.45.
In the 2011-12 Ranji Trophy season, Saxena was the second highest run-getter of the tournament, only behind teammate Robin Bist. Saxena scored 897 runs from 18 innings at an average of 52.76 with two hundreds and five fifties. In the semifinal against Haryana on a seamer-friendly wicket at Rohtak, Saxena top-scored for Rajasthan in both innings with 32 and 58, as Rajasthan went on to win by 64 runs.In the final against Tamil Nadu, Saxena scored a career-best 257 helping his team to win the trophy for the second time in succession.
Proficiency In Cricket : Middle Order Batsman Cum Right Arm Leg Break.
Achievements In Cricket
Head Bowling Coach
P Krishna kumar, is a Rajasthan cricketer who plays domestic cricket.
Krishna kumar played first-class cricket for Rajasthan Ranji team for sixteen years,five as captain.
Krishna kumar played against South Africa for Board President XI. He has represented Rajasthan at National level in Ranji trophy, Deodhar Trophy, Duleep Trophy, Irani Trophy and at State level in U-15, U-17 and the U-19 category.
In 2006 Krishna kumar became a coach. He has coached the Rajasthan T-20, Rajasthan Under-22, Rajasthan “A” and Under-19 teams. He successfully led Rajasthan U-19 team to winning the Runners Up trophy at Cooch Behar tournament. This was a first in the history of Rajasthan Cricket.In 2014 he is the Assistant Coach for the Rajasthan Ranji team. After that he joined Chattisgarh Ranji Trophy team as a bowling coach. In year 2016-17 Chattisgarh became the most wicket taking side in India taking 153 wickets in 9 matches, under the guidance of krishna kumar chattisgarh who is playing his 2nd season in domestic cricket, this year came up with beating himachal pradesh outride and beating this year ranji trophy finalists team vidharbha by 1 st inning lead. He has also been fast bowling coach for central zone (NCA) from past 4 years and is guiding players with his wise coaching.
Awards and Honour
Awarded “Best Cricketer of Rajasthan” award from Sir Mathura Das Mathur Trust, Rajasthan in 1995