Seamer Siddarth Trivedi Back on the Pitch After Serving BCCI Ban

Updated: 08 November 2014 21:13 IST

Siddarth Trivedi was banned by the BCCI for one season because he did not report that he was approached by bookies.

Seamer Siddarth Trivedi Back on the Pitch After Serving BCCI Ban
A file pic of Siddarth Trivedi. © NDTV

Ahmedabad:

Former India A and Rajasthan Royals seamer Siddharth Trivedi was back in the domestic fold as he made a successful comeback for Saurashtra in a Vijay Hazare Trophy match against Mumbai after having served a one-year ban by BCCI for not reporting approach by the bookie.

It must be recalled that Trivedi's name was under scanner as he had met a few alleged bookies on insistence of tainted cricketer Ajit Chandila, unknowingly.

Trivedi was banned by the BCCI for one season because he did not report that he was approached by the bookies.

In Sataurday's match, Trivedi took four for 42 against Mumbai taking wickets of Bravish Shetty, Iqbal Abdullah, Sufiyan Sheikh and Suryakumar Yadav.



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