Ignored by JKCA, Ian Singh scores 154-run knock in Sri Lanka league

KSW Staff

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Srinagar: Ignored by J&K Cricket Association this season, J&K’s former skipper Ian Singh Chauhan has left a mark in Sri Lanka premier league.

The right-handed batsman, playing for Kendy Customs Cricket Club in the multi-day tournament, has already amassed 274 runs in four matches at an average of 68.

After his inconsistent performances with the bat in the last couple of seasons, Ian wasn’t included in any of the squads of J&K this season. Aiming to make a comeback and prove his critics wrong, the Jammu-born cricketer went to Sri Lanka to play the first-class cricket.

Making most of the opportunity, Ian smashed a mammoth unbeaten knock of 154 runs against Karun club. It was his 16th first-class ton, first at overseas.