Kiran Powar

Kiran Powar

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Kiran Powar (born 6 April 1976 in Mumbai, Maharastra), is an Indian cricketer. He is a left-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler and is the brother of Ramesh Powar. Kiran Powar led the U-19 team that visited Australia in 1994/95 season. The series was lost 2-0 (Test matches) and 2-1 (Youth ODI). Powar was inconsistent in the series and had one score of fifty in the ODI match leading India to their sole tour victory and a century in the fourth innings of the final test that was lost to Australia.

Kiran Powar made his debut in Ranji Trophy domestic cricket in the 1996/97 season but with the overcrowded Mumbai batting talent, moved his skills to Goa in 1997/98. He represented Assam in one season (2003/04) and moved to Vadodara in 2004/05 season. He stopped playing List A cricket in 2005/06 season but continues to play Ranji cricket.the never achieved his true potential. He never received an opportunity to play International Cricket and retired from domestic cricket after the 2003/04 season.

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