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Left-arm Vidharbha pacer Shrikant Wagh slotted his way into history books after snatching up 10 wickets in an innings against Middlesborough in the North Yorkshire and South Durham Cricket League.
Wagh managed to end up with an impressive figure of 10-39, bowling 11.4 overs in the process. The Middlesborough batsmen had no answer for the seamer as wickets continued to tick in quick succession.
Wagh, who represented Pune Warriors India in IPL 2011 becomes one of the very few bowlers to achieve the unique distinction of picking up all 10 wickets in an innings.
The 29-year old made his mark for the Rajasthan Royals in the first two campaigns of the IPL.
A scorecard to remember for @Stokesley_CC pro Shrikant Wagh pic.twitter.com/V8xWqB9zBv
— Official NYSDCricket (@NYSDCricket) June 30, 2018
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