Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Test Debut NA
ODI Debut NA
T20 Debut NA
IPL Debut NA
- India U19
- Punjab Kings
Darshan Nalkande overview
Darshan Nalkande is an Indian cricketer who was born on 4th October 1998at Wardha in Maharashtra. The 22-year old cricketer is primarily a right-arm fast bowler as well as a right-hand batsman.
Darshan has participated in first-class, List ‘A’ and in the Twenty20 domestic cricket so far.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
Darshan made his debut in first-class cricket for Maharashtra in 2018 against Vidarbha in a Ranji Trophy match. In the first innings Darshan remained wicket-less and expensive also, giving away 84 runs in 18 overs and he was not given the ball in the second innings. Darshan has so far participated in 3 first-class matches. He has scored 74 runs including his highest score of unbeaten 66 while managed only 1 wicket. The fast bowler made his debut in List ‘A’ game for Maharashtra against Vidarbha in the Vijay Hazare Trophy match in 2018. But he did not get selected in the playing eleven. However, he has played in 11 List 'A' matches and scored 166 runs including his highest score of unbeaten 53 while with the ball Darshan has claimed 20 wickets in as many matches including his best figure of 4 for 25 at an economy rate of 5.28.
Darshan Nalkhande was bought by Kings XI Punjab for the 2019 IPL. But he did not play in a single match. Still, he was retained by Punjab Kings for the 2020 IPL and did not play in a single match. However, Darshan has been retained by the same franchise team for a price of Rs 30 lakh for the upcoming IPL 2021.
Darshan Nalkande however made his debut in the domestic Twenty20 format in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match for Vidarbha in 2019 against Himachal Pradesh. However, he managed only 1 wicket at the cost of 44 runs in 4 overs at an expensive economy rate of 11. He has scored 65 runs in 14 matches while he has claimed 30 wickets in as many matches so far.
The new kid on the block in the field of the shortest format of the game.