Rajasthan's Worcestershire connection

Courtesy: Worcester News
Worcestershire's England internationals Vikram Solanki and Kabir Ali are preparing to experience life as overseas players.

The County duo have signed up to play first-class cricket for the Rajasthan Cricket Association this winter in India's Ranji Championship Plate Division.

The Ajay Jadeja led Rajasthan team lost to Saurashtra in the Plate final last season. The inclusion of the two England discards will surely bolster Rajasthan's chances of winning it. Worcs skipper Solanki was born in Udaipur and spent his early childhood in Rajasthan. He is 30 years old and he would be hoping a good stint with his birth state would give him enough confidence to stage a comeback at the international level. Kabir Ali is 25 and has managed to play just one test and 14 ODIs after making his debut at the international level in 2003. He looked woefully out of depth against Sri Lanka earlier this year and was dropped for the subsequent tournament. Though the quality of teams in the Plate group is not as great as those of the Elite teams, there would still be ample opportunities for these two to test themselves on the Indian soil.

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