Bhubaneswar: Odisha cricketer Alok Chandra Sahoo has announced his retirement from all formats of the game.
During his cricketing career, Alok has played 25 first-class matches, 18 List-A matches and 22 T-20 matches. He made his first-class debut in the match against the Railways in November 2009.
As a frontline bowler in domestic circuit, Alok has taken 62 wickets in First Class matches with a best bowling figure of 6/33 in an innings, 16 wickets in List A matches with best bowling figure of 5/39 and 17 wickets in T-20 matches, according to a release of OCA.
President of Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) Pankaj Lochan Mohanty, secretary Sanjay Behera and the office bearers have wished him all success for his future endeavor.
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