Harnoor Singh Biography: The left-hander from Punjab grabs the limelight when he strikes 3 consecutive hundreds in NKP Salve Challenger Trophy.
The 2003 born youngster was one among the U19 Indian team which creates history by lifting the trophy for the 7th time. Read Harnoor Singh biography including his career path below:
Harnoor Singh Biography
|Name||Harnoor Singh Pannu|
|Date of Birth||January 30, 2003|
|Father – Veer Inder Singh|
|Mother – Will Update Soon|
|Siblings – Will Update Soon|
|Batting Style||Left-hand bat|
Left-arm leg break
|Teams Played||India U19|
Harnoor Singh Cricket Career
- Harnoor Singh started playing cricket at the age of 8.
- Harnoor Singh’s grandfather coach Rajinder Singh used to teach him the drills and basics of cricket at home.
- Harnoor Singh’s grandfather Sardar Rajinder Singh, along with being the joint secretary of the Punjab Cricket Association, has not only been a good cricket coach of Punjab, but he has also been a member of the Cricket Selection Committee.
- At the age of 10, when it seemed that he could now play well, Harnoor Singh started playing for the Chandigarh club.
- The youngster first grabbed the limelight when he had a stunning campaign in the Challengers Trophy, where he finished as the highest run-scorer. He scored 412 runs and scored three consecutive centuries.
- In the first match of ACC U19 Aisa Cup 2021, Harnoor Singh struck 120 runs off 130 balls and guided India to score 282 runs for 5 wickets loss. Yash Dhull led U19 India beats UAE by 154 runs and registered their first victory of the ACC U19 Aisa Cup 2021.
- Harnoor Singh was named in the Under 19 World Cup 2022 squad where the tournament is hosted by West Indies.
- Opener Harnoor Singh scored an unbeaten 100 and helped India maul Australia by nine wickets in a warm-up game ahead of the Under-19 World Cup 2022 in Georgetown, Guyana.
- Australia posted 268 runs before being all out in 49.2 overs, with 18-year-old captain Connolly making 117, a knock studded with 18 boundaries.
- Harnoor Singh led India’s charge and was well supported by Shaik Rasheed, who scored 72. Both Harnoor and Rasheed retired hurt but captain Yash Dull (50 n.o.) took the side past the finish line with 15 balls to spare.
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