Former Mysore (Karnataka) cricket team captain Gopalswamy Kasturirangan passed away at the age of 89, in Bengaluru.
Having made his Ranji Trophy debut in 1948-49, Kasturirangan played 36 first-class matches and took 94 wickets in his career. Following his heydays, he also served as the KSCA vice-president and pitch curator.
Former Mysuru (Karnataka) cricketer Gopalswamy Kasturirangan has passed away at the age of 89, in Bengaluru. He’d played 36 FC matches and picked 94 wickets. He also served as an administrator and pitch curator after his playing days. Rest in peace, sir.
— Karnataka Ranji Team║ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ರಣಜಿ ತಂಡ (@RanjiKarnataka) August 19, 2020