5 cricketers who played for unusual teams
#2 Ramesh Powar played for Sefton Park
Ramesh Powar was a part of the Indian ODI team as an off-spinner. He had always proved himself successful in domestic circuits and was an important part of Mumbai’s Ranji triumph in 2002-03 season. In July 2005, he was signed on as a late replacement by Sefton Park in place of the injured Vinayak Mane who had joined the club in 2003 but was unable to travel in 2005 due to a hip surgery.
Sefton Park are one of the founding members of The Liverpool and District Cricket competition which later became a part of the ECB Premier League. Powar played ten games for the side and contributed with 325 runs at an average of 32.5. He also was effective with the ball and picked up 25 wickets at an average of 21. Besides Powar, Zimbabwe’s Brendan Taylor and West Indian Marlon Blach have also played for the club.