New Delhi : Former domestic cricketers Rajinder Goel and Padmakar Shivalkar, were on Monday nominated for the C K Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award alongside former national captain Shantha Rangaswamy, who became the first woman to be chosen for the honour.
The BCCI announced that left-arm spinners Goel and Shivalkar will be feted at its Annual Awards in Bengaluru on March 8. Goel ended his career with 750 first-class wickets, including 637 scalps in the Ranji Trophy. Shivalkar played 124 first-class games and claimed 589 wickets. He picked up 42 five-wicket hauls and on 13 occasions registered a 10-wicket haul.