The legendary national cricketer Ramchand Goala left. He was 79 years old when he died. This is the country-born cricketer who left Hishome in Mymensingh city early this morning (June 19th). The former left-arm spinner, who left competitive cricket in the mid-90s, suffered from a variety of ailments. Ramchand Goala was admitted to a local hospital on June 09 due to heart problems. He later left the hospital to recover. But two days after coming home, the former cricketer was laid to rest. Born on 16 September 1940, the former cricketer played cricket at the age of 53.
The former left-arm spinner and left-handed batsman started his professional career for the Panditpara Club in Mymensingh. Later, he played with Dapot for 20 years in Dhaka cricket. Ramchand played regularly for the sports cycle for 12 years from 1981 to 1993. Goala played for the national team against The West Bengal and Sri Lanka Test teams in India. For more than a decade, he was tied up with the player. After leaving the game, he returned to his hometown of Mymensingh.
As long as the body was healthy, cricket was his meditation. One of the bangladesh team players, Mahmudullah Riad, was also his student.
Sports Desk, Friday, June 19, HB News