Dravid reaches record Test Catches

Rahul “Jammy Wall Monk” Dravid equaled another record today on Day 1 of the Hamilton Test. Some of thought he wouldn’t get there didn’t we?

The record for highest number of catches in Test Cricket will now be shared between Rahul Dravid and Mark Waugh. Yes, that’s an Indian for a fielding record.

Truly happy for Dravs and Indian cricket for this will be something to the coming generations to keep in mind.

Rock on, Dravid. It doesn’t matter that some people think you should retire. Rock it in your own monkish, wall-ish ways!

To catch my thoughts on today’s play on BCC!.

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8 Responses to Dravid reaches record Test Catches

  1. Soulberry says:

    Matter of time before he moves ahead. Good stuff from Rahul Dravid.

  2. This reminds me of the TOI’s take on Dravid the monk today. Long piece, tho what struck me was the island ad abt retirements – talk abt ad placements.

  3. vmminerva says:

    @SB, yeah! 🙂

    @NC, the Monk middle name was inspired by TOI. For once it was a rather nice article, though a bit cheesy.

  4. Som says:

    May more and more batsmen play into his hand:)

  5. batsmen proposes dravid refuses…

  6. vmminerva says:

    @Som, SP, that’s the spirit man!

  7. Scorpicity says:

    Finally… considering he should have done it a few matches earlier with all those sitters dropped.

    But hey… a good achievement and for years he had a secure pair of hands. Rock on and he is scoring too!

  8. vmminerva says:

    @Scorpy, “..he should have done it a few matches earlier ..”, I have to agree with that.

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