|Full name||Bensiyon Morisbhai Songavkar|
16 August 1985 |
|Bowling style||Right-arm off-break|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||25 December 2005 Saurashtra v Goa|
|Last First-class||2 February 2006 Saurashtra v Rajasthan|
|List A debut||12 February 2006 Saurashtra v Maharashtra|
|Last List A||14 February 2006 Saurashtra v Mumbai|
|Source: Cricket Archive, 13 November 2011|
|Competitor for India|
In 2008, Songavkar was included in a special Israel squad that played against India in a special match in honour of Israel's 60th anniversary. Songavkar was a suggested inclusion by then BCCI secretary general, Niranjan Shah, after the Israel Cricket Association requested names of Jewish cricketers in India.
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- Shankar, Ajay (23 May 2008). "Rhodes to be part of unique Israel team". Cricinfo. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
- Dwivedi, Sandeep (28 July 2009). "Indian cricketers strike silver at Jewish Olympics, little Moshe first to get a feel". Indian Express. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
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