Amikar Dayal

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Amikar Dayal ( born 31 January 1967 in Patna, India) is an Indian cricketer. He captained India's Under 19 Test team on 3 occasions and has played at first-class level for Bihar and Tripura.

He runs a cricket academy called Amikar Dayal Centre for Cricket Excellence in association with Xavier's Cricket Academy of St. Xavier's High School in Patna.[1] This academy is state's first professional cricket training academy at school level.[2]


  • He played 25 first class games scoring 1,061 runs at an average of 42.44 and scored 2 centuries and 3 fifties.
  • His highest score is 174.
  • He took four wickets at 40.75. His best bowling performance being 2/29.
  • He played seven List A games scoring 155 runs at an average of 22.14.
  • He scored one fifty. His highest score is 61.
  • He took one List A wicket at an average of 111. His best bowling performance is 1/59.


  1. ^ "Xavier's Cricket Academy becomes functional - Times Of India". 2013-05-09. Retrieved 2013-12-29. 
  2. ^ "Cricket Academy inaugurated". Retrieved 2013-12-29. 

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