Name: Rohith Yeluri
Nickname (and why): Row, Darren Dingle gave me this name (Just because it’s easy to say Row than Rooheath)
Place of Birth: Khammam, a beautiful town in Telangana State (India)
Taita Debut: 2015 for Premier Reserves
Highest Honors: Premier Reserves
Most Memorable Game: Game against Upper Hutt this season where I picked 9/9 (My best ever bowling figures)
Favorite holiday destination: Queenstown
Best advice you’ve received: Keep bowling those Out Swingers and don’t bowl slow deliveries. Almost everyone who fields behind the stumps gave me this advice.
Favorite Movie: Rockstar (Bollywood)
Favorite Musician: A R Rehaman & Ilayaraja
Sporting hero: Glenn McGrath
Favorite cricketer: Saurav Ganguly
Non-Sporting hero: My Dad
Best Taita memory: Obus scoring 140 on the same day I picked up 9 wickets
Biggest pest at Taita: Diz
Interesting fact about you: I was a top order batsman for most of my life and never batted below 6 before I started playing for Taita Premier Reserves (I bat at 9 or 10 here)
Each week the session features compositions by a great jazz artist. The house band open with a couple of tunes and then musicians are invited up to join in.
Featured composer: Oscar PetersonHouse Band: Leonardo Coghini (p), Seth Boy (b), Mark Lockett (d)Date and time: Sunday, 18 Apr 2021, 2.30-4.30pmVenue: The Southern Cross, 39 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro
The Upper Hutt Rams beat Johnsonville 23-19 on their Old Timers’ Day at Maidstone Park. By Adam Julian, Steven White & Ian Knightly. Five of the seven second round Swindale Shield games in Wellington on Saturday went down to the wire, with little separating the sides on fulltime. Petone, the Upper Hutt Rams, Old Boys...