India’s oldest living cricketer

Raghunath Chandorkar, who played for Bombay and Maharashtra in the Ranji Trophy, is now the third Indian player to cross his celebrate his 100th birthday. He is the only such player living now.

See this and the linked article:

https://www.espncricinfo.com/india/content/player/27863.html

He is duly entered in Wikipedia’s list:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_oldest_cricketers#Longest-lived_first-class_cricketers

He is the 26th first-class cricketer to cross 100 and the 2nd oldest who is still living. The New Zealand player Alan Burgess is a few months older.

See their pictures here: https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket/raghunath-chandorkar-india-oldest-living-cricketer-celebrates-100th-birthday/

Vasant Raiji passed away earlier this year soon after crossing 100.

The only Test player to cross 100 was the South African Norman Gordon (1911-2014).