Bengal hold nerves in thrilling finale

March 16, 2011

Ashoke Dinda removed Harpreet and Ankit Sharma off consecutive deliveries, and two run-outs in the final over - including one off the final ball with three runs required to win - sealed MP's fate

Bengal and Haryana surge into Semi-Finals

March 13, 2011

Maharashtra's chase sputtered against Dinda who finished with 4 for 13. Harshad Khadiwale and Nikhil Paradkar saved their side from complete embarrassment, but the result was never in doubt. Bengal hold nerves in thrilling finale

East close in on semi-finals despite Central fightback

January 21, 2011

With the score on 390, Bengal seamer Ashoke Dinda wrapped the innings up in the next over and East had the lead. Mohammad Kaif had managed to complete his century, after resuming on 78, but when he was bowled by Dinda, East were well on top. Dinda finished with four wickets Bengal hold nerves in thrilling finale

Bengal win battle for First-innings points

November 4, 2010

The game was eventually and predictably drawn and it was the unfashionable Bengal team that left Delhi with bruised ego, limb and three points from their Ranji Trophy season opener.

CAB selects Ashok Dinda as ‘Cricketer of the Year’

July 12, 2010

The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) today adjudged pacer Ashoke Dinda as the ‘Cricketer of the Year’ while the lifetime achievement award would be conferred on former batsman Prakash Poddar.

Testing Time for Indian Bowlers

June 15, 2010

Ishant, Sreesanth and RP Singh have struggled for consistency, while each of the half-dozen seamers who have been tried over the past six months have proved to be works in progress, with only Ashoke Dinda making it to Sri Lanka.

Ashoke Dinda owes it to Sourav and Wasim

May 10, 2010

Ashoke Dinda feels that he has improved a lot as a bowler in the last six months which will help him during the upcoming tri-series in Zimbabwe from May 28 to June 9.

Dinda is in Squad for Final ODI in Lanka

December 25, 2009

Sachin Tendulkar has opted out of the tri-series in Bangladesh starting on January 4. He will be replaced by Rohit Sharma in the 16-man squad. Ashoke Dinda too makes into the final ODI Squad.

Ashoke Dinda included for T20 Indian Squad

October 2, 2009

India have recalled fast bowler Sreesanth to their limited-overs squads for the Twenty20 internationals and the first two one-dayers against Sri Lanka. The selectors also included three uncapped players - R Ashwin, Ashoke Dinda and Sudeep Tyagi - in the Twenty20 squad.

We would have done better under Ganguly - Dinda

May 23, 2009

After the Kolkata Knight Riders disappointing run in South Africa, Ashoke Dinda, the fast bowler, has said the side would have performed better under the leadership of Sourav Ganguly, who was replaced by Brendon McCullum as captain for the IPL this year.

Dinda Continues with 5 Wickets Haul

December 14, 2008

Bengal's bowlers nearly pulled off an improbable win after they eventually crept past Vidarbha's first-innings total of 403 in Nagpur. Ashoke Dinda grabbed five as Vidarbha were reduced to 62 for 7, but Ranjit Paradkar and Shrikant Wagh played out 31.2 overs to secure a draw

Dinda Completes Assam’s Elimination

December 7, 2008

Ashoke Dinda continued his form in the Ranji Trophy with another five-wicket haul to clinch a nine-wicket win for Bengal and eliminate Assam. From an overnight 114 for 5, Assam folded for 139 before Bengal knocked off the 19 required runs for the loss of Anustup Majumdar.

Himachal and Bengal Crush Opponents

November 18, 2008

Dinda was soon into his stride, removing Tahir Khan (15) and Soomik Chatarjee (6) to leave Services 31 for 5. There was little resistance and Services folded in the 53rd over. Bengal, who will face Tripura from November 29, now has seven points from two games.

Five – wicket haul for Dinda

November 12, 2008

Ashoke Dinda was the pick of the Bengal bowlers with 5 for 85. Bengal had a nightmare start with both openers, Anustup Majumdar and Shreevats Goswami, out without scoring in successive overs.

Dinda takes five in India A’s 129-runs win

October 1, 2008

Ashoke Dinda's five-wicket haul wrecked New Zealand A's middle order and helped India A take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

Dinda surprised at inclusion

September 9, 2008

"I was quite surprised initially, but moments later I realised that I was approaching my childhood dream. It feels nice when things are getting brighter with each passing day. I am happy and want to work harder to make this chance count." Says Dinda.

Dinda’s Selection for Rest of India Squad

September 8, 2008

Ashoke Dinda, the Bengal medium-pacer, got a surprise call-up to the squad while Sachin Tendulkar, who declared himself fit for the match has made it along with Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman.

Sparkling Ganguly inspires victory

May 11, 2008

After a torrid run through the first seven matches of the IPL, Sourav Ganguly the batsman finally made his presence felt in stunning style, carving a 57-ball 91 while Dinda took 3 wickets.

From obscurity to stardom

May 11, 2008

Dinda has also enjoyed the faith of his captain, Sourav Ganguly, who has been giving him the first over ahead of Ishant Sharma. The seeds for the faith were perhaps sown in the season-opener in the 2006-07 Ranji Trophy.

Ganguly and Dinda allow Kolkata to sparkle into the night

May 8, 2008

Dinda is also fairly accurate, and an economy rate of 6.00 after seven games is something that some of the established international stars must be dreaming of.For young men like Dinda and Wriddhiman Saha, who once again played a massive part with the bat, the IPL is about far more than the money.

High on entertainment

May 18, 2008

Ashoke Dinda cleaned up Virat Kohli, India's Under-19 captain, and then had Wasim Jaffer caught at slip during an excellent spell. It helped of course to have a mountain of runs behind him, but it was the sort of performance that's needed if the stated aim of giving young domestic cricketers a fillip is to be achieved.

Dinda bowls Bengal to 14-run victory

November 25, 2006

Ashoke Dinda, the Bengal medium pacer, shocked Punjab with 5 for 57 and helped his side to a 14-run win at Mohali. Sourav Ganguly, Bengal's captain, and Ranadeb Bose backed Dinda's fine performance with two key wickets apiece.

Gavaskar and Dinda put East Zone in command

October 20, 2006

Ashoke Dinda's six-wicket haul put East Zone in the driver's seat as Central Zone crashed to 130 at the end of the second day of the Duleep Trophy match in Indore.