Hyderabad Heroes

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Hyderabad Heroes
Captain New Zealand Chris Harris
Coach Australia Steve Rixon
Overseas player(s) Inzamam-ul-Haq (Potato)(Pakistan), Abdul Razzak (Pakistan), Azhar Mahmood (Pakistan), Chris Harris (New Zealand)Nicky Boje (South Africa)
Team information
Founded 2007
Home ground L.B Stadium
Capacity 30,000

Hyderabad Heroes was one of the eight teams that competed in the Indian Cricket League. The team was based in Hyderabad and its captain was former New Zealand player Chris Harris.


The squad announced for the inaugural tournament was composed of five international cricketers. The rest of team also included star domestic cricketers Ambati Rayudu & Stuart Binny. Rayudu and six others from the Hyderabad Ranji Trophy team had joined the ICL.[1]



The inaugural coach for the Hyderabad Heroes was the former Pakistani wicketkeeper Moin Khan. Steve Rixon was coach of the team before the ICL's collapse.


Tournament Placement
ICL 20-20 Indian Championship 2007–08 5th place
2008 Indian Cricket League 50s 6th place
ICL 20s Grand Championship 2007–08 Winners
2008 Indian Cricket League 20-20 Domestic Tournament 6th place
2008 Indian Cricket League 20-20 Indian Championship, 2008/09 2nd Place


  1. ^ Sandeep Dwivedi (17 August 2007). "IRayudu, six others join ICL". indianexpress. Retrieved 2007-08-17.

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