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|Born||4 August 1968|
Mannar, Alappuzha, Kerala, India
Source: ESPN Cricinfo, 4 February 2006
Kuruvilla lead the pace attack on the tour of the West Indies in 1997, when Javagal Srinath was sidelined with a rotator cuff injury. While he returned adequate figures from that tour, and bowled decently in subsequent Test matches on flatter pitches, he was dropped from the team. He announced his retirement from first-class cricket in April 2000 during the quarter-final of the Ranji Trophy, at 31, reasoning that he "had decided [to retire] at the beginning of the season itself that this would be [his] last season. He added, "A lot of young boys are coming up and I have to make room for them, there is no specific reason."
On 27 September 2012, Kuruvilla was appointed as the national selector from the BCCI.
He was appointed as talent scout for Mumbai Indians
5-wicket hauls (Tests)Edit
|1||5/68||3||West Indies||Kensington Oval||Bridgetown||Barbados||1997|
Man of the Match awards (ODIs)Edit
|1||West Indies||Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain||27 April 1997||10–2–23–3 ; DNB||India won by 10 wickets.|
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- "Patil is Chief Selector, Amarnath exits". Wisden India. 27 September 2012. Archived from the original on 8 December 2012.
- "1997–1998 West Indies v India – 2nd Match – Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad".