Jay Shah said that BCCI will nurture talent from the northeast province.© Twitter
The National Cricket Academy organized a camp in Bengaluru to help players from the northeastern state and those in the plate group improve their skill sets under the guidance of renowned coaches including Ashes winning bowling coach Troy Cooley. Nearly 150 cricketers from the region took part in the camp and they will also be able to interact with the great NCA chief and VVS Laxman from India.
BCCI wants to ensure players from Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim get the best coaching facilities and infrastructure to be on par with the best domestic teams.
“This initiative by BCCI will provide equal opportunity to young and new talent to hone their skills and represent India across formats. NE has huge potential in sports and the board will not give up to ensure we can harness the best talent for the country,” the secretary said. BCCI Jay Shah tweeted.
The fast bowlers are coached by one of the world’s renowned speed bowling coaches, Cooley while the batsmen are working under the guidance of B-19 World Cup winning coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar.
The spinner is under former Indian foot spinner Sairaj Bahutule.
While the BCCI did not provide any details on the duration of the camp, it is understood that the NCA has prepared several coaching programs including the B-19 Zonal Cricket Academy camp to be held in various cities including Surat, Vijaywada. some.
Based on performances up to the quarterfinals of the Cooch Behar Cup (U-19), 150 players (25 from each of the six zones including NE and new areas) were selected for the camp.
It includes nine pacers from each of the six zones and there will be a goal to increase the group of fast bowlers.
After the initial camp, it will be pruned again and those who will be the next group of Indian B-19s will be selected.
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