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Jay Shah Becomes President Of Asian Cricket Council For The Third Time

Sangeeta Viswas
1 month ago

Shah Chairman Of Asian Cricket Council: Jay Shah becomes the President of the Asian Cricket Council for the third time. Indian Cricket Council (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah has become the President of the Asian Cricket Council for the third time.

Annual General Meeting Of Asian Cricket Council Held:-

The Asian Cricket Council’s annual general meeting was held in Bali on 31 January. In the meeting, all the members unanimously agreed on his name.

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After which, once again Shah will remain in the post of President of the Asian Cricket Council. For the first time in the year 2021, Jay became the President of the Asian Cricket Council.

Jay Shah Becomes President Of Asian Cricket Council For The Third Time

Became President For The First Time in 2021:-

In the year 2021, Shah became the President of the Asian Cricket Council in place of Nazmul Hasan of Bangladesh.

At that time, Shah became the youngest person to hold the post of President of the Asian Cricket Council. At that time Jai Shah was 32 years old.

Earlier, information was coming out that Jai Shah may resign from the post of President of the Asian Cricket Council and contest the election for the post of Chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Jay Shah Becomes President Of Asian Cricket Council For The Third Time

Asia Cup Both T20I And ODI Successfully Organized:-

Under the guidance of Jay Shah, ACC has witnessed a golden era. Demonstrating the strength of Asia as a cricket superpower, the Council successfully organized both T20Is and ODIs of the prestigious Asia Cup.

Jay Shah Becomes President Of Asian Cricket Council For The Third Time

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Shah’s astute leadership was instrumental in uncovering and nurturing new talent not only in established cricket giants like India and Pakistan but also in emerging countries like Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

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