Sharath will be the new junior committee chairman of India’s BCCI
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Sat Sep 18 2021
Former Tamil Nadu captain Sharath will be the new India’sBCCI junior committee chairman, which includes Pathik Patel (West Zone), Bose (East Zone), Krishnan M. (North Zone) and Harvinder Sodhi (Central Zone).
The new committee takes over from Ashish Kapoor (SZ and President), Debasis Mohanty (East, now senior selector), Gyanendra (Central), Rakesh Parekh (West) and Amit Sharma (North).
Sreedharan Sharath was the first player to represent Tamil Nadu in 100 Ranji Trophy matches and scored 8700 runs in the first-class format after playing 139 matches in a career spanning 15 years.
He scored 27 centuries and 42 half-centuries in first-class matches, and four centuries and 20 fifties in 116 List A games for a total of 3366 runs.
His first-class average of 51.17 was also better than his List A average of 44.28. He also played for Assam towards the end of his career. Sharath was also the match referee of the India BCCI After retiring in 2007-08. most recently in the TN Premier League last month.
Bose has a former Bengal fast bowler experience of 91 first-class matches. 82 List A games and 11 T20 matches. which includes an IPL.
Sodhi is a former MP fast bowler from 1990–91 to 2003–04, when he played 76 first-class and 55 one-day matches. He also served as the bowling coach. And the manager of MP and as a India’sBCCI match referee for some time.
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Patel is a former wicket-keeper from Gujarat and played 32 first-class and 28 List A games from 1992–93 to 2000–01.
former Mohan Punjab player with 45 first-class. And nine List A appearances from his eight-year playing career from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s.
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