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BCCI official pats ACA

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GUWAHATI, March 12 � Professor Ratnakar Shetty, BCCI General Manager for Game Development, praised the officials of Assam Cricket Association (ACA) for organising the Deodhar Trophy tournament in a professional manner.

It is for the first time that the ACA is organising a full senior level BCCI tournament where over 20 international cricketers are taking part from five zones.

Shetty was happy with the arrangements made for the tournament in a short notice. Previously the tournament was allotted to Kochi. Shetty also praised the curator for preparing a wonderful wicket which is full of runs and ideal for one-day game. He also congratulated ACA president Gautam Roy, secretary Bikash Baruah and the entire team for their efforts. Shetty will visit the Barsapara stadium tomorrow.

BCCI senior selection body chairman Sandeep Patil and member Roger Binny also appreciated the efforts of the ground staff. Thanking curator Ratul Das, Patil said the wicket is providing support to both batsmen and bowlers and players need such tracks to showcase their talents.

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BCCI official pats ACA

GUWAHATI, March 12 � Professor Ratnakar Shetty, BCCI General Manager for Game Development, praised the officials of Assam Cricket Association (ACA) for organising the Deodhar Trophy tournament in a professional manner.

It is for the first time that the ACA is organising a full senior level BCCI tournament where over 20 international cricketers are taking part from five zones.

Shetty was happy with the arrangements made for the tournament in a short notice. Previously the tournament was allotted to Kochi. Shetty also praised the curator for preparing a wonderful wicket which is full of runs and ideal for one-day game. He also congratulated ACA president Gautam Roy, secretary Bikash Baruah and the entire team for their efforts. Shetty will visit the Barsapara stadium tomorrow.

BCCI senior selection body chairman Sandeep Patil and member Roger Binny also appreciated the efforts of the ground staff. Thanking curator Ratul Das, Patil said the wicket is providing support to both batsmen and bowlers and players need such tracks to showcase their talents.

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