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Javed Khan sees good potential in young pacers

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SILCHAR, Dec 7 - Aniket Basfore, Rounak Chatterjee and other budding pace bowlers who play under the District Sports Association Silchar are sweating it out at the ongoing 10-day camp for pace bowlers at the SM Dev stadium under the guidance of former Ranji Trophy player Javed Khan.

Having spent quite some time since November 28 here with the young talents at the camp which ended on Monday, Khan feels that there is enough promise and potential among the boys to play for the country.

�It has been a wonderful experience with the boys at the camp. 35 bowlers participating in the camp were divided into two groups for the sessions and they are full of energy in their efforts and fitness. The sessions in the camp were meant for bringing the boys into a good rhythm by honing the basics of pace bowling including the timing of the jump, loading of the ball, among others which have to be continued by the local coaches even after the camp.

�I feel that the boys have improved on their technique and they can excel if they maintain the same momentum in the days ahead,� Khan told The Assam Tribune.

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Javed Khan sees good potential in young pacers

SILCHAR, Dec 7 - Aniket Basfore, Rounak Chatterjee and other budding pace bowlers who play under the District Sports Association Silchar are sweating it out at the ongoing 10-day camp for pace bowlers at the SM Dev stadium under the guidance of former Ranji Trophy player Javed Khan.

Having spent quite some time since November 28 here with the young talents at the camp which ended on Monday, Khan feels that there is enough promise and potential among the boys to play for the country.

�It has been a wonderful experience with the boys at the camp. 35 bowlers participating in the camp were divided into two groups for the sessions and they are full of energy in their efforts and fitness. The sessions in the camp were meant for bringing the boys into a good rhythm by honing the basics of pace bowling including the timing of the jump, loading of the ball, among others which have to be continued by the local coaches even after the camp.

�I feel that the boys have improved on their technique and they can excel if they maintain the same momentum in the days ahead,� Khan told The Assam Tribune.

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