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Hamirpur. The youth and girls from the rural areas of Bundelkhand are taught tricks at the academy to turn them into fast bowlers. The girls, who have distanced themselves from cricket, are now giving the youth competition in three-day training by entering the academy to become fast bowlers.
Nowadays, the Kalp Cricket Academy in the village of Kundaura, about ten kilometers from town along the Kanpur-Sagar National Highway-34, is full of young cricketers. In the three-day Fast Bowler training camp, more than three dozen young cricketers learn the nuances of bowling. Two of these girls are also learning the tricks of fast bowling. Ubaid Kamal, the UP Cricket Association coach, gives bowling tips to the youth.
Vartika, the daughter of RS Yadav, the patron of the academy, and the daughter of a police officer also learn bowling as part of their training. The academy’s patron said that the three-day training will teach all Kanpur and Chitrakoot youngsters the tricks of fast bowling. The UP Cricket Association coach said girls’ interest in cricket in the field has never been seen before. But now the spirit of good bowling and hitting is evident in him.
Registration begins for admission to the UP Cricket Association
Cricket Association secretary Dheeraj Shukla said that boys and girls in rural areas have talent for cricket, but they couldn’t get the right platform. Now such people get a chance to teach good bowling and hitting. States that the registration of the cricket association will begin on July 15th. After registering, the selected boys and girls have the opportunity to develop themselves further in training.

Hamirpur. The youth and girls from the rural areas of Bundelkhand are taught tricks at the academy to turn them into fast bowlers. The girls, who have distanced themselves from cricket, are now giving the youth competition in three-day training by entering the academy to become fast bowlers.

Nowadays, the Kalp Cricket Academy in the village of Kundaura, about ten kilometers from town along the Kanpur-Sagar National Highway-34, is full of young cricketers. In the three-day Fast Bowler training camp, more than three dozen young cricketers learn the nuances of bowling. Two of these girls are also learning the tricks of fast bowling. Ubaid Kamal, the UP Cricket Association coach, gives bowling tips to the youth.

Vartika, the daughter of RS Yadav, the patron of the academy, and the daughter of a police officer also learn bowling as part of their training. The academy’s patron said that the three-day training will teach all Kanpur and Chitrakoot youngsters the tricks of fast bowling. The UP Cricket Association coach said girls’ interest in cricket in the field has never been seen before. But now the spirit of good bowling and hitting is evident in him.

Registration begins for admission to the UP Cricket Association

Cricket Association secretary Dheeraj Shukla said that boys and girls in rural areas have talent for cricket, but they couldn’t get the right platform. Now such people get a chance to teach good bowling and hitting. States that the registration of the cricket association will begin on July 15th. After registering, the selected boys and girls have the opportunity to develop themselves further in training.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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