International level players of cricket will be ready in Mansa

Guru Dronacharya Cricket Academy was inaugurated at Khalsa High School with the support of sports lovers to provide international level coaching to the players of cricket in Mansa. During which Maghar Singh, Jugraj Singh Fauji, Gurcharan Singh, Balveer Singh, Sukhwinder Singh, and Jagdev Singh of the Management Committee of the school participated.

IPL player Javed Khan, who reached Mansa as the head coach to teach fast bowling tricks to the children in this academy, also discussed the future plans. He said that the academy has been started in collaboration with local player Raju and others to produce good bowlers from Punjab. Whereas Punjabi youth above 6 feet height will be taught the tricks of fast bowling. He also told that he wants Manasa’s children to play Ranji Trophy matches in addition to IPL soon. During this, cricket equipment was also given to the academy by the management of Khalsa School. Academy manager Rajwinder Raju assured that in the coming time soon a pitch with indoor facilities will also be prepared, then Ranji players including ultra-modern bowling machines will be brought to Mansa and they will also be provided with batting coaching. District Cricket Association coach Hardeep Sharma, international boxer Kamaldeep Singh were present,

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