JKCA To Hold Senior Women Trials From September 12

SRINAGAR: The Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association has announced that selection trials for J&K’s Senior Women team will begin from September 12 till September 15 in Srinagar and Jammu simultaneously.

The selection trials will be for Senior Women team (One Day matches).

“It is for the information of all Senior Women Cricketers that JKCA will be conducting Preliminary Trials for selection of Senior Women team (One Day matches) at JKCA grounds Jammu/Srinagar w.ef. 12-09-2021 to 15-09-2021,” the JKCA said in a notice.

The venue and timing for the trials are as follows:

Sher-i-Kashmir Cricket Stadium, Sonwar, Srinagar at 10:00 AM.

Hostel Ground, GGM Science College, Canal Road, Jammu and 10:00 AM.

“All those desirous of attending the trials must bring their original Date of Birth and 10th Pass Certificates,” the JKCA notice added.

“All players attending the trials must have taken both doses of COVID vaccine and should carry proper Certificate,” the notice concluded.

The notice has been undersigned by JKCA Sub-Committee Member-Administration, Anil Gupta.

JKCA Regrets Error In U-19 Men’s Team

In a press release issued on Saturday, Anil Gupta, Member Administration, JKCA informed that the name of Arnav Gupta, who was selected for the U-19 Men’s junior team by the selectors, was missed erroneously while releasing the list of selected players yesterday.

The error was brought to the notice of the Sub-Committee by Arun Sharma, Chairman, Men’s Junior Selection Committee. Anil Gupta has regretted the error on behalf of the Sub-Committee and apologised to Arnav Gupta and the selection committee. He has also assured that greater care would be exercised in future to prevent such errors.

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