JKCA Talent Hunt: Zone Kashmir Schedule & Details

SRINAGAR- The Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has announced the schedule for its Talent Hunt trials due to be held in Zone Kashmir.

S.No.   Format Date

  1. U19 Men’s 6th May to 8th May
  2. U23 Men’s 9th May to 10th May
  3. Senior Men’s 11th May to 13th May

The Kashmir Zone trials will be held at three different venues:

Central Zone Venue (S K Stadium, Srinagar)

North Zone Venue (Kushal Stadium, Sopore)

South Zone Venue (Tikibagh, Mattan)

The JKCA further stated that the same schedule will be followed for Talent Hunt trials for women. The trials will begin on the scheduled dates and venues at 9:00 AM. Each player has to bring a digitized DOB certificate, a school leaving certificate/marks sheet/other documents will not be accepted as DOB proof. The cut off dates for the various age groups are:

U-23 – Born on or after 01 September, 1999

U-19 – Born on or after 01 September, 2003

U-16 – Born on or after 01 September, 2006

Players have been further advised to bring the following certificate duly signed by their parents/guardians:

“I ____________________ father/mother/guardian of ______________________ hereby certify that he/she is voluntary participating in the J&K Cricket Association talent hunt trials for the age group ________________________ which is being held at ______________on ______________________. I have no objection if my son/ward participates in the said talent hunt trials and subsequent tournament, if selected. JKCA will not be responsible in case any mishap occurs during the trials/tournaments.”

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