Cricket Association Of Telangana (CAT)

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Information about Cricket Association Of Telangana (CAT)

Published on October 18, 2017

Author: Washapp


slide 1: Cricket Association Of Telangana CAT is formed to bring out talented cricketers in the Rural areas... The present cricket Associations which are working for over 6 decades are confined only to cities There is lot of talent in the rural areasMahendar Singh Dhoni is the live exampleas he was spottted from Jharkandone of the Indias most backward areas and under Dhonis Capataincy India has won two world cups-one day and T20 cup. CAT Believes there are many Dhonis waiting to be spotted in the rural Districts.CAT is striving to provide level playing field for the rural cricketers.We are proud to announce CAT is the first Cricketing body in INDIA specially focusing on Rural cricket talent. In the last Five years Cat was able to develop infra structure and organise cricket tournments in various disciplanes also conducting free summer coaching camps every years and also providing free cricket kits for the rural cricketers Cat is happy to announce to S.Ankur and K.Sravan who are selected from the telangana state for India under 16 cricket camp held at Dehradun at 20016 cat is also an applicant with the board of control for cricket in India BCCI. Cats only objective is to create a platform for rural talented cricketers in achieving their goal playing for the Nation. Cricket Association of Telangana is formed to promote real talented cricketers in Telangana region who are being neglected and subjected to discrimination. The CAT would give top priority to Telangana cricketers. With an initiative to rope in young talents from rural backgrounds Cricket Association of Telangana CAT has agreed to sponsor and offer financial support for two under-17 cricketers- Mohd Nazeem of who hails from Mahabubnagar district and S Ankur of Khammam. Nazeem the son of a private lorry driver represented the CAT State side in the under-16 Sports Authority of India SAI national tournament held in Haryana in 2016 while Ankur has attended the India under-16 camp in Dehradun last year representing CAT. The Khammam youngster is the son of a Singareni employee in Kothagudem. With regards to their poor economic backgrounds CAT has decided to pay for their food accommodation education and cricket training at the CAT academy under the TSPL project for five years.

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