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Indian Blind team gears up for ODI World Cup cricket tournament from Jan 7

Bengaluru, Jan 3 (UNI) The Indian Cricket Team for Blind, which is
participating in the 5th ODI World Cup Cricket tournament for Blind
to be held in Dubai from January 7 to 21, was given a warm send off
at Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) here on Wednesday.
In all six countries including Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri
Lanka and Australia, besides India are vying for top honour in the
Tournament, Mahantesh of Samarthanam, an NGO told newsmen here on
Wednesday.
The selected players underwent training camp, from December 5,
2017- January 2, 2018.
Following is the list of the squad captained by Ajay Kumar Reddy:
Md Jafar Iqbal (B1 category), Nareshbhai Tumda (B1), Mahender
Vaishnav (B1), Sonu Golkar (B1), Prem Kumar (B1), Basappa Vadgol
(B1), Ajay Kumar Reddy (B2) (captain), D. Venkateswara Rao (B2),
Ganeshbhai Muhudkar (B2), Surajit Ghara (B2), Anilbhai Gariya (B2),
Prakash Jayaramaiah (B3), Deepak Malik (B3), Sunil Ramesh (B3), T.
Durga Rao (B3), Pankaj Bhue (B3) and Rambir (B3).
Under Samarthanam Sports Initiative, Cricket Association for the
Blind in India (CABI) governs cricket tournaments and championships
in India and abroad. CABI is the only affiliate to World Blind
Cricket Limited. (WBC) and has touched 25,000 cricket enthusiasts across
India from 2010.
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