Rajasthan News: Narendra Sharma of Rajasthan Kota Indian Disability Cricket Team I Shadow: Rajasthan Kota resident Narendra Sharma selected for the disabled cricket team
Quota Any sportsman dreams of playing wearing a country jersey. And that was the dream of Narendra Kumar Sharma, a resident of Kota, an education city in Rajasthan. One day he wanted to wear an Indian jersey and play cricket for India. This dream has come true today. Narendra started playing ordinary cricket at the age of 16, taking on the roles of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid as role models. In 2018, he started playing cricket for the disabled. Today, he is playing as the captain of the Rajasthan disabled cricket team. The now disabled opener has been selected in the Indian disabled cricket team on August 9. He has been happy ever since.
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Narendra says the ODI, Test and T20 cricket series between India and Bangladesh will start from September 12. From Kota, he has become a member of the Indian disabled cricket ODI team. Apart from this, Mahavir Sharma of Tonk, Rajasthan has been selected in the Indian Test disabled team. Tonk’s Rohan Raghuvanshi and Bewar Ajmer’s Avinash Chaturvedi have also been selected in the T20 Indian disabled cricket team.
Narendra said that from 2018, he started playing cricket for the disabled. In three years, he has achieved great success in disabled cricket. He played for Kota, Rajasthan. He is currently the captain of the Rajasthan Handicapped Cricket Team. There was a selection camp for the Indian disabled cricket team between 4th and 8th August, in which he performed better. This earned him a place in the Indian team today. The Indian team got a golden opportunity to play wearing a jersey.
Narendra said that he will keep his fitness strong to stay in the team. The India-Bangladesh series will be played in September in Hyderabad, Aurangabad and Mumbai. Govind Singh Rajpurohit, secretary of Rajasthan Handicapped Cricket Association, is very happy here. He says that these players have made a name for Rajasthan by joining the Indian team. Behind him is the best talent of Rajasthan. Anyone with a disability is going to make a big name in cricket in the future.
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