“PCCAI has been working really hard for the physically disabled cricketers in the country,” says joint secretary Sanjay Tomar.
Tomar in an exclusive chat with Cricket22yard.com revealed how the Physically Challenged Cricket Association of India (PCCAI) has been working hard to help the cricketers in the nation in getting them the deserved recognition and nurturing the young and talented players in the country.
He also told that the cricketers are keeping themselves fit and ready to make a comeback on the field when the sport resumes. “While the cricket is on a break, for now, the cricketers are concentrating on fitness and waiting for the game to re-start.”
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The PCCAI is still not recognised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and is a self-funded organisation.
“Steve Waugh’s manager Harley came in support of the cricketers and helped them financially,” Sanjay told.
Apart from this the PCCAI has been pretty active in conducting tournaments in the country as well.
The Indian team emerged victorious in the World Series organised by the ICC last year. They defeated England in the final by 36 runs in England.
“India took part in the World Series held by ICC last year and lifted the trophy,” Tomar further added.