MUMBAI: No Mumbai group to journey at evening, no group to journey by bus, respectful exit for senior gamers, and stringent punishment for age fraud cheats – these are a few of the ideas put ahead by batting legend Sachin Tendulkar to the Mumbai Cricket Affiliation (MCA), to enhance Mumbai cricket.
As TOI had reported earlier, Tendulkar took initiative to fulfill the MCA’s newly-elected Apex Council, led by Vijay Patil, at BKC on Thursday. It is learnt that the maestro put ahead as many as 18 concepts for the betterment of Mumbai cricket.
“He needs the MCA to be critical about checking age fraud. He needs us to make a rule that bans an under-14 age fraud offender to be banned from taking part in for each the under-14 and under-16 groups,” mentioned a supply.
He emphasised on the necessity for extra grounds, a strict disciplinary committee, no group to journey within the evening, no group to journey in buses, a second group for all age group tournaments from subsequent yr, respectful exit to senior gamers, together with taking their views, good assist workers remuneration, a state-of-the-art fitness center for all Mumbai cricketers throughout age teams, 14-a-side video games on the inter-school stage, the necessity for choice committee conferences to be minuted and the coaches of all of the age group groups to take care of a doc on each participant that may assist them coach the participant persistently,” an MCA official mentioned.
“The assembly was superb,” Tendulkar informed TOI later.
MCA lifts Musheer’s ban
In a key choice that it took in its first assembly, the Apex Council has lifted the three-year ban on teenaged left-arm spinner Musheer Khan, which was slapped on him by the MCA for allegedly ‘flashing’ at his Mumbai under-16 teammate. The 14-year-old can now play for the Mumbai under-16 group within the Vijay Service provider Trophy.