The recently concluded Virag Cricket Academy Premier League, organized by the esteemed Virag Awate, former Ranji cricketer and Head Coach of the Maharashtra U14 cricket team, proved to be a resounding success. The three-day event took place at the prestigious MIT cricket ground, attracting a remarkable number of talented young cricketers from the academy.
The tournament culminated in a memorable prize distribution ceremony held at the exquisite Geeta complex in Undri. The event was attended by the participating players, as well as their proud parents. The atmosphere was electric as the promising young athletes were applauded and felicitated for their outstanding performances on the field.
Among the standout players, Ved Kalbhor was honored with the prestigious “Player of the Tournament” award, recognizing his exceptional all-round skills and contributions. Siddhant Singh, with his remarkable batting prowess in nail-biting finishes, received the well-deserved “Two Fighter of the Match” awards.
During the ceremony, Coach Virag Awate took the opportunity to enlighten the players and their parents about the academy’s advanced coaching methods and provided insights into the upcoming events planned for the forthcoming season. His guidance and expertise served as a beacon of inspiration for all those present, motivating the young cricketers to reach for greater heights in their cricketing journeys.
The success of the tournament and the invaluable experiences gained by the participants were attributed to the vision and efforts of Virag Awate, the owner of the academy. His commitment to nurturing cricketing talent and providing a platform for young cricketers to showcase their skills was truly commendable. The grand tournament served as a testament to his passion for the sport and his unwavering dedication to the development of budding cricketers.
The Virag Cricket Academy Premier League not only showcased the emerging talent within the academy but also highlighted the immense potential of youth cricket in the region. With the support and guidance of experienced coaches like Virag Awate, the future of cricket in Maharashtra appears bright, as these young players continue to excel and make their mark on the sport.