In the presence of ace Indian cricketer Yusuf Pathan, the Pathans (CAP) opened its Cricket Academy facility at Itanagar Delhi Public School (DPS) on Friday.
The Cricket Academy, which is the brainchild of Yusuf and Irfan Pathan, will use cutting-edge coaching approaches to instruct and nurture aspiring cricketers in the region. The country’s 28th CAP centre is located here. Pathan, who is also the Director of CAP, said
“We are offering every possible help to young cricketers and expect to become the first choice for all the ambitious and aspirant players in Itanagar and the surrounding region
Our children are now being chosen for district and state competitions as a result of our world-class coaching. We intend to open more academies in tier 2 and tier 3 locations to help aspiring cricketers receive proper training.” CAP center’s have already selected and represented more than 80 pupils from around the country, according to the former India allrounder.
Cricket Academy of the Pathans a select group of several players:
“One of our players, Yashasvi Rishav from CAP Patna, who is representing Bihar state squad in the ongoing Ranji Trophy, has produced a fantastic century. Last year, more than six CAP Patna players were selected to play for the Bihar state side in the Cooch Behar Trophy and the C K Nayudu Trophy “Pathan remarked.
He noted that seven members of CAP Jaipur’s district squad competed in Rajasthan. The academy is “planning travels of various countries for imparting match exposure to the young blooms under different environments,” according to CAP Managing Director Harmeet Vasdev, who was also present during the event.
“We intend to hold an all-India CAP tournament in which all CAP centres will compete. Nutrition, psychology, and the kids’ total physical development are important priorities at the academy “He expressed himself.
“The Cricket Academy of Pathans Lucknow Center was founded on the simple principle of ‘giving back,’ and it is poised to revolutionise cricket instruction and growth in India.
” The Pathan brothers, who have made a significant contribution to Indian cricket over the years, now want to eliminate the one big stumbling block in the way of producing excellent cricketers in India: a lack of adequate coaching. Because only the greatest can produce the best, CAP has enlisted the help of Greg Chappell and Cameron Tradell, two well-known Australian coaches, as primary mentors.