Arjun Tendulkar will take part in the JP Atray cricket competition.
The 27th All India J P Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament, which will be contested in the Tricity beginning September 22, is scheduled to feature top domestic cricketers from India as well as up-and-coming players like Arjun Tendulkar, son of great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
Tendulkar Jr. is now preparing with the Goa cricket team and is anticipated to participate in the competition, which will include 16 teams from around India.
The 27th All India JP Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament, which begins on September 22, will include top domestic Indian players as well as emerging talent. Arjun Tendulkar, who will begin playing for the Goa Cricket Association this season, is anticipated to compete in the competition with other up-and-coming players from the nation. According to Vivek Atray, the tournament’s organiser, the competition is the perfect place for cricketers from all around India to acquire crucial match experience before the BCCI’s domestic season.
The event will include 16 teams in total. The teams were split up into four pools, each with four teams. Punjab Cricket Club, Goa Cricket Association, PSPB, and Players Academy XI Delhi will make up Pool A.
HPCA, JKCA, Minerva Cricket Academy, and Delhi Capitals Academy will make up Pool B, while UTCA Chandigarh, Players XI Bihar, Baroda Cricket Association, and RBI will make up Pool C. MPCA, CAG Delhi, SPJ Sports Delhi, and PCA Colts will compete in Pool D.
The PCA, Chandigarh Sports Department, and Haryana Sports Department will host the matches, which will take place over the course of the 12-day event at six locations in the Tricity.
The competition has included former participants including Kapil Dev, Chetan Sharma, Sourav Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Rohit Sharma, Ashish Nehra, Shikhar Dhawan, and others.
“Goa Cricket Association and Players Academy XI Delhi will square off in the tournament’s opening game at Mohali’s IS Bindra PCA International Stadium. The remaining games will be played at six locations: the IS Bindra PCA International Stadium in Mohali, the Sector 16 Stadium in Chandigarh, the Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex in Panchkula, the Maharaja Yadavindra International Cricket Stadium in Mullanpur, the GMSSS-Sector 26 Stadium in Chandigarh, and the Government College in Ropar.
On October 3, the championship game will take place at IS Bindra PCA International Stadium in Mohali. Sushil Kapoor, the tournament’s organising secretary, said that the winner team would get a cash reward of Rs 2 lakh and the runner-up team would receive Rs 1 lakh.
Additionally, prizes will be given out for player of the tournament, best bowler, best batsman, and man of the match after each match.