Former West Indian cricketer Brian Lara has upheld the West Indies group to come great in the ICC T20 World Cup booked to be held in Australia one year from now.
During India voyage through West Indies in August 2019, the Kohli-drove side had whipped West Indies in all organizations. In December, India secured the T20I series 2-1.
“India won the arrangement, yet I think there are a ton of splendid youthful stars in the West Indies group who will prepared in eight to ten months when World Cup comes around, we will be the power to be dealt with,” said Brian Lara.
“We are twofold champions, so don’t take us simple. You may have had it simple this time, yet don’t take us simple,” Brian Lara included.
He owned these expressions uninvolved of the declaration of first-ever Samarthanam Women’s National cricket competition for Blind.
Cricket Association for Blind in India (CABI) has stepped up to the plate and arrange Blind Cricket Nationals for Women in relationship with Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled.
The competition will be held in the T20 design from December 16 to December 19 in New Delhi.
“We saw monstrous potential among the players sports-wise as well as a medium to enable them; give them a voice and a stage to express their ability,” said Shailender Yadav, North Zone Secretary, Cricket Association for the Blind.
“There has been enormous intrigue and soul among the young ladies and I am sure that this present Women’s Nationals will go far in rousing young ladies from the country over,” he included.