Pathan Brothers started their own cricket academy in Arunachal

The Pathan Cricket Academy (CAP) opened its center at the Delhi Public School (DPS) here on Friday in the presence of Indian cricketer Yusuf Pathan.

The brainchild of the Pathan brothers – Yusuf and Irfan, the academy will use state-of-the-art coaching techniques to teach and develop budding cricketers in the region.

This is the 28th center of CAP in the country.

We are providing all possible support to the aspiring cricketers and look forward to becoming the first priority for all aspiring and aspiring cricketers in Itanagar and the surrounding region,” Pathan, who is also the director of CAP, said.

“Through our world-class coaching, our students are now getting selected for district and state level matches. We plan to open more academies in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities which will help budding cricketers to be trained properly.”

According to the former India all-rounder, more than 80 students from across the country have already been selected and represented at various state and district levels from CAP centres.

“In the ongoing Ranji Trophy, one of our players, Yashasvi Rishab from CAP Patna, who is representing the Bihar state team, scored a brilliant century. Over six players from CAP Patna were selected to represent the Bihar state team in the Cooch Behar Trophy and CK Nayudu Trophy last year.

He said that seven players of CAP Jaipur represented their district team in Rajasthan.

CAP Managing Director Harmeet Vasdev, who was also present on the occasion, said that the academy is “planning to tour other countries to give the youngsters match exposure in different environments.”

“We are planning to organize an all India CAP tournament where every CAP center will participate. The academy also focuses on nutrition, psychology and overall physical development of the students, he added.

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