BCCI announces new selection panel

Updated: 01 October 2008 13:53 IST

The BCCI has formally announced the new selection panel which has K Srikkanth from the south zone as the chief selector in their AGM at Mumbai.

New Delhi:

The BCCI has formally announced the new selection panel which has K Srikkanth from the south zone as the chief selector in their AGM (Annual General Meeting) at Mumbai. They also named the other four selectors. They also named the other four selectors.

While Narendra Hirwani comes from the Central zone, Raja Venkat represents East zone in the selection panel. Yashpal Sharma returns from the north and coming in for Dilip Vengsarkar from the West is Surendra Bhave of Maharashtra.

The board also announced the selection committee for junior cricket. Former pacer Abhey Kuruvilla from West zone has been appointed as the chairman. Other four selectors are: Sanjay Desai (South Zone), Sanjeev Sharma (North Zone), Rajesh Bora (East Zone) and R S Hans (Central Zone).

Sharad Pawar, who stepped down as the Board President at the AGM and was succeeded by Shashank Manohar, will head the BCCI's Marketing Committee, while Rajiv Shukla was elected as Chairman of the Finance Committee.

N Srinivasan was elected as the Secretary, Sanjay Jagdale became the new Joint Secretary and M P Pandove will be the new Treasurer. The trio was elected unopposed, they said.

Also elected unopposed were the five Vice-Presidents - Shivlal Yadav, Chirayu Amin, Arindam Ganguly, Arun Jaitley and Lalit Modi, the sources said.

Topics : Cricket
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