Three youngsters get chance to practice with Australian Ashes squad

Updated: 01 July 2013 18:55 IST

The trio, picked for the camp held at Merchant Taylors' School in Northwood, Hertfordshire, got the opportunity to practice with the Australian squad.

Mumbai:

Three Indian boys - Vikas Dixit, Shivam Chauhan and Pranjal Puri - are undergoing a 25-day coaching camp in England during which they got the chance to rub shoulders with the visiting Australian Ashes squad.

The trio, picked for the camp held at Merchant Taylors' School in Northwood, Hertfordshire, got the opportunity to practice with the Australian squad.

Dixit, Chauhan - both from Delhi - and Indore's Puri are set to return to India on July 6 after the coaching stint in England, a media release said.

These boys were picked for the visit to England after the conclusion of the Coca Cola Cricket Cup.

Topics : Cricket The Ashes, 2013 Australia Sachin Tendulkar
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