An All-India Junior Selection Committee has been formed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). This committee will consist of five members and will be led by Sharath Sridharan, the former Tamil Nadu player.
Harvinder Singh Sodhi, Ranadeb Bose, Pathik Patel, and Kishan Mohan are the other members of the committee. The North Zone will be directed by Kishan Mohan, while the South Zone will be directed by Sharath Sridharan.
Sharath Sridharan will head the committee: BCCI
From the Central Harvinder Singh Sodhi and from West Zone Pathik Patel were chosen, whereas Ranadeb Bose was picked from the East Zone. The BCCI also made the announcement on Twitter.
“BCCI announces the appointment of Junior Selection Committee members. Former Tamil Nadu captain Mr. Sharath Sridharan will head the committee” read a tweet from the official Twitter handle of the BCCI.
NEWS 🚨- BCCI announces appointment of Junior Selection Committee members.
Former Tamil Nadu captain Mr Sharath Sridharan will head the committee.
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 17, 2021
The committee’s chairman Sharath Sridharan has played in 139 first-class matches and 116 List A matches. He bagged 8700 runs in first-class cricket and In List A cricket 3366 runs. In first-class cricket, he has also hit 27 centuries and 42 half-centuries.
In first-class cricket, Harvinder Singh Sodhi has 174 wickets to his name, while in List A cricket, he has 65 wickets. In first-class cricket, he has also achieved 2072 runs with the bat. Pathik Patel is a wicket-keeper with 32 first-class matches. In first-class cricket, the right-handed batter amassed 1062 runs.
The right-arm fast bowler, Ranadeb Bose is a who has 317 first-class wickets in 91 games. He has also seized on 126, In List A Cricket. In first-class cricket, Bose has a remarkable 24 five-wicket hauls. Kishan Mohan was a Punjab all-rounder who played for the team.