The three para players of Sedpur village in Bagpat district have been selected in the UP team for the Wheel Chair Premium League (IWPL) of Cricket in Delhi. The tournament will start in Delhi on June 19. At present, all three players are engaged in the competition.
The Cricketers' Wheelchair Premier League (IWPL) will be organized in Dwarka, Delhi from June 19 of the Para Players (Divyang). The team of eight states will participate in this league. In the trials conducted for the Uttar Pradesh team, selected three para players from the top. This includes Aditya Chhukkar, Yogesh Yadav aka Yogi and Deepak Yadav. Aditya said that the trio had given the trials for selection in the UP team. Yogesh Yadav has been selected as a wicket keeper and batting player.
Deepak Yadav has made the place in the team as an all-rounder. Aditya told that the competition will run in Delhi from June 19 to 23. This tournament is being organized by the Disable Sports Society (DSS). Only cricket's wheel chair paragraph players will participate in this.
Eight state teams to take part in tournament
The teams of Gujarat, Delhi, Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Tamil Nadu will participate in the tournament.
Hard work, winning competition
Coach Tarun Yadav, who taught cricket to para players resident of Nawada village of Balaini region, worked hard in the UP team selected by three players. Para players made continuous practice. The selection of the three players is due to their hard work and practice technique. At the same time, the hard work of the three players has also been painted. Players said that they would love to win the competition.