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Hii sir
       Vivek verma
         Sir i belong from surat and  i am studying in.. fYBBA from bhagwan
Mahavir college of managment in surat and i am  18 year old

         Actually from childhood i interested in playing cricket and it is
My dream  what actually i want to succeed in that..
So many frnds  told me. U should go to ur future.. ahead... but some lack of problems i cant do that..... sir i am actually.. a good batsman..... i believe that i f i go
To any cricket club.. .... i am sure that i am going to...achieve some target
Regarding  cricket        ......sir  main thing   that if you will support  100%  than i am not going to.. make..u dissapoint in any condition...... either in fielding or in batting..
But sir i need ur support...  and sir first time i played..... from GTU universityy...... it was good experience for me.....
         thank u  

Dear Vivek,

If I am 18, I would, too  prefer to become a cricketer. Now the game of cricket has become so popular and provides lot of opportunities to earn both name and fame along with money. The IPL has provided a lot of opportunities to new fresh cricketers to prove their metal and get recognition themselves. But one must have passion for that and good backing from own people and well wishers.

You are 18 and can prove it at this age. You need not ask somebody to prove your metal. Just go ahead, practice regularly at your nearby club. There are many clubs around who cater coaching under the belt of many good cricketers. Just join any club, attend regular practice, do hard work with concentration and dedication. You can  flourish provided your performance speaks. You need to represent any club in local cricket tournament and can only answer your selectors with your consistency in performance. So just go ahead and try your luck with all dedication and passion.

So you just need to join club and play domestic cricket to perform and get noticed with your performances.

All the best in your endeavours.

Suhas Sapre
Baroda 02/06/2016


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I can help to give all questions regarding cricket laws, rules on both umpiring and cricket scoring. It will be a great pleasure to help any candidate who wants to clear the exam of BCCI. I can guide him how the questions are asked and the way they should be replied. I can also conduct classes for Cricket umpiring and scoring anywhere. I look forward to educate and promote local umpires in the days to come. I would help them to get through BCCI Level 1 exam.


I have been a state panel cricket umpire and doing umpiring for last 40 years and also a BCCI official national scorer since 2004, having done many International ODIs played at Baroda and many first class matches in Baroda. I have passed many state panel exams in both categories.

I was serving with State Bank of India, as an Officer, posted at Bodeli branch, some 65 Kmts from Baroda, having taken promotion in August 2012. I was thereafter transferred to Pavi Jepur Br, some 90 kmts from Baroda on 20/12/2013. Recently I have taken VRS from Bank as after becoming an officer I was facing lot of problems regarding leave to attend BCCI matches as a scorer and also Local umpiring and thus hampering my sporting activities. Now to enable me to spare more time for my passion, I have opted for VRS and was relieved on 30/01/2016 and now will look forward to enjoy my passion in the remaining years.Look forward to remain busy with cricketing activities for next one decade and more.Look forward to help my cricket colleagues. Look forward to give off my best services to my passion, which has taught me many more things and now I feel I must contribute towards the local cricket association, i.e. Baroda Cricket Association with all love and enthusiasm in the coming years.I feel proud to take VRS for the sake of my passion. Its a great feeling that I have taken a bold decision in the wake of my passion which has given me enjoyment and physical fitness to enjoy the game of cricket in the the days to come. Now I feel myself as a free bird and no tension. Look forward to help budding umpires.

Earlier I used to write in local newspaper but thereafter time has not permitted me to do so. I give my views over the controversial topic.

I am a degree holder of Commerce and having a reputed banking job in Baroda. Recently due to some personal problems and to fulfil my love and passion for the game of cricket I have opted volunteer retirement from the Bank service to enable me to do BCCI matches as an Official scorer in first class matches. Taking promotion in Bank and expecting leave for the matches was a major problem and that is one of the reasons to quit bank ahead of cricket.

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I have passed several examination of cricket umpiring at State levels. I passed Mumbai cricket Association as well as Baroda Cricket Associations state exams. I had also cleared national written test of BCCI, but unfortunately sheer bad luck in viva and practical. I have also stood first in the Scorers' state level examinations at Saurashtra, exam conducted by Saurashtra Cricket Association and also stood first in Mumbai Cricket Association's Scorers' exam. I further cleared the BCCI national exam in the year 1994 held at Ahmedabad. In all I have officiated as an Umpire in more than 3500 matches, including T20, ODI, 3-4-5/days matches, 6-aside, double wicket tournaments, single wicket tournaments, and many more festival events and charity matches. I have also officiated as an official scorer in many first class cricket matches as well as almost all ODI matches played at the IPCL/ Reliance Cricket ground in Baroda. In all I have officiated as an official scorer in not less than 300 matches. I have been appointed a Sports Secretary of SBI in Baroda (2010 to 2012) I have been elected as one of the Umpires' committee of Baroda Cricket Association on 23.04.2012 Looking forward to take care of local umpires and will try to educate them. Recently I was privileged to conduct a 3-day cricket Umpires seminar on 7 to 9 September, 2012 along with Shri Sanjay Hazare, BCCI Elite panel cricket umpire. This was my first ever experience to conduct a seminar, which had almost 60 participants. I am thankful to the Baroda Cricket Association for giving me this opportunity. I have been honoured on many occasions with awards and certificates for my best umpiring. Recently on 13th February, 2014, I was invited as a Chief Guest by Amrut School in Halol, to celebrate the Annual Sports Day of their school.

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