Former Team India cricketer Salil Ankola becomes Mumbai’s chief selector Salil Ankola returns to cricket after starring in films, becomes Mumbai team’s chief selector

Mumbai: Former Team India fast bowler Salil Ankola has been selected as Mumbai’s new chief selector for the upcoming local season. The domestic season will start next month with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Other members of the selection committee are Sanjay Patil, Ravindra Thacker, Zulfiqar Parkar and Ravi Kulkarni.

Salil Ankola, 52, played just one Test match for Team India, in which he took 2 wickets. He has also played 20 ODIs in which he took 13 wickets. In domestic cricket, Ankola played 54 matches and took 181 wickets, his best performance being a 47-run run. Salil has also acted in TV serials and Bollywood films, but is now very happy to be back in cricket.

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The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) said in a press release that the MCA’s Cricket Reform Committee has selected Salil Ankola (Chairman) and Sanjay Patil for the Senior Selection Committee for the 2020-21 season (season ending March 31, 2021). Is. Appointment of Ravindra Thackeray, Zulfiqar Parker and Ravi Kulkarni

The Cricket Reform Committee consists of Lalchand Rajput, Rajiv Kulkarni and Sameer Dighe. The head coach of the senior men’s team will be announced soon, the MCAA said. Significantly, due to the coronavirus epidemic, the local season took a break for several months.
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