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ICRC’s cricket talent hunt camp begins on May 3

ICRC’s cricket talent hunt camp begins on May 3

DHAKA:  The three-day talent hunt camp to select 40 physically challenged cricketers from across the country based on their skills begins at BKSP Cricket Training Ground in Savar on May 3.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS), Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) will organize the camp, an ICRC release said.

As a continuation of last year’s successful ICRC Int’l T20 Cricket Tournament for the People with Physical Disabilities 2015, the talent hunt camp hopes to highlight the efforts of physically challenged players and help them reintegrate into the mainstream society with the motto, “We Can Do It too.”

A number of physically challenged players, nearly 180 cricket enthusiasts have already shown interest to participate in the Talent Hunt Camp through a mobile registration process.

The selected cricketers will participate in a 45-day training camp following this event. People with clear and visible physical disabilities and having a sound knowledge of the game were encouraged to attend in this camp to show their talents.

However, players with intellectual disability, visual and hearing impairments, minor amputation, fracture, wheelchair user, balance and coordination problems are discouraged to attend due to high risk of re-injuries.

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