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The Indian workforce had defeated hosts England by 36 runs to carry the T20 Physical Disabled Cricket Series in August final yr.

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Updated: May 02, 2020 19:50 IST

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah pose with the display prize money cheque for India’s disabled cricket team, which won the T20 world series in England in August last year.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah pose with the show prize cash cheque for India’s disabled cricket workforce, which gained the T20 world collection in England in August final yr.(File)

The gamers and assist workers members of India’s bodily disabled cricket workforce on Saturday acquired the promised prize purse for profitable a collection in England, final yr. The Indian workforce had defeated hosts England by 36 runs to carry the T20 Physical Disabled Cricket Series in August final yr.

The BCCI had introduced a symbolic cheque of Rs 65 lakh to skipper Vikrant Keni in March at their headquarters. The cash was instantly transferred to gamers’ accounts on Saturday by the BCCI, an official of the All India Cricket Association for the bodily challenged advised PTI .

The official stated that the workforce comprised 17 gamers and 6 members of the assist workers. The quantity was authorized by the erstwhile Committee of Administrators (CoA)

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