Dilip Munde, the blind cricketer is an inspiration
Blind cricketer, Dilip Munde is an amazing sportsman and inspiration to others.
He was part of the world cup team from India that won the Blind Cricket T20 World Cup this year.
Dilip is categorised as a B2 player as he can only see upto a distance of six meters.
He has faced lots of hurdles through life but never gave up on his dreams and always moved on.
He is currently leading the team from Maharashtra in the ongoing 24th National Cricket Tournament.
The tournament has been organised by the Cricket Association for the Blind of Maharashtra.
The next World Cup will take place in Dubai and Pakistan in 2018 and Dilip is super excited to win another cup for the country.
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