First South India Wheelchair Cricket Coaching Camp to be held in Bengaluru

The Divyaang Myithri Sports Academy(DMSA) plans to organize a three-day coaching camp in Bengaluru for beginners in Wheelchair Cricket.

The DMSA believe that wheelchair cricket can help disabled people to overcome social barriers and gain self-confidence. The camp will help budding players to do well in cricket and also enable them to have a fitness routine.

The camp will see cricketers from Hyderabad, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka taking part. There are likely to be 40 to 50 players from different states who will get trained by professional Indian Wheelchair cricketers, like Somjeet Singh, the India wheelchair Cricket team captain and Karnataka team players.

The DMSA has requested people to contribute towards the camp.

These are the links:

On-line Donations https://milaap.org/fundraisers/help-wheelchair-cricket?utm_source=whatsapp&utm_medium=fundraisers-footer&mlp_referrer_id=220321

Paytm (for Android users only) http://m.p-y.tm/pay-milaap?comment=originId_40704&amount=2500&amount_editable=1

Camp Details: Venue: Bengaluru Date: (yet to be finalized). Trainees: 40 – 50 players from South India. Trainers: Top players from India wheelchair Cricket Team.

Contact Details: Divyang Myithri Sports Academy No 08, Kadirannapalya, Indiranagar Post Bangalore 560038.

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