Wednesday 26 April 2017

MCC offers life membership to former India captain Sandhya Agarwal

MCC offers life membership(सदस्यता) to former India captain Sandhya Agarwal

The ‘Marylebone Cricket Club’ has offered honourary life membership to Sandhya Agarwal, former captain of the Indian women’s Test team. A resident of Indore, Agarwal has played 13 Tests and 21 ODIs from 1984 to 1995. Agarwal is being honoured in recognition of her distinguished service to the game. After her retirement, she continued to contribute to the game as a selector and coach, besides being a member of the BCCI’s women’s committee. Presently, she is the chairperson of girl’s U-19 and senior women’s team of MPCA. Marylebone Cricket Club is the world’s most active cricket club, the owner of Lord’s Ground and the guardian of the laws of the game.
Founded in 1787, it has been recognised as the sole authority on the laws of cricket since its foundation. MCC has awarded honourary life membership to many finest cricketers.

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