Coach Corner: Vikas Satam | National Award for Bravery in 1987 (ICCW)

Vikas Satam is a big name in Navi Mumbai when it comes to cricket coaching for boys and girls. A right handed batsman during his playing days, the 42 year old, today is a certified coach, having attended Level  O Coaches Course of Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and Level 1 Coaches Course of National Cricket Academy (NCA).

He has been working for NMMC (Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation) Sports Training Centre as a coach from 2010. Satam has also been associated with I.E.S. Navi Mumbai High School, Vashi as Cricket Coach for girls and boys from 2004 till date. He has also extended his services to Navi Mumbai Centre, which is one of the MCA centres from 2006. Recently he has started coaching U-14 boys in Navi Mumbai Centre, which is a part of MCA’s summer coaching camp. He has also played some administrative roles at different levels. Satam was a part of MCA’s Sub Committee; International Match Organising Committee (IMOC) from 2011 to 2013 and was the Venue Co-ordinator for Under-19 Vinoo Mankad Trophy (West Zone) in 2015. Currently he is in the Special Committee for Suburban Cricket (Eastern Region) for the years 2015 – 2017.

Outside of cricket, Vikas Satam has been a phenomenal individual and a tremendous asset to the society. Satam has won couple of awards; National Award for Bravery in 1987 (ICCW) and Talented Citizen Award in 1996 (NMMC), which indicate his worth in the society.



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