Mumbai T20 league has been the most talked about cricket tournament ever since it started, within the mumbai circles, mainly because of the various opportunities it creates for the talented mumbai cricketers.
Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) wanting to make the best possible use of limited time window in 2021, took the right decision in forming the Mumbai T20 league governing council by appointing Milind Narvekar, as the chairman of the league along with Suraj Samat, as the second governing council member.
Milind Narverkar, is the personal assistant to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, has also been the member of local cricket body for more than a decade.
Suraj Samat, an ex-sports person himself, who also recently conducted 2 major cricket tournaments, Samat Cup & Kale T20 cup and runs a district sports complex at Bandra Kurla Complex, has been toiling hard at MCA & grassroot cricket for over 10 years. Suraj Samat while speaking to Amol Sonavane from CricketGraph mentioned, “The Mumbai T20 league is a flagship brand of MCA and I am quite thrilled and thankful to MCA for appointing me. We will ensure maximum players get a chance to play in 2021 edition. We will also try and generate maximum viewership from schools & colleges under the leadership of Milind Narverkar.
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