Arzan Nagwaswala, a first bowler from Nargol village in Umargam taluka, who has been training cricket since childhood under the auspices of Balsar District Cricket Association, has been selected as a standby player in the Indian Test cricket team. With this, the name of Valsad district has resounded on the world stage.
B.D.C.A. BDCA’s Arzan Nagwaswala has been selected as a standby player in the Indian squad for the World Test Championship final against England and the five-Test series against New Zealand announced on Friday, said Janakbhai Desai, Honorary Minister of India. In addition, Soham Desai of Valsad, a BDCA trainer, has been selected as a BCCI trainer.
Arzan Nagwaswala as the player and Soham Desai as the coach are the first to be selected from Valsad in the Indian Test team. Which is a matter of pride for Valsad. BDCA Honorary Minister Janak Bhai Desai and President Kikubhai Desai as well as surveyors congratulated them both on their outstanding achievement and wished them success in the tournament.
VR Sunil Gohil