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JCC is proud to have in its fold India’s best Cricket Coaches so that Cricket’s rich legacy is imparted by the best. JCC salutes the Cricket Masters, the respected and honorable Coaches !
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Dr. Sanjay
Bhardawaj

Coach of Honors

Dr. Sanjay Bhardwaj is the prestigious Droncharya awardee and has produced star Indian players like Gautam Gambhir, Amit Mishra, Unmukt chand and Nitish Rana. He was the coach for under 15- ICC Cricket World Cup 1996-2001. He has also served as the batting coach of Delhi in 2011.

Dr. Bhardawaj has received Ph. D in Physical Education after masters in physical education and a Cricket Diploma from NIS. He has been serving the School Sports Promotion Foundation as its Secretary & Chief Coach in its panel since 2015.

OUR MENTORS

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MentorsShri. Surinder Khanna

Mr. Surinder Khanna is a former test cricketer and a stylish wicket-keeper batsmen. Mr. Khanna has played for Delhi in the Ranji Trophy. He made his debut in 1976. A century in each innings (111 and 128) in the Ranji Trophy final against Karnataka at Bangalore  in 1978–79 brought Surinder Khanna into the limelight. That season, he scored 657 runs (73.00) to star in Delhi’s maiden triumph in the national competition. A capable wicketkeeper and a dashing middle order batsman, Khanna was a tower of strength to Delhi for many years and played a leading role in their successes in the late 70s and early 80s.

When the selectors decided to drop Syed Kirmani for the tour of England in 1979, Khanna was given the big break. He was the designated wicket-keeper for India in the 1979 World Cup. He played without much success in all the three World Cup games and the Test place went to the other debutant Bharath Reddy. He did not enjoy a very good record in the first class games, scoring but 41 runs in six games (four innings). He was dropped from the Indian team after that.

With Syed Kirmani and Bharath Reddy firmly entrenched as the two leading wicketkeepers in the country, Khanna’s career seemed over. But he continued to do well for Delhi and his natural style of play suited the ODI game. He was recalled back to the Indian team for the 1984 Asia Cup held at Sharjah. He scored half centuries in low scoring encounters against Sri Lanka and Pakistan. India won the tournament and Khanna was named Man of the Series. He was a member of the Indian team that went to Pakistan in October the same year. He played in the first ODI in which India lost to Pakistan by 46 runs. He was dropped after this game and never made it back to the Indian team.

He continued to pile on the runs for Delhi and eventually finished his career with over 5000 First Class runs. He achieved his highest score of 220 not out against Himachal Pradesh in 1987–88.

Between 1991-1992 he was the professional for Stewarts Melville Royal High CC in Edinburgh. During the 1991 season he scored 1098 runs at an average of 91.5. Nowadays, he is visiting AIR (All India Radio) studios as a cricketing expert during the matches.

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MentorsMr. Ashok Malhotra

The Amritsar-born Ashok Malhotra has represented India between 1982 and 1986. He partook in 20 ODIs and seven Tests. In 1985, he was the part of the Indian team that won the World Championship.

The former middle-order Indian batsman has done incredibly well in India’s premier first-class competition – Ranji Trophy as a batsman and then as a coach.

Notably, he has represented Haryana and Bengal in the domestic circuit which subsequently saw him featuring in 156 first-class matches apart from 70 List A games that extended for over two decades.
Now, the former Indian cricketer Malhotra is the president of the Indian Cricketers Association (ICA).

The ex-national selector has also nursed the young talent by becoming one of the respected coaches in the cricket frenzy country. He had served as a coach of Bengal senior side and India A. Malhotra had a brief stint as a coach with Team India coach when John Wright was at the helm of affairs in 2003.

The renowned cricketer-turned-commentator Malhotra has closely followed how young cricketers who emerged into stars in the domestic fold. Malhotra, the accreditated level III coach had also thrown support behind young breed of cricketers to help them learn the niceties of the game by establishing his ‘Ashok Malhotra Cricket Academy’.

All in all, the notable commentator who has commentated in dozens of matches, is a big plus for youngsters to learn the nuances of cricket.

We’re elated to have resourceful Malhotra as a JCC mentor.

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MentorsSunil Babu Kolanpaka

Secretary,CAT,Cricket Association of Telangana,Played Professional Cricket in England,presently working for the Development of Rural Cricketers in the Backward regions of Telangana State since 2011,mainly focusing on Grooming of School kids from grassroot Level…

OUR Co-Founders

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Co-FoundersJatin Ahluwallia

An avid entrepreneur and innovator, Jatin possess a deep understanding of consumerism, the market landscape of the Indian sub-continent and sports eco-system. He played a vital role in legitimizing cricket content on India’s largest mobile consumer base, thereby successfully delivering a one of a kind digital sports experience through IPL mobile rights across cricket playing nations over multi-technology platforms. Jatin further strengthened his cricket portfolio through collaborations with cricket icons and events like the Asia Cup among other leading sports properties. He was responsible for structuring the digital rights deal for one of the most iconic cricketers, Mr. Sachin Tendulkar which resulted in a massive fan engagement and fan connect program. Jatin led the launch of Mr. Sachin Tendulkar’s social media with his Facebook page and led to a monumental organic growth of over 23 million cricket fans, as a result created the world’s largest cricket community of online users in this venture.
As a Co-Founder of Seven3Sports, Jatin led to its impressive growth as S3 touched just about every aspect of the sports eco-system and in its first few years delivered TV broadcast of the Indian Premier League and 2014 FIFA World Cup across multiple Asian countries, besides being a host to multiple sports events. Prior to S3, Jatin gained immense knowledge and experience through vital roles in global organisations such as STAR TV, Ericsson, IBM and Accenture. Jatin is an alumni of Leeds University Business School and the President of its Delhi Chapter Alumni. In addition he has been part of Harvard Business School, Duke University and London Business School executive programs.

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Co-FoundersAbhishek Saklani

An integral part of the Seven3Sports family, Abhishek has been associated with Sports Television for over a decade. His passion and forte lie in the clockwork management of broadcast networks and launching new sporting properties. At the young age of 23, Abhishek became the youngest Sports Producer of the Indian Media and has produced as well as directed over 100 sports and cricket shows. Abhishek escalated his talent and skills to the acquisition side of things by being involved in the bidding of ICC, FIFA World Cup 2014, the 2012 Euro and the Indian Premier League among others. Additionally, he played an important role in the syndication of the Indian Premier League (2012-2017), Bangladesh Premier League, Sri Lanka Premier League, Euro Cup (2012 and others across the globe. Prior to S3, Abhishek started his illustrious career at ZEE Media, with important stints at leading media organisations like India News, Sahara TV, ESPN and NEWS 24.

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Co-Founders Aditya Ahluwalia

Aditya is Kings College, London Digital graduate of 2019 Class. As a top class digital graduate, Aditya brings a unique digital millenniums consumption habits knowledge and very well versed with their world. He has worked alongside Mr.Rajiv Shukla (Rajya Sabha MP, BCCI VP and Chairman of IPL) through IPL 2018. He was given the responsibility to lead a team of social media members that looked after IPL Chairman’s social media management in order to boost his following through regular and dynamic updates with regard to cricket, politics and journalism.

Aditya was selected to intern with “Digital India” in 2017 and also interned with NDTV on digital journalism. Currently Aditya is pursuing a start-up in youth fitness category. Aditya is leading the digital strategy for JCC. His start-up will also contribute at the talent hunt stage and provide JCC participants fitness value adds all through the year to keep them engaged. Aditya has received specialized training in physical fitness from world leading physical fitness experts from various institutes in London, UK.  His knowledge of physical fitness will immensely help the young participants of JCC as Aditya firmly believes in bringing about the fitness as every day routine in his endeavor to make his country a healthy and fit nation.

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