BCCI secretary Jay Shah was appointed the president of Asian Cricket Council on Saturday.

J Shah, the newly elected president of the Asian Cricket Council, said the organization has done pioneering work in women’s and age-group cricket and it needs to continue.

BCCI Secretary Jai Shah who was elected President of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Saturday said that the organization has done pioneering work in women’s and age group cricket and it needs to continue further. Shah has taken over from the previous head of the ACC, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chief Najmul Hussain. The 32-year-old thanked the BCCI colleagues for nominating him and said it was an honor.

“Built with the aim of organizing, developing and promoting sports in the region, ACC has grown rapidly. ACC is promoting healthy rivalry in some of the largest cricket playing countries, while also making the sport smaller. In a BCCI release, Shah said, “We must remain committed to this cause and ensure that there is all-round development in the area.”

“The epidemic has presented enormous challenges, but history has shown that innovation often comes in adversity and we must adapt and innovate to stay ahead. While I have seen most boards again with their senior team Started cricket operations, the challenge is still there. She said that women cricket and the age group cricket remains with it.

The ACC is the regional administrative body of Asia and currently has 24 member associations. Currently in hospital after a successful angioplasty with BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, J is working overtime to decide on the fate of the domestic calendar in Indian cricket.

On Friday night, she informed the state associations that after the successful hosting of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament, the BCCI will now host the Vinoo Mankad Trophy – the U19 limited-overs tournament – as well as Hazare and senior women’s one-dayers. Is ready.

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly also congratulated Shah.

“I congratulate Jesse Shah for being appointed the new ACC President. We are well aware of his plans and vision to develop the game of cricket. I have personally experienced the enthusiasm with which he has made a change Worked to bring in. Establish cricket infrastructure and set up ecosystem in Chandigarh, Uttarakhand and Northeast states.

This is certainly a challenging phase, but I am confident that he will successfully navigate the challenges posed by the virus. BCCI will extend every help. Ganguly said that there will be a big role in the reconstruction and restructuring of cricket activities in Asia.

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