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Rach Sports to launch first cricket academy in Dubai

[Rach Group of Companies CEO Mr. Ravi Rach. Photo/courtesy].

Rach sports, a Dubai based sports management firm has partnered with a Singapore based CricKingdom Global Private limited to launch first ever cricket academy in Dubai.

The initiative from a renowned cricket star in India and Vice-captain in the short formats Rohit Sharma will uplift the hopes of cricket enthusiasts in the UAE.

Mr. Ravi Rach from the Rach Sports said the initiative will be a game changer in the cricket field in the UAE saying the partners including Former Indian cricket Coach John Wright will be visiting the academy to monitor its progress.

Rach Sports which was recently registered by the Dubai Sports Council has in the pipeline several sports initiatives to enable various youth in the UAE explore their talents to the maximum.

Mr. Rach said if sport is given the priority it deserves, the youth will embrace it at early stages thus using their God given talent to earn a living.

Rach, the CEO Rach Group of Companies says Ravi sports will fully focus on various disciplines to ensure no talent is wasted in the UAE.

Game changer

“Ravi Sports will partner with other like minded people and Organisation to ensure we facelift the sport sector in Dubai and the larger UAE,” he revealed.

The youthful entrepreneur and renowned UAE investor has termed the initiative as an icon in the Dubai sports sector.

“I want to closely work with the youth and any other talented person who wants us to facelift the sports sector in the United Arab Emirates,” disclosed Mr. Rach.

Modern training

On his part Sharma said he is delighted on the new venture that will promote cricket in the UAE.

“We can promote cricket in the UAE through the tailored annual curriculum, in-house mobile app for training and global access to CricKingdom academies. The amazing Rach Sports team under the guidance of Ravi Rach and Girban Chakraborty with CricKingdom’s experience in running the best in class academy operations would definitely make us realise this dream,” said Mr. Sharma.

Parents according to Mr. Girban who spearheads the Rach sports will  have complete visibility on the progress of their ward making it more transparent and impactful.’

“We are in the process of finalising one of the existing state-of-the-art facilities in Dubai and plan to open up registration in consideration to the current Covid-19 state globally,” said Mr. Girban.

Sharma, Indian batsman star will be visiting the academy at least once a year while Wright will pay the academy a visit quarterly to monitor the progress of the trainees in their master-classes.