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Thursday, December 20, 2018

W.V. Raman is the new Indian Woman' cricket Team coach

Previous opener W V Raman was on Thursday favored over observed South African Gary Kirsten for the situation of India's ladies' cricket mentor regardless of dispute among the managers over the determination procedure, a BCCI official told PTI. 

The 53-year-old Raman is as of now a batting specialist at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru. "Kirsten was the best decision for the BCCI specially appointed choice board of trustees however Raman landed the position as the South African was not enthused about surrendering his plum work with IPL establishment Royal Challengers Bangalore," the authority said. 

The choice panel involved previous commander Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy. The board suggested three names — Kirsten, Raman and Venkatesh Prasad arranged by inclination — to the Board, a solid source said. In the end, the BCCI picked Raman for the activity. 

The arrangement was made regardless of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) being partitioned on the issue with Diana Edulji asking director Vinod Rai to put the choice procedure on hold. BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry too scrutinized the procedure being pursued as it had Rai's endorsement and not Edulji's. 

Raman, who played 11 Tests and 27 ODIs, is currently a standout amongst the most qualified mentors in the nation. He has instructed huge Ranji Trophy groups like Tamil Nadu and Bengal, and has additionally had a spell with the India U-19 group. 

From his cricketing days, Raman is best associated with being the primary Indian to score a century in South Africa amid the 1992-93 visit. 

Other than Kirsten, Raman and Prasad, the other shortlisted hopefuls out of the 28 candidates who were met on Thursday were Manoj Prabhakar, Trent Johnston, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Brad Hogg and Kalpana Venkatachar. 

Three were met face to face, five applicants, including Kirsten, on Skype and one over telephone. Kirsten, who had guided India's men's group to the 2011 World Cup triumph, was the main decision. 

"He was number one in the request of inclination yet was not exceptionally quick to leave the RCB job. Having said that, Raman is a decent decision as the group needs a batting mentor right now. Prasad was number three in the pecking request," said a BCCI official. 

Kirsten had been head mentor of the Indian group for a long time from 2008 to 2011. He at that point instructed South Africa from 2011 to 2013. He is at present the RCB head mentor in the Indian Premier League. 

The BCCI welcomed crisp applications for the activity after Ramesh Powar's short stretch as break mentor finished a month ago, in rather disputable conditions. Powar too showed up for the meeting. 

The Supreme Court-delegated COA has been isolated over the mentor choice process as far back as crisp applications were welcomed. While Edulji needed Powar to proceed at any rate till the New Zealand visit beginning one month from now, Rai taught the BCCI heavy hitters to welcome new applications. 

Powar's dubious break residency finished on November 30 after an unpleasant aftermath with ODI commander and senior player Mithali Raj over determination issues. 

Powar chose to re-apply after T20 skipper Harmanpreet Kaur and her agent Smriti Mandhana turned out in solid help of the previous India spinner.

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