Sameer Ali qualifies for BCCI's level-2 coaching course
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Sameer Ali qualifies for BCCI's level-2 coaching course

Post by RK News on Thursday, July 13, 2023

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Srinagar, July 11: Hailing from District Srinagar, J&K's former First-Class Cricketer Sameer Ali has passed BCCI's Level-1 Cricket Coaching Course and has qualified for Level-2 Coaching Course of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). 
Sameer"s letter of qualification was sent to the Administrators of JKCA by former Test Cricketer VVS Laxman, Head National Cricket Academy (NCA)
Bowling Coach of J&K Under-25 Men's team last season, Mr Sameer was the part of the Support Staff of Jammu and Kashmir U-25 team which created history by qualifying for the knockout stage in U-25 Men's State-A Trophy.
Apart from being a qualified Level-1 Coach now, Sameer has the distinction of being a qualified NIS Cricket Coach.
Sameer Ali has represented Jammu and Kashmir in 15 Ranji Trophy (4-day) matches, 9 List A (One-Day) matches and 5 T20 matches.
Playing as a right-arm seam bowler, Sameer had the reputation of consistently hitting the ball in good areas and generating a lot of pace and purchasing bounce even on docile tracks, besides wobbling the ball both ways. 
He has taken 31, 9 and 5 wickets in First Class, List-A and T20 matches respectively, with 4/74, 2/27 and 2/15 as his best bowling figures in these formats respectively. 
"The qualification of BCCI's Level-1 Coaching Course has added more responsibility on my shoulders and I firmly believe that I will deliver the job to a perfection and to the best of my abilities," maintained Mr Sameer.
It is pertinent to mention here that Sameer has been instrumental in honing the skills of a good number of budding cricketers.
 
 
 

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