Mysuru: NR Group, owners of Mysuru Warriors, have successfully concluded the Talent Hunt, grassroot programme for Karbonn Smart KPL 2018 powered by Cycle Pure Agarbathies. The Talent Hunt was conducted over two legs, in Bengaluru and Mysuru.
The Mysuru edition of the Talent Hunt yesterday saw 240 budding aspirants prove their capabilities. These included 70 Batsmen, 82 All-Rounder, 68 Spinners and 15 Wicket-Keepers.
Bengaluru’s Just Cricket Academy in Yelahanka, witnessed 250 youth cricketers, try out for a spot in the Mysuru Warriors. These were a mixed lot, consisting of 75 medium pace bowlers, 50 spinners, 60 batsmen, 55 all-rounders and 10 wicket keepers.
Of these 500 youth players two players will represent Mysuru Warriors at the KPL 2018, powered by Cycle Pure Agarbathies.
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