2nd ever North-East Aspiring Curator Orientation Course


SUMMIT REPORT

Gangtok, 17 Aug:

Sikkim Cricket Association successfully hosts the 2nd ever North-East Aspiring Curator Orientation Course. The first of its kind course for the state of Sikkim was conducted by BCCI and its expert faculty headed by BCCI chief curator Ashish K Bhowmik, BCCI elite panel curator Taposh Chatterjee and BCCI Manager-Cricket Operations/Observer, Amit Siddeshwar. The curator/groundsmen course covered both theoretical and practical on field training on construction, maintenance, preparation, and renovation of cricket pitches. The participants from the North-Eastern states including Sikkim numbered to a total of 33 persons with the course being conducted for 6 days. During the training the participants under the guidance of the faculty constructed a completely new pitch in the practice arena, the special conditions and criteria set the faculty was preparation of pitch in a given situation of a match within 6 days.

The opportunity of hosting such BCCI programs is a matter of great pride for Sikkim and shows the level of trust and faith BCCI and Secretary Jay Shah has bestowed upon SICA.

We are hopeful that given the extremely positive response and impression of the BCCI observer and faculty regarding the SICA cricket ground/Infrastructure and trained manpower, Sikkim could host an official BCCI matches in the state.