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SJSCF TRAINEE MAKES NATIONAL CUT
The Secunderabad head quartered St Johns Sports Coaching Foundation SJSCF has done it again In keeping with its trackrecord of producing top grade players with an envious regularity, another trainee from the Foundation, Ajay Dev Goud, has just hit the national headlines
The Secunderabad-headquartered St John's Sports Coaching Foundation (SJSCF) has done it again. In keeping with its track-record of producing top grade players with an envious regularity, another trainee from the Foundation, Ajay Dev Goud, has just hit the national headlines.
An all-rounder with proven abilities, his feats and talent have caught the eye of the national selectors, who have given him his first big international break.
Ajay Dev Goud has been included in the India Under-19 squad that is leaving on a tour of Sri Lanka where the two nations will battle it out in a five-game One-Day International series later this month.
The Indian team will leave for the island-nation on Monday. SJSCF celebrated his national call by felicitating him in the presence of fellow-trainees and coaches on Friday.
Ajay Dev is seen with Indian women team captain Mithali Raj, who has also honed her skills in the Foundation, and its Director K John Manoj during the felicitation function