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BCCI denies giving NCA admission to youngsters by charging fee

by Noe

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will not ask for money from interested youngsters who seek to enter the National Cricket Academy (NCA).

The BCCI responded after learning from what it described as “fraudulent advertisements” regarding NCA admissions. The ads claim that youngsters can get in if they pay a certain fee.

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“The BCCI wishes to clarify that it does not charge any money from cricketers to use its facility,” the board said in a statement. “The NCA is open to only BCCI’s contracted players, players in the targeted group, and cricketers recommended by State Associations.”

“It is not open to any agency other than the ones mentioned above,” it added.

The board assured that it currently uses its own set of protocols and a merit-based process for those who seek to use the NCA.

The BCCI warned all cricketers, coaches, and the public to act “with extreme caution” regarding NCA admissions.

Several top players, like Ravindra Jadeja, Hardik Pandya, and Rishab Panth use the NCA as a venue to rehabilitate from injuries. Former India cricketer VVS Laxman currently heads the NCA in Bengaluru.

The BCCI often encourages senior national team cricketers to undergo their rehabilitation and recovery at the NCA premises.

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