Abu Dhabi T10 keeps an eye on the future with Cricket-E-India Talent Hunt

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Cricket-E-India, which is the pan-India talent hunt to find the next cricket sensation of the nation, has partnered with The Abu Dhabi T10 as their Talent Partner.

The winner of the talent hunt programme will get a chance to play at the next edition of The Abu Dhabi T10.

“We are delighted to welcome Cricket-E-India as our Talent Partner. We have always strived to create opportunities for young cricketers and to give them a platform to showcase their talent. Through this unique partnership with Cricket-E-India, we will be giving a talented cricketer a stage to perform, and in return, we will have the finest prospect of India in the next edition of The Abu Dhabi T10,” said Shaji Ul Mulk, Founder and Chairman of Abu Dhabi T10, on the new association.

Dr Taranpreet Singh Nijhawan, Managing Partner of Ekas India, the organiser of Cricket-E-India Talent Hunt, believes this unique alliance with The Abu Dhabi T10 will not only serve as a grand opportunity for aspiring cricketers but will also take the T10 brand to the masses.

“There are many promising cricketers in India who do not get a gateway to the big stage. We want to go to every corner of India to find the most extraordinary cricketer of the nation and present them with the right platform, that is the next Abu Dhabi T10. Moreover, this initiative will also ensure further popularisation of the T10 format,” said Dr Satinder Singh Nijhawan, Spokesperson, Cricket-E-India Talent Hunt.

Along with the chance to play in the next Abu Dhabi T10, the winner of the competition will get a job in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The current edition of The Abu Dhabi T10 will be played between eight teams through 29 matches in 10 days, starting from January 28. All matches will be held at the iconic Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

There are several Indian cricketers who are a part of the current edition, along with global superstars such as Chris GayleDwayne BravoShahid AfridiKieron Pollard, and Sunil Narine.

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