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Chandigarh: The Fatehgarh Sahib District Cricket Association (Affiliated to Punjab Cricket Association) will conduct trials to select the U-22 district cricket team at 10 am on June 2 at Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib. The selected players will represent the Fatehgarh Sahib dictrict in the Inter-District U-22 Cricket Tournament being organised by Punjab Cricket Association from the third week of June. Players born on or after September 1, 1990 are eligible to take part in the trials and the the players are required to bring their Date of Birth certificates along with eligibilty/residence proof. The trials will be conducted by Punjab Ranji Trophy player Monish Aggarwal and the selected players will undergo a coaching camp before the final team is selected. Interested players can contact Dilshad Rana, cricket coach at 08968411957.
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