Cricketer banned for two years for tampering with the birth certificate

Cricketer Sparsh Joshi was overshadowed by making a place in Uttarakhand’s U-19 team by tampering with the birth certificate. BCCI has banned Sparsh Joshi for two years in the case. Now Sparsh Joshi will not be able to participate in the tournament of BCCI and Cricket Association of Uttarakhand for two years.

BCCI has imposed a two-year ban on Uttarakhand’s U-19 squad Sparsh Joshi. For this, the BCCI has informed the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand via e-mail. According to the BCCI report, Sparsh Joshi has got birth certificates from two places in Uttarakhand and Delhi.

Sparsh had a birth certificate made from Municipal Corporation of Delhi while playing with the Delhi Cricket Board in 2016-17. Now Sparsh has applied a birth certificate made from Uttarakhand government, playing from Uttarakhand in 2019-20. Both certificates have a date of birth on 03 October 2000.

According to the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand Secretary, Mahim Verma, the BCCI has informed by sending an email. In this, Sparsh Joshi has been found to be involved in tampering in his birth certificate. Sparsh Joshi has been banned for two years as per the rules.

100 players registered under-23

100 U-23 players have registered for the CK Naidu One-Day Trophy Cricket Team Selection Trial. District Cricket Association secretary Vijay Pratap Mall said that from October 1, registration forms are being distributed from the office of the association located at Dashmesh Vihar. So far 120 players have bought form. 100 players have registered in these. Told that trials will be taken at GSR Cricket Academy, Shimla by-pass on October 6 and 7. It is mandatory for the registered players to come in a colorful dress.

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