Jammu, June 18: Budding cricketers from the state are surely going to have fun time besides moments to get more professional and experienced as the Jammu and Kashmir Police is all set to host a week-long cricket tournament on the pattern of Indian Premier League (IPL) here from 2nd September.
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The tournament has been named as Police-Public Cricket Premier League (PPCPL), and will begin from September 2 and conclude on 9th September
”The PPCPL is to be played on IPL pattern in Under-16 Boys category,” Rajesh Gill, Organising Secretary of the Tournament told UNI.
He added that Inspector General of Police, Jammu Zone S D Singh Jamwal, is the chairman of the PPCPL and he is reviewing arrangements time to time.
”There will be eight owners in the PPCPL and each team can be purchased at the cost of Rs 40,000,” Mr Gill said adding that the team owners can retain five players while the rest will be selected after trials in Under 16 category, which will be conducted at Bhaderwah, Poonch, Jammu, Udhampur and Rajouri from 20-27th August.
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