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Ravi Jain to be manager for Zimbabwe tour

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Delhi and District Cricket Association joint secretary Ravi Jain. File Photo
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Delhi and District Cricket Association joint secretary Ravi Jain. File Photo

Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) joint secretary Ravi Jain has been appointed manager of the Indian cricket team for the upcoming tour of Zimbabwe, where it will play five ODIs between July 24 and August 3.

“It is a matter of great honour for DDCA that BCCI has appointed its Joint Secretary and Media Manager Mr. Ravi Jain as the manager for the Indian cricket team touring Zimbabwe for the ODI Series in July,” DDCA General Secretary S.P. Bansal said in a statement.

Mr. Jain had earlier toured with the Indian team as a media manager for a limited over series to Sri Lanka last year when it played five One-day Internationals and a one-off Twenty20 International between July 21 and August 7.

The Zimbabwe tour will be the first time he will be travelling as a team manager.

Mr. Jain was elected as one of the joint secretaries of the DDCA last December.

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