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Srinivasan re-elected TNCA chief

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BCCI chief N. Srinivasan and K.S. Viswanathan were unanimously re-elected president and secretary of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) during its 82nd annual general body meeting at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Thursday.

In the lone contest of the day, Dr. G. Natarajan retained the post of the joint secretary by defeating S. Srinivason 152-13.

Mr. Srinivasan has invited A. Sankarakrishnan and S. Ganesan as “Special Invitees” to serve on the Executive Committee of the TNCA for the year 2012-2013.

The office-bearers:

President: N. Srinivasan; Vice Presidents (City): Kalpathi S. Aghoram; U. Prabhakar Rao, P.S. Raman, and P.S. Jagannathan.

Vice-presidents (Districts): V.R. Venkataachalam and N.R. Manivannan.

Secretary: K.S. Viswanathan; Assistant Secretary: R.S. Ramasaamy; Treasurer: V.P. Narasimhan.

Executive Committee (City): Central United Club (K. Sriram), Eagle Cricket Club (K.A. Shankar), Egmore Club (R.I. Palani), Madras Emmanuel Club (P. Anand), Nungambakkam Sports Club (M. Velu), Sir M.CT.M. Old Boys Sports Association (K. Jayaprakash), T. Srinivasa Raghavan Mem. Sports Club (K. Murali), Unicorn Cricket Club (Adam Sait), Young Men’s Association (Keshav Sriraman).

Executive Committee (Districts): Krishnagiri (K.S. Srinivasan), Ramanathapuram (C. Mareeswaran), Thanjavur (R.R. Kalidas Vandayar), Thiruvarur (V. Pasupathy), Thoothukudi (V.R. Shivakumaran). Auditors: P.B. Vijayaraghavan & Co.


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