Hindustan Times – Former India off-spinner Ramesh Powar has been appointed the interim coach of the national women’s cricket team until the BCCI finds a suitable replacement for Tushar Arothe.

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  • Former India off-spinner Ramesh Powar has been appointed the interim coach of the national women’s cricket team until the BCCI finds a suitable replacement for Tushar Arothe.
  • READ | Indian women’s cricket team coach Tushar Arothe resigns after players’ revoltPowar will oversee the women’s team camp which begins in Bengaluru from July 25.
  • READ | Why Sourav Ganguly feels India will are favourites in ODI series vs EnglandIt has been learnt that Powar got a call from the cricket board on Sunday about his interim appointment.
  • Only last week, Mumbai wicket-keeper and batsman Vinayak Samant pipped Powar to become coach the senior Mumbai team.
  • READ | Ajinkya Rahane, Murali Vijay to play for India A against England LionsPowar had quit as the spin bowling coach of the MCA run cricket academy mid-way in February this year and had gone to Australia to train young spinners.


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