Prashant amongst 8 cricketers scouted to be a part of the Abu Dhabi T10 League


Abu Dhabi, Nov 12 (IANS): Dreams2Play's Founder & CEO Vishal Vyas, proudly announced the selection of eight cricketers picked by teams of Abu Dhabi T10 League out of the thousands of players registered thru Dreams2play.com.

They are Prabhat Jayasuriya from Sri Lanka (leg spinner) - Bangla Tigers, Will Jacks from England (all-rounder) - Delhi Bulls, Prashant Gupta from India (all-rounder) - Deccan Gladiators, Mohammed Waseem from UAE (batsman) - Maratha Arabians, Tom Cadmore from England (batsman) - Qalanders, Muhammad Furqan Khalil from UAE (batsman) - Karnataka Tuskers, Sushant Sawant from India (batsman) - Northern Warriors, Chris Wood from England (bowler) - Northern Warriors.

Vyas especially thanked Delhi Bulls who also selected Shankar Sajjan from Karnataka, a rare find by Dreams2Play. He is a specially-abled cricketer and will bowl in the nets for their team.

"This a dream come true for me, I did not think downloading an app and uploading my skills video would land me a player contract with an international league!' said Mohammed Waseem after being picked up by Maratha Arabians.

"My heart felt gratitude to Shaji Ul Mulk, Chairman Abu Dhabi T10 league, for giving me & my emerging talents this unique opportunity."

  

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