Former India cricketer Ramesh Powar to coach women's team
Former Indian cricketer Ramesh Powar has been appointed as the interim coach of the Indian women's cricket team by the BCCI. The decision came after the board felt Powar could fill in the role until they find a suitable replacement for Tushar Arothe. Notably, Tushar resigned just five months after being appointed the head coach of the Indian eves. Here's more!
Powar will overlook women's training camp in Bengaluru
The BCCI has started the process to evaluate candidates for one of the top jobs in women's cricket. But, until then Powar will overlook the proceedings. The Indian women's cricket team is set to undergo a camp from July 25 to August 3 in Bangalore, where Powar will be seen in action for the first time.
Powar to assist Biju George at camp
"Powar had been asked to oversee the camp as their is no head coach with the women's team. He will be involved in planning the camp with Biju George, the assistant coach. BCCI has already invited applications for women's team coach role." an official said.
Powar eyes a permanent role with the national team
Following the camp, the Indian eves are scheduled to play a series in Sri Lanka, this August. Further, the BCCI is also planning a Challengers Trophy for our girls. Ramesh Powar will be looking to make this temporary stint a permanent one. Interestingly, he, made the headlines, recently, when he snubbed Mumbai Cricket Association for a role in their Ranji coaching set-up.