SSPF Player Diganta Neogi Making Mark To Be The Next Promising Cricketer

Creating Winning Opportunity” is a tag line on which SSPF believes in. The best example to prove this tagline is the winning start of budding cricketer Diganta Neogi sporting journey. Diganta, the youngster who was the part of the winning team of BCCI Board Trophy (East Zone).

Neogi was just 15 years old IX class student when he participated in SSPF through his school Akshar School of North Kolkata, West Bengal. That was the first interaction between SSPF and Diganta and now in less than 2 years span Diganta has made his mark to prove the world that Cricket is not just his hobby but his passion.

He was just 6 years old when he first held a cricket bat in his hands. At the age of 14, he got the chance to play under- 14 Cricket Association of Bengal Ambar Roy Tournament. His team not only won the tournament but he was the Man of the Match of the final match with 103 runs and 3 wickets as well as Man of the Series. He was also the part of the Bengal U-15 side.

This was the time when SSPF came into his game. He represented his state in the SSPF National Cricket Tournament and selected for the National Camp. Here he got training under eminent cricketers and coaches like Surinder Khanna and Chetan Sharma. Remembering his camp days Diganta said- “We were given a lot of match practice which helped me in improving my temperament and resulted in me performing well in the Vijay Merchant Trophy for my state Bengal.”

In BCCI U- 16 Vijay Merchant Trophy his team reached the semi-finals. He was amongst the top 10 highest run getters of the tournament. He got selected for the Zonal Cricket Academy in Ranchi. He scored a century in the trial matches to be part of the East Zone team which was playing the BCCI Zonal Trophy in Hyderabad. We also ended up winning the tournament.

SSPF is really proud to have such a talent who took part in the initiative of SSPF to promote sports at the grassroots level.

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