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PROFILE OF DILIP VENGSARKAR
 
 
Hon. Vice President
   
Name : Dilip Vengsarkar
Contact : 91 - 022 - 2279 5522
Email : dvengsarkar@mumbaicricket.com

 

   
Mr. Dilip Vengsarkar has been elected as the Vice President of Mumbai Cricket Association in the Biennial Election held on 17th June 2015.
   
He has served as Vice President for 4 terms represents Dadar Union C.C. on the Association.
   
Dilip Vengsarkar, a former Indian Captain, has played 116 Test matches and 130 One Day Internationals. He was a member of the 1983 World Cup winning Indian Team.
 
Dilip has brought laurels to the country with his batting exploits and he holds the record of scoring 3 consecutive centuries at Lords and MCC has honoured Dilip by naming a suite after him at Lords. According to Delloit rating, he was ranked the number one batsman in the world for a period of three years from 1986-1988.
 
 
He was recently honoured by BCCI with Lifetime Achievement Award, which is the highest cricket award in India.
 
 
He was honoured with the Life Membership by Melbourne Cricket Club, Australia.
   
 
He was honoured with Padmashree Award by the Govt. of India, Arjuna Award by Govt. of India and Shiv Chattrapati Award by Govt. of Maharashtra.
 
 
Dilip Vengsarkar after his retirement has taken upon himself the mantle of producing quality cricketers. He set up the DilipVengsarkar Cricket Academy at the OvalMaidan and at Mahul, Chembur where boys are given free cricket coaching round the year and it is one of the best centres in India. As many as seven current players from his Academy are representing Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy.
 
 
Dilip Vengsarkar is Ex-Chairman of National Selection Committee and totally committed to the cause of Cricket.
 
 
Dilip Vengsarkar has a mission to bring back the past glory of Mumbai Cricket.
 
 
His vast experience as a cricketer and administrator has helped MCA in a good stead and he is an asset to the Association. Dilip's mission is to provide top class facilities to cricketers and build a team that would bring back the glorious days of Mumbai Cricket.

 

 
 
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