Silence is Golden for India’s mute warriors

Liecester: The Indian Deaf Cricket Team defeated England in the bilateral series at the County Ground in Leicester, a spectacular exhibition of talent and perseverance that demonstrated their strength and tenacity on the global scene. The England and Wales Cricket Board invited and hosted the Indian squad.


The squad was thrilled to have this special chance to play at five different cricket venues and show their mettle on each occasion. The ECB was the ideal host. The victory of the Indian Deaf Cricket Team against England in the bilateral series is cause for joy for the whole country, as it represents yet another significant turning point in the history of Indian cricket. Their accomplishments continue to encourage and motivate others, and they surely set the standard for future deaf cricket players to aspire high and dream big.

Details of the match:

Sai Akash received the honor of Man of the Series, while Abhishek Singh was named Man of the Match. Virender Singh, the captain, claimed the most wickets.

“The victory in this bilateral series against England is not just a win on the field but a testament to the perseverance and skill of our hearing-impaired players,” remarked IDCA President Sumit Jain in remarks about this enormous accomplishment for India. It is a major turning point for deaf cricket in India, proving that we can compete and thrive at the top levels of the game. We are overjoyed to see the fruits of our team’s perseverance and hard work, and we eagerly anticipate carrying on with our deaf cricket path of greatness.

He expressed gratitude to all of the team members’ effort and commitment, as well as the steadfast support of supporters and stakeholders.

This series victory highlights the deaf cricket community’s increasing skill and potential, in addition to reiterating India’s supremacy in the sport. It demonstrates how ability and drive can transcend any obstacle and is a monument to the inclusion and variety of sports in India.

“I am delighted by India’s historic triumph against England in the bilateral series,” said Ms. Roma Balwani, CEO of IDCA. This triumph highlights our team’s tenacity and dedication to cricket greatness. I take great delight in demonstrating how sports can bring people together and encourage them while also showing the amazing potential in our nation. We’re happy with our players’ commitment, and this victory is especially noteworthy since the squad had to play in a new setting and prevailed thanks to the invaluable coaching and leadership of captain Virender Singh. The squad was thrilled to have the ECB as its hosts in England. We are appreciative of the following assistance providers: Kaizzen, Impact Measurement, Hero MotoCorp Ltd., APL Apollo Tubes Ltd., Serum Institute of India, and KFC India.


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