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Indian Cricketers Association

Indian Cricketers Association is the Official association for ex-cricketers in India.

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Our Objectives

The Objectives of ICA are:

Former Cricketers

Conserving, promoting and advancing the welfare and interests of its members consisting of former cricketers.

Work with BCCI

Negotiating with the BCCI for securing the best commercial and other terms for cricketers including welfare measures and similar benefits for both current and former cricketers.

Promote

Promote the interests and activities of former cricketers in their post active playing life.

About Us

The Indian Cricketers Association is a non-profit company incorporated on July 5, 2019, recognized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India as the official association for ex-cricketers in India.

  • Only formally recognised former Indian players' association in India.
  • Association for both men and women former players.

Lodha Committee

Formed in accordance with the recommendations of the Lodha Committee.

Membership

Membership is now Open

Documents

MoA, AoA, BCCI Recognition, Certification of Incorporation

MoA

Memorandum of Association

AoA

Articles of Association

CoI

Certification of Incorporation

BCCI

BCCI Recognition

ICA in News

News Clippings from various media sources

Antique & Rarities

Signatures of Teams, etcc.

Member State Associations Of BCCI

( Press at the appropriate abbreviations to access their websites. )

ACA , HCA ArCA AsCA BiCA CSCS GoCA GCA , SCA , BCA HaCA HPCA JKCA JSCA KSCA KCA MPCA MHCA , VCA , MCA MNCA MeCA CAM NCA OCA PCA RCA SICA TNCA, CAP TCA UPCA CAU CAB DDCA CAP CAB DDCA GCA BCA KSCA TNCA MCA , MHCA, VCA HCA ACA KCA OCA CSCS MPCA JSCA BiCA UPCA HaCA RCA PCA HPCA CAU JKCA SiCA AsCA ArCA NCA MeCA TCA CAM MNCA GoCA SCA CAP

Latest

Latest News, Announcements and Articles

Beneficiaries

List of benefeciaries to help needy retired cricketers and widows was announced.

Beneficiaries II

List of benefeciaries to help needy retired cricketers and widows was announced.

Welfare Schemes

Welfare Schemes of BCCI for Retired First Class and International Cricketers of India.

ICA Board Meeting

MAJOR DISCUSSIONS/DECISIONS in ICA Board meeting on 31/07/2020.

Appointments

We welcome Mr Satish Viswanathan as General Manager and Ms Ankita Das as Manager.




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Board of Directors

The initial ICA Board of Directors consists of five directors

Mr Ashok Malhotra

President and Director


A former Indian cricketer, who played for India in the 80s, Malhotra was part of the 1985 World Championship (in Australia) winning Indian team. Malhotra, who later became a national selector, had a long and illustrious first career with Haryana and Bengal.

Mr Hitesh Majmudar

Secretary and Director


A former first class cricketer, Majmudar, who played for Gujarat for 11 long years, is now heavily into coaching. He was part of the Gujarat team’s coaching staff when they won the prestigious Ranji Trophy, Vijay Hazare Trophy as also Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy.

Mr V Krishnaswamy

Treasurer and Director


A first class cricketer-turned successful banker, Krishnaswamy turned out for Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy. Part of the local reserves for the Indian team in 1979, Krishnaswamy rose to be the General Manager at Indian Overseas Bank and later President and COO of Karur Vyasa Bank.

Mr Yajurvindra Singh Bilkha

Director

Member Representative (Male) , Director


Former Indian cricketer, who holds the record for most number of catches in a single Test, Singh, aka Sunny, who captained Maharashtra and Saurashtra in the Ranji Trophy, later took the corporate world by storm, holding top executive positions in Mahindra and Tata companies. A regular contributor to leading publications, Singh set up Wisden in India.

Mrs Rajesh Nayyar

Director

Member Representative (Female) , Director


Nayyar played for Delhi and North Zone between 1973 and 1993 and was a member of the Indian team during the Australian women’s team tour to India in 1974-75. Nayyar, who later took to coaching the Indian team, was also a member of the Indian women’s team on their first official tour to New Zealand and Australia in 1975-76.

ICA Representatives in BCCI and IPL

Mr Aunshuman Gaekwad

Representative

BCCI Apex Council Representative (Male)


A man with many cricketing hats, Gaekwad, played for India between 1974 and 1987 before serving as national selector for four years. Gaekwad, a BCCI Lifetime Achievement Award winner in 2019, also coached the Indian junior and senior teams. He was part of the Indian World Cup teams in 1975 and 1979 besides leading Baroda for 18 years in his 24-year-long First Class career.

Ms Shantha Rangaswamy

Representative

BCCI Apex Council Representative (Female)


Having led the Indian women’s team from 1976 to 1985, Rangaswamy and her then teammates held women’s cricket together in its early days. The former Karnataka stalwart headed the national selection committee twice before becoming a member of the BCCI’s Cricket Advisory Committee.

Mr Surinder Khanna

Representative

IPL Governing Council Representative


Having made his India debut in the 1979 World Cup in England, Khanna was named Man of the Series for his exploits in the 1984 Asia Cup in Sharjah. The former Delhi stalwart’s First Class career stretched from 1976 to 1988.

Contact

INDIAN CRICKETERS' ASSOCIATION

Location:

CIN : U92419MH2019NPL327653

Registered Office : Office no 102, A wing, 1st floor, Datta Gurukrupa Co operative Society Ltd, N.C. KELKAR ROAD, DADAR W,
Mumbai City, Maharashtra, India, 400028

Administrative Office : 64/6, 1st Floor, Shankarmutt Road, Shankarapuram, Bangalore 560004. Ph: +91 80 40952309.

Email:

office@indiancricketersassociation.com

membership@indiancricketersassociation.com

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