Kerala gets due representation in BCCI

Chennai: Kerala gets strong representation at the BCCI as six persons from the state will become members of various committees in  the apex body of cricket in India. It's for the first time that so many persons from Kerala are finding a place in the BCCI.

T C Mathew, the president of Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) has been appointed as the chairman of National Cricket Academy. Apart from that he has also been selected as a member of IPL governing council. 

KCA Joint Secretary, Jayesh George is now in the anti-corruption committee and the secretary T N Ananthanarayanan has been elected to the junior cricket board member. While KCA vice president, Harikrishnan has been selected as a senior cricket board member, KCA Treasurer, Harikrishnan is in the marketing committee. Meanwhile K Jayaram will continue as junior selector.

The new appointments has come in the wake of election in the BCCI which has witnessed N Sreenivasan emerging BCCI president uncontested. However, he won't be able to discharge his duty in that position due to existing Supreme Court order.

Mathew told the media that they will sure work to free Sreenath from the case.

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