New Delhi: Sonnet Cricket Club, which gave many heroes of Indian cricket, will no longer be seen in Sri Venkateswara College. This club has been stripped of its home. This ground of Delhi University was the home of Sonnet Club. But the management did not extend the agreement with the club and now this club has no place to practice. Team India’s star Rishabh Pant is very sad because Pant has also left this club.
Pant had a car accident on December 30 last year. After this Pant is away from cricket. He is currently recovering from injury in NCA. But when Pant got the news of his club being homeless, he was disappointed. This club is considered as Pant’s second home.
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Pant became sad
As soon as Pant got the news of snatching the field from Sonnet Club, this batsman reached in shock. Pant is deeply saddened by this and this sadness is reflected in his tweet. Pant tweeted on this matter and wrote that it is very sad for him to see the club in bad condition which has given the best cricketers to the country for years. Pant has written that this club has played an important role in making his career and that of many other players.
Club’s coach Tarak Sinha is honored with the Dronacharya Award. This club has given 12 international level cricketers to India. Even today this club is counted among the best clubs in Delhi and good cricketers are coming out from here who are doing well at the state and international level.
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The club was running for 22 years
Sonnet Club was running on this ground for the last 22 years, but now this club has no place. Devendra Sharma, a coach of Sonet, told The Indian Express that he paid the college fees on time and money was not a problem in this matter. He told that the new administration had given him a notice a month back. Sharma said that he tried to persuade the college management but he was not successful.