The partnership of Total Oil with Vengsarkar Cricket Academy is moulding the future of Indian cricket

A game that gives you an adrenaline rush, you may even experience a sudden loss of breath with your entire focus on the umpire’s hand as you pray it should only go up when the Indian batsman hits a six! India’s obsession with the game of cricket cannot be summed up in few lines.

Cricket is one game that is credited for bringing people together. It does not matter what your caste or religion is, everybody speaks just one language i.e Cricket. We enjoy, laugh, scream and rejoice every time Virat Kohli hits a boundary. Needless to say, the game is an inspiration for millions of youngsters who aspire to be the future Tendulkars and Dhonis representing India on the international milieu.

It’s said ‘Success is where preparation and opportunity meets’. Truly so, helping a number of young cricketers accomplish their dreams, is the Total Vengsarkar Academy. The Chairman and Managing Director of Total Oil(South Asia) believes that there is no substitute for hard work and given the right direction, the youngsters can well achieve their goals.

Total India joined hands with Dilip Vengsarkar Cricket Academy to mentor young aspiring cricketers from around the country and make them ready to take on as future leaders of cricket representing India at the global platform.

The video below features the top minds of the academy in conversation with Firstpost. Check it out.

This is a partnered post.


Updated Date: Jun 15, 2017 13:00 PM

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