Saturday, December 2

Delhi’s Nitish Rana seeks NOC to play from other state

Former Delhi captain Nitish Rana and Dhruv Shorey have expressed their desire to play for another state, leading them to seek a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Delhi Association. Rajan Manchanda, the Secretary of the Delhi Association, confirmed this development, stating that both players have indeed requested NOCs to play for a state other than Delhi.
This decision comes after Delhi’s failure to qualify for the knockouts of the Ranji Trophy last season, despite Dhruv Shorey’s impressive performance of scoring 859 runs in the tournament. It appears that both players are seeking new opportunities and a fresh start in their cricketing careers.
Obtaining an NOC is a necessary step for players who wish to switch their state associations and represent a different team. It allows them to be eligible for selection by another state’s cricket association.

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