N. Srinivasan re-elected as TNCA president

At the helm in the TNCA since 2002, Srinivasan was not challenged on the floor of the house. In fact, there were no contests at the AGM and all the candidates of ruling group came through.

N. Srinivasan has been heading the TNCA since 2002.   -  B. Jothi Ramalingam

N. Srinivasan was re-elected unopposed as the president of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) during its Annual General Meeting (AGM) here on Saturday.

At the helm in the TNCA since 2002, Srinivasan was not challenged on the floor of the house. In fact, there were no contests at the AGM and all the candidates of ruling group came through.

Former international umpire K. Murali replaced U. Prabhakar Rao, who had expressed his desire to step down, as one the vice presidents (City). And G. Srinivasan, secretary Galaxy Sports Club, came in for S. Raghavan as a vice-president (City).

G. Bhaskaran took the place of Albert Muralidaran, who now has a franchise in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL), as a vice-president (Districts).

Kalpathi S. Aghoram was elected vice-president for the seventh year in succession. He owns two clubs in the TNCA senior division league, Young Stars and CromBest. Aghoram was a former left-handed opener for CromBest in the first division league.

TNPL chairman and head of BCCI’s legal panel, P. S. Raman, was re-elected one of the vice-presidents (City).

K.S. Viswanathan, R. I. Palani, S. Martin Raj and V. P. Narasimhan retained their jobs as secretary, joint secretary, assistant secretary and treasurer respectively.

In the lone change in the executive committee (City), C. R. Sridhar (City Central League) came in for K. Murali, who is now a vice-president.

P. B. Vijayaraghavan & Co. continue as auditors.