Majees Technical Services signs a partnership agreement with Oman Cricket
Muscat: Young people are the future of all sports and Oman Cricket (OC) strongly believes in preparing the country’s youth.
In an effort to provide a solid foundation, Oman Cricket has brought in an energetic partner, Majees Technical Services (MTS).
Oman is set to host the prestigious ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup (CWC) Division 2-Asia from September 29 to October 7 and the partnership agreement between OC and MTS is a perfect boost for the National team.
Speaking at the signing ceremony held at OC Headquarters on Thursday, Ishrath Habibulla, Managing Director of MTS said, “It is a great pride to join the Oman Cricket family. We are a young company and have been in service for 15 years. So our goal is to partner with a similar age group. The development of U19 cricket fits perfectly with our ambitions and we are happy to join the adventure with Oman Cricket.
Habibulla, who himself was an active cricketer in the national league during his youth, said “Oman Cricket’s remarkable growth has made all cricket fans proud”. “We also fielded a team in the Oman cricket premier division last season and had a decent outing. Our love for the game is now further enhanced by our association with U19 cricket,” he said.
Senior MTS official says ‘traveling with Oman Cricket’ and supporting youngsters [U19] is the way forward for his business.
Oman Cricket President, HE Pankaj Khimji called the partnership a “positive development for youth cricket”.
After signing the agreement in the presence of OC Board Treasurer Alkesh Joshi, OC Board Member Kiran Asher and OC Development Director Duleep Mendis, HE Khimji said, “ U19 cricket is a very important step in the development of the game and for the future. of our national team. We have witnessed the talent of our U19 players who have become stars of our national team. Figures like Jatinder Singh, Aqib Ilyas, Sufiyan Mahmood and Wasim Ali have proven themselves.
“The support we will get for the Majees U19 team will help us develop more players in the future. We thank them for their partnership as our boys prepare for the ICC U19 Men’s CWC-Division 2 tournament in Oman more later this month.
HE Khimji said: “The rise of Oman cricket on the world stage is evident and in the language of cricket we are now a recognized product. world ICC Men’s T20 last year and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier earlier this year. The success of our national team at international level has made companies aware of the importance of supporting the game. We hope to give our partners the value of investing with us.
On that occasion, Mendis said, “The U19 team acts as a feeder for the national team. Securing a partner for the young team is an encouraging development that will go a long way in boosting the structure of youth cricket in the country.