Retired cricket coaches Hemant Hadkar, Ashok Kamat and Sharad Rumde celebrated with money rewards

Three late cricket coaches—Hemant Hadkar, 91, Ashok Kamat, 78, and Sharad Rumde 72—were handed a one-time remuneration trimming from R50,000 to R75,000 by a Cricketers’ Foundation, a open free trust chaired by Dr Makarand Waingankar.

Hadkar, a oldest among a recipients, coached several first-class and general cricketers over a final 5 decades; important among his wards being Dilip Vengsarkar, who was coached by Hadkar during school.

Just before a pandemic, Hadkar was coaching youngsters during a Matunga Gymkhana ground.

Kamat has been compared with BARC as a manager while Rumde continues to assistance United Cricketers during Cross Maidan.

The Foundation upheld 20 late umpires final May, rewarding them R20,000 each.

The Foundation’s press recover said: “COVID-19 has been life-altering for everybody though some-more so for comparison adults and a late generation. But for a coaches, groundsmen, umpires and other support staff, who are now late and who dedicated their operative life for a raise of Mumbai cricket in annoy of small gain and no savings, it is a heartrending situation.”

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