February 7, 2019, Nagpur: Rajasthan Royals have concluded their final training camp with the senior team of Colts undertaking their high-performance training in Institute of Sport in Nagpur. The aim of the camp was to provide the selected players with an opportunity to enhance their skills, in order to create a mark for themselves in the cricketing world.
The high-performance training camp which was held for the U-19 boys included net practice sessions conducted by spin bowling coach of Rajasthan Royals- Sairaj Bahutule. Furthermore, a video analysis by BCCI analyst, Gurpreet Singh helped the coaching team understand the strengths and weaknesses of each participant and work on them accordingly.
In addition, Vikram, Surinder, Ali, Sumeet Meshram (physio BCCI level1) and Dr. Neeta Adhau (psychologist) ensured all-round development of the players. John Gloster, our very own Rajasthan Royals’ physiotherapist, provided guidance to the freshmen regarding their nutrition, fitness, mental health and injuries.
Rashik Gurjar was the team manager throughout the whole camp.
The selected 69 candidates were divided into three batches which included training and development over a period of three months. The first camp of Royal Colts and Royal Sparks was conducted in November, followed by the second one in December and the final batch underwent the 5 day training programme in Nagpur that concluded yesterday.
Following this training, the players have had regular mentoring sessions from their Team Managers and will get an opportunity to compete with junior teams in India and from around the world going forward.
“We have witnessed a great bunch of talent here in this camp who are enthusiastic and eager to learn. Throughout this process, we have been able to identify players that have huge potential. Through a little guidance, training and coaching from our side, these young players can hone their skills and become the future of cricket,” said Sairaj Bahutule, spin bowling coach, Rajasthan Royals.