Full Name: Mohammad Rafi

Born: January 2, 1975

Current Age: 39

Major Teams: Birgunj Cricket Academy

Nickname: Mohammad Rafi

Major Role: Umpiring

Batting Style: Right Hand Bat

Bowling Style: Right Arm Off-Break

Education: Mohan Lal Sukhadia University

Experience: 5 Years of National and International Umpiring

 

 

Profile:

Mohammad Rafi , a national as well as international umpire is working and enjoying his work. He has gained 5 years of experience for umpiring at both the national as well as international levels. Here’s a list of his work profile from the year 2008 to 2013.

  1. 3rd INTERNATIONAL CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP ‐ 2008

(Indian/Bhutan/Nepal)
Organized by: Tiger Sports Club P.C.A BHUTAN

  1. INTERNATIONAL MEN AND WOMEN

Cricket championship 2009 Nepal/India)
Organized by: Birgunj Cricket Academy, Nepal, (Regd No.171)

  1. INDO NEPAL CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP ‐ 2010

Venue: Narayani Darsh Nagar Sports Stadium, Birgunj (Nepal)

  1. MARTYR TEJ BAHADUR AMATYA INTERNATIONAL CRICKET TOURNAMENT 2010

Date: 12TH TO 15TH February 2010

  1. BIRGUNJ CRICKET ACADEMY (REGD NO 171)

Aarsh Nagar Birgunj ‐ 13 Nepal (Fixed Umpire)

  1. 2ND INDIA GOLD CUP ‐ 2011

All India T20 Cricket Championship
Regd By : Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Govt India.

  1. NAYARANGUNJ DISTRICT SPORTS ASSOCIATION

Osmani Poura Stadium Isdair Narangunj, Bangladesh
Date: 15th January to 18th January 2012

Global Cricket Community congratulates him work for his work both at national as well as international level. 

About Sulakshan Kulkarni

Sulakshan Kashinath Kulkarni was born on 15th January, 1967. Apart from his academics, Sulakshan Kulkarni had keen interest in Cricket as well. Like every Indian boy, even he had this dream of playing for India one day. As he grew older, his performance and his dedication brought him very close to his dream. He started playing Cricket for his school team. His excellent performance paved his way towards success. His class and temperament gave his talent an actual boost and right from there, he never stopped. Sulakshan Kulkarni went on and on, to achieve whatever came his way. His only mantra of success was “Grab opportunities and act to achieve it." Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Mumbai, Railways and Vidharbha were the major teams Sulakshan Kulkarni played for. Today, that young boy has grown 47 years old and has bagged triple the achievements and rewards against his name. 

Achievements as a Coach

Sulakshan Kulkarni as a coach has various other records to his name. His journey of being a coach started way back in 2001 through his " Sulakshan Kulkarni Cricket Academy." Let us take a glimpse at his other successful stories.

1. Sulakshan Kulkarni is a Level II coach of National Cricket Academy - BCCI Bangalore) - April 2005.
2. In 2001, Sulakshan Kulkarni Cricket Academy produced several state, national and International Cricketers.
3. Under his guidance, Mumbai Under-19 team won 3 BCCI Tournaments from 2004 to 2008.
4. He coached Mumbai's Indian Oil Corporate Cricket Team from 2003 till 2009 where five International players such as Zaheer Khan, Wasim Jaffer, Rohit  Sharma, Chateshwar Pujara and Iqbal Siddiquie were a part of it.
5. Sulakshan Kulkarni guided many other teams to win All India Tournaments.  

 

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