Karnataka Institute Of Cricket (KIOC) started operation in its new cricket coaching campus at Ulsoor, Bangalore. The new academy inaugurated with many cricket celebrities and KIOC students.  KIOC is one of the best cricket coaching academies in Bangalore. They recently increased their facilities as a part enhance their strength and quality in cricket training. KIOC is the only cricket institution that operates throughout a year.

KIOC New Cricket Coaching Facility

Mithali Raj inaugurated the event in the presence of  Veda Krishnamurthy, Robin Uthappa, C.M. Gautam, Nooshin Al Khadeer, Karuna Jain, and V.R. Vanitha and other dignitaries. Karnataka State Cricket Association assistant secretary (Cricket) Santosh Menon was also present in the event.

KIOC new world class cricket training campus inauguration

Mithali Raj remarked about the positiveness and professionalism wich KIOC maintains. And she promised that she would visit to enjoy the world-class cricket coaching in the future.

Irfan Sait, who is the head coach and director of KIOC, shared his old cricket memories with his brother. He came along with his mother and wife.

Robin Uthappa addressed the young cricketers in the academy. Robin Uthappa advised,  believe in yourself, work hard, and don’t ever get discouraged by people who doubt your ambitions.

Veda Krishnamurthy started her professional cricket career from KIOC. KIOC was not this much green when she began playing cricket in KIOC. She thanked Irfan Sait for being there for her when she needed him most. Irfan’s support is one of the factors that made her career a successful one.

KIOC new facility includes bowling machines, indoor nets, outdoor nets, PitchVision Video Analysis System, a hostel for out-station trainees, daily yoga, Physiotherapy and psychology classes, dedicated coaches and many other international standard facilities.

KIOC focus on cricketers at their very young age. Cricket coaching for kids is the prior importance in the academy. They focus on cricketers very young age to find talents and nurture to make them the best cricketers.







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