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Tendulkar and Middlesex Cricket join hands to launch academy

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Iconic Indian today announced an association with Middlesex to launch Middlesex Global Academy (TMGA).

The academy will provide young girls and boys between the age of nine and 14 an opportunity to learn from master blaster himself and Middlesex

TMGA, a joint venture between Management Ltd and Middlesex Cricket, will begin by launching its first camp at in Northwood from August 6-9 followed by other locations in and

Middlesex Cricket has produced players such as Andrew Strauss, Mike Gatting, Denis Compton, and

The comprehensive training curriculum has been developed by the professional coaches at MCCC and Tendulkar himself.

TMGA will also provide 100 percent scholarship to the talented underprivileged children.

I am delighted to be partnering with Middlesex Cricket on this new venture. The objective is not only to produce good cricketers but also good global citizens of the future. Through this association, Middlesex and I are focused on providing the very best in cricket education, as much as possible, for our students," said Tendulkar.

Richard Goatley, CEO, Middlesex Cricket said, It has been a great privilege over the past six months to work with Tendulkar and his team in developing what we believe will be the market leading coaching programme in the world.

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First Published: Wed, July 18 2018. 14:00 IST