Honor and privilege of serving the country again: Sunil Joshi

NEW DELHI: Head of the newly appointed selection committee Sunil Joshi on Thursday he said he had the opportunity to serve the Indians Cricket Again it was an honor and a privilege.

Joshi, 49, played 15 Tests and 69 ODI between 1996 and 2001, with 41 and 69 wickets respectively. He has trained state teams of UP and Jammu and Kashmir and was part of the support staff of Bangladesh until the 2019 World Cup.

I consider it an honor and a privilege to serve our beloved country again. I am grateful to the President of the CAC, Mr. Madan Lal Mr. R. Singh and Mrs. Sulakshana Naik for considering my candidacy, the former Indian spinner told PTI.

The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), composed of Lal, Singh and Naik, added Joshi and former Indian runner Harvinder Singh to the five-member selection panel on Wednesday. They were collected from the southern zone and the central zone, respectively.

The first assignment of the selection panel will be to choose the team for the local ODI series against South Africa starting March 12 in Dharamsala.