Articles tagged under: GCA

Motera Cricket stadium gets Fire NOC, BU permission and Structural Safety certificate

February 19, 2020
Motera Cricket stadium gets Fire NOC, BU permission and Structural Safety certificate

Ahmedabad: The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has today given building use (BU) permission and structural safety certificate to reconstructed Motera cricket stadium in the city after considering various parameters related to structural stability, fire safety and steps taken for water harvesting. Earlier AMC's Fire & Emergency Services department had given fire No Objection Certificate (NOC) to Motera stadium. According to Commissioner of AMC Shri Vijay Nehra, 'before granting the cert...Read More

Dhanraj Nathwani becomes new Vice President of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA)

September 28, 2019
Dhanraj Nathwani becomes new Vice President of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA)

Ahmedabad: Dhanraj Nathwani was today elected as new Vice President of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) in Annual General Meeting held here. Dhanraj Nathwani is Vice Chairman of Dwarka Devasthan Samiti (Dwarka Temple Board), and President of Gujarat State Football Association. He is also a member of GEER foundation and State Wildlife Board. Number of dignitaries flooded twitter with congratulatory messages to Dhanraj Nathwani. Greetings to @DhanrajNathwani ji on being appointed as the ...Read More

Dhoni and Kapil Dev to be in Surat next week

March 23, 2018
Dhoni and Kapil Dev to be in Surat next week

Surat: Cricketer Mahendrasinh Dhoni will be in Surat to attend the final match of Community T20 cricket tournament in Surat on March 25. On March 27, cricketer Kapil Dave will be in Surat to inaugurate the Surat Premier League cricket tournament at Lalbhai Contractor cricket stadium. The tournament will be held between March 27 and April 7. It is organized by Surat District Cricket Association with the help of Gujarat Cricket Association. Cricketers like Parthiv Patel, Jasprit Bumrah etc will ...Read More

GCA felicitates Ranji Trophy 2016-17 Champion Team of Gujarat with Rs 3 crore cheque

September 26, 2017
GCA felicitates Ranji Trophy 2016-17 Champion Team of Gujarat with Rs 3 crore cheque

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Cricket Association(GCA)'s Ranji team led by Parthiv Patel successfully had reached final after 82 years by defeating 41-time champion Mumbai team recently. To felicitate the victorious team, a function under the guidance of GCA President Amit Shah was held today, in which Vice President Parimal Nathwani and other GCA office bearers and Executive Committee members honored the victorious team. Gujarat Ranji team had reached final match of Ranji Trauphy Tournament f...Read More

GCA information on the tips of your fingers!

March 31, 2017
GCA information on the tips of your fingers!

Ahmedabad: Today, Shri Parimal Nathwani, vice president if Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) and Shri Jay Shah, Joint Secretary of GCA launched the website of GCA. Now, all the information and news about the cricket and the cricketers of GCA is just a click away. GCA treasurer Shri Bharat Zaveri and GCA joint secretary Shri Bharat Dudhia also remained present on this occasion. The website, www.gujaratcricketassociation.com, contains all the information in historic and contemporary perspectives. ...Read More

Grand Felicitation of Gujarat’s Ranji Team by GCA Shortly: Nathwani

January 16, 2017
Grand Felicitation of Gujarat’s Ranji Team by GCA Shortly: Nathwani

Ahmedabad: A grand celebration and felicitation of members of Gujarat’s Ranji Trophy Champion team is being planned by the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA). Mr. Parimal Nathwani, the Vice President of GCA informed this through a press- communique issued in this connection. The Gujarat team, under captaincy of Mr. Parthiv Patel, won the trophy for the first time in 83 years by defeating 41 times Ranji Champion Mumbai team. Mr. Nathwani said that the champion team at present is engaged in p...Read More

3 top office bearers of GCA including CEO cum Treasurer Dheeraj Jogani resign

January 16, 2017

Ahmedabad: Three top office bearers of the Gujarat Cricket Association including its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) cum treasurer Dheerajbhai Jogani today resigned from their posts in the wake of the recent acceptance of Lodha Committee's recommendations by the Supreme Court. Apart from Jogani, Vice President Kanhaiya Lal Contractor and Secretary Rajesh Patel also resigned from their respective posts citing the restrictions of maximum 9 years for holding offices in a cricket body. ...Read More

Construction work for world’s largest cricket stadium begins at Ahmedabad

January 16, 2017
Construction work for world’s largest cricket stadium begins at Ahmedabad

Correspondent, Ahmedabad: The construction work for the world's largest cricket stadium with a spectator capacity of 1.10 lakh being built by the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) in place of the demolished old stadium in Motera here started today with foundation stone laying by GCA Vice President Parimal Nathwani and Joint Secretary Jay Shah. Currently Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) of Australia with spectator capacity of around one lakh is the biggest one in the world in this regard. ...Read More

GCA declares Rs. 3 crore for Ranji team in addition to Rs. 2 Crore as prize money from BCCI

January 15, 2017
GCA declares Rs. 3 crore for Ranji team in addition to Rs. 2 Crore as prize money from BCCI

Ahmedabad: In a historic moments yesterday at Indore, the Gujarat Ranji Cricket team under Captaincy of Parthiv Patel won the prestigious Ranji Trophy. Gujarat snatched the trophy from Mumbai by defeating it by five wickets. President of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) Shri Amit Shah congratulated the winning team for their historic achievement. Mr. Parimal Nathwani, the Vice President of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) and Shri Jay Shah, Joint Secretary, made special trips to Indore two...Read More

Changes not likely in GCA body due to Supreme Court order: Nathwani

January 05, 2017
Changes not likely in GCA body due to Supreme Court order: Nathwani

Ahmedabad: The recent order by Supreme Court is not likely to affect the positions of any of present office bearers at Gujarat Cricket Association(GCA) at this juncture, said Parimal Nathwani, Vice President of GCA in talk with a news channel here today. "I understand, none of me or Amitbhai(the president of GCA) is going to be affected by Supreme Court order. None of us is 70 or above and we are not ministers or bureaucrats as Shri Shah is MLA and I am Rajya Sabha MP. Our 9-year tenure is n...Read More

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