Used SS Batting Pads, RS Robinson Pro Edition Batting Gloves & White Track Pant | TGC Shashank Singh



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Goodwill Cricketer: Shashank Singh| Ranji & IPL Cricketer

Product Details :

This cricket batting pads, batting hand gloves and White Track Pant is donated by IPL Player Shashank Singh. The 28 yr old is currently a part of the Rajasthan Royals IPL Squad. Shashank has earlier also been part of the Delhi Daredevils squad. At domestic level, Shashank has played all formats representing Chhattisgarh, Mumbai Senior team and MCA XI. Shashank also plays top division club cricket in Mumbai representing DY Patil Team,

The product  is in great condition and can be continued for professional use. 

Brand Name: SS Batting Pads, RS Robinson PRO Edition Batting Gloves (Right Hand Batsman) & White Track Pant


Auction Beneficiaries: The auction beneficiary is 17 yr old women’s cricketer Niviya Ambre who practices at Pro King Sports Academy in Kanjurmarg. Niviya’s father is a coach but currently unemployed due to pandemic as the Kanjur Branch of the academy is closed since last 6 months. Niviya has played MCA Summer Camp (2019-20), has played major tournaments like Ajit Ghosh Memorial tournament (2019/20), All India Women’s Cricket Tournament in Pune and she is also a DSO Runner up 2019-20. Niviya who is a top order batsman and right arm off spinner currently represents her jhunjhunwala college team.


Auction Details:

Base / Reserve Price: Rs.1000/-

Bid Increase Amount: Rs.100/-

Auction End Date: 24th September, 2020 |

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