Sports Desk. Every player has to face ups and downs during his career but to achieve success it is necessary for him to work hard continuously. Former Indian international shuttler Ajay Jairam advised the players to take advantage of the opportunity to prove themselves. Ajay was speaking while addressing the SJAN-Raisoni annual sports awards distribution ceremony of Sports Journalists Association of Nagpur (SJAN) at Chitnavis Center in Civil Lines, Nagpur on Saturday. During this, Global Education Director Aditya Bhandari, Baidyanath Director Siddhesh Sharma, Sports Organizer Deven Dasture were present.
Ajay said that young players should always try to capitalize on opportunities. He said that players should work hard continuously to remain at the top. In the ceremony, international archer Ojas Deotale, international cricketer Jitesh Sharma and international badminton player Ritika Thaker were honored from the senior group, while young international cricketer Sanyog Bhagwat and basketball player Samiksha Chandak were honored in the junior group. . Secretary of State Table Tennis Association Ed. Ashutosh Potnis was honored as sports organizer. St. Ursula High School and YCCE were awarded the best school and college respectively.
City’s young archer Ojas Deotale, who is world champion and won a hat-trick of gold medals in compound archery at the Hangzhou Asian Games 2023, accepted the award from his mother Archana and father Praveen Deotale. On this occasion, the people present at the program gave a standing ovation to Ojas’s parents. The program was conducted by Naresh Shelke and Dr. Ram Thakur.
Hard work increases self-confidence: International cricketer Jitesh Sharma’s presentation
Vidarbha senior men’s team wicket-keeper batsman Jitesh, who played T20 International cricket for the Indian team after creating a stir in the IPL, said that if you are willing to work hard and are doing it with dedication, then there is really nothing to stop you from moving forward. No one will be able to stop. This international cricketer, originally from Amravati, said that it does not matter where you come from or what you do in the field of sports. Players’ confidence increases only through hard work.