Shillong: Meghalaya Cricket Association elected its new office bearers who will serve a three year term. The newly elected are: Danny Ch Marak (President), Dipul R Ryntathiang (Vice-President), Gideon Kharkongor (Honorary Secretary), Chiang D Shira (Joint Secretary), Dhrubajyoti Thakuria (Honorary Treasurer) and Arwotki Sumer (Councillor)
Danny Ch Marak took over from Chief Minister Conrad Sangma as president while Gideon Kharkongor from Naba Bhattacharjee as new Honorary Secretary.
It may be recalled that it was only till last year that Meghalaya attained member status in the BCCI after meeting all the requirements of the Lodha Committee, who takes over Four other members were elected and two players will be appointed to the committee, with a further member appointed by the accountant general.
Meghalaya is one of the first six states to register its constitution and meet Lodha Committee requirements, Bhattacharjee said at a press conference here today. It wouldn’t have been without the hard work of the pioneering outgoing office bearers. This is why the newly elected president Danny Ch Marak said, “the new committee has to keep up the good work for the betterment of cricket in the state” who is joined by the new Honorary Secretary Gideon Kharkongor who said, the new office has “ a lot of expectations to meet.
With this selection of new office bearers Cricket will go to higher heights in the state in terms of infrastructure as well as Cricket sportsmanship.