A B2 player (partially blind), he is a batsman - wicket keeper, giving his able captaincy to the present Indian Blind cricket team.
Manvendra Singh Patwal
Born: June 14, 1978
Manvendra is a graduate and has been working as a stenographer with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. He is also undergoing computer training from the National Association of Blind, New Delhi.
He represents the state of Delhi.
A B2 player (partially blind), he is a batsman-wicket keeper, giving his able captaincy to the present Indian Blind Cricket team.
His cricket journey has seen some wonderful blind cricketing events including the 1998 ‘Kanishka’ World Cup in Delhi and the 2002 ‘Petro’ World Cup in Chennai. He also captained India during the team’s tour to Pakistan in 2004 and in 2005, when Pakistan toured India.
So far, he has been the most successful captain of the Indian Blind Cricket team.
Contact details: Manvendra Singh
A-169, Moti Bagh
New Delhi 110021