Sharad Pawar re-elected as President of Mumbai Cricket Association
Former Indian cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar along with Ashish Shelar was elected as Vice-President of the MCA.
Veteran leader of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Sharad Pawar was on 17 June 2015 re-elected as the President of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA).
In the biennial polls held for the post, Pawar defeated Vijay Patil by 34 votes to retain the president's post.
Former Indian cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar along with Ashish Shelar was elected as Vice-President of the MCA. He defeated Pratap Sarnaik who got 124 votes compared to 195 seats secured by Vengsarkar.
Nitin Dalal was elected as Treasurer who defeated Mayank Khandwala for the post.
The polls saw the Pawar-Mahaddalkar panel winning 15 of the 17 managing committee posts whereas Patil's Cricket First panel, which was formed in 2013, suffered as severe blow by winning just two seats.
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