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Moksh Murgai is a professional state level athlete with many runs scored in the Domestic circuit.

Right handed batsman Moksh Murgai from Delhi shines with his performance.
Cricket is a game which unites many people with diverse cultures and beliefs. This is what is called as the passion which people have across the globe towards this game. India is a worshipper of this game with many young talents. Moksh Murgai a 20 years old young champ has that talent in him to showcase. Born and brought up in Delhi, he is a professional state level athlete with many runs scored in the Domestic circuit. Moksh has also played nationals in various categories like under-14, under-16 and under-19 senior nationals. Moksh being a batsman is also an off-spinner bowler too. Murgai started his gaming career from the age of 7 years when he was watching MS Dhoni Sir hitting sixes.

Moksh Murgai the rising star has been playing some good cricket.

He completed his education from DLDAV School, Pitampura and now is an undergraduate of Delhi University. He has achieved a lot from his game in only 13 years of journey. Moksh started carrying out in the local Delhi tournaments and till now has scored 50 plus half centuries and more than 30 centuries. Moksh has played at zonal and inter-zonal level (District)too . When talking about his achievements, he was recently appointed as the Sports President of DUSU for 2019-2020 and also is the captain of his cricket college team. In 2018-19 DDCA League Moksh scored 850+ runs and took 20 wickets in his name.

Moksh Murgai a 20 years old young champ has that talent in him to showcase.

In the last season of tournaments only scored more than 1200 runs. And not forgetting, when Moksh represented India in a tournament in Lucknow in 2018. Young one has also graced with his presence in Railways Ranji trophy & under 23 camp too. A lot of hard work and willpower Moksh has shown towards his game is respectable and by each passing day he is making his name in the world of cricket. Witch such fierce competition it is difficult to make a mark but still he is continuously proving himself. And by all this he has also bagged a sponsorship from SH Sports for 2019-2020.

Moksh being a batsman is also an off-spinner bowler.

Moksh sweats it daily about 4-5 hours for his game to make it sturdier. Tough practice sessions whether it is cold or hot he doesn’t let it go in vain. Following a strict diet plan and not cheating on his meals Moksh upholds his aptness and routine. Despite a back injury, his consistent diligence never allows him to give up on his goal and work more hard to achieve it. This young lad is much appreciable to his family and coaches who have supported him in all the ups and downs through his 13 years of voyage.

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Moksh also said that Cricket has made him both mentally and physically tough. His life matra is, “ Do it with passion or not at all”.


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