Madan Lal Cricket Academy managed by Match Craft Management Services

I Madan Lal join my academy staff & students to welcome you in exploring our website.

This is my endeavor to tell you about us, our academy’s features & facilities and also our past & present achievements.

Here you will find latest information our academy’s students and their achievements in various tournaments. My personal blog pages on topic dear to my heart CRICKET ! 

It will give us immense pleasure to hear from you and your comments, so come along and enjoy the drive, square or cover that’s up to you.




Timings: 7:30am to 10:30am
Venue: Siri Fort Sports Complex, Khel Gaon.
Out station students can call the following number and get their registration done.
M: 09711-665171


Tendulkar's Parliament Innings

My mind goes back a long way _ March 1989 to be precise.  It was his debut season in first-class cricket. Having started with a century in his first match (against Gujarat), Sachin Tendulkar was obviously the centre of attraction when Delhi played Bombay in the Ranji Trophy semifinal.  I was leading the side, we won, but it was this 16-year-old who mesmerised all of us with his awesome talent. He top scored for his team with a brilliant 78 and to me personally, a star was born that day. Tendulkar was special and I am happy I had not erred in judging him.

When I saw him take the oath as a Member of Parliament, my mind was flooded with some very fond memories of having spent time with him. That he is a phenomenon we all know. It is this new role in Rajya Sabha that fascinates me.

I am sure he must have thought and consulted his advisers before accepting the offer. He is a nominated member and fully understands his responsibilities. He knows he can contribute and it was evident from his media interaction after the oath. He made his approach known by saying that cricket was his priority.

I know he will strive for other sports too. He is a sportsman and I have known him well enough to understand how he will handle the new responsibility. He is right when he seeks the support of media and Parliamentarians. He will play cricket and once he retires he will contribute to Indian sport.Read more

Australian Coaches at MLCA Summer Camp

Australian Coach Bruce Adams has been appointed as the co-director by Madan Lal for the 2012 Madan Lal Cricket Academy Summer Camps, Bruce is a highly qualified Australian Cricket Board Coach. He has great experience not only in Australia but in England as well were he has coached and played. He is also the the owner of one of India's largest cricket academies which is based in Madhya Pradesh. Bruce Adams is also the president of one of Australia's largest cricket clubs where he looks after the coaching and development of more than 300 elite cricketers. He has also coached and developed cricketers from Delhi and other Indian States. Bruce Adams is respected as one of the worlds leading junior cricket coaches and his knowledge and experience will be a big incentive for all who are at this year summer camp.

Andrew Dawson is highly qualified coach from Australia. He is coach of the ACT  state team in Australia where he directs and develops all first class players in the state. Andrew is a level 3 qualified audtalian cricket board coach and he had coached and worked with many of the players in the Australian team.
Andrew Dawson has coached in India working at the Bruce Adams Cricket Academy.
Andrew is regarded as one of australias best cricket coaches

Blake Moore is regarded internationally as one of the best junior cricket coaches. His current role in Australia is to select junior cricketers and invite them to join the state team and elite development program. Blake is a highly skilled and qualified coach who has several years experience working with the Bruce Adams cricket academy. Blake has an outstanding record of success and we are delighted that he is joining us in this years summer camp.Read more

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