Mumbai, June 13 -- The Dilip Vengsarkar Foundation has selected Don Bosco student Sahil Jadhav to spend two months at the Cheadle Hume School in Manchester, UK to study as well as play cricket. The foundation sends two cricketers every year who are hosted by an English family, and the cost is looked after by Cricket Beyond Boundaries (CBB) trust, managed by Dr Samir Pathak who is a liver transplant surgeon.

Sahil has been a part of the Dilip Vengsarkar Academy at the Oval Maidan since he was eightyears old, and travels with his grandmother everyday from Badlapur to Churchgate. He shone in last year's Giles Shield final scoring an unbeaten 150 against Rizvi Springfield at the Wankhede Stadium. In the past, players such as Prithvi Shaw and S...