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Jamshedpur, Oct 30: Pratik Bhakat, the promising state cricketer residing in Sonari took to cricket like duck to water and soon showed promise of a bright star on the horizon, despite the hard times arising out of the death of his father Dr Dr Prabir Bhakat two years ago. But he received vital support from his mother Bina Bhakat who is a high official in the insurance sector, his Tagore Academy School Principal M Majumdar and his Jamshedpur Cricket Academy coaches Venkatram and Dipak Kumar and today his bat has started to talk.
Pratik Bhakat has just returned after participating in the U-19 one day tourney and after an impressive outing is expected to be selected for the upcoming U-19 test series to be played at various centres of the country from November 22.
Pratik puts in daily sessions of three to four hours at the JCA in Kadma and his coaches are pleased with the way this class XII student of Tagore Academy School is progressing. He has already proved his mettle in the district tourney.