Delhi and District Cricket Association umpire Sumit Bansal: Sumit Bansal, a member of the Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA). Died in a New Delhi hospital at the age of 46. Cricket Control Board in India (BCCI) referee Sumit Bansal died after suffering cardiac arrest on Sunday.
Sumit, who began his refereeing career in 2006. Was in a top-tier game and 19 A-List games over the years, including the Vijay Hazare 50over Trophy 2020-21.
“We are deeply saddened by the passing of Shri Sumit Bansal. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May the soul of Shri Sumit Bansal rest in peace. Our deepest, most heartfelt condolences are with the family,” DDCA tweeted.
“Sumit was marked for a match on October 4, but he couldn’t take part in it. As he was being discharged from the hospital that same day. But I spoke to him after that, when he was at home, and he was feeling better,” he added.
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