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Dr Samir Pathak graduated from Liverpool Medical School with honours in 2006.
He is now a Specialist Registrar in Surgery training in Liver and Pancreas Surgery in Bristol, having previously trained in Liverpool and Leeds.
His main areas of interest, where he has published several significant papers, are that of advanced liver tumours.
Other than medicine, Dr Pathak is also an accomplished sportsman having represented England Universities in 2004 and captained Liverpool University between 2003-2005.
He was a wicket-keeper batsman and has recently also become a playing member of the prestigious Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
It was his interest in cricket that led to the foundation of Cricket Beyond Boundaries in 2011. To date 13 young cricketers have benefitted from the scheme, some of whom are from very poor backgrounds.
The second last league match of the Tamil Nadu Premier League 2019 will be played between TUTI Patriots and Chepauk Super Gillies....
Over the last few weeks, Wells Cathedral School (Somerset, UK) have welcomed and hosted 16-year-old Sahil Jadhav.
Rupesh Borade comes from a very humble background. Aged just 6, he lost his parents, and subsequently was placed in Chembur Children’s Home in Mumbai with his brother ...
Prithvi Shaw has now become a household name after leading India to the U-19 World Cup Title, following in the illustrious footsteps of Virat Kohli. Following an excellent first class season for Mumbai where he scored five centuries, he has led the U-19s from the front excelling throughout the tournament in New Zealand.
Ben Mason, Director of Sport at Durham School, describes how working with Cricket Beyond Boundaries to host young orphaned Indian cricketers as an overwhelmingly positive experience, adding that he feels he and the school are in it for the long haul.
Back in 2011, Cheadle Hulme School's John Wilson watched India go down to a heavy defeat against England, and from there began the first conversations that would go on to launch Cricket Beyond Boundaries.
A selection of images from Cricket Beyond Boundaries fund-raising events, matches and of the people who make it all happen as well as those who have benefited.
During the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first official visit to India, they attended a cricket match on 10th April at the famous Oval Maidan in Mumbai, where thousands of young children meet to play cricket every day.