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The Indian Sun person of the Year Nominee 2014
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Jay Mohan, the 35-year-old Secretary of the Wyndham Jags Cricket Club (WJCC), clearly never takes his eye off the ball. “My aim is to develop and promote multicultural, recreational and social activities among different groups and communities,” says Mohan, on his vision for Wyndham.
Born in India, and a graduate of management studies, after working four years in the UK, in 2007, Jay migrated to Australia.
Currently working for a leading logistics company in Melbourne, Jay is also an active member of a social community group in Wyndham (WMCG) and a founding member of the WJCC, one of the fastest growing cricket clubs in Australia. He was instrumental in starting a cricket tournament—Jags Premier League—to cater to the demand in Wyndham for affordable and accessible opportunities for different communities. He is also an active participant in organising breakfast club in schools around Wyndham.
He is now working on promoting the world’s biggest diverse community sports activity in Melbourne with the help of Wyndham city council and Cricket Victoria.
Jay lives in Wyndham with his wife Smitha and daughter Veda.
Published in The Indian Sun / The Indian Sun person of the Year Nominee 2014

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