Our best is yet to come: Subash

Chepauk Super Gillies batsman Gowjith Subash played three out of the four matches his team played in TNPL so far. A useful contributor with the bat, it was Subash’s run-out that opened the doors for Kovai Kings for a second time on Monday (Chepauk Super Gillies’ fourth league match).
Chepauk Super Gillies batsman Gowjith Subash
Chepauk Super Gillies batsman Gowjith Subash


A distraught Subash said it was complacency that cost the team their previous match against Kings. “We were all shattered in the dug-out. We felt very bad. We know that we have to learn from our mistakes and move on. And that’s exactly what we are focussing on now,” the all-rounder said on the sidelines of a practice session. 
Subash said the best of Chepauk Super Gillies is yet to come. “We have an excellent bunch of experience and youth in the team. We have players who have the capacity and the capability to single-handedly anchor a chase or a match. We haven’t played to our true potential yet. Our best will be out soon,” the 26-year-old said.
The right-handed batsman said being with the team is a steep learning curve. “We have one of the best coaches. Hemang bhai is very open and approachable as a coach. He is a positive person and the vibes spread in the team like wildfire. He analyses everything and there is a remedy for every issue. The best part is, he talks the right words at the right time. I should be privileged to work under him,” Subash said. 
Subash heaped praises on high-performance analyst Lakshmi Narayanan and said he is more than a friend in the team. “Lakshmi has truckloads of experience at the highest level, having been a part of CSK and Gujarat Lions. He is the best team man and is more than a support staff. His analysis is the best and we have a great knowledge sharing opportunity.”

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