BCCI to organise Vijay Hazare Trophy, women’s one-dayers and Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under 19, Season 2020-21

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BCCI to organise Vijay Hazare Trophy, women’s one-dayers and Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under 19, Season 2020-21

 

 

BCCI to organise Vijay Hazare Trophy

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has determined to host the Vijay Hazare Trophy this season. In a letter to the state associations late on Friday, the BCCI secretary Jay Shah confirmed that the Board will conduct three tournaments for now – Vijay Hazare Trophy

women’s one-dayers and Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under 19, Season 2020-21

the senior women‘s one-dayers and the U-19 Vinoo Mankad Trophy.The pandemic has tested everyone in all us and there’s no life that has to stay untouched by it, and whereas it has been troublesome, your help has meant that we have now been capable of resume each home and worldwide cricket within the males’ class,” Shah wrote within the letter,

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“As you’re conscious, we have now misplaced loads of time and consequently, it has been troublesome to plan the cricket calendar on account of the precautions which are essential for the protected conduct of the video games. However, it was extraordinarily essential for us to make sure that women cricket takes place, and I’m extraordinarily comfortable to tell you that we’re going to conduct the Senior Women‘s One-day event concurrently with the Vijay Hazare Trophy and observe it up with Vinoo Mankad Trophy Underneath 19. This has been determined after having acquired your suggestions on the home season 2020-21,” he wrote.

Whereas Shah said that the dates will probably be communicated to the associations shortly, there’s a risk that Vijay Hazare Trophy could possibly be held within the second or third week of February.

A few of the state associations – together with Bengal and Kerala – had already started training with the crimson ball, indicating {that a} curtailed Ranji Trophy could possibly be held. However, after in search of opinions from the associations, the Board determined to proceed with the one-dayers as many of the associations felt that it might be a logistical problem to host the Ranji Trophy.

The Cricket Association of Bengal began its camp on Friday with the red ball, beneath the supervision of VVS Laxman and Arun Lal. However, late on Friday, the cricketers had been knowledgeable that it might be a white ball camp from Saturday

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