Ranji Trophy defending champion Saurashtra plans to begin its coaching camp within the first week of November.
With Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly stating that the home season may begin from January 1 subsequent 12 months, the state items are gearing as much to get issues in place.
“For now, solely the gamers from Rajkot will attend the camp. We could have common testing for gamers and observe all the protocols advised by the Board in its SOP,” Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation chief, Jaydev Shah
He added that relying on how issues go within the camp – which is able to proceed for per week – the affiliation will take a name on its future. There was no cricketing exercise within the nation since March as a result of coronavirus pandemic. Rajkot had hosted the Ranji Trophy remaining between Saurashtra and Bengal earlier than the nation headed into the lockdown.
The affiliation performed common webinars and on-line periods through the lockdown to make sure the gamers had been in fine condition. Despite the fact that the affiliation took a ‘wait and watch’ coverage, the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara and Jaydev Unadkat began training of their particular person capacities in June.
Different state associations like Pondicherry, Sikkim, Bengal and Baroda have slowly begun resuming their coaching actions.