Mumbai, BCCI (Cricket Board of India) President Sourav Ganguly assured the state cricket associations that the board will do all the pieces to renew the home season as soon as the circumstances arising out of the outbreak of Kovid-19 come underneath management. The rising instances of Kovid-19 throughout the nation compelled the BCCI to postpone some main tournaments, together with the Ranji Trophy, on Tuesday. Ranji Trophy was to begin from January 13.
Ganguly stated in a letter to the state associations, “You’re conscious that we needed to cease the present home season as a result of worsening of the Kovid-19 state of affairs.” The Ranji Trophy and the CK Nayudu Trophy had been to start this month whereas the Senior Girls’s T20 League would have been held in February.
Will attempt to restart home cricket: Ganguly
In a mail to the presidents and secretaries of all of the state items, Ganguly stated, “Kovid-19 instances are rising quickly and lots of constructive instances have been reported in lots of groups. This posed a menace to the well being of the gamers, officers and others concerned within the operating of the event. BCCI want to guarantee that as quickly because the Kovid-19 state of affairs comes underneath management, the board will do all the pieces to renew the home season.
‘BCCI will return with revised plan’
Ganguly additional stated, “We’re dedicated to arrange the remaining tournaments of this season. The board will come again to you quickly with the revised plan. I’m grateful to you in your cooperation and understanding of the circumstances. Handle your self and keep secure and wholesome.”
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Seven members of Bengal workforce and Indian all-rounder Shivam Dubey together with video analyst of Mumbai workforce had been discovered to be Kovid-19 constructive earlier than the beginning of Ranji Trophy which was to begin from January 13. The 2020-2021 session might additionally not be held as a result of pandemic.
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