Irani Cup: BCCI Confirms Return Of The Prestigious Home Event For Upcoming Season

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The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has confirmed the fixture of two Irani Cup video games for the upcoming home season, Cricbuzz reported. As per the detailed home programme shared among the many state associations by the BCCI, the 2 video games might be performed in October and once more in March 2023.

In a press release on Sunday, the Saurashtra Cricket Affiliation said, “It is vitally heartening that home season 2022-23 of BCCI is to be performed in full swing and Irani Cup is to be performed after two lengthy years.”

Karnataka vs Uttar Pradesh, Ranji Trophy (Image Credits: BCCI)
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“We thank secretary BCCI Mr Jay Shah for this gesture of granting us an Irani Cup recreation. We’re indebted to him and the BCCI. We’re wanting ahead to taking part in the match,” SCA president Jaydev Shah advised Cricbuzz, revealing the BCCI choice.

The normal fixture, usually the season-opener, is performed between the reigning Ranji champions and Remainder of India.

Jay Shah on Women's IPL
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In response to the schedule, the primary Irani recreation is slated to be performed between Saurashtra, the 2019-20 Ranji champions, and Remainder of India (RoI) from October 1 to five in Rajkot. The second Irani recreation might be between the present Ranji Champions Madhya Pradesh and RoI in Indore from March 1 to five (2023) in Indore.

“Saurashtra had gained the Ranji Trophy title in 2019-20 season, simply earlier than the COVID-19 pandemic struck, so now that the Irani Cup is returning after a hiatus, the Board determined to begin the match with Saurashtra taking up the Remainder of India,” a BCCI insider confirmed.

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