Roger Binny, the newly elected president of the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) in a media interplay revealed his plan of motion for his tenure of the following three years. The 1983 World Cup winner revealed that he needs to give attention to the prevention of accidents amongst cricketers and in addition goals to make higher cricket pitches in India.
Now, it’s a recognized proven fact that Males in Blue have suffered rather a lot in recent times due to numerous kinds of accidents. Within the 2019 ODI World Cup, the Indian crew recorded a number of accidents which ultimately value them the title and within the 2022 T20 World Cup, the likes of Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja will miss the event due to their respective accidents. Thus, that is one sample the brand new BCCI president needs to interrupt in his tenure.
“Because the BCCI president, I wish to primarily give attention to 2 issues. First is the prevention of accidents to the gamers. Jasprit Bumrah obtained injured simply earlier than the World Cup, which impacts the entire plan. Second, I wish to give attention to the pitches within the nation,” Binny was quoted as saying by News18.
BCCI AGM approves Ladies’s IPL to start from 2023
After a lot anticipation, the cricketing board of India has lastly given the inexperienced sign to host the inaugural version of Ladies’s IPL in 2023. As per stories, solely 5 groups shall be collaborating within the event subsequent yr because it goals to develop in future.
Despite the fact that the most important choice is taken, the board is but to finalise how groups shall be bought to totally different franchises. The organisation is just not ruling out a zonal-based competitors as properly. In accordance with stories, all the pieces shall be determined within the upcoming Common Assembly (GC) of BCCI.
Additionally it is most unlikely that the board will ship their candidate for ICC presidentship. Because the final day to fill nominations is Thursday, October 20, there aren’t sufficient days left for BCCI to take such a significant name.