Rough weather forces BCCI to delay start of domestic games in seven states.

The beginning of the homegrown cricket in India has been disturbed. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has informed seven out of the 12 state affiliations facilitating the first round of Under-19 Men and Women restricted overs competitions to postpone the beginning till September 30. The matches are to begin on September 28 yet have been delayed because of the overall harsh climate the nation over.

The matches of Under-19 young men Vinoo Mankad Trophy and Under-19 young ladies one-day competition in Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Indore, Bhubaneswar, Surat, Rajkot and Nagpur have been delayed by several days as these focuses have been seeing substantial precipitation throughout the previous few days. Be that as it may, the games in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mohali, Jaipur and Ranchi will begin, as booked, the BCCI and state affiliation authorities educated.

A few pieces of the country, for the most part eastern and southern, have been lashed by Cyclone Gulab throughout the previous few days. “Attributable to the unremitting precipitation and the tornado alert gave by MET, the BCCI is constrained to defer the beginning of the gathering stage from 28.09.2021 to 30.09.2021,” Dhiraj Malhotra, the senior supervisor, Game Development, BCCI, said in a letter to the host relationship on Monday (September 27).

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The emails have gone to the Hyderabad Cricket Association facilitating the Unde-19 Boys Elite D gathering matches, Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) facilitating Under-19 Boys Elite E coordinates in Indore, Andhra Cricket Association facilitating Under-19 Girls One Day Elite C matches in Visakhapatnam, Orissa Cricket Association facilitating Uner-19 young ladies coordinates in Bhubaneshwar, Gujarat Cricket Association facilitating Under-19 young ladies Elite D matches in Surat, Saurashtra Cricket Association facilitating U-19 young ladies Elite A matches in Rajkot and Vidarbha Cricket Association facilitating U-19 Girls Elite B coordinates in Nagpur.

“Following this adjustment of timetable, there will be no rest days and all matches will be played consecutive from September 30 to October 4. There will be no change to the knockout stage and scenes,” the BCCI official wrote in his mail.

“This choice has been taken to guarantee that all the matches are played and there is no misfortune because of the severe climate. Holding the impending ICC Under-19 World Cup 2022 as a primary concern, we need to guarantee that the players get the most extreme chance and openness to grandstand their ability and put forth a sincere attempt to be chosen for the country,” Malhotra further composed.

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