BCCI Apex Council Meeting Scheduled For April 16, T20 World Cup And Domestic Cricket On Agenda | Cricket Newsnewstolive - April 7, 2021 28 0 COMMENTS
The members of the BCCI Apex Council can be knowledgeable in regards to the time, venue of the assembly sooner or later.© AFP
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will maintain its seventh Apex Council assembly on April 16 and among the main factors which might be on the agenda are discussing the forthcoming home season, the upcoming T20 World Cup in India and BCCI’s stand on together with cricket in Los Angeles 2028 Olympics. While the Apex Council members can be knowledgeable in regards to the time and venue of the “special meeting” sooner or later, there are 14 gadgets on the agenda. Apart from the above-mentioned factors, affirmation of the minutes of the sixth Apex Council assembly, dialogue on illustration made by Telangana Cricket Association, and dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association may even happen, as talked about within the letter, accessed by ANI.
“Notice is hereby given that the 7th Apex Council Meeting (Special Meeting) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will be held on the 16th of April, 2021,” learn the letter from BCCI secretary Jay Shah to the members.
Last month, the Bihar Cricket Association (BCA) had hosted a T20 league with out paying heed to BCCI’s warning. The organisation of the league may even be mentioned within the apex council assembly.
Moreover, dialogue on organisation of T20 tournaments by Tamil Nadu CA, Mumbai CA, Karnataka CA, and Saurashtra CA and dialogue of the formation of a working group with respect to State T20 leagues may even be on the agenda.
Further talks on the appointment of help workers for the ladies’s staff and dialogue on worldwide ladies’s FTP will happen within the assembly.
Discussion on the affiliation of the Differently Abled Cricket Council of India (DCCI), may even happen whereas an replace on NCA RFP and BCCI and IPL digital RFP can be offered within the assembly.
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