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India ‘A’ tour of Australia cleared

India ‘A’ tour of Australia cleared

India Blooms News Service | | 29 May 2016, 09:12 pm
Mumbai, May 29 (IBNS): The BCCI on Sunday cleared India ‘A’ tour of Australia in August for two four-day matches and a tri-series during its Technical Committee and NCA meetings.

"In a bid to make domestic cricket more competitive and rule out the issues related to preparing specific wickets for home teams, as well as to expose players to play in different conditions, the BCCI Technical Committee recommended neutral venues for the Ranji Trophy matches This is a step recommended to make domestic Ranji Trophy cricket more competitive," read a BCCI statement.

The committee also discussed the format for Duleep Trophy for the season 2016-17.

"It was recommended that selectors would pick four teams to participate in a round-robin format tournament. The entire tournament will be a day/night affair," read the statement.

"The Committee also cleared India ‘A’ tour of Australia in August for two four-day matches and a tri-series," the BCCI said.

The recommendations will now be tabled at the BCCI Working Committee.

In the NCA Committee meeting, the members were updated about the assessment of all the ongoing zonal camps in various age groups and the umpires’ refresher course.

Members were also briefed about the physiotherapist and trainers course to be conducted by the NCA next month. Physios and trainers of all the state associations will be attending this course.