The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to hold the Ranji Trophy at the beginning of next year. BCCI intends to launch a new domestic season with the Women’s Under-19 ODI and Vinoo Mankad Trophy (Men’s Under-19) Tournament. Due to the corona epidemic, both tournaments were not held last year.
This year the tournaments will be held in 29 days. They will be held from 20 September to 19 October next month. Last year’s Ranji Trophy was not even hosted due to the corona epidemic. The Ranji Trophy will be held from January 5 to March 20 next year. According to a report by Crickbuzz, the BCCI is working closely with the Government of India, state regulatory authorities and other relevant stakeholders to ensure that the domestic tournament is achieved.
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According to the Cricbuzz report, BCCI secretary Jay Shah has written to state agencies, in which the BCCI secretary said the epidemic is difficult for all of us. We all have to make some tough decisions that will put an end to the entire domestic season in India. On behalf of the BCCI, we thank all of our state associations, administrators, match officials, coaches and athletes for their patience and understanding.
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In an announcement released on Thursday, Shah told state units that the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy will be held from October 27 to November 22. The Vijay Hazare ODI Championship will be held from December 1 to 29. The new feature of the home season is the introduction of the Inter-State A competition for men under 25. The tournament replaces the Colonel CK Naidu Trophy, a championship for under-23s.