IPL to return to home and away format from next season: Ganguly

The Board of Management for Cricket in India president Sourav Ganguly has knowledgeable all state affiliation members that subsequent season’s Indian Premier League (IPL) will probably be performed on residence and away foundation, signalling an finish to Covid-related restrictions in cricket.

In a letter to all state items, Ganguly additionally acknowledged that the board will probably be beginning a women’ u15 sooner or later event.

“The Indian cricketing season 2022-23 has began, and I’m blissful to share with you that we’re going again to normalcy. You should be conscious that this yr we will probably be having the as-usual full-fledged home season for all age teams and the video games will probably be hosted all around the nation. I’m certain the pandemic is behind us, and all of us now sit up for a extra sure future,” Ganguly mentioned in his letter.

Ganguly additionally added: “The following season of males’s IPL may even return to the house and away format with all ten groups enjoying their residence matches at their designated venues. The BCCI is at the moment engaged on the much-awaited Ladies’s IPL. We predict to start out the primary season early subsequent yr.”

This season the board can have two editions of the Irani Cup. Saurashtra, who had been the Ranji Trophy champions in 2019-20 season will tackle Remainder of India at Rajkot from October 1-5. Madhya Pradesh who gained their maiden Ranji Trophy Championship within the 2021-22 season by beating Mumbai will play the second Irani Cup sport from March 1 to five in Indore.

Ganguly additionally mentioned the u15 one dayers for ladies can be a stepping stone for cricketers. “We’re glad to introduce a u15 sooner or later event for ladies from this season. Ladies’s cricket has seen phenomenal development internationally and our nationwide staff has been performing nicely. This new event will create a pathway for our younger women to play on the nationwide and worldwide stage,” Ganguly wrote.

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