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Indian women's tour of Australia postponed to next season

  • Dec 31, 2020
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MELBOURNE, Dec. 31 (PTI) The Australian cricket company said Thursday that the Indian women's team has waited for the resumption of international cricket since the ongoing suspension of the coronavirus outbreak and their scheduled tour of Australia has been postponed for next season for Ind vs Aus.The Indian team, which last played the T20 World Cup Final in March, was scheduled to play three ODI(Ind vs Aus) matches on January 22 in Canberra, January 25 in Melbourne, and January 28 in Hobart.However, the governing body added that the tour(Ind vs Aus) will now be part of preparations for the 2022 World Cup, which have been postponed to March-April due to the pandemic, and will include three Ind vs Aus T20Is.Read What was said on Ind vs Aus Women:"We very much hope that an expanded schedule between the Australian and Indian teams will be presented for the next season, which will be a great result for fans in both countries," Nick Hockley, Acting Executive Director, said in a statement."We initially hoped to play against India this summer, but the impact of the global pandemic made it necessary to postpone it until next season. India lost to Australia by 85 shots in its last international match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground."It would be great to host the Indian women's team once again, which was center stage in the unforgettable T20 World Cup Final at the MCG International Cricket World Cup in March, and do so with a much more expanded schedule than was originally planned," Hockley said.The dates and locations of the postponed tour will be confirmed in due course.Also read: Big Bash 2020-21 Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers | Preview, probable XI, Much More

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BCCI Announce Ranji Trophy postponed due to rising Covid-19 cases

  • Jan 05, 2022
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On Tuesday, the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry postponed the Ranji Cup for this season in light of the increase in Covid cases. After the cancellation of last season's championship, the postponement would cast doubt on the prospects for the Major National Division One competition even for the 2021-22 season. The Ranji Cup was scheduled to start on January 13. But the Cricket Board has prioritized the health of players, enlisting the support of India's Chardol Thakur and government federation officials to make the decision.After the seven-wicket run at Wanderers, when Chardol attended the press conference later that day, he was asked about the postponement of the Ranji Cup and how it would affect the national cricketers. “I’m sorry for them. But you also have to look at the COVID scenario in the country. With the increase in cases and we have many local teams playing, it is easier to manage all the teams and keep track of each team. So “I think whatever the board of directors will take at this point should To be the right decision. "That's why they made the decision," Chardol, a national cricket fan, told reporters.Besides the Ranji Cup, the Colonel CK Nayudu Cup and the T20 Women's Senior League have also been suspended, as BCCI stated in its press release: “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Tuesday. The postponement of the Ranji Cup, Colonel CK Nayudu Cup, and League Women's T20 for the 2021-22 season in light of the increase in COVID-19 cases in the country."The Ranji Cup and Kol CK Nayudu Cup were scheduled to start this month, while the Senior Women's T20 League was scheduled to start in February."The statement addressed health concerns and stated in the statement: “The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry does not wish to compromise the safety of players, support staff, match officials and other participants, and has therefore decided to suspend all three tournaments until further notice. The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry will continue to assess the situation and accordingly, will be Decided on the start of the tournament.Virus on the looseThe decision comes in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak in the Bengal Rangi team, with several players testing positive. A few days ago, the head of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sourav Ganguly, was hospitalized as a precaution after he tested positive for the virus. Ganguly is currently in home isolation. On Tuesday, Bengal Cricket Association president Avishek Dalmiya was hospitalized as a "precautionary measure" after contracting Covid-19. It is said to be stable. Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) President Jaydev Shah has stated that one of the players from the Ranji team has tested positive for him "after returning from the IPL test".The massive increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in India and globally has coincided with the spread of the Omicron version of the virus. Shah supported the BCCI's decision to postpone.I think the decision taken by (Secretary of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry) Jay Bhai (Shah) and President Sourav Ganguly is a very good one. Health is the most important part of life and cricket and money come next. He told the Indian Express that many more cases of Covid are coming and this is the time to do so.“BCCI has already held many tournaments and I think when the COVID situation improves, the Ranji Cup will be the number one priority. Even in the event of a pandemic, a lot of cricket has been played this season; IPL, U19, T20, and ODI tournaments, women’s cricket.. (But) the Ranji Cup is a great tournament. You can't finish it in 10-15 days.BCCI changed the format of the Rangi Cup for this season, with elite teams divided into five groups as well as matches in a single board group. Last season, the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced the compensation of players as the national championships were canceled due to the forced cancellation by Covid. The board also decided to increase match fees for players of all age groups in men's and women's cricket.“This year, (if the Ranji Cup is finally canceled), the compensation situation will change. But money is not an important criterion at the moment, health is important,” said the SCA chairman.Also, Read - IND VS SA, 2nd Test: New year, new hope for struggling Virat Kohli

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Batsmen Who Have The Highest Average In Ranji Trophy Cricket

  • Feb 23, 2022
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With all our focus solely on international cricket, we miss the cradle where the greats of the game raise their children to success. From the prestigious Sheffield Shield to cricket, the birth of illustrious cricketers who later left an indelible mark on the rise of the game from these domestic leagues.India is also famous for its home matches which include Duleep Trophy and Ranji Trophy.With the Ranji Cup being the most important, the main focus of the selectors is to select talents to represent the country in the future.However, those who have become kings in these internal affairs also do not need to become champions of the game on the international arena. We are going to take a look at the five cricketers who had the highest average in the Ranji Cup.1. Vijay MerchantAlthough only 10 Test matches were made in the international format, Merchant's success in domestic cricket remains unparalleled.Don Bradman is the only cricketer ahead of the dealer in domestic cricket. He played for Bombay in first-class cricket and had a staggering first-class average of 71.64.Merchant played an impressive 3,639 rounds of Ranji and had an average of 98.35.Merchant played 150 matches and collected 13,470 runs, setting an as-yet-unsurpassed milestone in Indian top-flight cricket, and ideally, no cricketer has shown such promise in terms of domestic affairs.2. Sachin Tendulkar Another great draw from the ranks of Bombay, present-day Mumbai, Tendulkar was victorious in every form of game he played.First selected in 1987, he couldn't make it to eleven players. However, after making his debut the following year, he scored a hot century in his first match.A star was born and then continued his amazing hit.He managed to score 4,281 runs for the Ranji Trophy with an impressive average of 85.62.3. Vivis LaxmanA mainstay of Indian cricket, known for his elegance and classic batting that pulled India out of the quagmire of a thousand, Laxman's debut in the Ranji Cup wasn't as spectacular as you might think. After being sent off by Ranji for nothing in his first half after being sent off for 17 in the second, Laxman was dropped from the team.He quickly revived himself as his Duleep Trophy prowess made him a strong contender for next year's Ranji Cup.After his performance in the Duleep Trophy, he never had to look back because his performance in the Ranji Trophy had changed and his performance was better than before.When he finally shot the day in his state, he scored 5,764 points with an impressive 80.61 average.4- Ajay SharmaA superstar name from the ranks of Delhi, Ajay Sharma played a major role in the Ranji Cup.Sharma averaged 78.29 with 31 centuries and 7,438 runs.Despite being a hero in his own right in internal affairs, Ajay Sharma's career came to a tragic end after he was caught up in a match-fixing scandal.5. Ashok MankaduThis guy initially made a good name for himself playing for his country. However, after tough competitions in which Chetan Chauhan remained a prolific opening partner of Sunil Gavaskar, Mankad had to be content with domestic cricket.Mancad was a prominent name in Bombay, with an average score of 76.81. He was the heavy state defender due to his impressive stroke play. His records also include those of Vijay Harari.Read more -  The Teams IPL Retained Players 2022 | Pitch High