The BCCI has decided to prohibit state organizations from arranging training camps and competitions directly with foreign boards; instead, they must forward all proposals of this nature through the parent organization.
On March 18, at the board’s Apex Council meeting, a decision will be made.

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After several state units, notably Delhi and Puducherry, held discussions with international boards, especially the associate nations, about hosting them on exposure visits, the BCCI was compelled to make the decision.
Confirmation of receiving a proposal from the Nepal board may be obtained by Delhi and Districts Cricket Association.

“State units can collaborate with international boards on cricket-related projects, but as the BCCI is the parent organization, those partnerships must be facilitated by the organization. “BCCI must review all proposals,” a BCCI insider stated.

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BCCI will take matters into its own hands

Following a discussion on “state cricket associations collaborating with foreign boards for organizing cricket” in the upcoming Apex Council meeting, the BCCI will take matters into its own hands.
Prior to the T20 World Cup in the USA and the Caribbean in June, Nepal is anticipated to visit India as part of an exposure tour.

Jay Shah, the secretary of the BCCI, met with representatives of the Cricket Association of Nepal last month.
The BCCI has previously assisted allied nations. In the years preceding COVID-19, Afghanistan established a significant home base in India, training and competing out of Dehradun and Greater Noida.

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Powerhouse India is not the only associate nation aiming to become a full member.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and the Japan Cricket Association (JCA) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Wednesday with the aim of assisting the latter in improving its game via “collaborations, exchanges, and also providing expertise pertaining to the game”.
SLC will send its teams, players, coaches, and curators to Japan in accordance with the agreement.

 

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