The BCCI has also form alised working groups for the event. In its Special General Meeting in Ahmedabad ahead of the IPL final in May, the office-bearers were given the responsibility to form sub-committees for the ICC event.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has convened a meeting for all hosting associations of the ODI World Cup in New Delhi on Thursday.
On June 26, on the dusk of publicizing the World Cup institutions, the BCCI top brass had a meeting with the representatives of all the ten state units in Mumbai, and in a advertisement to the state units on Tuesday, Board clerk Jay Shah has called for a meeting in the public capital for farther conversations ahead of the big- ticket event.
“It was great meeting you in Mumbai lately to bandy colorful issues concerning the ICC World Cup 2023 to be held in India this time. I feel it’ll be in the interest of all concerned that we meet again to change notes and take stock of any issue which needs discussion and decision. Consequently, you’re hereby requested to attend a meeting of the World Cup staging associations on July 27 at 3 pm in Delhi, ” Shah wrote in his dispatch to the state units.
The Board has also formalised working groups for the event. In its Special General Meeting in Ahmedabad ahead of the IPL final in May, the office- liaisons were given the responsibility to form sub-committees for the ICC event. Consequently, two sub-committees have been formed for venue supervision and the permission of structure subventions. President Roger Binny, clerk Jay Shah, treasurer Ashish Sehlar, vice-president Rajeev Shukla, and common clerk Devajit Saikia have been assigned the liabilities of overseeing the 12 venues, including Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram, which will be hosting the warm-up games.
The commission for structure subventions comprises IPL president Arun Dhumal, former treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry, Prabhtej Bhatia, and Karnataka State Cricket Association clerk A Shankar. The five office- liaisons will also be part of it.
While chairman Binny will be overseeing Ahmedabad and Chennai, Shah will be in charge of Delhi and Dharamshala. Treasurer Ashish Sehlar will look after Pune, Lucknow, and Guwahati, whereas Rajeev Shukla will handle Hyderabad and Bengaluru. Devajit Saikia, the joint clerk, will be in- charge of Mumbai, Kolkata, and Thiruvananthapuram.
The warm-up matches will be held between September 29 to October 3, before the mega event begins on October 5 in Ahmedabad. Know More Latest Cricket News…