BCCI has permitted NoCs to 4 of its women cricket players to play in The Hundred

BCCI has permitted NoCs to 4 of its women cricket players to play in The Hundred

The BCCI has permitted NoCs to 4 of its women cricket players to play in the debut edition of The Hundred (English franchise Twenty20 competition). Board of Control for Cricket in India has effectively sent the No-Objection Certificates to the England cricket board and the authority declaration in regards to the Indian women players is probably going to make in The Hundred teams soon.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India stated that “Harmanpreet Kaur (Captain of the Indian team in T20Is), Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma, and another woman cricket player have got the approval as the BCCI has conceded the No-Objection Certificates for them”. It is discovered that these 4 cricketers will broaden their visit to England following the fulfillment of India’s cricket tour of England in June.

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The cricket tour starts with one test match at Bristol County Ground on the 16th of June and finishes up with the 3rd and final T20 match on the 15th of July. 3 One Day game is fixed in the middle. The Indian national cricket team for the cricket tour is yet to be declared while another new coach is relied upon to be named soon by the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s panel.

The Hundred, which is an England and Wales Cricket Board brainchild, will include 8 franchises taking on one another. With the Board of Control for Cricket in India conceding No-Objection Certificates, the stay of the woman players will be reached out in the United Kingdom.

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The chosen players will give a report on the 27th of May, however, it isn’t known how they will go to the United Kingdom. International Flight Departures from India have been suspended by the UK Govt in the wake of a phenomenal spike in Coronavirus cases.

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