It was one of the most discussions topic yet for the domestic tournament in India. Earlier BCCI took decision to start with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and will later discuss on other domestic tournaments but now it has been confirmed by the BCCI that in this year there will be no Ranji Trophy and it is the first time in the last 87 years and management will move towards Vijay Hazare Trophy.
They also confirmed that they will move towards to conduct U-19 National One Day Tournament for Vinoo Mankad Trophy and later on with Women’s national 50-over tournament as statement given by Jay Shah.
Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah came to the conclusion of the over discussion towards domestic season that with a long tenure of two month bio secure protocols can’t be feasibly justified to carried out and thus makes not much prior to be conducted right now.
“I am extremely happy to inform you that we are going to conduct the Senior Women’s One Day tournament simultaneously with the Vijay Hazare Trophy and follow it up with Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under-19. This has been decided after having received your feedback on the domestic season 2020-21” statement gave by Jay Shah.
“As you are aware, we have lost a lot of time and consequently, it has been difficult to plan the cricket calendar on account of the precautions that are necessary for the safe conduct of the games” added by Shah.
The management might think to fixture the schedules for Vijay Hazare Trophy from the next month onwards.
“I write this with some satisfaction and whole lot of gratitude towards the state associations and staff of the BCCI for the successful conduct of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Tournament so far after having delivered a flawless IPL earlier”
He also stated further information over the England Home series. “The preparations for the England tour of India which commences on 5th February onwards, are in full swing and there is lot of excitement around it after the historic tour of Australia where, as you are aware, the team had performed miraculously under extremely trying circumstances” concluded by Jay Shah.