BCCI to Distribute Rs 75 Crores to State Associations
The BCCI has decided to distribute 75 crores to every state association to manage their expenditures.
As the domestic season approaches, state associations might need some funds to carry out the matches. The Ranji season is set to begin from the 6th October. A senior BCCI official said,
“The BCCI today decided to disburse Rs 75 crore in all for various state units. It includes those associations who have also raised invoices,”
The CoA approved to disburse the amount the all the units. The official said,
“The COA decided to disburse the amount to multiple units including those hosting matches, this international season. The decision was taken at the COA meeting in Mumbai today.”
This year’s Ranji season will return to the home and away format after the neutral venue format last season. Captains of the state teams agreed to come back to the format. Another change in this year’s format will be the increase of groups from three to four. Each team will play six games in the group stage. Top two teams from each group will qualify for the quarterfinal stage.
The Ranji season is scheduled to begin on 6th October, and the final to be on 29th December. Gujarat is the current Ranji Trophy champions.
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