Cricket News By TODAYLIVESCORE.INFO - BCCI confirms revised SA itinerary, approves five-day women Tests. The age limit for match officials and support staff has been increased to 65 from 60 years
The age limit for match officials and support staff has been increased to 65 from 60 years
The BCCI held its 90th Annual General Meeting on December 4 in Kolkata and confirmed the postponement of India's tour of South Africa by a week along with the booting out of T20Is from the tour itinerary.
As reported by Cricbuzz earlier, Brijesh Patel and MKJ Majumdar were re-inducted into the IPL Governing Council whereas Pragyan Ojha was picked to continue as the representative of the Indian Cricketers Association in the GC.
The seven-member GC consists of two office-bearers (secretary and treasurer – Jay Shah and Arun Singh Dhumal), CEO (Hemang Amin), one representative from Players' Association (Ojha), a nominee of the CAG (CM Sane) and two members elected by the AGM (Brijesh and Majumdar).
The AGM also approved five-day Tests for the women's team, who have largely played in four-day encounters lately.
The BCCI also announced the formation of the Tours, Fixtures and Technical Committee, Umpires Committee and Differently Abled Cricket Committee. The age limit for match officials and support staff has been increased to 65 from 60 years, subject to their fitness.
Infrastructure development will also be initiated by the BCCI in the North-Eastern States, Puducherry, Bihar and Uttarakhand.
Among other announcements from the AGM were adoption of the annual budget and audited accounts by the General Body for FY 2021-22.