4 Indian women cricketers will be seen playing in this league of England, BCCI gave permission

4 Indian women cricketers will be seen playing in this league of England, BCCI gave permission

New Delhi: The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) has issued a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to four women cricketers, including T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur, to play in the first 'The Hundred' tournament to be held in Britain in July. Openers Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma are also among the four players who have been allowed to play in the 100-ball tournament. The name of the fourth player is yet to be known.

BCCI sources said on condition of confidentiality, 'Harmanpreet, Mandhana, Deepti and one other player have been approved. The BCCI has given him the NOC. It is learned that these four players will remain in the UK after the tour of England in June-July. The Indian tour will begin on 16 June with the only Test match. The tour will conclude on July 15 with the third and final T20 international. Meanwhile, a three-match ODI series will also be played. 

The Indian team has not yet been selected for this tour while the BCCI's Cricket Advisory Committee may announce the head coach soon. The selected players will have to report on 27 May but it is not yet known how they will be touring the UK as the British government has suspended flights from India due to escalation of Kovid-19 cases. 

Sources said, "The players have been asked to report for the tour on 27 May." Harmanpreet, Mandhana, Deepti Sharma and Jemima Rodrigues participated in the Super League in 2019. The tournament was later dissolved by the England and Wales Cricket Board for Women's Hundred. 


Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Sports Desk: India is currently reeling from the second wave of Corona virus. This wave of corona virus is infecting millions of people every day and dying in thousands. Things are going from bad to worse at the moment. People are becoming each other's support to help people. At the same time, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has also written a message on social media to help India.

Mohammad Aamir shared a video on Twitter and wrote that our neighboring country is currently passing through exam time. Aamir also wrote that prayers should be sought for India. We are with you in this difficult situation, may Allah bless us. Along with this, Aamir wrote the hash tag Get Well Soon India.

Prior to Mohammad Aamir, the current Pakistan team captain Babar Azam had also prayed for India. Babar Azam wrote in tweeting that we are with you in this terrible situation. Together we can defeat this epidemic. 

It may be noted that due to this corona virus, BCCI had to postpone the 14th season of IPL. Because the report of the players came positive during the IPL, due to which some players refused to play the match and the BCCI had to take this big decision.