The CAB’s Apex Council Meeting also accepted the resolution that the Eden Gardens’ floodlight system has to be renovated.
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) has asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to enable spectators to watch the T20I series against the West Indies at Eden Gardens on February 10. The India-West Indies Twenty20 International series kicks off on February 16 at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
CAB requests that the BCCI enable fans to watch the T20I series between India and the West Indies.
The BCCI’s response is pending.
The CAB’s Apex Council Meeting also accepted the resolution that the Eden Gardens floodlight system has to be renovated.
Furthermore, the members accepted the fixtures and tournament rules for the upcoming league tournaments in both the first and second divisions.
The registration window for players has been extended until February 28. In light of current State Government relaxations, to make it simpler for clubs, units. Players to come and complete their registration processes,” CAB added.
The Apex Council praised Avishek Porel and Ravi Kumar for their outstanding bowling performances in the U19 World Cup-winning Indian squad.