As You Think So You Become
09574446565 OR 09574448484
09574446565 OR 09574448484
BCCI NEW REGIME
Today News BCCI New Game Full Update Post On This Post Wo Provider To All Cricket News-Update And Cricket Prediction On This Website
Sourav Ganguly was announced as the sole BCCI president-elect nominee in Mumbai on Monday (October 14), which was the last date for filing nominations for the BCCI elections. The former India captain will officially take charge as the new BCCI president on October 23, the day of the BCCI elections.
Speaking after filing his nomination, Ganguly referred to the "emergency" situation in BCCI over the last three years, which saw intervention from the Supreme Court of India and the appointment of a Committee of Administrators to oversee administrative affairs. The former India captain stressed that "getting the house in order" is first on his priority.
"I wasn't aware (of my name announcement) until 10:30pm yesterday. Even when I became captain in 2000, there were issues going around. It's always great to be looked at as someone who can do things in difficult situations," Ganguly said. "It's a very important time in Indian cricket administration, given what's happened in the last three years. There was an emergency situation, which the members have overcome.
"This eight-man team, announced by Rajiv Shukla, will try and get BCCI back in order. To be in a position where I can make a difference along with the team would be extremely satisfying. Hopefully in the next few months, we can put everything in place and bring back normalcy in Indian cricket.
"As a team, we have a lot of things to do. To get administration in order, get the house, the office in order. Cricket on the field has been brilliant. Team has played exceptionally well after the semifinal exit. Good cricket depends on the infrastructure and the backroom work, and it's our job at the back to make sure that everything is in the right frame and position so that the boys can excel.
Talking about his other priorities as the new BCCI president, Ganguly mentioned an increased focus on first-class cricket and cricketers, which will start with a manifold increase in the remuneration for them.
"For me, my biggest focus will be first-class cricket," Ganguly revealed. "I have been very vocal about looking after the first-class players, especially the time they invest. First-class cricket is the base, the strength. I have written so many times in the last few years that the remunerations need to increase, and increase manifold. So that's going to be priority to set the fc cricket in order. Look at cricket structure, look how governance happens and see smooth functioning happens with no issues."
One of the other issues Ganguly touched upon was BCCI's weakened position in the ICC. "We have not received money that we deserve from the ICC in the last three-four years. We generate 70-75 percent in revenues. Free Cricket Betting Tips That's one of the agenda, surely," he said.
Ganguly also said that the role of BCCI President wasn't something he actively pursued, but is instead taking up the job after he was recommended by the senior people in the BCCI set-up.
"I never spoke to anyone, have never expressed that I was keen. 90% of representatives in BCCI at the moment in administration are new. In the current constitution, the way it is framed, a lot of people are tentative even to decide on positions in the BCCI. Because if it's not good enough, if it's not a position you can make a difference, they didn't want to take it. Because they will lose state associations positions."
SOUTH AFRICA WOMEN TOUR OF INDIA 2019 NEWS
Well Come To Cricket Betting Tips Free India Vs South Africa Woman Match Today News And Update Post On Site Best Cricket Update On This Website
Thank You For Visiting Our Website
India's spin quintet, that included the part-time off-spin of Jemimah Rodrigues, inflicted a narrow six-run loss on South Africa to sweep the three-match ODI series in Vadodara on Monday (October 14). Batting first, India could muster only 146 runs but the spinners combined to claim nine wickets and defend the lowly score for their first series whitewash in the format since the one against West Indies in 2016. Incidentally, the notorious trend of conceding the final game of the series started in South Africa in early 2018 and comes to a halt against the same opposition.
Unlike India though, it were the pace trioka of Marizanne Kapp, Shabnim Ismail and Ayabonga Khaka that did the bulk of damage to keep India to just 146. South Africa were also phenomenal in the field, in sharp contrast to how the earlier two games went for the visitors. Unfortunately, the batting couldn't match up.
Ismail and Kapp struck in their very first overs, sending back Priya Punia for her maiden ODI duck and Rodrigues for just three, respectively. Punam Raut and Mithali Raj combined to offer some resistance but found scoring difficult. Khaka opened her account by sending back Raut for 15, while Raj became Kapp's second victim after having chipped in just 11 off 46.
Harmanpreet Kaur then held one end up, but kept losing partners at the other end quite regularly. Shikha Pandey gave her company for a 49-run stand that bailed India out when they were reeling at 71 for 6 in the 30th over. The seventh-wicket partnership was the best of India's innings, before the vice-captain was bowled by Kapp in the 39th over. Pandey made the second best score of 35 off 40 deliveries, Match Prediction while Mansi Joshi's twin boundaries fetched India some bonus runs towards the end.
Despite Pandey squeezing out two maidens, the Indian pacers were tad expensive at the start. Joshi drew first blood when she took out the hard-hitting Lizelle Lee for 13. India brought spin on as early as in the eighth over and Ekta Bisht struck rightaway, taking out Trisha Chetty for 7. Mignon du Preez found a way past Bisht, hitting her for a couple of boundaries in the 12th over, but Deepti Sharma then had her caught off her bowling to lend South Africa another blow. Rajeshwari Gayakwad, too, picked up a wicket in her first over to leave the visitors reeling at 54 for 4 after 14 overs.
Skipper Sune Luus and Kapp put on some resistance, adding 40 runs for the sixth wicket stand to frustrate the Indian bowlers for more than 13 overs. However, once the duo departed - six overs apart - it was always going to be an uphill task for the relatively inexperienced tail to pull it off. South Africa needed 28 more after Kapp's dismissal off the first ball of the 37th over, but Ismail and Nondumiso Shangase only delayed the inevitable.
When Ismail fell to Harmanpreet, South Africa's last wicket pair still had to get nine more runs in 21 deliveries. But with India's all three frontline spinners bowled out, Raj resorted to the part-time offpsin of Rodrgiues, who picked up her maiden ODI wicket by dismissing Tumi Sekhukhune to bowl out the visitors for 140 for a thrilling finish to the series.
Brief scores: India 146 in 45.5 overs (Harmanpreet Kaur 38, Shikha Pandey 35; Marizanne Kapp 3-20, Shabnim Ismail 2-18) beat South Africa 140 in 48 overs (Marizanne Kapp 29, Sune Luss 24; Ekta Bisht 3-32, Rajeshwari Gayakwad 2-22) by 6 runs.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.