KOLKATA: The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) issued the Normal Working Procedures (SOP) for state associations on Sunday night and the age-cap of 60 on the people has seen the likes of Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB) […]
“It’s presumed that the restrictions for people above a sure age or with underlying medical circumstances talked about within the advisory is of a brief nature contemplating the present state of affairs and brought within the curiosity of individuals past a sure age for his or her security. It’s because the doc clearly states that every one such people must be discouraged from taking part within the camp actions till appropriate tips are issued by the Authorities.
“Nonetheless, this will likely change sooner or later of time since within the SOP itself, it’s talked about that the rules could also be amended occasionally as could also be required relying on the prevailing Covid-19 state of affairs within the nation and the rules issued by the Authorities at acceptable occasions,” he mentioned.
He went on so as to add that at current there can be no change in teaching personnel. “Since graduation of sports activities actions within the state haven’t been allowed as but, and in addition since there’s a appreciable period of time left for home cricket to start out, no resolution pertaining to alter of assist staffs are being thought of at current. Nonetheless, we might preserve monitoring the state of affairs occasionally. The coaches appointed for numerous groups would proceed to watch their respective groups through video conferencing, as they’ve been doing all through the lockdown interval,” he mentioned.
Commenting on the protected resumption of cricket, the CAB chief mentioned: “We have now forwarded the identical (SOP) to the Medical Committee members in order that they might research it intimately. We’d thereafter, convene a gathering of the medical committee shortly to work out the steps to be taken by the affiliation within the coming weeks to make sure protected resumption.”