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BCCI announces India’s domestic season for 2019-20

A total of 2036 domestic games will be played this season across various age groups in the men’s and women’s category.

The BCCI announces India's mega domestic cricket season 2019-20, which will get underway with the Duleep Trophy in August.

 

The coveted Ranji Trophy will be played from the months of December to March. The format of the tournament remains similar to the last season wherein the top team that qualifies for quarter-finals from the Plate group will be promoted to Elite Group C in the next season. The top two teams that qualify for the quarter-finals from Elite Group C will be promoted to Elite Group A & Elite Group B in the next season.

 

The senior women's domestic season will commence with the T20 League that is scheduled to start in the month of October.

The Col C K Nayudu Trophy, Vinoo Mankad Trophy, Cooch Behar Trophy, Vijay Merchant Trophy and Vizzy Trophy (Inter-university competition) will cater to the young and budding talent of the country.

 

A total of 2036 domestic games will be played this season across various age groups in the men’s and women’s category.

 

A complete breakdown of the BCCI Domestic season 2019-20 schedule can be found here

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Kartik Tyagi replaces Anshul Khamboj in India U19 squad

Anshul is suffering from a back injury and is ruled out of the UK tour

The All-India Junior Selection committee has named Kartik Tyagi as replacement for Anshul Khamboj in the India U19 squad that is set to play a one-day Tri-series in England starting July 21, 2019.

 

Anshul is suffering from a back injury and will be out of action for four months, hence ruling him out of the tour to UK.

 

The revised India U19 squad for the tournament is as follows: Priyam Garg (C), Yashasvi Jaiswal, Thakur Tilak Verma, Divyansh Saxena, Shaswat Rawat, Dhruv Chand Jurel (WK), Shubhang Hegde, Ravi Bishnoi, Vidyadhar Patil, Sushant Mishra, Prabhat Maurya, Sameer Rizvi, Pragnesh Kanpillewar, Kamran Iqbal, Priyesh Patel (WK), Karan Lal, Purnank Tyagi, Kartik Tyagi

 

Amitabh Choudhary

Acting Hon. Secretary

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