The return of 22 yards of cricket will be discussed on April 23

The return of 22 yards of cricket will be discussed on April 23

The ICC convened a meeting of the main executive committee in a video conference on April 23 to explore the boards and role of these boards at returning to cricket to the area following a catastrophe in Coronavirus disease.

The entire membership of this assembly is going to be the chief executive officer of their 12-party and agents of those 3 nations. The meeting will explore the effect of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak on cricket and how it could be overcome. At the time of tragedy, the priority of these boards is also searched. Already, virtually all bilateral collection of the future was postponed.

ICC chief executive Manu Sohani stated: The assembly was largely affected by the continuing international outbreak in cricket and also the initial step incoming from joint work. We Must share experience, knowledge among ourselves at the Sphere of returning cricket”

‘Nations will begin to go again at various stages and in various ways. We must respect it. We Must take meditative Thoughts and appropriate decisions which decrease the threat.’.