A lot of effort has been put in behind the scenes, says Jay Shah as Ranji Trophy resumes | Cricket News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Ranji Trophy is back after a one year hiatus and on the first day of the tournament, BCCI secretary Jay Shah He said it took a lot of effort to get the premier national red ball meet back on track amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ranji Trophy kicked off on Thursday at venues across the country.
“I have been eagerly awaiting this day as India Cricket’s premier domestic tournament, the #RanjiTrophy returns. Great effort has been put in behind the scenes to get our world-class cricket back on track, and now is the time to let the red ball take center stage. Good luck everyone,” Shah tweeted.

The Ranji Trophy, which did not take place last year due to the pandemic, was scheduled to start on January 13 but was postponed due to a third wave of infections across the country.
It will now take place in two phases, the first starting Thursday through March 15 in various locations around the country.
The main national event takes a break during the IPL and resumes from May 30 to June 26.
The tournament has been divided into eight elite pools and one platter pool, with players staying in biosecure bubbles.


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