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BCCI to conduct Ranji Trophy 2022 in two phases: Jay Shah

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah has said that the board has decided to conduct the Ranji Trophy this season in two phases. According to ANI, Shah said, “In the first phase, we plan to complete all matches of the league stage while the knockouts will be held in June.”

The domestic tournament was scheduled to start on January 13 this year but was postponed indefinitely by the BCCI due to the third wave of the pandemic.

Shah’s statement came after former head coach Ravi Shastri on Friday said that Indian cricket would become “spineless” if the currently postponed Ranji Trophy is ignored. “The Ranji Trophy is the backbone of Indian cricket. The moment you start ignoring it our cricket will be SPINELESS!,” Shastri tweeted.




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