ICC CEO lauds ECB’s efforts in organising landmark series against West Indies: ICC Chief Government Manu Sawhney thanked the England Cricket Board for its ‘tireless efforts’ to assist organising the historic England vs West Indies Take a look at collection.
ICC CEO lauds ECB’s efforts in organising landmark series against West Indies
England and West Indies will play the primary Take a look at in Southampton (AP Picture)
- England tackle West Indies in a 3-Take a look at collection from July 8
- Worldwide cricket resumes after greater than Three months of enforced break
- I wish to thank the ECB for his or her tireless efforts: ICC CEO
ICC Chief Government Manu Sawhney has lauded England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for its efforts in making a bio-secure surroundings for the Take a look at collection towards West Indies starting on Wednesday.
Worldwide cricket will return after 117 days as England and West Indies have interaction in a three-match collection beginning on the spectator-less Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
Sporting actions have been suspended globally in March within the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
“We’re delighted on the resumption of worldwide cricket with England taking up the West Indies in a Take a look at collection starting tomorrow (July 8). I wish to thank the ECB for his or her tireless efforts in making certain that acceptable measures are in place to make sure the security and safety of members,” Sawhney mentioned in an ICC assertion.
Each groups are staying on the resort which is part of the Ageas Bowl stadium. The following two Exams shall be held on the Previous Trafford in Manchester.
“Precisely 4 months in the past to the day, the ICC Girls’s T20 World Cup closing was watched by thousands and thousands of followers the world over, and we’re certain the thrill stays as excessive.
“I want each groups and the match officers the perfect for what guarantees to be an thrilling collection.”