Pakistan Cricket Board decides not to shorten domestic season.

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided not to reduce the domestic cricket season due to corona virus. Director High Performance Nadeem Khan has said that he will try to conduct the entire domestic cricket season with precautionary measures. If the matches are less then their income will be less which is not appropriate in the current situation, we realize that the matches will not be reduced so that their income is not less, the players, match officials and other people. Do not want to suffer financial problems in any way.

A bio-secure environment is required to start sports activities and homework has been completed in this regard, health will not be compromised.

Sessions will be held for players, coaches, match referees, umpires, scorers and ground staff on Corona SOPs and biosecure environment, it is the responsibility to take care of everyone’s health.

Club cricket is amateur cricket, as it is our responsibility as the governing body to monitor club cricket, so the protocols will be taken care of, it is a very difficult task, and it is not easy to do it all there.

It is commendable that the government has allowed sports activities. We are announcing the back to cricket policy soon. The implementation of this policy will be ensured. All the homework regarding domestic cricket has been completed. Now is the time to implement it. Announcements regarding domestic cricket are being made soon. The domestic cricket season in Pakistan is set to begin next month with the T20 Cup, while the first-class season will begin in the third week of October.

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