MORE THAN 1000 BOYS from Maharashtra turned up for the trials of season 1 of T 10 Cricket League™ India at the Central Maidan, Thane.
IT'S ALL CLEAR NOW. The confusion surrounding the IPL player retention which made headlines for the past few weeks is now settled. After the IPL Governing Council met yesterday, it has been reported that teams will be allowed to retain a maximum of 5 players going into the players' auction in 2018.
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Mumbai Indians announced that they had parted ways with their long-time fielding coach Jonty Rhodes.
TO GIVE players a respite from the Delhi’s toxic smog and air pollution, the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) is soon set to discuss with BCCI about the possibility of shifting Delhi Daredevils’ home matches to Thiruvananthapuram.
FORMER INDIA SKIPPER Sourav Ganguly spoke about the raging pollution issue that is being faced during the ongoing third and the final Test against Sri Lanka in Delhi.
IPL retention and auction is all about chaos and confusion. By now it should have been clear on how the player retention policy would work going ahead into the 10th edition of the league.