Tandon Objected To Chandigarh Cricket Association, Demanded Ban From Bcci

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Chandigarh. UT Cricket Association (UTCA) President Sanjay Tandon has prominently raised the interference of the neighboring Board of UTCA’s jurisdiction at the 90th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI held in Kolkata. Tandon opposed the Chandigarh Cricket Association (CAA) being run by the Haryana Cricket Association (HCA) within the purview of Chandigarh and urged for a ban on it.
Tandon also objected to the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) using the Sector-16 cricket stadium for hosting domestic matches in the past. According to him, UTCA is well capable of hosting individual tournaments of BCCI as well as jointly. Taking forward the demand to make UTCA a full-time member, Tandon also urged for a grant to manage the cricket ground in the city, so that cricket in the city can be taken to a new level. He said that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly took cognizance of this and said that he would provide relief to UTCA by taking concrete steps in this direction.
Tandon supported the increase in the fees of cricket players
During the meeting, Tandon supported the increase in the fees of domestic players by the board. Sanjay Tandon, representing UTCA at the AGM, said that this initiative will instil encouragement among the players. He said that the fees for the current playing XI players (Rs 35,000) and reserve players (17,500) of the Seniors Players format have been increased from Rs 60,000 to Rs 30,000 respectively, depending on the experience of the game, while the playing XI players in the Women’s Seniors (Rs. 12,500) and reserve players (Rs 6,250) to twenty thousand and ten thousand respectively. He said that there has been a significant increase in other formats as well.

Chandigarh. UT Cricket Association (UTCA) President Sanjay Tandon has prominently raised the interference of the neighboring Board of UTCA’s jurisdiction at the 90th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI held in Kolkata. Tandon opposed the Chandigarh Cricket Association (CAA) being run by the Haryana Cricket Association (HCA) within the purview of Chandigarh and urged for a ban on it.

Tandon also objected to the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) using the Sector-16 cricket stadium for hosting domestic matches in the past. According to him, UTCA is well capable of hosting individual tournaments of BCCI as well as jointly. Taking forward the demand to make UTCA a full-time member, Tandon also urged for a grant to manage the cricket ground in the city, so that cricket in the city can be taken to a new level. He said that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly took cognizance of this and said that he would provide relief to UTCA by taking concrete steps in this direction.

Tandon supported the increase in the fees of cricket players

During the meeting, Tandon supported the increase in the fees of domestic players by the board. Sanjay Tandon, representing UTCA at the AGM, said that this initiative will instil encouragement among the players. He said that the fees for the current playing XI players (Rs 35,000) and reserve players (17,500) of the Seniors Players format have been increased from Rs 60,000 to Rs 30,000 respectively, depending on the experience of the game, while the playing XI players in the Women’s Seniors (Rs. 12,500) and reserve players (Rs 6,250) to twenty thousand and ten thousand respectively. He said that there has been a significant increase in other formats as well.

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