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BCCI invites state units to watch India vs Australia T20 WC match & exchange ideas

BCCI invites state units to watch India vs Australia T20 WC match & exchange ideas

This event presents a valuable opportunity for the BCCI and state associations to come together.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has extended a special invitation to representatives of all state cricket associations. This exciting event, scheduled for June 24th in Mumbai, promises a unique blend of cricket action, brainstorming sessions, and a chance to explore the BCCI’s recently renovated headquarters.

BCCI to discuss future

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, in his communication to the state associations, highlighted the importance of regular interaction and collaboration.

He stated as per TOI, “It has been sometime since we have met in person and had discussions on important topics…I feel (that) it is imperative that we meet from time to time and have regular informal discussion on the issues concerning cricket and how to further improve cricket in India.”

Officials to watch India vs Australia

The event promises a lively exchange of ideas, focusing on the betterment of Indian cricket. This will be followed by a live screening of the much-anticipated India vs Australia T20 World Cup match, allowing attendees to witness cricketing excellence firsthand.

Showcasing BCCI new HQ

The BCCI is also eager to showcase its recently renovated headquarters in Mumbai. This state-of-the-art facility signifies the board’s commitment to progress and modernization.

Opportunity for Collaboration

This event presents a valuable opportunity for the BCCI and state associations to come together. By fostering open communication and collaboration, they can work towards a shared vision for the future of Indian cricket.

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High-voltage T20 World Cup match awaits

For cricket fans associated with state units, the chance to witness the India-Australia clash alongside fellow officials adds an extra layer of excitement to this unique gathering.

This invitation from the BCCI signifies a proactive approach towards building a stronger cricketing ecosystem in India. By prioritizing open communication and collaboration, the BCCI and state associations can pave the way for a bright cricketing future.

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