Saurashtra’s Jaydeh Shah, who’s a part of BCCI’s newly-formed working group for home cricket, feels all age-group cricketers needs to be compensated for lack of video games final season and never simply Ranji gamers.
Shah, who’s a former Saurashtra captain, mentioned easy methods to compensate the cricketers and the quantum of the payout can be determined by the working group after due session with BCCI secretary Jay Shah and President Sourav Ganguly.
“The working group has just been formed and we will work with the guidance of Jay bhai (BCCI secretary). A time frame has not been set yet but I feel compensation, whatever the amount may be, should be given to all age-group cricketers,” Jaydev informed PTI.
The different members of the panel embrace former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin, Karnataka’s Santosh Menon, Assam’s Devajit Saikia, CAB’s Avishek Dalmiya, Uttar Pradesh’s Yudhvir Singh and Delhi’s Rohan Jaitely.
A home participant earns Rs 15-16 lakh per season but it surely was not the case final season with the Ranji Trophy being cancelled for the primary time in 87 years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Only the T20 and 50-over competitions have been held on the senior stage.
Jaydev additionally knowledgeable that veteran batsman Sheldon Jackson is all set to return to Saurashtra after spending a season with Puducherry.
Jackson, who’s a part of the Kolkata Knight Riders squad this IPL season, had moved to Puducherry as an outstation participant after guiding Saurashtra to their maiden Ranji Trophy in March 2020.
“He has got the NOC from Puducherry and we are happy that he is back. He is a senior and an important player for us,” Jaydev added.
The 2021-2022 season home season begins with the ladies’s one-day competitors in September-October whereas the boys begin the 12 months with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in October-November.
The premier occasion, Ranji Trophy, can be staged from November 16 to February 19.