Afghanistan cricketers can’t play more than 3 league
CRICDOT DESK : The Afghanistan Cricket Commission may allow domestic cricket players to participate in only three T20 franchise-based leagues to ensure availability in national tournaments.
ACB recently established a 14-member technical committee to observe and review the current structure of cricket. After the evaluation, we created a new action plan to raise the standard. The Commission must report to ACB management a concrete plan of what the Board needs to do to govern, so it discusses various aspects of advancing the game domestically. I had already met several times. Better than the game.
Afghan cricket players are a popular item in the world of T20 franchise-based cricket. They feature regularly in almost every big T20 tournament around the globe at the expense of skipping their domestic tournaments, considering their presence is extremely low in competitions played in their own backyard.
“Our (Technical committee) plan is to discuss with ACB highups regarding the participation of our leading national cricketers in the domestic tournament,” Raees Ahmadzai, part of the newlyformed technical committee, told Cricbuzz. “Maybe the Afghanistan Cricket Board will reduce their (players’) participation in different franchise leagues and ask the players to take part in only three franchisebased T20 leagues in a year and they can choose their options as it is their choice,” he said.
“There are the recommendations from the selection committee that in different Test nations, firstclass cricket is a priority and we have to follow the same path as players will need to play firstclass cricket to get selected in Test squad,” he said. “You know T20 team selection is easy as most of our players are playing in different T20 leagues around the world. But if your top cricket player doesn’t participate in domestic cricket, the new generation won’t be a good cricket player.
Let’s take a look. However, I am confident that more than 90% of domestic players will participate in domestic cricket by next year, “he said. Dawlat Khan Ahmadzai, Ihsan Obaid, Menhaj Raz, Mohammad Khan, Nazeem Jar, Mohammad Salam Afghan, Nawroz Mangal, Noor Malikzai, Raees Khan Ahmadzai, Shahid Alokozai, Taj Malik Alam invite curators from overseas to train local staff. can. A wicket that encourages quick bowlers. And the cricket committee was discussing … I know that other local curators need good curators to help make new good wickets for fast bowlers, “he said. Apart from attending various ICC and ACC events over the next two years.
Afghanistan will start the 2022 season in January, the Netherlands will host the three-game ODI series at Qatar ODI, which is part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, and Australia and Pakistan will host three ODIs. They will then travel to India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to play three series (away) in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League by 2023 earlier this year.