Arun Dhumal, the treasurer of BCCI, reveals India cricket players will be soon featuring themselves in cricket as the board is hopeful of organizing the training camps in the second half of June.
BCCI to hold training camps after 15th June
Arun discussed that amidst the situation, multiple venues cannot be considered, hence, they have decided to restrict players to one venue; National Cricket Academy. Once the travel eases in the country, cricket can go in full swing.
“We have shortlisted venues, NCA is one, rest options being discussed but we are hopeful that in the second half of June, a camp will be possible if things keep on improving and especially with travel restrictions being eased,” BCCI Treasurer said while speaking to Times Now.
Maintaining the statements, he revealed that NCA is currently studying the guidelines adhered to by the state government to reach the conclusion regarding venues.
“National Cricket Academy (NCA) is studying the guidelines given by state governments and we are discussing all possibilities, like potential venues and travel. Once we are 100% sure that we can get the players to one particular venue, we will.