The Jharkhand Premier League started without spectators in Corona, with six teams taking part
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has yet to announce the start dates of the domestic season due to the global epidemic, but the Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) on Tuesday called its T20 league-Jharkhand Premier League a normal event.
The league started with a simple audienceless event at the JSCA International Stadium in Ranchi. The six teams taking part in the tournament are lined up around the pitch. Because of Corona, the law of social distance was fully followed in the ceremony. Everyone had masks on their faces. Spectators were not present at the stadium. The ceremony began with the national anthem and balloons were released into the sky.
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The BCCI has not yet announced a domestic session due to the growing number of coroner cases in the country and it is believed that the domestic session will be shortened this time. There has been no more cricket in the country since March and the IPL, which started on March 29, will be held in three cities of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19 and the final will be on November 10. .
The Jharkhand Premier League is being held in the UAE without the famous Jharkhand players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ishan Kishan, Shahbaz Nadeem and Varun Aaron to take part in the IPL. The Jharkhand Premier League has six teams representing six regions of Jharkhand. This league will last 33 days. The six teams are Ranchi Riders, Dumka Daredevils, Dhanbad Dynamos, Singhbhum Strikers, Jamshedpur Jaglers and Bokaro Blasters.
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Only JSCA registered players from Jharkhand are participating in this league. About 100 players are taking part in the tournament. There is no team franchise or team owner in the tournament. The tournament is being held in a biosafety environment at the stadium.