Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Good news for the support staff of Indian Women's Cricket team

Delhi, India.
The Indian women's cricket team's support staff will no longer be appointed on an ad hoc basis; instead, long-term contracts will be offered by the BCCI.

The Cricket Advisory Committee is supposed to select the head coach, while the selectors select the support staff, according to the BCCI's constitution.

However, the BCCI has appointed coaches from the National Cricket Academy on a temporary basis in violation of the rule regarding the women's team support staff, which includes batting, fielding, and bowling coaches.

Since the firing of Ramesh Powar in December, the ladies' cricket crew is without a lead trainer and, surprisingly, played the T20 World Cup in February without the top of the training staff.

The senior women's team hasn't won a world championship yet, so streamlining the coaching process will be the first step in getting ready for the next ICC event.

The media privileges for the home season, both global and homegrown for the 2023-2027 cycle, was additionally essential for the plan however no substantial choice was taken regarding the matter.

This is good news for the support staff since they were worried about long term work and wanted to confirm if they can have security of a job. 

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