BCCI plans to launch its domestic season 2021-22 in September this year with the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament and also released a quarterly window to the Ranji Trophy in December after the tent event had to be canceled last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. .
However, the Duleep Trophy, Deodhar Trophy and Irani Cup are not part of the preliminary calendar prepared by the cricket operations team. Apart from that, five women’s competitions have also been dropped from the list.
PTI has access to the preliminary internal calendar prepared and discussed at Friday’s Apex Council meeting.
The 2020-21 season was severely disrupted, with only the T20 (Mushtaq Ali) and ODI (Vijay Hazare Trophy) national championships being held following the pandemic. Only the National One-Day Meeting was organized for women.
Against the backdrop of a second wave of COVID-19 cases across India, BCCI still hopes to hold the national season by age groups for men and women after a shortened last season.
With India playing the T20 World Cup in October and mega IPL Auctions next year it is understood that all stakeholders want to start with two white ball tournaments – Mushtaq Ali T20 between the “middle”
From September to October “, followed by the Vijay Hazare Trophy in November.
The Ranji Trophy, India’s premier tournament that was canceled for the first time in 87 years in 2020, is scheduled between December and March for the upcoming season.
BCCI also ranks U-23 tournaments for men and women, along with U-19 events that did not take place last season.
Performances in the U-19 One Day Challenger along with the Cooch Behar Trophy and the Vinoo Mankad Trophy will help select India’s Colts for next year’s ICC U-19 World Cup.
The Women’s T20 as well as the ODI Challenger Trophy will not be played alongside versions of these events until age 23. The Challenger T20 trophy for women under 19 will also not be played.
Complete calendars (preliminary)
Syed Mushtaq Ali (T20) (mid-September-October, ’21)
Vijay Hazare Trophy (One Day) (November, ’21)
Ranji Trophy (first class) (December ’21 – March ’22)
National U-23 One Day (mid-October-November, ’21)
CK Nayudu Trophy (format days) (December, ’21 -March ’22)
Vinoo Mankad (One Day) (October, ’21)
U-19 One-Day Challenger (November, ’21)
Cooch Behar (Multi Day) (November ’21 – January ’22)
U-16 for boys
Vijay Merchant Trophy (Multi Day) (October-December, ’21)
Senior Women’s League T20 (October, ’21)
One Day League for Older Women (November, ’21)
U-23 T20 Women’s League (December, ’21)
U-23 Women’s One-Day League (January, ’22)
U-19 T20 League (January, ’22)
U-19 One Day League (last week of March, ’22)
University cricket between the zones
Vizzy Tropy (Men)
(April, 2022). PTI BS KHS PM