Ban on Sri Lankan cricket crew lifted, ICC spokesperson
Colombo: The Worldwide Cricket Council withdrew internet hosting of the U-19 World Cup from Sri Lanka, now South Africa will host the mega occasion scheduled in January.
This was introduced by the ICC after the Govt Board conferences.
In keeping with the ICC spokesman, the ban on the Sri Lankan cricket crew has been lifted, now the Sri Lankan crew will proceed to take part in worldwide cricket matches, however the funds will likely be monitored by the ICC itself.
The ICC has additionally determined to make the charges of ladies’s match officers equal to males’s, and has additionally authorised the appointment of a impartial umpire in ladies’s competitions from January.
The ICC agreed to introduce a stop-clock on a trial foundation in ODIs and T20Is. A clock will likely be used to manage the time between overs.
If the bowling crew isn’t able to bowl the subsequent over inside 60 seconds of the completion of the earlier over, a penalty of 5 runs will likely be imposed for the third time within the innings.