ICC rules in favour of Pakistan women’s team, says India ‘forfeited’ matches
NOV 23, (DNA) -ICC Technical Committee on Wednesday ruled that the Indian women’s cricket team is deemed to have forfeited each of three planned matches against Pakistan in the ICC Women’s Championship Round 6, ICC reported.
The matches in question were due to be played between Aug 1 and Oct 31 2016. However, these matches were not formally scheduled and ultimately did not take place.
Although the Technical Committee was sensitive to the current state of relations between India and Pakistan, it concluded that the BCCI had not been able to establish ‘acceptable reasons’ for not participating in this series.
The ICC Technical Committee made the decision after consideration of written petitions from the Pakistan Cricket Board and the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
The associated points ─ two points for each match ─ will be awared to Pakistan, and India will be considered to have scored 0 runs in each of the 50 overs in each match.
The decision will have no effect on ICC Womens Championship Points Table, and the Pakistan women’s team remains at 7th place, whereas the Indian women’s team remains at 5th place.=DNA
Pak vs Aus PM XI: Pakistan bowlers struggle during third day
Pakistan’s bowlers could only take two wickets during the third day of the practice matchRead More
Test skipper Shan Masood hits century in Australia warm-up
Canberra: New Test skipper Shan Masood hit an unbeaten 156 on Wednesday in a warm-upRead More