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SBD Global/March 27, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Indian Premier League Orders Sri Lankan Players Out Of IPL Matches In Chennai
Published March 27, 2013
PLAYING HOST: IANS reported the Kerala Cricket Association "has offered to host" IPL matches at Kochi. KCA secretary T.C. Mathew said that "they would be glad to stage at Kochi all the matches that are scheduled in Chennai." Mathew: "We have already hosted IPL matches (fourth edition) in 2011, and we have no issues in organizing it this time. I am meeting Chief Minister Oommen Chandy to discuss this issue because we require the full support of the State Government and the Kochi Corporation" (IANS, 3/26).