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SBD Global/September 16, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Board Of Control For Cricket In India Wants Bigger Cut Of ICC Profits
Published September 16, 2013
BCCI TO PUSH FOR RULE CHANGES: In Mumbai, Dwaipayan Datta reported the BCCI is "set to push for some rule changes" in the forthcoming Chief Executives Committee meeting of the ICC next week. The sub-continental boards will ask to "abolish the two-new-balls rule for One-dayers." As per present playing conditions, "two new balls are used from two ends and that is creating major problems for the spinners" (TIMES OF INDIA, 9/15).
FORMER PCB CHAIR SPEAKS OUT: The PTI reported former Pakistan Cricket Board Chair Khalid Mehmood "has advised the present PCB set-up against accepting any BCCI invitation to play a proposed tri-series with Sri Lanka in India later this year." Mehmood said that the PCB "should not make compromises on its home series for the sake of accomodating the Indian board" (PTI, 9/15).