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SBD Global/August 20, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies

League Notes: NBL CEO Fraser Neill Confident Brisbane Will Have Team For '15-16 Season

The pending six months’ salaries of 105 first class cricketers outside the national team who are under the renewed central contract have been transferred to their respective bank accounts, informed Nizamuddin Chowdhury yesterday, the acting CEO of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). - See more at: http://www.dhakatribune.com/cricket/2014/aug/19/first-class-cricketers-receive-six-months%E2%80%99-dues#sthash.yPFlU8pT.dpuf
The pending six months’ salaries of 105 first class cricketers outside the national team who are under the renewed central contract have been transferred to their respective bank accounts, informed Nizamuddin Chowdhury yesterday, the acting CEO of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). - See more at: http://www.dhakatribune.com/cricket/2014/aug/19/first-class-cricketers-receive-six-months%E2%80%99-dues#sthash.yPFlU8pT.dpuf
National Basketball League CEO Fraser Neill said that "his job is on the line if he does not get a Brisbane team back in the competition." It is one of the reasons he "is so confident the Queensland capital will have a team" start in the '15-16 season. Neill: "It’s one of my three KPIs [key performance indicators] in my job to get a team set up in Brisbane" (AAP, 8/19). ... Acting Bangladesh Cricket Board CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said that the pending six months’ salaries of 105 first class cricketers outside the national team who are under the renewed central contract "have been transferred to their respective bank accounts" (DHAKA TRIBUNE, 8/19). ... With the Bangalore Indian Super League franchise reportedly signing a termination letter with the organizers of the league, "these are uncertain times for the players who were snapped up by the side during the player’s auction in Mumbai last month." One former top India player, who was bought by the Bangalore franchise, "actually found out that the Sun Group, who bought the franchise, had signed the letter with ISL from newspaper reports a couple of days ago." The player said, "There were no calls or messages to let me know what was happening" (DECCAN HERALD, 8/18). ... The Qatar Stars League and Aspire Zone Foundation "signed an agreement that will enable QSL to utilise AZF’s Qatar-developed event management system, called Bridge, for its upcoming competitions." The online platform "provides a range of services for managing events, including accreditation, workforce management, transportation and other logistical support services" (THE PENINSULA, 8/19). ... Syndicator Dean Watt has "armed himself with the same legal team that represented Gai Waterhouse in the More Joyous affair," vowing to go as "far as we can physically go" to appeal against A$20,000 ($18,600) in fines handed down by Racing New South Wales stewards on Tuesday. Watt described the "severity of the fines as 'ridiculous' after penalties were handed down to the Dynamic Syndications boss and his son Adam over domains they established in the names of some of the syndicator's rivals" (SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 8/19).
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