Deodhar Trophy 2023–24 : Puducherry to Host the Biggest Cricket Showdown

After the IPL and WTC, Indian cricket will resume with back-to-back inter-zonal competitions for the Duleep Trophy and the Deodhar Trophy. Six zonal teams will compete in these championships, which will plane in a knockout style.

On June 28, Bangalore will once again host the multi-day Duleep Trophy. In adjacent Puducherry, there will be a 50-over match for the Deodhar Trophy. The Deodhar Trophy has not yet announced the scheduled dates.

The Duleep Trophy will play between the six zones of North, South, West, East, Central, and North East from June 28 to July 16. According to an exchange from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to the state units. Before the other four teams, who must first play two quarterfinal games, may advance on to the semifinals. The previous year’s champions, South and West, did so. Before the championship game, South and West will square out against the winners of the quarterfinals.

Abey Kuruvilla, BCCI GM of Game Development, gave the six zones orders to select their squads by June 15 . He establish a zonal selection committee and select a zonal convenor to handle the process as well as provide the Board updates. In addition, selecting auxiliary workers such a manager, coach, physiotherapist, trainer, performance analyst. He masseuse is an act the zonal convenors have to do.

As to the Kuruvilla communication to federal organisations, “All Zonal Convenors requested to conduct their respective selection committee meetings and submit the squad, including players and support staff, as per the above guidelines on or before Thursday.” Raju Kulkarni, a native in Mumbai and a former India Test player. He will take part at the West Zone selection committee meet on Thursday in Ahmedabad.

The one-day Deodhar Trophy competition will start in Puducherry next month and initially last from July 24 to August 3. The BCCI has supplied this information from a source. In 2019, the Deodhar Trophy was last awarded

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