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No cricketer should play IJPL T20: BCCI to State units

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NEW DELHI, Sept 11: The BCCI has written to its affiliated units stating that their registered players should not participate in the unsanctioned Indian Junior Players League (IJPL), scheduled in Dubai from September 19 to 29.

The matches are supposed to be played at the ICC Academy Ground in Dubai. During a recent launch of the event, the organisers also used the ICC logo in their flexiboard along with other sponsors. The email that BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary sent to the States is in possession of PTI.

The teams have been named Gujarat Greats, Kolkata Strikers, Bangalore Stars, Assam Rangers, Pune Panthers, Delhi Dashers, Ranchi Boosters, Punjab Tigers, Dehradun Rockers, UP Heroes, Hyderabad Hawks, Chennai Champs, Rajasthan Roarers, Mumbai Masters, MP Warriors, and Haryana Hurricanes. � PTI

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No cricketer should play IJPL T20: BCCI to State units

NEW DELHI, Sept 11: The BCCI has written to its affiliated units stating that their registered players should not participate in the unsanctioned Indian Junior Players League (IJPL), scheduled in Dubai from September 19 to 29.

The matches are supposed to be played at the ICC Academy Ground in Dubai. During a recent launch of the event, the organisers also used the ICC logo in their flexiboard along with other sponsors. The email that BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary sent to the States is in possession of PTI.

The teams have been named Gujarat Greats, Kolkata Strikers, Bangalore Stars, Assam Rangers, Pune Panthers, Delhi Dashers, Ranchi Boosters, Punjab Tigers, Dehradun Rockers, UP Heroes, Hyderabad Hawks, Chennai Champs, Rajasthan Roarers, Mumbai Masters, MP Warriors, and Haryana Hurricanes. � PTI

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