2022 October News Digest
In order to compensate for Mitchell Santner, who won’t be able to join the team until the weekend due to the birth of his first child last week, New Zealand has called up Blair Tickner for the next triseries in October. On Saturday, New Zealand plays Pakistan to start their campaign, and on Sunday, they play Bangladesh once again.
The ‘A’ squad will not be led by Test and ODI. Head coach Russell Domingo during their Chennai journey to play Tamil Nadu. According to a Bangladesh Cricket Board official on Tuesday (October 4).
Domingo will be available when the ‘A’ squad goes to the UAE to face Afghanistan. The BCB said earlier while removing Domingo from the T20I setup and handing over control of the shortest format to Sridharan Sriram. The trip was ultimately cancelled, but BCB later organised a travel to Chennai to play Tamil Nadu.
Domingo won’t be accessible with the “A” squad for the India tour, according to a BCB official. who told Cricbuzz that the trip was hurriedly planned and there were some logistical problems. Domingo, it was reported, also has other commitments.
On October 9, the Bangladesh “A” squad is anticipated to leave for two four-day games and three one-day matches.
Tim Paine will play First-Class cricket again after being selected for Tasmania’s Shield team. Their match against Queensland on October 6 in Brisbane.
In addition to not being given a contract by the team for the 2022–23 season. Which raised concerns about the future of his career. Paine hadn’t played for Tasmania since quitting as Test captain owing to an off-field issue.
But he is now anticipated to start the game on Thursday as the goalie. While backup wicketkeepers Ben McDermott and Jake Doran will play in T20I matches in place of regular keeper Matthew Wade. The regular keeper is away on a T20I assignment.
The board said in a statement on Monday that the inaugural SA20 tournament will start on January 10. Every season has a comparable window, according to CSA. Six clubs from the IPL are present in the league. Joburg Super Kings, Pretoria Capitals, Durban’s Super Giants, Sunrisers Eastern Cape, Paarl Royals, and MI Cape Town.
Shakib and Donald’s flight to New Zealand will be delayed
Allan Donald, the team’s fast bowling coach, will arrive in New Zealand on October 9 owing to ticket issues. According to Bangladesh Cricket Board officials. The head of BCB’s cricket operation. Jalal Yunus, said that because of a cancelled ticket, he was unable to join the team on time. Currently, he is expected to arrive on October 9.
A BCB representative also stated that Shakib al Hasan will arrive in Christchurch. On October 6 before the tri-series, which is anticipated to begin on October 7, begins. Shakib participated in the CPL and went on vacation while skipping the short-camp and two-match T20I series in the UAE.