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Ishan Kishan Opts Out of Ranji Trophy Yet Again

Ishan Kishan, a wicketkeeper-batsman who plays local cricket for Jharkhand, missed the final round of matches that began on Friday. This meant that he would still not be in the Ranji Trophy.

Deepak Chahar and Shreyas Iyer were also not there. But Iyer was having trouble with his lower back and groyne. For first-class cricket, these three players—Kishan, Chahar, and Iyer—were told to only play for their state teams.

Mandatory Participation

Not long ago, BCCI secretary Jay Shah was asked about players who are nationally contracted but don’t show up for domestic tournaments. Shah said he would send a message telling all fit nationally contracted players that they need to be ready to be picked for domestic cricket.

“If you are fit then no excuse will be entertained,” he told us. “This means that all players who are centrally contracted have to play.” The judges, not the players, decide what will happen to him! The player has to play if he is good at red ball.

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah

Kumar Kushagra Fills in for Ishan Kishan

Even though Kishan wasn’t there, Kumar Kushagra kept taking wickets for Jharkhand. Jharkhand is playing Rajasthan at home. They have only won one of their six games so far and have ten points.

Kishan asked for a break in the middle of India’s tour of South Africa. He has been working with Hardik Pandya, the new captain of the Mumbai Indians, in Baroda.

Mumbai, Iyer’s home team, has already made it to the quarterfinals. They have one more league game left, which is also at home against Assam.

Kumar Kushagra

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  1. Pawan

    February 17, 2024 at 7:27 am

    this is really so sad news.

  2. Param

    February 17, 2024 at 7:36 am

    mujhe yeh sab information mere personal number peh send karo bhai

  3. Abhi1

    February 17, 2024 at 7:47 am

    can you give me some more information about this plz

  4. Pawan

    February 19, 2024 at 7:24 am

    i really like him alot

  5. Abhi1

    February 19, 2024 at 7:57 am

    very interesting i would love to read some more about it

  6. Sumit1

    February 19, 2024 at 7:59 am

    ese acgha tops kah seh late ho

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