Sri Lanka Cricket organised two residential coaching camps for the nationwide workforce squad final month.
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- Inter-club T20 event, which was halted in March, to resume from July 14
- No spectators to be allowed in the home T20 event
- The event to adhere to well being ministry directions
Domestic cricket in Sri Lanka will resume on Tuesday without spectators, the nation’s cricket board mentioned on Wednesday.
Lockdown and curfews have ceased in Sri Lanka, the place the whole variety of infections was reported to be 2,084 on Wednesday.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) organised two residential coaching camps for the nationwide workforce squad final month and motion would resume subsequent week with an inter-Club Twenty20 cricket event, which was halted by the pandemic in mid-March.
SLC chief government Ashley de Silva mentioned the event would adhere to well being ministry directions on the protection of the gamers and officers.
“The SLC has taken steps to commence these activities under the guidance of the sports and health ministries as the country is gradually recovering from the coronavirus,” de Silva mentioned.
England, India and Bangladesh have postponed their excursions of Sri Lanka due to the pandemic.
The SLC has supplied to stage this 12 months’s Indian Premier League (IPL), which has been jeopardised by the pandemic which has claimed greater than 20,000 lives in India, the third most affected nation.