Here are all the 1st-week highlights for the month of May.
Cricket may see some changes in the administration of some cricket organizations. By the end of August, Colin Graves will step down as ECB’s chairman to take up the chairmanship in the ICC. Meanwhile, Kumar Sangakkara has been offered an extension of his term as president of Marylebone Cricket Club.
READ MORE: Colin Graves Will Step Down in August
READ MORE: Sangakkara Extend His Term as MCC President
County cricket clubs also continue to terminate some of their import players due to some cost-cutting practices. As Gloucestershire cancels the contracts of Qais Ahmad and Andrew Tye, Surrey did the same for D’Arcy Short and Shadab Khan. Meanwhile, the T20 Blast League and the County Championship remain to be postponed amid COVID-19.
READ MORE: Gloucestershire Terminates Two More Contracts
READ MORE: Surrey Cancels Short and Khan’s Contracts
As cricket matches remain postponed, it is undeniable that cricket players miss playing. One of those is South African Jason Roy who shares his approval of playing cricket behind closed doors just to play once again. Another one is Australian Marnus Labuschagne who shared his disappointment that he’ll miss out his possible comeback for county cricket.
READ MORE: Jason Roy Approves of Cricket Behind Closed Doors
READ MORE: Labuschagne Misses Playing for Glamorgan
All cricket matches around the world remain to cancelled or postponed as COVID-19 stays as an uncontrollable pandemic. Once cricket matches resume, you may visit us at Betwala to be updated with the most credible cricket odds.
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