KingstonAll Caribbean gamers, who’ve participated within the at the moment postponed Indian Premier League, have returned residence due to the concerted efforts of BCCI and their respective franchises, stated West Indies Cricket CEO Johnny Grave.
The IPL needed to be postponed on Might 4 after a number of instances of COVID-19 had been found contained in the event’s bio-bubble, which was not as foolproof because the final version within the UAE.
The most effective gamers from the West Indies like their white ball captain Kieron Pollard, Jason Holder, Sunil Narine, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer and Fabien Allen had been a part of the league. In all, 9 West Indian cricketers participated within the occasion.
“Our IPL gamers, together with the West Indians who had been a part of the TV manufacturing, are actually safely again within the Caribbean.
We thank the @BCCI and IPL franchises for arranging their protected journey to the Caribbean so shortly. ”
– CEO of CWI @JohnnyGrave
– Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) May 9, 2021
“Our IPL gamers, together with the West Indians who had been a part of the TV manufacturing, are actually safely again within the Caribbean. We’re grateful to the BCCI and IPL franchises for arranging their protected journey to the Caribbean so shortly. stated Cricket West India tweeted.
Except the COVID-19 affected duo of CSK batting coach Michael Hussey and New Zealand Kolkata Knight Riders batsman Tim Seifert, all overseas gamers and help employees have left Indian shores.
All Australians, together with a number of New Zealanders, are at the moment within the Maldives awaiting journey after serving quarantine. Australia has imposed a ban on flights from India till Might 15 as a result of upsurge in COVID instances.
This was the rationale why Down Beneath gamers needed to journey to the Maldives for his or her quarantine as a substitute of going straight residence.