The (ICC) on Thursday introduced the postponement of collection 9 of the ICC Males’s Cricket International Cup League 2 and the second one ICC Males’s Cricket International Cup Problem League B because of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. “As a part of the ICC’s complete contingency making plans procedure throughout all ICC occasions and after session with Participants and with the related govt and public well being government the verdict has been taken to put off each collection,” ICC mentioned in a commentary.
Collection 9 of the Males’s CWC League 2 was once to happen between July four and 11 in Scotland, with the hosts, Nepal and Namibia competing in six One Day Internationals.
The ICC Problem League B was once because of happen in Uganda from August 3-13, the 15 suits have been scheduled to happen in the second one League B match of the contest which concerned the hosts, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Italy, Jersey and Kenya.
The ICC will paintings with all taking part Participants to spot when each collection – which shape a part of the ICC Males’s Cricket International Cup 2023 qualification procedure – will be capable to be staged.
ICC Head of Occasions, Chris Tetley mentioned: “With ongoing world trip restrictions and international well being considerations nonetheless in position and on govt and public well being authority recommendation in terms of COVID-19 now we have determined in partnership with Participants, to put off two additional qualifying collection which shape a part of the pathway to the Males’s Cricket International Cup in 2023.”
“Collection 9 of the Males’s CWC League 2 which was once to be hosted in Scotland and the second one collection of Problem League B because of happen in Uganda have each been impacted. We can now paintings with hosts and Participants to discover a window the place they are able to be safely and almost rescheduled. The ICC’s precedence is still to give protection to the well-being of avid gamers, coaches, officers, fanatics and the entire cricket group,” he added.
All world cricket has been suspended since March because of coronavirus, and the collection between England-West Indies in July will mark the go back of world cricket.