Cricket

Atul Wassan to head DDCA's new Cricket Advisory Committee

  • Press Trust of India
  • December 4th, 2020
  • 14:01:09 IST

New Delhi: The Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) on Friday named former India player Atul Wassan as the chairperson of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) for the upcoming season.

The three-member committee also comprises former India internationals Parvinder Awana and Robin Singh Junior.

This is the first cricketing policy decision taken by new DDCA president Rohan Jaitley.

The CAC is entitled to make recommendations to the DDCA president on the appointment of selection committees, coaches, support staff as per Article 29 of the Articles of Association of the governing body.

The terms and conditions for appointments of all cricketing posts (selectors, support staff, coaches, managers) will also be decided by the CAC.

The recommendations can only be put forth as and when BCCI announces the tournament schedule in light of the prevailing COVID-19 situation.

"The committee shall be responsible for maintaining the highest standards of transparency in each and every aspect," Jaitley was quoted as saying in the notification issued on Friday.

Updated Date: December 04, 2020 14:01:09 IST

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