Jaydev Shah, president of Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA), said initially they are planning to have the camp with Rajkot-based cricketers at their Khandheri Stadium.
Sourav Ganguly says BCCI will try to host England tour of India at home, but are monitoring COVID-19 situation
England are scheduled to tour India next year between January and March for five Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals.
Faiz Fazal also shared his experience of being a captain and how difficult it is to be a captain.
BCCI eyes 19 November as tentative date to begin domestic season; IPL players could miss initial rounds
The BCCI is mulling 19 November as tentative date for start of domestic season with Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament but Indian players in various IPL teams won't be able to play first few rounds due to quarantine protocols in place.
Baroda Cricket Association says continuing with Dave Whatmore as coach will be difficult due to BCCI's new SOPs
Whatmore, 66, was appointed by Baroda as the coach of its Ranji Trophy team and also Director of Cricket in April this year.
Turning Point: 'Play each ball as if your life depends on it,' advice that launched Sanjay Manjrekar's career
Former Mumbai cricketer Milind Rege's timely advice changed the course of Sanjay Manjrekar's career. From a batsman who would often get out after getting in, he transformed into an insatiable run-scoring machine.
Sheldon Jackson says a 1000-run season with Puducherry could get more attention than what he did at Saurashtra
Having represented Saurashtra across age groups over an 18-year period, Jackson said it was time to explore new avenues as a professional cricketer.
Sheldon Jackson quits Saurashtra after nine years, to play for Puducherry in next Ranji Trophy season
Jackson made his debut for Saurashtra in 2011 and scored 5634 runs in first-class cricket at an average of 49.42, including 19 hundreds and 27 half-centuries.
After an impressive Test debut against the West Indies, Shaw was handed an eight-month ban for a doping violation.
Though coronavirus cases continue to rise rapidly in India and uncertainty remains around the resumption of professional cricket, Pujara said he hit the nets at just the right time.
Cheteshwar Pujara practices in nets with Saurashtra teammates three months after first Ranji Trophy win
Pujara has been training at his academy, located in the outskirts of Rajkot, alongside Unadkat, batsman Arpit Vasavada and medium pacer Prerak Mankad.
'Have got a few offers and discussions are on': Ashok Dinda aims for fresh start with new team after being sidelined by Bengal
Bengal's second highest wicket-taker after Utpal Chatterjee, Dinda was ousted following an ugly spat with bowling coach Ranadeb Bose. Putting the controversy behind, Bengal moved on and went on to finish runners-up in Ranji Trophy for the first in 13 years.
Sreesanth's ban for his alleged involvement in the IPL spot-fixing scandal comes to an end in September this year
Jaffer wants a rejigged domestic season to ensure that the players get enough breaks and are not rushed into tournaments.
The Fort police said the body was over 36 hours old and was in a decomposed state.
The last 4-5 years have been a bumpy journey for Sarfaraz Khan. The ups and downs and the struggles from a very young age made Sarfaraz mentally strong. Here's the story of his stellar comeback.
Erapalli Prasanna played international cricket on his own terms. That’s hardly surprising, because he has lived his entire life on his own terms, too.
BCCI's attempts to transfer prize money to junior cricketers get delayed due to Rs 50,000 cap on 'Jan Dhan' accounts
Payments to a handful of junior cricketers, about six of them, were delayed after transactions did not go ahead because of the upper limit of Rs 50,000 on cash deposits in 'Jan Dhan' accounts
In the tangle created by fixing, chargesheets, judgments, rule books, Chavan, at 34, remains a big question for the forces fighting match fixing in the sport.
Chuni Goswami brought a sense of fitness into Bengal cricket team, says former India spinner Dilip Doshi
Even the harshest of conditions would not weaken the fighting spirit of Subimal 'Chuni' Goswami, who also brought a "sense of fitness" into cricket from football, former India spinner Dilip Doshi said on Saturday, hailing the sporting giant.