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BCCI announces new contract system for Indian Cricket

A new category (A+) is introduced for Team India Men and (C) for Team India Women. The Domestic Match fee structure will witness an over 200 per cent hike in each category.
India celebrates winning the third test during the fourth day of the third Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and India held at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa on the 27th January 2018

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The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) for BCCI on Wednesday announced the Annual Player Contracts for the period from October 2017 to September 2018. The CoA was of the view that the performance and position of Indian Cricket needs to be recognised with the fee structure comparable to the best in the world.

The highlights of the new payment structure are as under-

1.Team India (Senior Men)

(i) Introduction of a new category : A+

(ii) New retainership fee structure

 

 Period

Grade A +

 Grade A

Grade B

 Grade C

Oct 2017 to Sept 2018

INR 7 Cr

INR 5 Cr

INR 3 Cr

INR 1 Cr 


2.Team India (Senior Women)

(i) Introduction of a new category : C

 Period

Grade A

 Grade B

Grade C

Oct 2017 to Sept 2018

INR 50 Lakhs

INR 30 Lakhs

INR 10 Lakhs


3 Domestic Cricket (Season 2017-18)

(i) Focus on the increase in Match fee and an upfront payment model for Domestic Cricketers

•The Domestic Match fee structure will witness an over 200 per cent hike in each category.

Men’s Domestic (Fee per day)

INR

INR

Category

Playing XI

Reserves

Senior

35,000

17,500

U23

17,500

8,750

U19

10,500

5,250

U16

3,500

1,750

 

 

Women’s Domestic (Fee per day)

INR

INR

Category

Playing XI

Reserves

Senior

12,500

6,250

U23

5,500

2,750

U19 / U16

5,500

2,750

• T20 match fee = 50 % of the respective category.

Distribution of Annual Player Contracts Team India (Senior Men)

Grade

S.No.

Athletes

A +

1

Mr Virat Kohli

2

Mr Rohit Sharma

3

Mr Shikhar Dhawan

4

Mr Bhuvneshwar Kumar

5

Mr Jasprit Bumrah

 

A

1

Mr Ravichandran Ashwin

2

Mr Ravindra Jadeja

3

Mr Murali Vijay

4

Mr Cheteshwar Pujara

5

Mr Ajinkya Rahane

6

Mr MS Dhoni

7

Mr Wridhhiman Saha

 

B

1

Mr KL Rahul

2

Mr Umesh Yadav

3

Mr Kuldeep Yadav

4

Mr Yuzvendra Chahal

5

Mr Hardik Pandya

6

Mr Ishant Sharma

7

Mr Dinesh Karthik

 

C

1

Mr Kedar Jadhav

2

Mr Manish Pandey

3

Mr Axar Patel

4

Mr Karun Nair

5

Mr Suresh Raina

6

Mr Parthiv Patel

7

Mr Jayant Yadav


Distribution of Annual Player Contracts Team India (Senior Women)

Grade

S.No.

Athletes

A

1

Ms Mithali Raj

2

Ms Jhulan Goswami

3

Ms Harmanpreet Kaur

4

Ms Smriti Mandhana

 

B

1

Ms Poonam Yadav

2

Ms Veda Krishnamurthy

3

Ms Rajeshwari Gayakwad

4

Ms Ekta Bisht

5

Ms Shikha Pandey

6

Ms Deepti Sharma

 

C

1

Ms Mansi Joshi

2

Ms Anuja Patil

3

Ms Mona Meshram

4

Ms Nuzhat Parveen

5

Ms Sushma Verma

6

Ms Punam Raut

7

Ms Jemimah Rodrigues

8

Ms Pooja Vastrakar

9

Ms Taniya Bhatia


The CoA recognises that the actual income of the BCCI fluctuates on an annual basis depending on the number of home matches Team India (Senior Men) plays. Hence, to insulate the player compensation, the CoA has sanctioned the creation of a Players Revenue / Compensation Equalization Fund” (PR/CEF) to which the BCCI will contribute approximately INR 125 Cr per annum from its surplus .

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Anuja Patil to lead India A against Australia Women

The two warm-up matches will be played in Mumbai

The All-India Women's Selection Committee has named the India A Women’s squad for the two warm-up matches against Australia Women to be played in Mumbai.

After the completion of the warm-up games, Australia Women will head to Baroda for the three-match Paytm ODI series against India Women as part of the ICC Women’s Championship (2017-2020).

India A squad:

1. Anuja Patil (Captain)

2. Priya Punia

3. Sarika Koli

4. Dayalan Hemalatha

5. Neha Tanwar

6. Tanushree Sarkar

7. Nishu Choudhary

8. Kavita Patil

9. Meghna Singh

10. Shanti Kumari

11. Nuzhat Parween (wk)

12. T P Kanwar

13. Preeti Bose

14. S Asha

The schedule is as below:

Australia Women's Tour of  India (warm-up games)

 

S. No.

Date

Match

Venue

 

1

6-March

 India A v Australia

BKC, Mumbai

 

2

8-March

India A v Australia

BKC, Mumbai

 


Amitabh Choudhary

Acting Hon. Secretary

BCCI

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