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Two-season disqualification for manipulation of date of birth

The BCCI has a zero-tolerance policy for age fraud in sport and has taken strict action against cricketers found guilty of manipulating their date of birth certificates while registering for BCCI tournaments.

As conveyed to state associations at the start of the season, BCCI wishes to reiterate that from the 2018-19 season, any cricketer who is found guilty of tampering his/her date of birth will be disqualified and barred from participating in any BCCI tournament for a period of 2 years i.e. 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons.


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Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana to appear in WBBL 04

Smriti has been signed by Hobart Hurricanes while Harmanpreet will continue playing for Sydney Thunder
Harmanpreet Kaur captain of India and Smriti Mandhana of India during the India women's practice session at the Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, India on the 24th March 2018

Photo by Vipin Pawar / BCCI / SPORTZPICS

Harmanpreet Kaur has extended her association with Sydney Thunder and will continue to represent them in the fourth season of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). The Indian Women’s T20 captain was the top scorer for Thunder in the second season when she amassed 296 runs in 12 innings with a S/R of 117 and an average of 59.20 and was adjudged Thunder’s Player of the Tournament.

Smriti Mandhana, the vice-captain of India’s T20 side has been signed by Hobart Hurricanes. The attacking opening batter previously appeared for Brisbane Heat in the WBBL 02 season.

Having posted her maiden international hundred in an ODI against Australia at Blundstone Arena in 2016 in Tasmania, Smriti said she is looking forward to showcasing her talent for the new team. “I've heard from many players that the Hurricanes group is a great squad to be around and I can't wait to get to Tasmania for the matches,” she said.

Hurricanes’ coach Salliann Briggs said he was delighted with her squad's final signing. “Mandhana is a proven performer on the world stage, we saw that just last week with her knock against the Aussies,” she said. “I can't wait to see her in purple, she's an exciting addition not only for us but for the whole competition.”


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