Indian Express – By:
PTI | Chennai | Published: October 10, 2018 1:14:01 Despite the CoA deciding to reduce BCCI’s quota of complimentary tickets, the TNCA thinks it would not be able to host the game under the new guidelines.

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  • By: PTI | Chennai | Published: October 10, 2018 1:14:01 Despite the CoA deciding to reduce BCCI’s quota of complimentary tickets, the TNCA thinks it would not be able to host the game under the new guidelines.
  • (Representational Image)There seems to be no clarity with regard to the conduct of the third T20 international between India and West Indies to be played at the M A Chidambaram stadium on November 11, with the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) sticking to its demand on complimentary tickets.
  • Despite the CoA deciding to reduce BCCI’s quota of complimentary tickets, the TNCA thinks it would not be able to host the game under the new guidelines.
  • The TNCA reiterated that it can host the third T20 international only by sticking to its old rules, with regard to the distribution of complimentary passes and tickets on preferential basis.
  • Also, a TNCA official denied a report in the media that said it (TNCA) would now be in a position to conduct the match in the wake of BCCI’s mail that clarified the complimentary tickets issue.


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