CCDM dismisses possibility of two foreign players in DPL SL

CCDM dismissed two-player idea

Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis (CCDM)’s co-ordinator Amin Khan has dismissed the possibility of playing two foreign players in the Super League phase of the Dhaka Premier League (DPL), saying that each team will field one overseas player in their match or matches.
As the Bangladesh national pool players are now in Ireland to play the tri-angular series with New Zealand and the host country ahead of their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales, CCDM had earlier wanted to allow two overseas players in the Super League so that the competition in this phase could be increased. But No clubs showed their interest in it. So, their main target is to finish the league as early as possible.
“We’ve information that the players are suffering due to the ongoing heat wave. So it would be better for us to finish the Super League as soon as possible,” said Amin Khan.
“No clubs apply to us for playing two foreign players in the Super League. They are satisfied with the way we finishing the first phase of the league,” Khan told media.


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– Jannatul Naym Pieal, Correspondent,

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