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India’s Men’s Domestic Competitions list announced for 2021-22

After the COVID-19 Pandemic, BCCI announced 2127 India’s domestic games including Ranji Trophy, Vijay Hazare Trophy, and Men’s U19 One Day Challenge. A total of nine Men’s Domestic Competitions, which are starting from 20th October and play until 6th December 2021. So Check out below the Men’s Domestic Competitions 2021-22: Upcoming India Domestic Schedule.

A total of 38 teams are participating in the Ranji Trophy, Vijay Hazare Trophy, and the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. BCCI secretary said, This announcement of the domestic competitions will come as a boost for several cricketers, who have struggled during the pandemic times.

Also CHECK: India International Cricket Team Schedule For 2021-22

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (T20) Senior trophy will play between 20th October to 12th November 2021. Ranji Trophy 2021 senior will play from 16th November 2021 to 19th February 2022.

Vijay Hazare Trophy (One Day) will start on 23rd February 2022 and the final match will play on 26th March 2022. And Men’s U19 One Day Challenger will start on 3rd November and finished on 9th November 2021.

Mens Domestic Competitions 2021-22: India Domestic Schedule

Here is the table of Upcoming Men’s Domestic Competitions 2021-22

TournamentTYPEAge GroupStart DateEnd Date
Syed Mushtaq Ali TrophyT20Senior20th October 202112th November 2021
Ranji TrophyMulti-DaySenior16th November 202119th February 2022
Vijay Hazare TrophyOne DaySenior23rd February 202226th March 2022
Col C K Nayudu Trophy – LeagueMulti-DayUnder 2318th November 202112th December 2021
Men’s State AOne DayUnder 2323rd February 202226th March 2022
Vinoo Mankad TrophyOne DayUnder 1928th September 202129th October 2021
Men’s U19 One Day ChallengerOne DayUnder 193rd November 20219th November 2021
Cooch Behar TrophyMulti-DayUnder 1914th November 20217th February 2022
Vijay Merchant TrophyMulti-DayUnder 161st October 20216th December 2021

BCCI secretary, Jay Shah Said, “The BCCI is confident of hosting the domestic season with health and safety of players and all people involved being paramount”

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