Covid-19 Return Emerging Cricket Updates

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Students and teachers outdoors. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland - April 23, 2016: Students and teachers outdoors on Campus ground at cricket field. College students and teachers, Campus ground.

With countries coming out of Covid-19 restrictions, many cricketing boards across the associate landscape have begun to announce plans for a return to domestic and international cricket in the near future.

Keep up to date with competition and training return dates here as news comes to hand.

Confirmed Returns:
Jersey Cricket announces domestic return date
Hong Kong returns to training
T20 World Cup & Asia Cup Announcements delayed till next month
Czech Republic Cricket competitions to resume June 20
Tanzania Cricket Team back in training
Ireland Cricketers return to training

Update Archive – June

June 11: Ireland Cricketers return to training
Ireland Cricket today announced that 30 of Ireland’s cricketers, both male and female, have returned to training in hubs across the country.

A statement by the Irish Cricket Board said: “More than 30 of Ireland’s elite cricketers return to training this week at three dedicated hubs across Ireland, with the senior men’s and women’s squads undertaking modified training sessions in accordance with Cricket Ireland’s COVID-19 Safe Return to Training Protocols”.

The three hubs are reportedly the High-Performance Centre in Dublin, Bready Cricket Club in the North West of Ireland and the cricket facilities at the Northern Ireland Ground in Belfast.

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