Vijay Zol told to skip Ranji final

Vijay Zol told to skip Ranji final


Vijay Zol plays a pull, India v Papua New Guinea, Group C, ICC Under-19 World Cup 2012, Townsville, Aug 16, 2012

Vijay Zol, a Maharashtra batsman and India Under-19 captain, has been asked to skip a Ranji Trophy final and instead sight with a India U-19 patrol forward of a arriving ICC U-19 World Cup in a UAE.

The final basic stay of a U-19 patrol started during a National Cricket Academy in Bangalore on Tuesday. Since a Ranji Trophy semifinal overlapped with a basic camp, a Maharashtra Cricket Association had to find BCCI’s accede for releasing Zol for a semifinal. But with Maharashtra beating Bengal by 10 wickets within 3 days, Zol reported during a NCA on a opening day of a camp.

Ratnakar Shetty, BCCI’s ubiquitous manager cricket operations, pronounced a doubt of a BCCI permitting Zol to competition a final, starting in Hyderabad from Jan 29, didn’t even arise. “It was told to a Maharashtra Cricket Association that Zol will be expelled usually for a semifinal,” Shetty told ESPNcricinfo.

Maharashtra manager Surendra Bhave pronounced it was hapless for a actor to have missed out on an event to play a Ranji final, that too in his entrance first-class season. “I would contend competing in a Ranji Trophy final is most improved than going by unchanging drills in a nets, though we can’t do most about it,” Bhave said. “The group as a whole won’t humour most given we have a prepared deputy for him.”

Zol, who scored an dominant double hundred on his Ranji entrance in Maharashtra’s season-opener, missed their final dual joining matches due to a U-19 Asia Cup in a UAE. He scored centuries in a semifinal opposite Sri Lanka and a final opposite Pakistan. He continued his form and scored a profitable 91 not out to assistance Maharashtra shock fortifying champions Mumbai in a quarterfinal.

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