2013 Women’s Cricket World Cup Matches Moved to Cuttack

By iSportconnect | January 25, 2013

The International Cricket Council has announced that several 2013 Women’s World Cup matches will be relocated to the city of Cuttack, look following protests in Mumbai.

Mumbai will still host the majority of fixtures, cialis viagra with some group and Super Six Stage stages now being moved to Cuttack.

The change follows protests by Hindu Hardliner Shiv Sena after two Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistani troops recently at the Line of Control.

David Richardson , ICC Chief Executive, said: “I am grateful for all the support ICC has received from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) during a difficult situation, which was not of cricket’s making. We are also indebted to the Odisha Cricket Association for making excellent grounds available at such short notice.”

“We also wish to thank the competing teams and Member Boards for their co-operation in allowing both the ICC and BCCI the opportunity to explore the complicated logistics so that we can ensure that this event takes place on the dates scheduled in India.”