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ICC Ends Ban on Sri Lanka Cricket

The International Cricket Board (ICC), on Sunday (January 28), lifted the restriction on Sri Lankan cricket with prompt impact. The board was restricted on November 10 for a “serious break of its commitments as a part, specifically, the prerequisite to deal with its undertakings independently and guarantee that there is no administration obstruction in the administration, guideline, or potential organization of cricket in Sri Lanka.”

The move came after Sri Lanka’s evaluator general recorded a nitty-gritty 112-page report blaming the board for unfortunate administration, debasement, and abuse of assets. In the outcome of the report, the Sri Lankan board, driven by President Shammi Silva, throughout the 2023 World Cup was sacked. An allure in the court prompted the board to be briefly reestablished and afterward terminated again not long after continuing obligations.

While the turmoil ran in the Sri Lankan board, the ICC board met on November 21 and chose to move the Under-19 World Cup 2024 to South Africa from Sri Lanka, which was initially expected to have the competition.

“The ICC Board has been checking what is happening since the suspension and is currently fulfilling that SLC is presently not in the break of enrollment commitments,” the ICC expressed in a delivery on Sunday.

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