TNPL ask CoA to consider allowing outstation players
The Tamil Nadu Premier League has requested the Committe of Administrators to consider allowing the 16 outstation players to participate in the month-long third edition of the Sankar Cement-Tamil Nadu Premier League that began in Tirunelveli on Wednesday, July 11.
While declaring that the TNPL will be held in accordance with the schedule as they have already been approved by the CoA, the Supreme Court on Wednesday directed that players registered with other cricket associations will not be allowed to participate for now.
Mr PS Raman, Chairman, TNPL, said on Wednesday that the TNCA has written to the CoA to consider the case of the 16 outstation players and permit them to play since they all are all “uncapped” players who have an opportunity to showcase their talent through TNPL.
“The issue of outstation players will be taken by the CoA and the TNCA is awaiting the response from the CoA to the above request," Mr Raman further stated.