The BCCI has announced a reward of INR 1.25 crore for curators and groundsmen. For the first time, the BCCI is rewarding groundsmen handsomely.
The BCCI announced a Rs 1.25 crore prize money for curators and groundsmen who worked during the recently concluded Indian Premier League on Monday, referring to them as “unsung heroes.” Gujarat Titans won the winners’ trophy after defeating Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets in the final on Sunday night. “I’m delighted to announce a prize fund of INR 1.25 crores for the men who played the best games in the #TATAIPL 2022. This season’s unsung heroes are our curators and groundskeepers at six IPL venues “Shah Moreover stated this in a tweet.
BCCI has announced reward of INR 1.25 crore for curators and groundsmen.
“We’ve seen some high-octane games, and I’d like to thank each of them for their efforts. CCI, Wankhede, DY Patil, and MCA, Pune each received 25 lacs. Eden and Narendra Modi stadiums each cost 12.5 million rupees.”
For the first time, the BCCI is rewarding groundsmen handsomely.
Also, The cash-rich league’s 70 league matches were played at four Maharashtra venues: Wankhede and Brabourne stadiums in Mumbai, the DY Patil stadium in Navi Mumbai, and the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium in Gahunje in Pune.
However, The play-offs were held at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens and Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.