Do you know the which board is richest in the world?
Cricket is globally recognized and well-established game in some countries. If we look at the statistics, 125 cricket nations are playing cricket. Most of them have started their governing body or the association to control the game of cricket in their respective countries. Today we will know about India cricket and about their Board net worth till date.
As we all know hockey is India’s national game then too cricket is most popular and involving maximum people in the game in India. BCCI - Board of Control for Cricket in India is the governing body for cricket in India. Conducting tournaments like IPL and other cricket related activities makes BCCI the most profitable board in the world. India cricket - BCCI, stood on the top of all cricket boards by maintaining the income of 1365.35 crores in the financial year 2016. Cricket in India now has a good financial condition and well-structured board.
If we look at the last year income of BCCI from various aspects and tournament held in India. Here is the list of income sources for BCCI
- Annual Subscription
- Income from Grant of Media Rights
- Income from men’s Senior international tours/Tournament.
- Surplus from IPL
- Rights Income from Champions League - T20
- Distributions/ Participation fee from the International / Asian Cricket Council
- Minimum Guarantee Royalty
- Interest Income
- Other Income
These are the various sources of Income for BCCI. The income of INR. 1365. 35 Crore was accounted till the financial year 2016.
But if we look at the expenditure, BCCI has spent almost 90 percent of their income on the expansion of the game.
In the previous financial year that is March 2016. BCCI has spent INR. 1253.52 Crore for the development of cricket and other community wise activities in India.
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After strong win in quarter final against BARC. All Cargo took their team into semi-final there they were going to fight against HDFC Bank and as per MCA schedule the match was played on 18th February 2017. Both the teams have reached to semi-finals by beating all other teams in their respective groups. Due to some grounds problem match was delayed by 60 min and started at 11 am and match was reduced by 7 overs each side. Both sides wanted to play a full 45 overs but now this was a shortened game. As per pitch condition, bowling first would be a great decision to win the match and All Cargo captain got lucky winning toss - choose to bowl first. The in-form skipper of All-Cargo Amish Dabholkar continued his form and took 2 early wickets and later 1 more. He sent back the opening pair back to the pavilion. Off spinner Akshay also put HDFC team on a backfoot by charging on a middle order and took 4 wickets with his superb bowling. HDFC team tried to come back in the match Sachin Thakur played some beautiful shots but did not manage to score a respectable score for their team and HDFC team got all out on the score of 99 runs in just 20.1 overs.
Now All-Cargo needed 100 runs in 37 overs and by looking at the past records of All cargo the score was not too big to chase. By keeping victory in mind and the dream of taking All-Cargo to final, All-Cargo batsman Deepak Bhogle and Vishwas Shinde come for bat. Looking at the pitch condition HDFC puts their spinners on attack. Batsman Deepak and Vishwas were very much confident and played there natural game and gave All Cargo a good start. By losing just two wickets All-Cargo make into finals by fighting half century of Vishwas Shinde. The match was good overall and All cargo make into the final of Times Shield Division E. HDFC team gave a good fight back but didn’t make it into finals.
We www.globalcricketcommunity.com wishing all the very best to team All-Cargo for Finals on Times Shield E division. Thank you for reading and stay connected to know the final news of Times Shield E division.
HDFC Spots Club: 99/10 ( 20.1 overs)
Sarvesh J : 22 runs in 28 balls
Santosh L : 7 overs 2 Wickets
All Cargo: 100/2 ( 13.3 overs)
Vishwas Shinde: 51* (not out)
Akshay Ghorpade : 6 overs 4 wickets
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