Bhubaneswar/Mumbai: Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which is appointed by the Supreme Court of India today announced that it will work with the National Anti-Doping Agency for 6 months on trail.
Such a decision was arrived at by the BCCI, after a meeting with the ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar in Mumbai today sources said.
ICC CEO David Richardson in February spoke on the need to get the differences between the BCCI and NADA sorted.
“We are trying to help the BCCI sort out the issue with WADA and NADA. We think cricket should be in the 2028 Olympics, but it’s not going to happen unless we are a unified sport.
“At this stage, we need to convince the BCCI that it is a good thing for cricket to be in the Olympics from all aspects,” he added.