Thursday, September 1, 2011

India's Schedule for 2012



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Following heavy criticism and accusations of subjecting its players to in human work load, the BCCI has published a more humane schedule for the Indian National Cricket team. One that is designed to make cricket games involving India more competitive.


JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
India tours Australia. 4 Tests, 2 T20 and a 5 match ODI series v/s the Maddington Village Second XI. Maddington Village is one of Perth’s fiercest cricket team made up mostly of retired club cricketers now suffering from age related arthritis.

Sponsors - BENGAY
4 weeks of rest and rehabilitation. BCCI to conduct free seminars on helping patients Indian cricketers deal with hearing loss, sore hands and weak intermittent eyesight.

Sponsors -  OIL OF OLAY (Age Defying Lotions)
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
IPL 6453 x 10^6 games in 12 weeks followed by 762 games of a quick eliminator style playoffs where a team has to lose just 67 games in a row to be eliminated.

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JULY
AUG
SEP
India hosts the Royal Pensioners Association from Wellington, New Zealand. Tour is organized and sponsored by the ‘Bucket List Foundation’ – A British  not-for-profit organization, that helps retired farmers fulfill their life-long ambition to play Test cricket for their country
Sachin and Roger’s Honeymoon
OCT
NOV
DEC
India in South Africa – Warm Up Games
5 T20s with Durban Girl’s High School Cricket Team
Full Series with South Africa
2 Tests
One off T20 International (Bishen Singh Bedi and Chandu Borde will make their T20 debuts)
7 ODIs

The games are optional for all. Full strength team is required for the Toss after which players are free to use the time to mend injuries (from warm up games), relax and call off matches if players are bored to force a result

Sponsors – Tourism Ministry of Dominica

2 comments:

Paramesh said...

and you think u have a good sense of humor? Pathetic!

Golandaaz said...

Thank you sir for the feedback