Sri Lanka Cricket, on Sunday (August 29), declared that No Objection Certificate has been given to Dushmantha Chameera and Wanindu Hasaranga to participate in the UAE leg of the IPL 2021. Close by Tim David, the team was declared as substitution players after Royal Challengers couldn’t profit the administrations of Finn Allen, Scott Kuggeleijn, Adam Zampa, Daniel Sams and Kane Richardson for an assortment of reasons.
“The consent for the players was allowed by the SLC in meeting with the Technical Advisory Committee. The ‘No Objection Certificate’ to the couple was given for them to join the IPL groups beginning from fifteenth September (following the fruition of the South Africa Tour of Sri Lanka).” an authority SLC proclamation said.
Prior, SLC secretary, Mohan de Silva, noticed that the pair had neither taken consent from the board nor were they mindful of their signings. Hasaranga, the leg-turning all-rounder, has been in fine structure, as of late sacking the Player of the Series in the T20I series against India. Chameera, the tall quick bowler, who has defeated back and lower leg wounds, bowled with a decent explosion of speed and took four wickets in a similar series.
RCB will launch their second leg of the IPL lobby with a conflict against Kolkata Knight Riders on September 20 in Abu Dhabi.