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Hanuma Vihari parts ways with Andhra CA, will be part of Hyderabad Cricket Association | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Hanuma Vihari has introduced that he will be a part of the Hyderabad Cricket Association from the approaching season and has parted ways with the Andhra Cricket Association.
“I’m taking this opportunity to inform everyone that I’m parting ways with Andhra cricket association on good terms. I’ve had the privilege to captain and represent Andhra for past five years,” Vihari tweeted.

“We’ve blossomed into a team that we can be proud of and I herby thank all my teammates, coaches and office bearers of the association for the constant support. I will be part of Hyderabad Cricket Association from the coming season,” he additional wrote.
He was part of India’s tour of England earlier than the fifth Test received cancelled resulting from Covid-19 and he flew again to India.
The fifth Test match between England and India was cancelled in Manchester on Friday. The BCCI and ECB held a number of rounds of dialogue to discover a method to play the Test match, nonetheless, the outbreak of COVID-19 within the Indian staff contingent pressured the choice of calling off the sport.
The BCCI has provided to ECB a rescheduling of the cancelled fifth Test match which was scheduled to be performed at Manchester from final Friday. Ahead of the fifth and closing Test towards England, physio Yogesh Parmar examined constructive for COVID-19 in Manchester. This led to the last word cancellation of the sport.
England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) CEO Tom Harrison mentioned that it was irritating to see the fifth Test between England and India being cancelled and the board tried its finest to keep away from this final result.
“A huge amount has happened over the last 24 hours, and from one cricket lover to another, I want to say how sorry I am for all the inconvenience caused by the cancellation of this Test match. We were all looking forward to what promised to be the culmination of this brilliant Test Series, and I’m so disappointed at not being able to get the match played,” mentioned ECB chief Harrison in an official assertion.
“I have heard many stories today of people who planned for months or saved hard during this pandemic to have a special day out with friends and family. To not see that happen is hard to take. Today’s news will have been so frustrating, especially given the short notice. Please know that we worked through the night to find solutions and avoid this outcome,” he added.

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