We have Eight Players in India: New Zealand Cricket Body Responds to New Travel Ban

New Zealand has banned all flights from New Delhi. This led to a bit of panic at @BLACKCAPS. #IPL2021

We have Eight Players in India: New Zealand Cricket Body Responds to New Travel Ban Photo

New Zealand cricket has gone into crisis management mode after their government decided to ban all flights to and fro from India. The step was taken in view of the rising cases of Coronavirus in the country. Following the decision the cricket body has now responded to this move saying that they have eight Black Caps in India busy preparing for IPL.

New Zealand cricket has gone into crisis management mode after their government decided to ban all flights to and fro from India. The step was taken in view of the rising cases of Coronavirus in the country. Following the decision the cricket body has now responded to this move saying that they have eight Black Caps in India busy preparing for IPL.

“We’re monitoring the situation and are in contact with the IPL franchises to keep the lines of communication open, because the tournament’s due to go for some time.”We’re prepared to discuss all contingencies, if the situation warrants,” NZC’s PR manager Richrd Brooks told ‘The New Zealnd Herald.’

“We’re monitoring the situation and are in contact with the IPL franchises to keep the lines of communication open, because the tournament’s due to go for some time.”We’re prepared to discuss all contingencies, if the situation warrants,” NZC’s PR manager Richrd Brooks told ‘The New Zealnd Herald.’

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden too has come out and said the safety of these eight players: Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson, Jimmy Neesham, Tim Seifert, Adam Milne and Lockie Ferguson–is NZC’s responsibility.

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden too has come out and said the safety of these eight players: Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson, Jimmy Neesham, Tim Seifert, Adam Milne and Lockie Ferguson–is NZC’s responsibility.

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