The director of the New Zealand Sports Turf Institute, Keith McAuliffe was invited to the meeting to guide the members.
The board had identified ten grounds in the country for relaying the pitches in the first phase of the programme.The ten stadia chosen were New Delhi and Mohali (north), Chennai and Bangalore (south), Kolkata and Cuttack (east), Mumbai and Ahmedabad (west) and Kanpur and Nagpur (Central).
said tracks in India tended to be slow because of technical reasons."We have studied the problems in India and have given our views to the Indian cricket board.We will see what we can do to make the pitches faster."McAuliffe
briefed the committee members on the procedures and technicalities to be followed while relaying the tracks.Representatives of all the ten associations have been called for the meeting tomorrow.The representatives will be given a briefing on their duties and responsibilities while undertaking the relaying job.
STATE CITY NORTH EAST HOME EDITORIAL LETTERS