ECB insist The Hundred has future despite managing director exit

by @cityam

@cityam— The England and Wales Cricket Board have said there is still a future for The Hundred despite the competition’s managing director Sanjay Patel was announced as leaving the organisation. Patel will step down from the franchise competition at the end of this year’s season, the third since its inception. Richard Gould, ECB chief, said: “I’d []

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