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Kochi group seeks reply details

Even as the Board of Control for Cricket in India takes time to decide on the replies from the different factions to its showcause notice, lawyers of the group led by Rendezvous Sports World wrote to its rivals. HT reports.

cricket Updated: Oct 24, 2010 01:06 IST
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That their fate is still in the balance hasn't stopped the two warring factions of the Kochi consortium to try and score a point over the other.

Even as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) takes time to decide on the replies from the different factions to its showcause notice, lawyers of the group led by Rendezvous Sports World wrote to its rivals.

“We have asked them to furnish the details of their reply to the BCCI,” Satyajit Gaikwad, chief executive officer of the Rendezvous Sports World, told HT on Saturday. “We need to know what they have communicated to the BCCI.”

None of the representatives of the other lobby led by the Anchor Earth Group was available for a comment. “All we can do right now is to pray to God and await the BCCI's verdict,” said Shailendra Gaikwad, Satyajit's predecessor. “We are optimistic that in the best interest of the team, all the differences will be buried.”

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