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Cricket Beyond Covid | Connor, Gould and McCrum on the postponement of The Hundred

In part 2 of our cricket roundtable interview with Clare Connor, managing director of Women’s cricket at the ECB, Jake Lush McCrum, chief operations officer for the Rajasthan Royals and Richard Gould, chief executive of Surrey County Cricket Club discuss the delay of the launch of The Hundred until 2021 and debate the question of IPL investment in the English game.

The final part of the Cricket Beyond Covid interview will follow on SportBusiness24 in the coming days and looks at how cricket moves beyond Covid-19, particularly in terms of the development of the Women’s game and the prospect of a Women’s IPL. To watch part 1 click here.

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