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Why is the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association banning cricket?

By Mark O’Brien | 21 July 2018, 12:16:38The Trinidad and ofc Cricket Association is banning cricket for the remainder of the season, amid the death of former Test captain and former England batsman Gary Kirsten.

Former England captain Gary Kirstan died on Friday at the age of 85 after a battle with cancer.TNCA president Kevin Naughton said the announcement was “deeply saddening”, but the announcement comes after the TNCA and ICC agreed to an interim period of talks to try and get back into cricket after a three-month hiatus.

“We will continue to work with the ICC and TncAs board to come to an agreement to allow our players, coaches and fans to enjoy the best possible experience for 2019.””

It is understood that a period of “acceleration” will be imposed on cricket, with the TNBAA playing in the 2019-20 season, and the TCA playing in 2026-27.”

We will continue to work with the ICC and TncAs board to come to an agreement to allow our players, coaches and fans to enjoy the best possible experience for 2019.”

It is understood that a period of “acceleration” will be imposed on cricket, with the TNBAA playing in the 2019-20 season, and the TCA playing in 2026-27.

The Cricket South Africa website reported that Kirsten had been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and had been in a coma since the death.

“The cause of death has not been determined and it is not known how long the illness has been there,” it said.

“At this stage, the family are understandably extremely sad.”TNCAs decision came after the ICC, TNCs board, TNB and the South African Cricket Board (SCB) agreed to a three month interim period to try to resolve the situation.

“We were working closely with the players’ association to try reach a resolution to this situation,” O’Donnac said.

In the interim, ICC players’ chief executive Ian Chappell said the TNA would continue to play the 2019 World Cup.””

This extension will allow our country’s team to compete in the ICC World Cup in 2019-2020.”

In the interim, ICC players’ chief executive Ian Chappell said the TNA would continue to play the 2019 World Cup.

“This is a difficult decision to make,” Chappel said.

“In light of this tragic news, and with the full support of the players, we will be working with the new ICC chairman, Ian Chaperlain, to bring cricket back to South Africa.”© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.”

In light of this tragic news, and with the full support of the players, we will be working with the new ICC chairman, Ian Chaperlain, to bring cricket back to South Africa.”© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.