Bangalore, Jul 13: BCCI having launched its first Curators' Certification Course in Mohali also recommended pitches with grass and bounce for domestic cricket.
The certification course for Curators started on July 9, and when asked about the outcome of the course, BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale said, the course promises to traion curators and assist them in preparing sporting tracks.
"It promises to train curators attached to the affiliated units of the BCCI to prepare good and sporting wickets," said Sanjay Jagdale, the BCCI Secretary.
The course which is spread over a month, also includes practical and theoretical sessions for the curators from various state associations.
It is learnt that during the Technical committee meeting on July 12, Sourav Ganguly had recommended the use of sporting wickets for domestic cricket which helps the players to explore those wickets as it would help them on overseas tours.
"We also have recommended that the Pitch Committee monitor wickets for domestic matches one week in advance," said Ganguly. "They should reach the venue one week before a game to monitor the pitch."
With another meeting scheduled on July 16, BCCI is expected to review all the recommendations made by the technical committee for the upcoming season of domestic cricket.