The Pakistan Cricket Board issued a provisional NOC (no objection certificate) for the second edition Kashmir Premier League (KPL).
The second season of the KPL will begin in Muzaffarabad next year. A NOC has been issued and covers the period from 1 st through 25 th Aug 2022. In the next few days, the final schedule for the league will be available.
Sources claim that the NOC was granted after KPL management resolved some outstanding matters and agreed to the conditions set out by the Pakistan Cricket Board. Also Read
The league’s next season will have seven teams, instead of six. Jammu Janbaz, the seventh team, will be joining Rawalakot Hawks and Muzaffarabad Tigers as well as Overseas Warriors and Bagh Stallions and Kotli Lions.
The Eid-ul Azha holidays will see the players’ draft for the second year. The Rawalakot Hawks will defend their title in the second year.
On Saturday, seven franchise owners met with Kashmir Premier League management at Islamabad’s headquarters. This was the second edition. The meeting was attended by all franchise owners to discuss important issues related to the league’s second edition.
It is important to mention that all franchise player dues for the inaugural season were cleared by the league’s management. All payments for player awards and prize money were also cleared by the management.