IPL suspended in 2021: first lot of Kiwi fruit arrive home, second group expected to land on May 9th

Cricketers Trent Boult, Finn Allen, Jimmy Neesham, Adam Milne and Scott Kuggeleijn, coaches and former players James Pamment and Shane Bond and Royal Challengers Bangalore director of Cricket Operations Mike Hesson ended up here late on Saturday (May 8th) night.

they arrived on board a Bombardier Global Express private jet via Tokyo in the first of Two charter flights to repatriate the kiwifruit after the IPL 2021 has been suspended in the wake of several COVID-19 cases in his bio-bubble.

they went in managed isolation on arrival according to a report in stuff.co.nz.

A second Flight with Lockie Ferguson, Brendon McCullum, commentators Simon Doull and Scott Styris, referee Chris Gaffaney, former captain Stephen Fleming and Kyle Mills were supposed to leave India on Saturday (May 8th) night.

Wicketkeeper Batsman Tim Seifert, who tested positive for COVID-19 is still in India and waited for its transfer to a private hospital in Chennai, die same facility in Which former Australia player Michael Hussey was treated after previously testing positive in die Week.

The New Zealand test contingent in UK, Kane Williamson, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson and the physical therapist Tommy Simsek, were on die Maldives moved. As per original Plan, they should stay in New Delhi.

The decision transferred to players came to the island nation in the light of Notice that their entry into the UK, die originally adopted for May 11th, will likely be delayed by another week.

New Zealand play a two-match exam series against England begins on June 2 before facing India in die Test world championships final in Southampton June 18th.

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