The Board of Control for Cricket in India has paid Chennai Super Kings Rs. 15.67 crores as part of its latest disbursement of funds.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India, in its latest disbursement of funds, has paid Rs 15.67 crore to the suspended IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings as a part of its share from the Central Rights Income for the eighth season of the Indian Premier League. (Chennai Super Kings Escape Termination from Indian Premier League)
According to the latest list of payments of over and above Rs 25 lakh that has been put up on the BCCI’s official website, CSK were paid Rs 15 crore, 67 lakh, 50 thousand as the third installment of the payment from Central Rights Income.
Another interesting fact that emerged from the payment list is that BCCI has paid Kookaburra Sports India Rs 5.8 million (Rs 58.12 lakh) for white kookaburra balls which will be used for the upcoming ICC World T20 Championship.
The players of Jammu and Kashmir’s Ranji Trophy team have some great news as the BCCI has cleared an amount of Rs 88.2 lakh for match fees, subsidies and expenses for the Ranji Trophy 2014-15.
Some of the major state associations like Hyderabad, Bengal and Gujarat were paid Rs 8.43 crore under ‘Additional advance against Amount due to Association’. Tamil Nadu Cricket Association were paid Rs 6.87 crore under the same head.
Cricket Australia were paid AUD 1.37 million (Rs 6.69 crore approx) as 10 percent ‘Release Fee’ for IPL 2014.