Mumbai: The Cricket Board’s Local Organising Committee for the 2011 Cricket World Cup met here on Friday to discuss the sale of tickets for the quadrennial event.
Representatives of all the eight Indian state cricket associations that will host the matches during the World Cup, including Karnataka’ Brijesh Patel, Punjab’s M P Pandove and Vidarbha’s Sudhir Dabir, were present for the meeting.
Officials of Kyazoonga.com, which is overseeing the online sale of the tickets for the event to be hosted jointly by India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh were also present.
This was a routine meeting related to the distribution of tickets for sale for the World Cup, Dabir said after the meeting.
Eight Indian centres – Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Delhi, Kolkata, and Mohali – will together host 29 matches allotted to India.