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February 22, 2002
India v Zimbabwe, 3rd one-day international, 13 March 2002
The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) has been accorded the privilege by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to conduct the third one-day international between India and Zimbabwe at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, on March 13, 2002. This is the third one-day international that the KCA is conducting at this venue.
The fixture will be a day match, played with coloured clothing and white ball.
The KCA has made elaborate arrangements to make this event a success.
Tickets this year have been priced reasonably and are currently in the process of being printed. The rates are as follows:
Patron: Rs 1000
Chair: Rs 600, Rs 400, Rs 250
Gallery: Rs 100
Students Gallery: Rs 80
Both teams will arrive in Kochi on March 12. They are expected to have a practice session and pre-match press meet in the evening.
The State Bank of Travancore has been appointed as official bankers for the event. Tickets will be available at their branches throughout the State.
This year the KCA has awarded rights of in-stadia advertising to 21st Century Media Publications, New Delhi. All interested advertisers should go through them to place in-stadia advertising.
As in previous years, extra effort has been made to provide suitable amenities to the public on the day of the match. Toilet facilities, drinking water, and food at reasonable prices will be made available at various points in the stadium.
© Kerala Cricket Association
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