Mumbai: Suggestions to improve the domestic cricket, put forth at the captains and coaches conclave held in March, would be discussed at the BCCI's technical committee meeting here on June 12.
"There were quite a few suggestions put forward at the captains and coaches conclave. Relevant suggestions to domestic cricket like points change, home and away matches etc. would be taken up at the meeting," said Ratnakar Shetty, BCCI's chief administrative officer.
There have been other suggestions like going back to playing on uncovered wickets and three bouncers per over during the one-day conclave which would come up at the meeting.
As for Under-22 cricket tournaments, the committee may approve the suggestion to hold games on uncovered pitches to enable these players to get used to different conditions.
The meeting would be headed by former India skipper Sourav Ganguly.