Cricket South Africa announces new T20 league, held only 2 seasons of old league

Johannesburg. Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday announced a new 6-team franchise based T20 league, which will be played in January next year. In the initial phase of the league, all the teams will play against each other twice. After this the top 3 teams will qualify for the playoff stage. A total of 33 matches will be played in the league. Like the Indian Premier League, each team’s playing-11 in this tournament will include a maximum of four foreign players. Its auction date, match schedule and other details will be announced later.

The first season of the tournament will be played immediately after South Africa’s tour of Australia in January 2023. The first month of the year will become the window (scheduled time of the event) for the league. CSA CEO Foletsi Mosecki said that we are excited about this new initiative. It will also provide an opportunity for private investment through franchisees. Mosecki said that a sustainable trading system has been created for both the league and the teams, which will attract the best local and international players with a good amount of money.

T20 league closed after 2 seasons

A new company formed by CSA and broadcaster SuperSport will manage the tournament. CSA started the Manjasi T20 League in 2018. 8 teams were given a chance in the tournament and it lasted for 2 years. 2020, 2021 and 2022 could not be organized due to Kovid-19. CSA has also pulled out of this. That is, now this old league is hardly played again.

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Players from all over the world can also be seen playing in the new T20 league. But during this international series, players from many countries can be defeated. PSL matches are also played in Pakistan during this period. Pakistani players play in T20 leagues around the world.

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