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Old 24th September 2018, 18:48   #1
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General T20s & T10s

November 23-December 2

Maratha Arabians
Hales
Vince
Livingstone
Lyth
Gleeson

Pakhtoons
Willey
Dawson

Bengal Tigers
Roy
Billings

Punjabi Legends
Jordan
Plunkett
Moores
Dernbach

Kerala Kings
Morgan
T Curran
Howell

Rajputs
Mills
Samit Patel
Trego

Northern Warriors
Bopara
Gurney

Karachians
Archer
Malan
J Clarke

In August 2018, the International Cricket Council officially sanctioned the league. The first edition of the tournament was played over four days in December last year in Sharjah. A total of 13 games were played then, but this time, with two teams added, there will be 28 games, with the action spanning 10 days.

The Abu Dhabi T10 League will block high-profile South African and international players from registering to play in the SA T20 League due to a clash of fixtures. The second edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League takes place from 23 November to 2 December, slap bang in the middle of CSA’s T20 competition that starts on 9 November and ends on 16 December.

Now changed to 19 Dec - 11 Jan

The main T20s

BPL - 4 Nov-12 Dec (Bangladesh)
CSA T20 -9 Nov-Dec 16 (South Africa)
Super Smash - 13 Dec-Jan 20 (New Zealand)
Big Bash - 19 Dec-Feb 4 (Australia)
HK T20 Blitz - 6 Feb-11 Feb (Hong Kong) ***** Postphoned with HK6s to Aug 19
PSL - 22 Feb-25 Mar (Pakistan)
IPL - 7 April-27 May (India)
T20 Blast - 4 Jul-15 Sep (England)
CPL - 7 Aug-16 Sep (West Indies)
LPL - 18 Aug-10 Sep (Sri Lanka)
APL - 5 Oct-20 Oct (Afghanistan)

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Old 25th September 2018, 10:14   #2
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Gleeson picked up on the last pick by the same team as Livi.

Good practice for the hundred, at least in being selected in draft picks.

Strange as one of excuses Chapple came up with for relegation was not having the whole of his squad together over the winter. When is this, before Christmas?
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Gleeson picked up on the last pick by the same team as Livi.

Good practice for the hundred, at least in being selected in draft picks.

Strange as one of excuses Chapple came up with for relegation was not having the whole of his squad together over the winter. When is this, before Christmas?
Test ends 27 Nov while this is going on Nov 23 -Dec 2
Lots of English players I see.
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Old 30th September 2018, 15:58   #4
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Was wondering what the English players did for the next six months. See that

Bopara
ten Doeschate
Evans
Mills
Billings
Jordan
Wright

are in the Afghanistan PL. They just move from country to country playing T20s. Before the end of the year, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia with a T10 in the UAE in Nov/Dec.
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Old 30th September 2018, 23:14   #5
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What does T10 stand for?
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What does T10 stand for?
10 overs.
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10 overs.
I meant the T. Id always assumed T20 stood for Twenty 20.
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I meant the T. Id always assumed T20 stood for Twenty 20.
Presumably in this case it stands for Ten as in Ten-Ten.

Sounds rubbish mind.
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Presumably in this case it stands for Ten as in Ten-Ten.

Sounds rubbish mind.
How embarrassing that I didnt think of that! Must be getting old.
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Presumably in this case it stands for Ten as in Ten-Ten.

Sounds rubbish mind.
Awful how even 20 overs has become too long for the modern day attention span.
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MSLT20 (Mzansi Super League) 16 Nov - 16 Dec 2018

1) Durban Heat
2) Jozi Stars
3) Paarl Rocks
4) Cape Town Blitz
5) Tshwane Spartans
6) Nelson Mandela Bay Giants

Morgan, Roy and Malan signed up so far.

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Old 15th October 2018, 16:31   #12
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i am sure if i had a t10/20 in my backyard morgan would play as long as he got payed.
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Final Squads

CAPE TOWN BLITZ: Quinton de Kock, Dawid Malan (England), Andile Phehlukwayo, Dale Steyn, Samuel Badree (Windies), Asif Ali (Pakistan), Farhaan Behardien, Anrich Nortje, Janneman Malan, Malusi Siboto, George Linde, Ferisco Adams, Jason Smith, Sibonelo Makhanya, Kyle Verreynne (rookie), Dane Piedt.

DURBAN HEAT: Hashim Amla, Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), David Miller, Heinrich Klaasen, Kyle Abbott (kolpak), Keshav Maharaj, Khaya Zondo, Albie Morkel, Marchant de Lange (kolpak), Vernon Philander, Brandon Mavuta (Zimbabwe), Temba Bavuma, Morne van Wyk, Okuhle Cele (rookie), Sarel Erwee, Tladi Bokako.

JOZI STARS: Kagiso Rabada, Chris Gayle (Windies), Dane Vilas (kolpak), Rassie van der Dussen, Daniel Christian (Australia), Beuran Hendricks, Reeza Hendricks, Dwaine Pretorius, Eddie Leie, Pite van Biljon, Duanne Olivier, Ryan Rickelton, Sinethemba Qeshile (rookie), Simon Harmer (kolpak), Calvin Savage, Alfred Mothoa.

NELSON MANDELA BAY GIANTS: Imran Tahir, Jason Roy (England), Chris Morris, Jon-Jon Smuts, Junior Dala, Christiaan Jonker, Aaron Phangiso, Ben Duckett (England), Sisanda Magala, Ryan McLaren, Heino Kuhn, Marco Marais, Dyllan Matthews (rookie), Lizaad Williams, Rudi Second, Carmi le Roux.

PAARL ROCKS: Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo (Windies), Tabraiz Shamsi, Dane Paterson, Aiden Markram, Mangaliso Mosehle, Bjorn Fortuin, Vaughn van Jaarsveld, Grant Thomson, Paul Stirling (Ireland), Tshepo Moreki, Henry Davids, Cameron Delport (kolpak), Eathan Bosch (rookie), Patrick Kruger, Kerwin Mungroo.

TSHWANE SPARTANS: AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan (England), Lungi Ngidi, Robbie Frylinck, Jeewan Mendis (Sri Lanka), Theunis de Bruyn, Rory Kleinveldt, Sean Williams (Zimbabwe), Gihahn Cloete, Lutho Sipamla (rookie), Tony de Zorzi (rookie), Dean Elgar, Andrew Birch, Sikandar Raza (Zimbabwe), Shaun von Berg, Eldred Hawken.

Only 4 English players. Probably the rest playing in the BPL going on roughly the same time.
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PPL starts today in Nepal

Dhangadhi Blues - Lawrence, Trego

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How they are did
Trego
4-0-21-1 .. 19(17)
3.4-0-30-1 ..53(38) MOM
4-0-32-0 .. 27 (21)

Lawrence
4-1-28-0 .. 8(9)
4-0-17-3 .. 2(4)
4-0-33-1 .. 0(1)

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BPL (5Jan-8Feb) - will clash with UAE T20 and Big Bash
(A+category USD 200,000 A category USD 150,000 overseas players)

Picked in the draft today

Rangpur Riders - Hales, Bopara, Howell
Dhaka Dynamites - Bell
Rajshahi Kings - Evans
Sylhet Sixers - Pat Brown
Comilla Victorians - Dawson
Khulna Titans - Malan

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