CSA desperate to fill up the gap left by Global T20 League

CSA agitated to fill up the gap left by Global T20 League Following the embarrassing postponement of T20 Global League, Cricket South Africa are now desperately looking for some sked to fill up the hole left out in the schedule during November and December. After failing to finalize the coveted sponsorship and television broadcasting deals, CSA scratched this year’s inaugural Global T20 league last week.

CSA General Manager Corry Van Zyl said it would not be ideal of having no cricket for six weeks in the midst of the season.

“The plan is to find something to fill that gap that has been left by the postponement of the T20 Global League because we can’t have a situation where there is no cricket at this time of the year‚” Van Zyl said.

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“We are consulting with relevant stakeholders including franchise owners and the players to see what we can do and an announcement will be made soon,” he added.

However, Van Zyl denied to comment on the issue whether CSA would make a try to cover up the gap with international schedules or not. 1 of 1

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