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Second season of ZIM Afro T10 League set to start on this date, Check details

Second season of ZIM Afro T10 League set to start on this date, Check details

Earlier, Zim Afro T10 rewrote the history books as it became the first tournament to be played under floodlights at Harare Sports Club. 

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is delighted to announce the return of the eagerly awaited Zim Afro T10 tournament for its second edition. Cricket’s fastest and most entertaining format will take centre stage beginning on 21 September and wrapping up with a grand finale on 29 September in Harare. The dates for the player draft and the fixtures will be announced soon.

The high-octane T10 tournament, which is the first of its kind in Africa, will see all the games being played at the iconic Harare Sports Club, much like the inaugural season. In the first year, Zim Afro T10 rewrote the history books as it became the first tournament to be played under floodlights at Harare Sports Club. 

The high quality of cricket not only enthralled the fans who made their presence felt every day but also gave the Zimbabwean cricketing ecosystem a boost.

It will be big: Chairman Mukuhlani on ZIM Afro T10 league

The T10 franchise-based league has been in the process of improving its global footprint, and after seven very successful and entertaining seasons in Abu Dhabi, it has spread its wings to the United States of America, Sri Lanka and of course Zimbabwe.

The first season was nothing short of a festival and a celebration of the sport for us, and we expect more of that this year as well. The high standards of cricket in the T10 league have definitely helped us in our white-ball game and I am sure it will continue to make a big, positive impact on our ecosystem,” said ZC Chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani.

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