By Sports Reporter/Doha
Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) announces its maiden International Cricket League starting from December 6, 2019.
The T10 league is the latest in the International Cricket Council (ICC) calendar to promote the shorter formats of the game. Qatar T10 will have six teams comprising 24 International cricket stars, 12 players from associate ICC countries, Qatar national team players and loads of local talented players from different QCA clubs.
QCA is thankful to ICC to awarded T10 this elite shorter format league to promote cricket in the region. In a press release president QCA Youssef J al-Kuwari said: “Qatar is proud to have been assigned this league by ICC. This will take our country to an international sports arena.”
The league is set to be hosted in the state-of-the-art Asian Town International Cricket Stadium. QCA has lined up with several top sponsors to be a part of this event, locally & internationally.
QCA has nominated Intl. Pro Events to carry out the league procedures due to their past experience of carrying out successful events. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has been named as brand ambassador for the tournament.
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