Thursday, April 18, 2024

Cricket Ireland: Super Series – late venue change for Sunday

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There has been a change of venue for the final T20 double-header in the Arachas Super 20 Trophy this Sunday, with North Kildare the new venue for the matches. Please note the subsequent change in coverage of the matches below.

The two remaining matches in the 2021 Arachas Super 20 Trophy competition have moved from the previously advertised venue of North County CC to North Kildare CC. As a result of this, there are a number of changes that fans should note:

  • The match start times have changed as follows:
    – The first T20 match will begin at 1.15pm
    – The second T20 match will begin at 4.30pm

Also, as a result of the change of venue, there will unfortunately be no livestream of the matches possible, as the network available at this venue isn’t of the required capacity to get a full-production livestream out. However, our livestream partners will still be there to cover the matches, and we will be able to make the action available on delay once we can upload them to the Cricket Ireland Live Youtube after the matches.

There will still be livescoring and social media coverage of the matches to keep fans up-to-date on the day.


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