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Zimbabwe Cricket’s eagerly awaited T10 league is set to get underway this Thursday, with eight local clubs battling it out for honours in the brand-new competition.
Known as Zim Domestic T10, powered by AVR PAY, the tournament will see a total of 30 matches being played at Harare Sports Club, with the final scheduled for 18 September.
The participating teams qualified for this competition by virtue of achieving a top-eight finish in the last edition of the National Premier League.
The opening match on Thursday will pit Gladiators against Lions, followed by Takashinga Patriots 1 versus Harare Kings, with the last piece of action on the day featuring Takashinga Patriots 2 and Great Zimbabwe Patriots.
Friday will see Bulawayo Athletic Club taking on Harare Kings and Gladiators entertaining Takashinga Patriots 2, before Westside face Takashinga Patriots 1.
There will be exciting fixtures lined up every day all the way up to the final.
All matches will consist of one innings per side, each innings being limited to a maximum of 10 overs.
Should delays or interruptions happen, in order to constitute a match, a minimum of three overs have to be bowled to the team batting second, subject to a result not being achieved earlier.
No bowler shall bowl more than two overs in a full innings.
In the event of a tie, when all innings have been completed and the scores are equal, then a super over tie-breaker shall be enforced.
Fans can enjoy all the Zim Domestic T10 action at Harare Sports Club free of charge.
All matches will be live-streamed on Fan Code and Zimbabwe Cricket’s YouTube channel, while ball-by-ball coverage will also be available on the Zimbabwe Cricket mobile app.
ZIM DOMESTIC T10 FIXTURES:
|8 September 2022||Gladiators vs Lions||1000 hours|
|Takashinga 1 vs Harare Kings||1220 hours|
|Takashinga 2 vs Great Zimbabwe||1440 hours|
|9 September 2022||BAC vs Harare Kings||1000 hours|
|Gladiators vs Takashinga 2||1220 hours|
|Westside vs Takashinga 1||1440 hours|
|10 September 2022||Lions vs Takashinga 2||1000 hours|
|Westside vs BAC||1220 hours|
|Gladiators vs Great Zimbabwe||1440 hours|
|11 September 2022||Westside vs Harare Kings||1000 hours|
|Lions vs Great Zimbabwe||1220 hours|
|Takashinga 1 vs BAC||1440 hours|
|12 September 2022||Takashinga 2 vs Westside||1000 hours|
|Great Zimbabwe vs Harare Kings||1220 hours|
|Lions vs Takashinga 1||1440 hours|
|13 September 2022||Takashinga 1 vs Takashinga 2||1000 hours|
|Gladiators vs Harare Kings||1220 hours|
|Lions vs Westside||1440 hours|
|14 September 2022||BAC vs Great Zimbabwe||1000 hours|
|Harare Kings vs Takashinga 2||1220 hours|
|Gladiators vs Takashinga 1||1440 hours|
|15 September 2022||Great Zimbabwe vs Westside||1000 hours|
|Lions vs Harare Kings||1220 hours|
|BAC vs Gladiators||1440 hours|
|16 September 2022||Great Zimbabwe vs Takashinga 1||1220 hours|
|BAC vs Lions||1440 hours|
|17 September 2022||BAC vs Takashinga 2||1000 hours|
|Gladiators vs Westside||1220 hours|
|18 September 2022||3rd/4th Place Playoff||1220 hours|