Thursday, February 2, 2023

ACB announces domestic events schedule for 2023

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The Afghanistan Cricket Board has laid out a comprehensive plan for domestic cricket in 2023 as the organization has announced the schedule for the domestic events that will take place throughout the year. According to the plan, there will be a total of 6 One Day events, including regional List-A, 3 T20 events, including the SCL2022, 2 Multi-day events, including the Abdali First Class, an age-level event, and a regional event for people with disabilities.

These events will be held in different provinces, providing domestic players with multiple opportunities to showcase their abilities. The domestic season is set to begin in the last week of January, with 31 provincial teams competing in Grade II competitions, followed by a Grade-I event in late February featuring 12 teams.

Following is the detailed domestic schedule for the year 2022

Sr. No:MonthEventFormat
1Jan-MarchWazir Mohammad Akbar Khan Provincial Grade IIOne Day
2Wazir Mohammad Akbar Khan Provincial Grade IOne Day
3MayShpageeza Cricket League – SCLT20
4June-JulyGAK Regional List-A CupOne Day
5JulyNajibullah Tarakai Regional PwDs TournamentT20
6July-AugustMirwais Neka Regional Three-dayMulti-day
7AugustRahmat Wali Masroor Regional Emerging CupOne Day
8Sep-OctAhmad Shah Abdali First Class TournamentMulti-day
9Oct-NovRegional U-16 Cricket TournamentOne Day
10NovemberRegional School-Level CompetitionsT20
11DecemberRegional Club ChampionshipOne Day
12TBC(Based on Need)Green Afghanistan One-Day CupOne Day

The Afghanistan Cricket Board will continue to focus on developing and promoting the game at the grassroots level and is committed to strengthening the domestic cricket structure, as it helps to provide the organization with a steady stream of young players for the various national-level teams.

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