T10 League

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T10 Cricket League
T10 League.jpg
Official T10 Cricket League
Countries United Arab Emirates
Format10 overs
First Edition2017
Latest Edition2018
Tournament formatTwo group games followed by knock-out
Number of teams8
Current championNorthern Warriors (1st title)
Most successfulKerala Kings/Knights
Northern Warriors (1 title each)
Websitehttps://ttensports.com

T10 League is a professional ten-over cricket league launched and owned by T10 Sports Management. The league is approved by the Emirates Cricket Board. It is the first ever internationally approved ten-over league. Matches are 10-over-a-side and the duration of a match is 90 minutes. Maximums are special hit in this game counting for 12 runs. The tournament is a round robin followed by semi-finals and the final. The 2017 edition was played from 14-17 December and 2018 edition from 21 November to 2nd December at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.[1] The league was founded by Shaji Ul Mulk, the chairman of T10 League. [2][3] In August 2018, the International Cricket Council (ICC) officially sanctioned the league.[4]

Current squads[edit]

Kerala Knights
Coach:
New Zealand Daniel Vettori
Maratha Arabians
Coach:
Pakistan Wasim Akram
Pakhtoons
Coach:
Australia Dean Jones
Punjabi Legends
Coach:
Pakistan Mushtaq Ahmed
Sindhis
Coach:
Australia Tom Moody
Bengal Tigers
Coach:
New Zealand Stephen Fleming
Northern Warriors
Coach:
India Robin Singh
Rajputs
Coach:
South Africa Herschelle Gibbs

Seasons and winners[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Win Margin in Final Most Runs Most Wickets
2017 Kerala Kings
121/2 (8 overs)
Punjabi Legends
120/3 (10 overs)
8 Wickets New Zealand Luke Ronchi (197) Pakistan Sohail Tanvir (5)
Trinidad and Tobago Rayad Emrit (5)
Pakistan Hasan Ali (5)
2018 Northern Warriors
140/3 (10 overs)
Pakhtoons
118/7 (10 overs)
22 Runs Trinidad and Tobago Nicolas Pooran (324) South Africa Hardus Viljoen (18)

Broadcasters[edit]

Territory Channels
Middle East and North Africa Orbit Showtime Network
India Sony ESPN
Pakistan TEN Sports
Bangladesh Channel 9
Afghanistan 1tv Afghanistan
United States Willow

References[edit]

  1. ^ "T10 Cricket League". 27 November 2018. Archived from the original on 27 November 2018. Retrieved 27 November 2018.
  2. ^ "2nd match, Group B (N), T10 League at Sharjah, Dec 14 2017 - Match Summary - ESPNCricinfo". ESPNcricinfo.
  3. ^ "T10 Cricket League: Pakhtoons beat Maratha". Samaa. 14 December 2017. Archived from the original on 19 August 2018. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  4. ^ "T10 League gets International Cricket Council (ICC) sanction". The Indian Express.

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