Euro T20 Slam set for 2021 start

The league was set to start in 2019 in Scotland, Ireland and The Netherlands.

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July 22, 2020 1 year
Euro T20 Slam set for 2021 start

The Board of the Euro T20 Slam has today confirmed plans to launch the event in 2021, given the ongoing uncertainty created by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Originally set to launch in 2019, the league sees two teams from Scotland, Ireland and The Netherlands compete in a first-of-its-kind continent-based T20 league.

Cricket Ireland, who has mandated the league as a Full Member, say: “Positive talks over recent months between organisers, financial backers and cricket boards had provided a glimmer of hope that the competition may see a launch in 2020 – with each of the three cricket boards identifying a fixture window to hold the event.

“However, continued uncertainty around the impacts of COVID-19 on international travel, quarantine requirements and the status of fan attendance at matches has scuppered plans for the current season.”

Euro T20 Slam website

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