Cape Town Sixes go big
The third annual Cape Town Sixes event promises to be the biggest one yet with organizers expecting a larger than ever audience when the action gets underway from the 24th to the 25th of March 2018.
The two-day event has seen entrants come in from as far afield as Dubai for what has become the biggest amateur cricket festival on the continent.
More than just a cricket tournament the 2018 edition of the Cape Town Sixes will feature expanded Wine and Beer on the wicket experiences as well as some of the best local music talent with Majozi and Hotter already confirmed.
One of the highlights of past editions of the Cape Town Sixes has been the exhibition match between the SA Rugby Legends and SA Cricket Legends with an International Invitational XI thrown into the mix this year.
Visitor’s to the festival can also delight their taste buds at the Gourmet food village (Including Halaal offerings).
Former Proteas stars Allan Donald, Meyrick Pringle, Brett Schultz act as the event’s ambassadors.
Corporate Hospitality tents will overlook the main field and entertainment area.
Cape Town Sixes social development inititive #HitPovertyForASix will be running various cricket coaching clinics leading up to the main event.
As far as the action on the field goes there will be six leagues for entrants to choose from ranging from the Corporate Cup [VIP] through the Social, Lager and Klipdrift leagues down to the young talent of the Future Stars League and the grassroots work of the Development League. Cricket Clubs can also enter their own teams into the Club League.
Register your team here.
For more information visit www.capetownsixesfestival.com.
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