CSA release fixtures for Africa T20 Cup
Cricket South Africa has finalised the fixtures for the 2016 Africa T20 Cup competition, with the venues changing from the inaugural season to spread the matches around the country.
The tournament starts on 2 September in Pietermaritzburg, and will run till the final on 1 October. The venues for the semis and final, on 30 Septemper and 1 October, have not been decided.
There has been a slight change to the pool format with two matches each being played on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Each pool will play all their matches over one weekend, and the next weekend will see another pool play, and so on. So Pool A plays the first weekend, pool C the second, B the third, and D the fourth.
POOL A – PIETERMARITZBURG (2-4 Sept)
POOL B – OUDTSHOORN (16-18 Sept)
South Western Districts
POOL C – EAST LONDON (9-11 Sept)
POOL D – PAARL (23-25 Sept)
Semi-finals – 30 September
Final – 1 Octobe
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