Cricket South Africa was good to go to continue cricket in a shiny new arrangement in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. A presentation coordinate was planned on June 27 at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. It would have been a one of a kind 36-over challenge including three groups, condensed as 3TC (Three-group cricket).
Be that as it may, the danger of COVID-19 transmission has crashed the arrangement of Cricket South Africa as the endeavor has been deferred. With Centurion being a coronavirus hotspot, Cricket South Africa would require endorsement from the Health Ministry just as the Department of Sport to utilize the scene for the match.
In spite of confirmations from Cricket South Africa executive Graeme Smith that they will have the option to convince the legislature to have the installation, the endeavor has as of now been deferred and another date will be declared soon.
“The operational groups behind the solidarity match and occasion accomplices in a joint effort with CSA, 3TCricket, and SuperSport met to think about the status to have the occasion on June 27,” Cricket South Africa said in a discharge on Saturday.
“Following this gathering it has become evident that more work is required in planning, including endorsement. Another date will be declared at the appointed time,” CSA further said in the announcement.
The operational groups behind the Solidarity match and occasion accomplices as a team with Cricket South Africa, 3TCricket and SuperSport met to think about the status to have the occasion on 27th June.
The 3TC installation was named as Solidarity Cup by the Cricket South Africa and it was intended to raise assets towards those from the cricket brotherhood who have endured due to COVID-19 catastrophe.
Three Proteas stalwarts–AB de Villiers, Kagiso Rabada and Quinton de Kock were scheduled to lead three sides in the Solidarity Cup. Be that as it may, with the delay of the endeavor, fans should hang tight for some time to witness cricketing activity in the rainbow country.
The exceptional organization was relied upon to engage fans who were enthusiastically sitting tight for the resumption of cricketing activity. In the 3TC arrangement, each group comprises of eight players and the game spreads across 36 overs, separated into equal parts of 18 overs each.
Numerous South African internationals like Aiden Markram, Lungi Ngidi, Andile Phehlukwayo, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Temba Bavuma, Faf du Plessis, Chris Morris and Tabraiz Shamsi were going to play the experience.