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Friday, 01 June 2012 - 8:11
CLT20 to be moved to SA
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The Champions League Twenty20, the most lucrative club cricket tournament in the world, could possibly be moved to South Africa.

Cricket South Africa acting CEO Jacques Faul said there is a possibility that SA will host due problems with the IPL qualifiers venues but there has been no final decision yet.

Faul is one of the members of the CLT20 governing council, replacing the previous CEO Gerald Majola, who is suspended pending disciplinary action.

In the 2011 CLT20, a six-team qualifier leg was held for the first time with the fourth-place finisher from the IPL, the national T20 champions from New Zealand and West Indies, a team from Sri Lanka and two teams from England competing for three qualifying spots.

The total prize money on offer was $6m with the winner earning $2.5 million.

The event was won by the Mumbai Indians.

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