SLC seek change in Caribbean Premier League schedule

Friday, 10 May 2013 - 12:55



Sri Lanka Premier League director Ajit Jayasekara has said Sri Lanka Cricket has asked the West Indies Cricket Board to reschedule the inaugural Caribbean Premier League, in order to avoid a scheduling clash with the Sri Lanka Premier League.

The CPL is scheduled between July 29th and August 26th, while the SLPL is penciled in for an August 10th start.

SLC cannot postpone their tournament because the Champions League T20, which will feature SLPL winners in the qualifying stage, begins in mid-September.

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