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Cricket South Africa postpones 3T Cricket in the midst of the Coronavirus

Cricket South Africa postpones 3T Cricket in the midst of the Coronavirus

Cricket South Africa postpones 3T Cricket amid the Coronavirus

Cricket South Africa had revealed that they would be playing the 3T cricket from 27th June, but the 3T  Cricket seems to be canceling as published by the sources amidst the Coronavirus outbreak.

Cricket South Africa postpones 3T Cricket amid the Coronavirus.

The game was termed as a solidarity cup because it was supposed to raise the Coronavirus funds along with CSA, and its broadcasters.

“The operational teams behind the solidarity match and event partners in collaboration with CSA, 3TCricket, and [broadcaster] SuperSport met to consider the readiness to host the event on June 27,” CSA said in a release on Saturday.

“Following this meeting, it has become clear that more work is needed in preparation, including approval. A new date will be announced in due course,” CSA further said in the statement.

The rules of the games are as followed:

A game of 3TC cricket consists of 36 overs divided into two halves of 18 overs each. In the first half, each team faces six overs from one of their opponents. In the second half of the game, each side resumes batting, facing another six overs, but this time from their other opponents.

The rules of game highlights that a match is contested between three teams of eight players each and the team’s bat for one inning of 12 overs split between two 6-over periods, facing one opponent in the first half and the other opponent in the second half.

Teams’ turns in the first half will rotate from batting to bowling to the dugout. With the starting positions determined by a draw and in the second half, teams bat in order of the highest scores in the first half. Source: GeoSuper

“After the fall of the 7th wicket, the last batter stands alone and can only score in even numbers of runs. If the 7th wicket falls in the first half, the team forfeits the remaining balls in that half, and the last batter resumes the innings in the second half says the official rules of the game,” the rules state.

“Most runs wins Gold, second Silver, and third Bronze. If two teams tie with most runs, super overs decide Gold; if all three teams tie, all get Gold, and, in a tie for second, Silver is shared,” it adds.

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