With a mix of international cricketing legends and emerging local talents, the Zim Afro T10 is expected to showcase thrilling cricketing action and provide a platform for Zimbabwean players to shine on the global stage.
The player draft on 2 July will see the franchises complete their squads by selecting players from a pool of domestic and international cricketers. The franchises will strategically build their teams to balance skills and depth in all departments.
As the tournament approaches, cricket fans and enthusiasts eagerly await the Zim Afro T10 to witness the explosive performances, fierce rivalries, and nail-biting moments that T10 cricket is renowned for. With Harare as the venue for all the matches, the tournament promises to celebrate cricket in Zimbabwe, uniting fans and showcasing the country’s cricketing prowess.
The Zim Afro T10 is set to captivate cricket lovers and leave a lasting impact on the cricketing landscape, establishing itself as a premier tournament in the T10 format. The stage is set, and the franchises are ready to battle it out for the ultimate glory in this action-packed cricket extravaganza.
These pre-signed players add immense star power and talent to their respective teams, setting the stage for an exciting tournament.
Eoin Morgan, Evin Lewis, Shahnawaz Dahani, Robin Uthappa
Cape Town Samp Army
Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Karim Janat, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Maheesh Theekshana
Asif Ali, Sisanda Magala, George Linde, Hazratullah Zazai
Yusuf Pathan, Mushfiqur Rehman, Tom Banton, Noor Ahmed
Sikander Raza, Ashton Turner, Tymal Mills, Ben McDermott
Zimbabwe Cricket’s Managing Director, Mr Givemore Makoni, said, “We are in the final stages ahead of the Zim Afro T10’s inaugural edition. This gives me immense joy because to see this play out, in reality, has been a dream for all of the Zimbabwean cricket family, and it is a watershed moment in the history of the sport in the country. The fans, I am sure, are keenly waiting for the opening day.”
Mr Nawab Shaji Ul Mulk, T Ten Global Sports Founder and Chairman, said, “To bring the T10 to Zimbabwe has been high on the agenda for us in the recent past, and we are on the home stretch ahead of the inaugural edition of the tournament, is a source of great satisfaction for me. This is a red-letter day in the sport’s history; another landmark will be on the day of the player draft. We can’t wait to get things rolling and welcome the best of the best players to Harare.”