Sport Staff
1 minute read
26 Nov 2019
10:51 am

WATCH: This is the brave new world of T10 cricket

Sport Staff

Want to know what's the fuss all about? Watch this documentary.

Hasan Ali of Punjabi Legends looses his footing during the T10 League Final match between Kerela Kings and Punjabi Legends at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on December 17, 2017 in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Cricket’s unabated drive towards bigger fan engagement doesn’t stop at the T20 format.

England recently held it’s player draft for its controversial “The Hundred” product, a tournament starting in 2020 aimed at stimulating grass root interest in the game as well as appealing to audiences that don’t enjoy watching longer versions of the game.

However, the shortest form of cricket takes place annually in Abu Dhabi, where a growing T10 League – yes, that’s ten overs a side – tournament is gaining traction. And it’s already sparking talk of team’s creating a dynasty in that tournament.

Want to know what’s going on? Watch this documentary…

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