Proteas

Proteas' Zim tri-series on TV

2012-06-09 13:33
Johan Botha (File)
Cape Town - Cricinfo has reported that the unofficial Twenty20 tri-series between Zimbabwe, South Africa and Bangladesh in Harare this month will be broadcast on television.

SuperSport confirmed they would screen the seven-match event live, as part of their commitment to both Cricket South Africa (CSA) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC). The rights have also been sold to Bangladesh television.

"We are proud partners and want to showcase the talents of youngsters like Chris Morris, Colin Ingram and Richard Levi," Brandon Foot, head of acquisitions and legal for SuperSport, said.

"With South Africa's tour of England also due, I've little doubt that interest will be at a premium, notwithstanding the unofficial status."

South Africa will use the series as part of the build up to the full tour of England starting in July.

 

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