CSA adopts 3-tier approach to future of T20 Global League

2018-02-03 14:14
Thabang Moroe (Gallo)

Cape Town - The Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) Members Forum considered the various options available to it regarding the future of the T20 Global League at its meeting on Saturday and decided on a three-tiered approach to take the matter forward.

The Forum appointed a task team, consisting of CSA Acting Chief Executive Thabang Moroe, Chief Financial Officer Naasei Appiah, three Member Presidents and three Member CEOs to interrogate the concept and in turn report to a workshop that will be attended by all Member Presidents, All Member CEOs and all members of the Board of CSA.

“The final decision,” commented CSA President Chris Nenzani, “will rest with the Members Forum to endorse the outcome of the Workshop.

“I envisage that the whole process will be completed in a couple of months as there is an obvious urgency to get the matter completed.”

The Members Forum also endorsed the decision of the Board to form a special contact group to work with Sport and Recreation South Africa and the Depart of Basic Education to address the matter of sports facilities and access in rural areas.

It was also announced that CSA will be holding a Transformation Indaba from April 13-15.

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