Twenty20 Champions League
The Twenty20 Champions League is an international Twenty20 cricket competition. The inaugural tournament is scheduled to be held from 3rd to 10th December 2008 in India. The following clubs are permitted to participated in this tournament – the winners and runners-up of the Indian Premier League in India, the winners of the Twenty20 Cup in England and Wales, the winners and runners-up of Standard Bank Pro 20 Series in South Africa and Zimbabwe, the winners and runners-up of the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash in Australia and the winners of the RBS Twenty-20 Cup from Pakistan. In the 2008 competition the clubs which are participating are as follows – Sialkot Stallions, Middlesex Crusaders, Nashua Titans, Nashua Dolphins, Western Warriors, Victoria Bushrangers, Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.
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Monday October 29
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Saturday October 13
The Twenty20 festival continues for cricket fans as, less than a week after World T20, the clubs of the world unite to play in the Champions League. More
Thursday October 11
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Saturday September 25
After a dismal show in the first two editions of the Champions League T20 by their domestic Twenty20 league winners, the Justin Vaughan, chief executive, New Zealand Cricket, is confident that the country is an integral part of the tournament and will be invited to participate in it next year too. More
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