Cricket South Africa has been going through a turbulent phase from the last one year following their administration debacle.
President Chris Nenzani and Dr. Jacques Faul stepped down from their respective positions from the board leading to overnight crisis.
Things turned worse after the country’s Olympic body took over the administration from CSA. In the midst of all of that, the board was working on conducting the 3T Solidarity Cup, a unique tournament consisting of three teams in a single match. Unfortunately, the tournament had to be postponed due to the growing number of cases in the country.
However, as per some reports, the domestic cricket is set to resume in South Africa from November 2. CSA announced the schedule in a short notice which will include both men’s and women’s tournament.
Out of the seven tournaments, only one Men’s and women’s tournament will be held, at least resuming the cricket in the country.
The last competitive cricket in the country was played on March 15 before the country was shut after the lockdown was announced.
CSA may have finally found the solution to resuming the competitive domestic cricket in the country but the major struggle still lies ahead.
The board’s next challenge would be resuming international cricket in the country for both men and women’s team. England was supposed to tour South Africa at the end of the year but there is no such confirmation from either boards of both the countries.