Cricket fans all over the world have been starved of sporting action since the rapid deterioration of the coronavirus crisis. To quench the thirst of fans, cricket’s first tournament in two months – the Vincy Premier League T10 is set to take place in the Caribbean from May 22 onwards.
The VPL T10 features three international stars in Kesrick Williams, Sunil Ambris and Obed McCoy as the matches will take place in St Vincent and Grenadines. 72 players have been drafted into the 12-member squads for the six-franchise competition.
"It is an exciting time for cricket in SVG, I can feel the buzz of sports enthusiasts who are thirsty for some cricket and sports. We came up with this T10 franchise format because of the absence of sports content at this point, and thought that this brand of cricket would be enticing to cricket fans across the globe,” said Cricket West Indies vice-president Dr. Kishore Shallow.