London — Cricket SA were to have revealed details about their promised T20 tournament this week, but they have postponed the news — not unlike the inaugural edition of the event itself in 2017. "We’re just waiting for a few signatures from our commercial deals before going to print," a Cricket SA spokesperson said. "Unfortunately, we can’t make any announcements until those have been completed." He said the beans would now be spilled on Tuesday, or a day less than seven weeks before the first ball is to be bowled. "They are just preponing the Ram Slam," was a counter view, which suggested that whatever Cricket SA presented would not differ much from their existing franchise T20 tournament. That came from one of the franchise owners of what was billed as an extravaganza called the T20 Global League (T20GL), which was supposed to have been played in November and December 2017 but was called off because, as Cricket SA said at the time, the competition would have cost them too much in f...

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