Cricket SA will trial a new format with three teams competing in a single 36-over Solidarity Cup match at SuperSport Park in Centurion on June 27.

The fixture is a chance for the country’s leading players to get game time in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic but will also raise funds for charity. It will be played in an empty stadium and is a test for, the sport’s national governing body's protocols for a return to play for the domestic game, which could come as early as July...

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