Champions League dates to be decided on Friday

Updated: 08 December 2008 15:48 IST

The officials from India, Australia and South Africa have decided to hold a telephonic conference on Friday to sort out a date for the Champions League.

Melbourne:

With difficulties in finding a window for the postponed Champions League, the cricket officials from India, Australia and South Africa have decided to hold a telephonic conference on Friday to sort out a date for the Twenty20 tournament.

Scheduled to be held from December 3-10, the Champions League tournament, which will showcase top domestic Twenty20 teams from Australia, England, South Africa, Pakistan and India, was postponed due to security concerns following the Mumbai mayhem on November 26.

"They'll look at potential dates but as you can understand it is very difficult to find a window that suits everyone," a Cricket Australia spokesman was quoted as saying in the 'Herald Sun'.

Indian Premier League winner Rajasthan Royals and the runners-up Chennai Superkings will represent India in the week-long event, while Victoria and Western Australia are the Australian qualifiers.

Topics : Cricket
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