Dinesh Karthik to unveil Champions Trophy

Updated: 19 August 2009 16:23 IST

India wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik will unveil the ICC Champions Trophy at a formal function on Thursday.

Mumbai:

India wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik will unveil the ICC Champions Trophy at a formal function on Thursday.

The unveiling would be done at the Reliance Centre in Ballard Estate, South Mumbai in the presence of Campbell Jamieson, General Manager (Commercial) of the International Cricket Council.

The Champions Trophy, carrying a prize pool of USD four million, is to be held from September 22 to October 5 in South Africa - at Centurion and Johannesburg.

Apart from India, hosts, South Africa, holders Australia, Pakistan, England, Sri Lanka, West Indies and New Zealand are to contest for the top prize of USD two million.

The runners-up would get USD one million and the two losing semi finalists USD 400,000 each. Teams finishing third in their respective groups would take home USD 100,000.

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