Twenty20

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Twenty20

n
(Cricket) a form of one-day cricket in which each side bats for twenty overs
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The Sri Lanka Police Cricket team won the international Police Twenty20 Cricket carnival beating the Western Australia Police team in the final in England.
PESHAWAR -- The first edition of the District Nazim Twenty20 Cricket Tournament will be commencing from January 24, here at Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium, District Sports Officer Jamshed Baloch told reporter here on Wednesday.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved the Everest Premier League (EPL) 2018, Nepal's Twenty20 cricket tournament.
'There are no lenient teams in Twenty20 cricket and Australia, you all know, is a strong side in the T20 format,' he said while speaking to the media.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], April 9 (ANI): Former New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum has joined one of cricket's most exclusive clubs by becoming the second player in the history of the game to reach 9000-run mark in Twenty20 cricket.
Root admitted his disappointment, but made it clear it was not because of a lost chance to rake in high remuneration, rather to fulfill his desire to play more Twenty20 cricket, especially with the T20 World Cup coming up in two years time.
Saad Khan Twenty20 Cricket Tournament will be held here at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University ground on November 10, 2017 at 9.30 a.m.
He has hit 49 sixes in Twenty20 cricket and 52 before his retirement from Tests in 2010.
"Twenty20 cricket is something that can chop and change very quickly, momentum can swing from one way to the other.
Live cricket Sky Sports Ashes, 7.10pm EVER since its inception ten years ago, Twenty20 cricket has been regarded as a huge threat to the more traditional forms of the game, writes James Milton.
Dubai: It seems to be high noon for Twenty20 cricket everywhere.
THE MCC World Cricket committee are backing the inclusion of Twenty20 cricket at the 2024 Olympic Games, believing it could lead to "a potential boost" in the profile of the sport.