Nov 3, 2 weeks ago

SLC to launch Major Emerging League 2018 to launch Major Emerging League 2018

Sri Lanka Cricket will commence a Major Emerging League Tournament starting from tomorrow (04th November, 2018)

Major Emerging League Tournament, serves as a guideline for selections of youth from the Domestic youth Tournaments to the Major Emerging League and offers a pathway to First Class Level.

Tournament Structure:

2 Day Matches

Teams: 22 – Major Club (Tier A & Tier B) Teams and 2 Under 19 invitation teams.

Teams will be divided in to 8 Groups by a draw directed by SLC. Every team will play with each other team in the same Group once.

Group leaders will qualify for the knock-out stage – Quarters, Semis & the Final.

Tournament will run from 5th November to 26th November 2018.

Total Number of Matches – 31

Special Playing Condition:

Age Limit:

There should be a minimum of 07 players who are under 23 years of age, Born on or after 1st of November 1995 in the playing 11.

Tournament Fixtures



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