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Vidarbha Cricket Association to conduct “VCA T20 Tournament”

Presenting yet another platform for Vidarbha cricketers, VCA will conduct a 17 day T20 Tournament from 5th to 21st October 2021 at VCA Stadium, Jamtha. The Tournament will be conducted in association with Twenty First Century Marketing- a leading sports marketing company who apart from holding the in-stadia advertising rights of VCA, also has global presence, holding rights of New Zealand Cricket, Cricket West Indies and Asia Cup tournaments. Six teams will participate in the tournament. The teams are selected exclusively from VCA registered players across Vidarbha and there are no franchisees or team owners.

The matches will be streamed live exclusively on “FanCode” App or by streaming on the website www.fancode.com.


The tournament will be played on round-robin format with the semi-finals on 20th & the final on 21st October 2021. Two matches will be played every day and the matches timings are:

1st Match – 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
2nd Match – 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

VCA & TCM have plans to make this tournament an annual affair to ensure its twin objectives of focussing on development of the game in the region and give an opportunity to the regional players to experience high pressure situations.

“We are excited to announce the inaugural VCA T20 Tournament. This will give opportunities to many new and young players to showcase their talents and play along with some of the best players from the region. Live digital telecast of the tournament gives the opportunity for the fans across the region, to watch their home grown cricketers compete at the highest level” said VCA President, Mr.Anand Jaiswal.

Mr.Basant Dhawan, Chief Executive Officer, TCM said “We are excited to partner with the VCA for the inaugural VCA T20 Tournament. We believe, the tournament is going to be a showcase of high-quality cricket and provides the platform for marketers to leverage the most popular sport of cricket & build their brand affinity with the fans of the Vidarbha region”.

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