The Zimbabwe Domestic T20 is a domestic cricket competition in Zimbabwe. It is a Twenty20 format competition, with each team playing each other once in a round-robin format. The top four teams then progress to the semi-finals, with the winners of the semi-finals meeting in the final.
The competition was first held in 2013, and was originally known as the Stanbic Bank Twenty20. It was renamed the Metropolitan Bank Twenty20 in 2015, and then the Zimbabwe Domestic T20 in 2017.
|Date||Time||Home Team||Away Team|
|21-Feb-2023||11:30||Matabeleland Tuskers||Midwest Rhinos|
|25-Feb-2023||7:30||Mashonaland Eagles||Southern Rocks|
|26-Feb-2023||11:30||Mashonaland Eagles||Midwest Rhinos|
The Zimbabwe Domestic T20 has been won by a number of different teams over the years. The most successful team is the Mountaineers, who have won the competition four times. Other teams to have won the competition include the Eagles, the Rising Stars, and the Tuskers.
About the League
The Zimbabwe Domestic T20 is a popular competition and attracts a number of top Zimbabwean and international cricketers. The competition has helped to raise the profile of cricket in Zimbabwe and has contributed to the development of the sport in the country.
League Teams and Players
The Zimbabwe Domestic T20 is contested by six teams:
The teams are made up of a mix of Zimbabwean and international players. Some of the top players who have played in the Zimbabwe Domestic T20 include Brendan Taylor, Sikandar Raza, Sean Williams, and Craig Ervine.
The Zimbabwe Domestic T20 is a great opportunity for young cricketers to showcase their talent and to compete with some of the best players in the world. The league has also helped to raise the profile of cricket in Zimbabwe and has contributed to the development of the sport in the country.