Champions League Twenty20
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Australia and Cricket South Africa that brings together the best domestic clubs from across the world in a battle for Twenty20 honours.
>>The inaugural competition featured 12 sides from seven nations and was held in October 2009 in India. New South Wales Blues, the side from Australia led by Simon Katich, emerged winners of the tournament. In 2010, CLT20 moved to South Africa where 10 sides from six nations locked horns at four venues.
>>IPL 2010 winners Chennai Super Kings, led by MS Dhoni, reigned supreme after a fortnight of top notch competition.
>>Year 2011, Six teams faced off in a qualifier out of which the three proceeded to join seven already confirmed teams making it a 10-team tournament. For the second year in a row an IPL team, Mumbai Indians, was crowned champion of champions.
>>For its 2012 season, the CLT20 will once again return to the Rainbow Nation. Eight teams –
- Sialkot Stallions (Pakistan)
- Trinidad and Tobago (West Indies)
- Auckland Aces (New Zealand)
- UVA Next (Sri Lanka)
- Hampshire (England)
- Yorkshire (England)
2012 Champions League Twenty20
- Sydney Sixers (Australia)
- Perth Scorchers (Australia)
- Highveld Lions (South Africa)
- Titans (South Africa)
- Kolkata Knight Riders (India)
- Chennai Super Kings (India)
- Delhi Daredevils (India)
- Mumbai Indians (India)
- 2 x Qualifiers (Teams tbc)
>>This app gives you handy information all you need to know about CLT20.
>>You can see the teams page, get the details of each player in the team squad.
>>You can also view the groups page.
>>Constantly updated results page.
>>New feature: Now you can filter the fixtures based on the team. So you can easily follow your favourite teams matches.
>>Todays match tab will show you what are the matches happening today.
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