Sri Lanka will become the first full member country to organize T10 league, Lanka T10 league will be played in June

Lanka T10 League: Sri Lanka Cricket Board is all set to start its T10 league and its first season will be played in June next year. Both women and men teams will be seen playing in this tournament named Lanka T10 League. As soon as the tournament starts, Sri Lanka will become the first full member country of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to organize the T10 league. The T10 league in Abu Dhabi is very famous, but it is not organized by a full member country.

Six men’s and four women’s teams will take part in the tournament

Sri Lanka cricket has been in favor of T10 league for a long time and they were the first to send their players in T10 league. Talking about full members, before Sri Lanka, no other country used to send its players to these leagues. However, since Sri Lanka started, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan and Bangladesh have also started sending their players. Several successful seasons of the Abu Dhabi T10 League have been held so far.

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