The ‘Sixty’ ball competition is beginning with the new principles

Cricket West Indies and Caribbean Premier League are co-facilitating a new ’60’ ball (60-ball) competition. The debut occasion of the ‘Sixty’ competition will be hung on August 24 at Warner Park in St. Kitts and Nevis. It will go on till August 28.

The competition will happen before the 10th release of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Six young men ‘establishments and three young ladies’ groups will play in the CPL. There are a few new principles in this new competition.

made Every group of Overton Brothers will have just six wickets in their grasp. At first the show of dominance will be two overs. On the off chance that you can raise a ruckus around town 12 wads of the innings or two sixes in two overs, you can take an additional one-over show of dominance in 3 to 9 overs.
The bowling crew will bowl five overs drawn from a similar edge. Then, at that point, from the opposite end. A bowler can bowl a limit of 2 overs. On the off chance that you can’t complete the process of bowling inside the specified time, you will be rebuffed. In the mean time, in the event that you neglect to complete 10 overs quickly, a defender should go off the field for the last 1 over.

Caribbean whiz Chris Gayle will go about as the envoy of the main occasion. The West Indies players will be accessible for the competition after the one-day series against New Zealand on August 21.

The hosts have recently sent off a joint 100-ball competition among England and Wales in 2021. The West Indies will begin such a competition determined to complete the game quicker than that.