About South Africa's Team In CLT20


This resource contains information about the South African Teams who are qualified in the Champion League T20.

South Africa's famous instrument of sound is Vuvuzelas. the sound of the Vuvuzelas are ringing in our ears because of the FIFA World Cup 2010 was held in South Africa. The less than a month's time the second International tournament is held in the South Africa. Now the second tournament is the Champion League T20. South Africa's team don't care what is the team, they want or need the quality of the cricket. There are two local teams, warriors and Lions are expected to dazzel in home conditions. The warriors are play their group matches in the St. George's Park, Port Elizabeth. They haven't big stars in their teams. In the warriors group, CSK and Victoria Bushrangers two fancied team.

Famous Musical Instrument Vuvuzelas


One of the best player of warriors Jacqies Kallis is not play for the home team. He play for the Royal Challegers Banglore. Warrior's coach Rusell Domingo said, "Kallis contract should Banglore qualify for CLT20, they have the first call on him. We might think it is crazy, he is a South African and his club warrior is inteh CLT20, but still he playing for Banglore, but thats it." Best weapon and special weapon of the warriors is the Johan Botha who is the all-round skills.

Second team form the South Africa is the Highveld Lions. Highveld Lions are plays threee of thier four matches at their homr ground which is the placed in Johanensburg that is Wanderers. They won the Inaugural Standard Bank Pro20 in 2006-2007. This team does not contains big names like other teams. But they have skipper like Alviro Peterson.


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