BBC UK – Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris says hosting a franchise for the new Twenty20 competition will prove a catalyst for the county.

Summary

  • Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris says hosting a franchise for the new Twenty20 competition will prove a catalyst for the county.
  • But no Test matches will be played in Wales then, with Tests restricted to the traditional six venues.
  • The county will continue to play Championship, T20 and one-day cup matches separately from the new team, with other Welsh venues potentially in line for more games during the new tournament.
  • Glamorgan will also host five T20 international matches and three one-day matches between 2020 and 2024.
  • “There’s less cricket to go round and plenty of venues, so we’re very satisfied with what we’ve been given,” Morris told BBC Sport Wales.


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