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by Cricket South Africa Monday 24 June 2019
The League will take place during the last quarter of 2019, with the teams assembling from 1 November and the tournament running through to the Grand Final on 16 December.
The closing date to register is July 15.
A foreign overseas player is defined as a player who holds only a non-South African passport and who is not eligible, under ICC regulations, to play for South Africa. He must either be a current or former international player who has played international cricket in the past 18 months and has a high profile with a proven track record in domestic T20 tournaments around the world.
A “Kolpak” player is defined as a player who is eligible to play for South Africa under ICC eligibility rules but has declared his intention not to play for South Africa and is registered with Kolpak status in another country. For the sake of clarity, a Kolpak player is, for the purpose of the League, classified as an overseas player.
A South African player is one who is eligible and available to play for South Africa and is also currently contracted either at national, franchise or senior provincial level in South Africa. Each team will be permitted to include only one South African player that is not domestically or nationally contracted (excluding Kolpak players).
Players should be available from 1 November 2019 until 17 December 2019.
Interested players will need to register by going to the CSA Website (www.cricket.co.za) and accessing the registration process via the relevant Mzansi Super League registration link. Foreign overseas players will also need to submit a copy of their passports or other similar identification as part of the player registration process.
Players’ applications will then be vetted and, after acceptance by the League, will be notified to complete and submit an Agreement to Enter the Draft (AED) on the same link, which will be a binding agreement to enter the Draft.
The following information is required to complete the AED process:
The CSA Board has unanimously approved the following rules and regulations for the competition:
“The time is now right for us to register players who would like to participate in MSL 2.0,” commented CSA Chief Executive Thabang Moroe. “We are already in the process of securing the services of the foreign and South African marquee players for our six franchises. In addition, all our Standard Bank Proteas contracted players will, barring injury, be available for the full duration of the league.
“We can look back on a highly successful first edition of the MSL which will be further enhanced as we roll out MSL 2.0. We now have the MSL established as a league that has its own place in the global T20 calendar and compares favourably with the other major ones of its type. The quality of cricket produced was excellent and our six franchises are now well-established brands.
“From this exciting start and with more time available for the all-important planning process we can only go from strength to strength,” concluded Mr. Moroe.
Cricket South Africa