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‘Cricket in my country was dying’: South Africa legend Smith says new T20 league is saving his sport


‘Cricket in my country was dying’: South Africa legend Graeme Smith on how new Twenty20 league is saving his sport… after spending three months working as its commissioner to help finally launch the tournament

  • Smith says South African cricket would have ‘died’ without new SA20 league
  • He was crucial in persuading the likes of Jofra Archer and Jos Butler to sign up 
  • Newlands stadium has been full to capacity for the first time in three years

Graeme Smith was so convinced of South Africa’s need for their own global T20 tournament that after being…



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