Twenty20 Cricket League
Twenty20 CricketTwenty20 cricket was originally introduced in the United Kingdom for professional inter-county competition by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in 2003. It is a single innings cricket in which each team bats for a maximum of only 20 overs.
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Indian Premier League Season 2
2009 DLF Indian Premier League
Deccan Chargers IPL 2009 Champions
May 2009After finishing bottom in the inaugural tournament in 2008, Deccan Chargers won the 2009 Indian Premier League beating Bangalore Royal Challengers by six runs in the final in Johannesburg. The tournament was a huge success, despite all the controversies that marred the tournament, which was shifted to South Africa at the last moment.
RCB v DC, Finals: Deccan Chargers 143 for 6 (Gibbs 53*, Symonds 33, Kumble 4-16) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 137 for 9 (RE van der Merwe 32, Ross Taylor 27, Ojha 3-28) by 6 runs
Indian Cricket League Season 2
2008 ICL 20-20 Indian Championship
Lahore Badshahs lift ICL Trophy
Nov 16, 2008Favourites Lahore Badshahs lived up to their reputation and annexed the ICL Twenty20 League title after an easy eight-wicket win over Hyderabad Heroes in the third final on Sunday. Imran Nazir cracked a huge six to land the winning runs as Lahore won the best-of-three finals 2-1.
LB v HH, 3rd Final: Lahore Badshahs 160 for 2 (13.5 overs) beat Hyderabad Heroes 158 for 7 (20.0 overs) by 8 wickets
Pakistan Super League
Pakistan Super League 2009The Pakistan Super League (PSL) is a Twenty20 cricket competition created by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The first season of the PSL will be held in September 2009 and will replace Pakistan's current Twenty20 competition. The structure of the league will be modelled on the Indian Premier League, making use of the franchise model.
Twenty20 Cup 2009The Twenty20 Cup is a cricket competition for English and Welsh county clubs.
When the Benson And Hedges Cup ended in 2002, the England and Wales Cricket Board needed another one day competition to fill its place.