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Legends League Cricket targets ABD and other stars for season 5

By Akanksha - June 14, 2024 - Last updated on Jun 14, 2024 12:53 PM
Legends League Cricket targets ABD and other stars for season 5

In its forthcoming fifth season, luminaries League Cricket hopes to include recently retired cricket luminaries such as AB De Villiers, Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Dawid Malan, and Stuart Broad. Legends League Cricket is scheduled to resume in September 2024, following a historic season in November and December 2023 that drew 1.56 billion viewers worldwide. Player registration is currently available.

The sport's elite will walk the red carpet when they arrive at various locations in Qatar and India to delight their fans by going back in time. Six teams are scheduled to play in the upcoming season, which promises even more excitement after the previous one's success in India and widespread media attention. Six teams controlled by multibillion-dollar conglomerates participated in the 2023 season; the Manipal Tigers were victorious after beating Urbanrisers Hyderabad.

The goal of this new season is to draw in more participants and grow the Legends League Cricket fan base. More than 120 players from nine different countries took part last December. The player draft registration window is currently open, meaning that additional players can join the league.

Interested parties can visit the official website, www.llct20.com, to purchase tickets and view future events.

Over 400 players from 14 nations registered for the draft pool last year, despite the requirement that they had played at least 20 List A games in their home countries.

'We are aiming to interact with Legends League Cricket for our fans by bringing in the top international players. After retiring, elite players like Aaron Finch and Suresh Raina played their debut series with us. This event is growing larger and better as teams from all over the world compete in cities like Qatar and India. The lineup is filled with celebrities. As a result, our fans can now enjoy world-class cricket in their cities and see their favourite players perform live. In the previous season, the average age of Legends playing at LLC was almost 37. Legends League Cricket co-founder Raman Raheja stated, "With stars like Suresh Raina, Irfan Pathan, and Aaron Finch, the tournament is attracting a lot of attention.'

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