Due to popular demand, Cricket Switzerland has released a new national T10 format, respecting Covid-19 restrictions that limit sporting events to 50 participants.
In place of the three groups of eight teams, there are now seven groups of 3 teams, with the winners of each group plus the best runner-up, to qualify for a quarter final knockout stage at the end of September and a finals day on 2nd October.
The eventual winners face the prospect of a place in the European Cricket League T10 qualifiers in Spain in 2022 and the chance of being the undisputed T10 champions of Europe.
The first of the weekends took place on Saturday 31st July & Sunday 1st August in Geneva. On Saturday 31st July Cossonay qualified from pool 1 and on Sunday 1st August, Geneva from Pool 2. At the end of August Nomads qualified from pool 5.
Next up is pool 5 to be played on Saturday 11th September, followed by groups 7 (12.9.), 6 (18.9.), and 5 (28.9.).
Participating teams and their corresponding groups for 2021, including
Bout du Monde
31 July 2021
|2.||Geneva SL CC|
|3.||Geneva United CC|
1 August 2021
11 Sep 2021
|2.||Swiss Afghan CC|
|3.||Zurich Crickets II|
12 Sep 2021
|1.||Zurich Lions CC|
28 Aug 2021
18 Sep 2021
|1.||Zurich Crickets I|
|2.||St Gallen CC|
19 Sep 2021
Teams in block qualified from their respective groups as winners or as the best runner-up.
Details of the competition, the group stage fixtures & results are published below:
The quarter final knockout stage to be played Saturday 25th September 2021.
Finals day was played at En Marche, Cossonay, on Saturday 2nd October 2021.
The CS T10 Series is run under the auspices of Cricket Switzerland and the 2020 Cricket Switzerland T10 regulations.
Further information on this fixture is available direct from Asvin Lakkaraju.
|2021||Olten Cricket Club||Nomads Cricket Club|
|2020||Nomads Cricket Club||Olten Cricket Club|