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Raina, Gayle among top stars as Masters League T20 set to ignite cricketing passion worldwide

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Raina, Gayle among top stars as Masters League T20 set to ignite cricketing passion worldwide

New Delhi, April 22 (Ajit Weekly News) Iconic cricketers Suresh Raina and Chris Gayle will illuminate the cricket field during the highly anticipated World Masters League T20, which is set to be held later this year. The World Masters League T20 is set to feature star players from cricketing powerhouses like India, Australia, West Indies and England, and promises to captivate fans worldwide with its extraordinary blend of skill, strategy, and entertainment.

Joining Raina and Gayle on this prestigious platform are former Indian cricketers Mohammad Kaif and Munaf Patel, adding to the allure of the event. The complete schedule, location, and franchise names for the World Masters League T20 will be announced in due course, heightening anticipation among fans and stakeholders alike.

“As the pioneers of innovation in T20 cricket, we aim to redefine the game’s narrative with an extraordinary blend of skill, strategy, and entertainment. Our journey is fueled by a commitment to uphold the rich legacy of cricketing legends. The World Masters League T20 is not just a tournament; it’s a tribute to the enduring spirit of the sport and the legends who have etched their names in cricket history,” World Masters League T20 organisers said in a statement on Sunday.

Former Indian domestic cricketers Jesal Karia, Bipul Sharma, Amitoze Singh, Anureet Singh, Abhimanyu Mithun, Ishwar Chaudhary and Robin Bist all have all signed up for the World Masters League T20 Draft.

With six teams competing in 19 thrilling matches, the World Masters League T20 promises non-stop entertainment for cricket enthusiasts. As the iconic players prepare to showcase their prowess on the field, fans can anticipate a unique and enthralling experience unlike any other.

–Ajit Weekly News

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