Kumar Sangakkara - "I'm excited about the Amateur Cricket Club Challenge to be hosted in Sri Lanka in 2021 in the month of April. It is a great opportunity for amateur cricketers from around the world"
Mahela Jayawardena - "it's going to be a great tournament for the amateurs"
Jason Gillespie - “Sri Lanka was one of my favourite places to tour as a player, I loved playing cricket there, I love the country"
16 july 2017 cricket.com.au
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The T20 Amateur Cricket Club Challenge (T20ACCC) is a new international tournament for the amateur cricketer. Commencing 30 March 2021 to 13 April, the ACCC will be played in Sri Lanka over two weeks, every two years.
The tournament is sanctioned by the Sri Lankan Cricket Board (SLC) and will be a celebration of grassroots cricket. The ACCC aims to give the amateur a taste of a professional cricketer’s world, with all games to be played on Sri Lanka’s international and first class grounds. Exciting opening and closing gala events and a mid-tournament game with the Sri Lankan ‘96 World Cup champion team will be features of the tournament.
To keep up to date, follow the T20ACCC on Facebook for all the latest news.
T20 ACCC Tiers
By 2027, 300 associations from around the world will receive an invitation for one club to participate. These 300 teams will be divided into four tiers: Premier, Metro, Country and Open. More details....
Participants can choose from some of the best hotels in Sri Lanka.
Games will be played on some of the most picturesque grounds in the world.
Perfect beaches, stunning landscape, culture, adventure, wildlife and the most welcoming people. How could you not love this island?