The future of the domestic cricket league is in jeopardy as
there is uncertainty on when it will start.
Zimbabwe Cricket has instead urged players to prepare for
the Zimbabwe Premier League.
Domestic players protested over unpaid salaries last month
causing the interruption of the Logan Cup match between
Matabeleland Tuskers and MidWest Rhinos.
The start of the season had been delayed with
commencement dates changed three times and when things
looked to have gotten normal, players protested.
In an email forwarded to clubs and officials by ZC Game
Development and Domestic Cricket manager Caesar Bond
Nayoto last week, the debt-ridden and struggling ZC said
Logan Cup details will be advised.
“Find attached the Zimbabwe Premier League fixtures for
“Please circulate to relevant officials. Let us focus on ZPL in
“Logan Cup resumption dates will be circulated in due
course,” read the email.
The ZPL is a national club competition, which also was
interrupted after three rounds.
ZC made changes to the Domestic Season coming up with a
nine-month long calendar deserting the usual six months in
the name of improving the local game.
But financial constraints have painted a gloomy future of the