full story »SS Events is organising the third Century Bank Corporate Super Sixes from October 19, the organisers announced on Thursday.
A total of 24 teams—six more than the previous edition—are competing in the tournament with each of the eight groups consisting of three teams.
SS Events has been focusedin bringing in cricketing activities and we will try togo even further in coming days,” said Raman Shiwakoti, CEO of SS Events.
All the matches of the tournament will be played at the TU Stadium with the organisers preparing for live broadcast of semi-final and final matches.
Century Bank Assistant Manager Subash Sharma said the tournament has been a good deal for his company.“We have been closely following each and every part of the tournament and it has been giving us a good mileage.
We would like to continue our sponsorship in the coming days as well and eagerly looking forward to the current edition,” said Sharma.
The winner of the tournament will get a free entry to the next edition.
The winners and runners-up along with best batsman, bowler and fielder will get gift hampers.
The estimated cost of the tournament is Rs 2.5 million.
Civil Bank and Sipradi Trading are the winners of the first two editions.
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