Brandon Mavuta, Sikandar Raza, Sean Williams get Mzansi Super League gigs

Skater Brandon Mavuta and athletes from around the world Sikandar Raza and Sean Williams have insured contracts to play in the Mzansi Super League in South Africa in November and December.

Both Williams and Raza were picked up by Tshwane Spartans, Williams secured R 350,000 (USD 24,500) while Raza earned R 100,000 (USD 7,000). They will join a solid lineup that also includes AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, Lungi Ngidi and Dean Elgar.

Mavuta will join Durban Heat for the league, which runs from November 16 to December 16 and includes 32 games in total. . Mavuta, 21, took a contract of R 180,000 (USD 12,600) and will allow his team to cover a second option of skates, when Rashid Khan is absent in the T10 League of Abu Dhabi, from November 23 to 2 from December. 19659002] The three Zimbabweans were part of a group of 11 that were included in the draft of MSL players, among 342 international and South African cricketers who played 96 places in the six teams of the league. Brendan Taylor, Craig Ervine, Solomon Look, Tendai Chisoro, Chris Mpofu, Elton Chigumbura, Kyle Jarvis and Neville Madziva also put their names on the hat. Surprisingly, Taylor was not elected, but will be part of the T10 League of Abu Dhabi that overlaps with the MSL.

As it is becoming the norm all over the world, the cricket of the T20 league has become increasingly important for the cricketers of Zimbabwe, who do not play so often their international colleagues. This year, Raza was also at the T20 World Cup in Canada and played an important role for Paktia Panthers in the Afghan Premier League (APL) before joining the Zimbabwean team on tour in Bangladesh. He will also participate in the Everest Premier League of Nepal, playing for Kathmandu Kings XI, in December.

Malcolm Waller also played in the APL, for Balkh Legends, and is one of the many Zimbabweans who participated in the 2017 -18 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), along with Graeme Cremer, Raza and Mire. Elton Chigumbura and Hamilton Masakadza had also been part of the BPL before

source:- espncricinfo.com

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