CSA Director of Cricket Graeme Smith said he is charmed to have the group get back to the Caribbean and offered his thanks to CWI and the administrations of St. Lucia and Grenada for their support in guaranteeing the visit happens.
On Friday, the Cricket South Africa (CSA) affirmed the Proteas men’s visit to the West Indies following a very long time of positive commitment with Cricket West Indies (CWI).
It will be the South Africans’ first respective visit to the Caribbean since 2010, trailed by a tri-arrangement in 2016 that likewise included Australia.
The visit, which must be rescheduled from 2020, will incorporate two Test matches and five T20s, from June 10 to July 3 this year in St. Lucia at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground and Grenada at the National Cricket Stadium, separately.
CSA Director of Cricket Graeme Smith said he is charmed to have the group get back to the Caribbean and offered his thanks to CWI and the legislatures of St. Lucia and Grenada for their accommodation in guaranteeing the visit happens.
“We are extremely pleased to have the men’s team’s tour to the West Indies officially confirmed. COVID-19 has played havoc with the ICC Future Tours Programme and we are thankful to Cricket West Indies and the governments of St. Lucia and Grenada for ensuring that the tour goes ahead as planned,” said Smith in a CSA discharge.