Mercuri Entertainment’s head honchos, Co-Owner Gurmeet Singh and Director Ashit Patel, were in Toronto earlier this month. The dynamic duo were here to hold further discussions with Cricket Canada’s incumbent President Ranjit Saini on the recently announced plans for Canada’s hosting of a Global T20 Cricket League this coming July. During their visit the Mercuri officials met briefly with Caribbean Graphic’s Publisher Tony McWatt to outline their company’s exciting top line plans for the League, as well as the targeted construction of a Canadian Cricket stadium headquarters within the next three years.
Full details of the Mercuri officials’ plans, which are ultimately geared towards helping Canada become a “Cricket Country”, will be revealed in the very near future. In the interim Canadian Cricket fans can be assured that the Global T20 League’s Inaugural Season will get under way this coming July. The League’s 2018 Inaugural Season matches will be played at King City among six teams. Several of international cricket’s marquee T20 players, including Caribbean stars Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard and Andre Russell, are expected to participate in the Mercuri financed, Cricket Canada hosted Global T20 League matches this coming July.