The T20 Max Competition 2023 will start on August 23 in Brisbane, Queensland.
Organised by Queensland Cricket, the second edition of T20 Max Competition will see 12 teams compete in a total of 17 T20 matches.
Gold Coast, Ipswich, Northern Suburbs, Redlands, South Brisbane, Sandgate-Redcliffe, Sunshine Coast, Toombul, University of Queensland, Valley, Western Suburbs and Wynnum-Manly are the 12 teams that will participate in the T20 Max Competition 2023.
As per the schedule, each team will play two matches in the league phase. The top four teams will advance to the semi-finals.
The T20 Max Competition 2023 final will be held on September 9.
Allan Border Field, Ian Healy Oval, Geoff Dymock Ovel and Jack Mclaughlin Oval are some of the venues that will host T20 Max Competition 2023.
Gold Coast are the defending champions of the T20 Max Competition, having clinched the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2022.
Some of Australia’s finest cricketers including the likes of Marnus Labuschagne, Usman Khawaja, Joe Burns, Ben McDermott and D’Arcy Short will take part in the upcoming T20 tournament.
Where to watch T20 Max Competition 2023 live in India?
Live streaming of the T20 Max Competition will be available on Queensland Cricket’s YouTube channel in India.
There will be no live telecast of the T20 Max Competition on any TV channel in India.
T20 Max Competition 2023 schedule and live India match times
All match times are in India Standard Time (IST)
Wednesday, August 23
Gold Coast vs South Brisbane - 1:30 PM
Thursday, August 24
Toombul vs Sandgate-Redcliffe - 1:30 PM
Saturday, August 26
Ipswich vs Sunshine Coast - 5:00 AM
Western Suburbs vs Valley - 9:00 AM
Sunday, August 27
Northern Suburbs vs Valley - 5:00 AM
Western Suburbs vs University of Queensland - 9:00 AM
Wednesday, August 30
Wynnum-Manly vs Sunshine Coast - 1:30 PM
Friday, September 1
Redlands vs University of Queensland - 1:30 PM
Saturday, September 2
Valley vs Wynnum-Manly - 4:45 AM
South Brisbane vs Ipswich - 5:00 AM
Valley vs Redlands - 9:00 AM
Sandgate-Redcliffe vs Western Suburbs - 9:15 AM
Sunday, September 3
Ipwich vs Toombul - 5:00 AM
Gold Coast vs Western Suburbs - 9:00 AM
Thursday, September 7
Semi-final 1 - 1:30 PM
Friday, September 8
Semi-final 2 - 2:00 PM
Saturday, September 9
T20 Max Competition 2023 final - 1:30 PM
T20 Max Competition 2023 teams and squads
Gold Coast: Matthew Kuhnemann (captain), Callum Taylor, Judd Markham, Nick Kelly, Brad Munro, Hugo Burdon, Michael Neser, Mitchell Owen, Teague Wylli, Ben McDermott, Jake Doran (wicket-keeper), Caleb Ziebell, Iain Carlisle, Jackson Smith, Josh Kann, Nick Buchanan, Xavier Bartlett
Ipswich: Anthony Wilson (captain), Leo Carter, Jem Ryan (wicket-keeper), Noah Emmerson, Josh Creevey, Sean Lutter (wicket-keeper), Josh Hoffman (wicket-keeper), Josh Clarkson, Harry Wood, Jake Cross, Michael Rae, Jack Wood, Bryn Llewellyn, Dylan McAteer, Adam Smith
Northern Suburbs: Jack Prestwidge (captain), Joe Burns, Josh Brown, Ravesh Srivastava (wicket-keeper), Connor Carroll, Mitch Doolan, Nikhil Chaudhary, Toby Gray, Will Prestwidge,
Redlands: Leigh Drennan (captain/wicket-keeper), Jordan Silk, Liam Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Sam Heazlett, Stephan Muller, Bailey Stewart, D’Arcy Short, Jack Sinfield, James Bazley, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Tom Biggs, Jimmy Peirson (wicket-keeper), Charles Stobo, Jasper Sumner, Lloyd Pope
South Brisbane: Gurinder Sandhu (captain), Aryan Jain, Claye Beams, James Rosewarne, Logan Duval, Param Uppal, Brandon Faber, Dylan Hunter, James Ward, Chathura Kaluthanthri, Billy Stanlake, Connor McMillan, Harmon Sandhu, Lucky Peterson, Sam Geyer, Stirling Mcavoy
Sandgate-Redcliffe: Mitchell Swepson (captain), Ben Cooper, Jake Winter, Connor Weal (wicket-keeper), Caden Sweeney, Mitchell Buckley, Thomas Brandt, Jack Cooper (wicket-keeper), Adrian Lascu, Sam Lowry, Tate Robins, Lachlan Ford, Mitchell Pascoe, Harry Conway, Gabe Bell, Harry Sweeney, Lloyd Aspin
Sunshine Coast: Jay Lenton (wicket-keeper), Nick Selman, Sam Truloff, Mackenzie Harvey, Alex Maidment, Ben Baker, Brodie Murphy, Oliver Bembrick, Liam Scott, Kuchu Ekanayake, Tom Engelbrecht, Chad Soper, Dan Cummins, Josh Matthews, Trent Riddell, Michael Wostear
Toombul: Lachlan Hearne (captain), Ryan Gibson, Lachlan Markey (wicket-keeper), Tobias Snell, Addy Grewal, Jack Webster, Sam Wilson, Tom Balkin, Hassan Sadar, Jeremy White, Elijah Eales, Ronan McDonald. Aubrey Stockdale, Tom Malone, Preston White, Devlin Malone
University of Queensland: Jack Clayton (captain), Hamish Gardiner, Nick Larkin, Oliver Davies, Max Clayton, Bryce Street, Will Crook, Alecz Day, Will Sanders, Angus Lovell. Callum Henderson, Matthew Willians, Harry Walker, Nick Sale, James Martens
Valley: Jack Beath, Jake Weatherald, Joshua Neill, Max Bryant, Usman Khawaja, Donal Whyte, Flynn Thomasson, Jack Wildermuth, Patrick Cotter, Benji Floros, Cameron Boyce, Dylan Mclachlan, Harry Manenti, Mark Steketee, Zanden Jeh
Western Suburbs: Chris Sabburg, Harry Mcneilly, Joshua Simone, Steve Paulsen, Aidan Watterson, Arjun Nair, Cooper Connolly, Jared Sippel, Steven McGiffin, Tom Campbell, Isaiah Snell (wicket-keeper), Tom Whitney (wicket-keeper), Blake Edwards, Brendan Doggett, Patrick Dooley
Wynnum-Manly: Corey Hunter (captain), Nick Hobson, Zak Foulkes, Kieran Elliot, Cameron Task, Jed Wilson, Sukhveer Singh, Brad Radford, Cameron Steinhardt, Reuben Burger, Liam Guthrie, Grayson Jones, Sahal Khatree, Josh Fraser
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