The South African tour of the West Indies still on the bill

JOHANNESBURG: South African and West Indies officials hope that a South African test and a Twenty20 tour of the Antilles It will take place this year, despite announcing on Wednesday that the South African women's and men's A-team tours had been postponed.

The women were due to play five international one-day matches in Jamaica and Trinidad, starting in late May, while men's team A would begin their tour in Antigua in June. Both tours were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A statement issued by Cricket South Africa on Wednesday he quoted Johnny Grave, CEO of Cricket Antilles As I said that the discussions continued with CSA on the feasibility of the older men's tour, which will begin on July 15.