“The choice to make these changes to the KFC BBL|10 schedule was crucial to make sure the continuation of the season in mild of the continued public well being state of affairs and associated state border closures,” Dobson mentioned.
“The motion of those video games has been made potential due to a big group of stakeholders together with Governments, our KFC BBL golf equipment and State and Territory Associations and our broadcast and industrial companions, whose onerous work, understanding and adaptability we drastically admire.
“We’d additionally wish to take the chance once more to recognise the gamers, employees and match officers who’ve proven unimaginable resilience and adaptability to adapt to the ever-changing panorama and efficiently applied bio safe hubs in every market, which have allowed us to maintain the BBL transferring.”
The conflict on January 14 between the Brisbane Warmth and Melbourne Renegades initially scheduled for Marvel Stadium will probably be moved to Manuka Oval and the Strikers-Warmth match set down for January 21 on the MCG will probably be performed at Adelaide Oval.
The Sydney derby on January 22 has been moved to Adelaide Oval, which can alsohost the Thunder-Strikers match on January 24.
The Sixers will tackle the Hurricanes on the MCG as a substitute of the SCG on January 24 earlier than the Thunder once more tackle the Strikers on January 25. On Australia Day, the Warmth will play the Scorchers at a venue but to be determined.
“We have now elected to maneuver this Thursday’s Brisbane Warmth v Melbourne Renegades match from Marvel Stadium to Manuka Oval given the Victorian Authorities’s present restrictions on journey from Brisbane and to create certainty that this fixture might be delivered,” Dobson mentioned.
“Sadly, given the issue in offering a protected and safe setting for followers to attend at such quick discover, together with the ACT Authorities’s requirement that every one tickets go off sale 24 hours previous to the match, tickets to this match won’t be out there to the general public.”