The South African domestic cricket calendar, which was released on Wednesday, has made it abundantly clear where the SA20 will be on the SA cricket menu: prime viewing in January.

The domestic fixtures for 2022/23 will be kicked off by the seven division two sides and the South Africa Under-19 team, who will compete in a T20 Knockout tournament beginning on September 30 and ending on October 9.

The Four-Day Series resumes on 9 February and is set to conclude on 23 March, with the division two Four-Day Series beginning on 20 October and featuring four rounds before the December/January break.

Division two, like division one, will resume on 9 February but conclude on 12 March, with their One-Day Cup also shoved into the December period from 3-28 December.

The Proteas are in Australia for three Tests in December, allowing domestic limited over engagements to take up the entire last month of the year.

The Women’s Provincial One-Day Cup will begin on September 24 and end on April 1, with teams divided into division one of six teams and division two of eight teams split into two pools. The T20 tournament will begin on September 25 and end on April 2.

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