The ownership group of the Jaffna Stallions franchise that won last year’s Lanka Premier League claim they were verbally offered the rights to another team despite being deemed ineligible to retain ownership of the Jaffna franchise.
While not naming the team that they claim was offered to them, which the Daily Mirror understands was the Colombo Kings franchise, the Jaffna Stallions ownership group further stated that it had signed a term sheet offered to them last month to continue ownership of the Jaffna team.
“In August, IPG sent Jaffna Stallions a term sheet to sign. The document was signed promptly, agreeing to payment terms,” a Jaffna Stallions spokesperson told the Daily Mirror.
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