Durban Heat skipper Albie Morkel scored a superb 45 from 25 balls to help set up a target of 157 for the Cape Town Blitz, but Pakistan’s Asif Ali single-handedly won the game for the Blitz despite a supreme bowling effort from Keshav Maharaj.
A breathtaking innings of 80 by Pakistan’s Asif Ali lifted the Cape Town Blitz from the depths of despair to a sensational victory over the Durban Heat at Kingsmead.
The Cape Town Blitz’s win over the Tshwane Spartans in the opening match of the Mzansi Super League has fired up the Durban Heat ahead of their MSL opener on Sunday at Kingsmead Cricket Stadium.
One of Durban’s favourite cricketing sons Hashim Amla is fit and raring to go following a long injury lay-off when the Durban Heat kick off their Mzansi Super League campaign against the Cape Town Blitz at Kingsmead on Sunday.
The Mzansi Super League has announced Global Citizen as a partner for the first edition of the tournament.
Durban Heat skipper Albie Morkel is excited about the squad he and coach Grant Morgan have to work with and is looking forward to getting the Proteas back to add extra beef to the tournament.
The Durban Heat have teamed up with a flexible shuttle service, Zeelo, to create a more convenient fan experience for the Mzansi Super League that starts on Friday.
The Durban Heat will continue to bring colour to the lives of cricket fans during their outreach programmes across the province of KwaZulu-Natal ahead of the 2018 Mzansi Super League.
Former Proteas all-rounder Albie Morkel has been named as captain of the Durban Heat, ahead of the inaugural Mzansi Super League.
Hashim Amla speaks to East Coast Radio about his ambitions ahead of his debut as the marquee player for the Durban Heat in the Mzansi Super League.
Prenelan Subrayen has been added to the Durban Heat squad for the 2018 Mzansi Super League, whose fixture schedule kicks off on 18 November.
The current No 1 T20I bowler in the world, Rashid Khan, is set to ignite the Durban Heat when he lands on South African shores for the inaugural Mzansi Super League starting on Friday, 16 November.
Grant Morgan believes his Durban Heat squad has ‘a lot of meat on the bone’ and hopes this will garner success in the inaugural Mzansi Super League season that gets under way next week.
The following players replacements have been approved by the League Advisory Committee (LAC) of the Mzansi Super League at its meeting held on Wednesday 7 November.
Part of the Durban Heat’s build-up to the inaugural Mzansi Super League is focused around a number of exciting school interactions throughout the greater Durban area ahead of their tournament opener on 18 November at Kingsmead.