AB de Villiers’ Tshwane Spartans are coming to town … and they’re going to stamp out the Cape Town Blitz’s fire as they rain sixes into the crowd on Friday night, writes SIMON LEWIS.
A Mzansi Super League tournament in the making, across a couple of versions, for over a year, will finally get underway at Newlands in Cape Town on Friday at 7pm, when the coastal kingpins meet the upcountry powerhouse.
SACricketmag.com is giving you a chance to catch the opening game of the Mzansi Super League between the Cape Town Blitz and the Tshwane Spartans.
Sri Lankan Jeevan Mendis is looking forward to the challenge of playing in the Mzansi Super League in South African conditions.
Mark Boucher, Tshwane Spartans coach, looks ahead to the start of the Mzansi Super League.
Rilee Rossouw of the Tshwane Spartans spoke to the media about how he’s not regretting going ‘Kolpak’ and is looking forward to the start of the Mzansi Super League.
Cape Town Blitz head coach Ashwell Prince was pleased with his team’s overall performance in their two warm-up games against Paarl Rocks ahead of the start of the inaugural Mzansi Super League.
Superstar batsman AB de Villiers believes that his Tshwane Spartans might have enough to be top contenders for the Mzansi Super League tournament set to start next Friday, 16 November.
AB de Villiers is excited about playing for the Tshwane Spartans in the Mzansi Super League and watching new talent coming to the fore in South African cricket.
Fan favourite AB de Villiers can’t wait to take to the field for the Tshwane Spartans and is looking forward to playing his part in feeding the city’s hunger for sporting success.