Duanne Olivier and Luthando Mnyanda drove the Knights to their first win in the 4-Day Franchise Series, completing their five-wicket triumph over the Dolphins in Kimberley with a day to spare.
Knights captain Pite van Biljon continued his rich vein of form in the 4-Day Franchise Series with a superb 70 against the Dolphins in Kimberley.
Superb bowling by the Knights ensured the Dolphins were only able to post 268 runs in the first innings of their 4-Day Franchise Series clash at Kimberley.
The Dolphins ended day three of their 4-Day Franchise Series match against the Titans with a strong lead going into the final day.
The Dolphins kicked off the 2018-19 domestic 4-Day Franchise Series at SuperSport Park by posting 269 runs against the Titans at SuperSport Park thanks to heroics from Sibonelo Makhanya.
The Dolphins are open to upping the risk factor in four-day cricket this season but are looking to eliminate last season’s first innings batting and bowling failings.
Overview Joint winners and second-last finishers in the 2017-18 season’s Momentum One Day Cup and Ram Slam T20 Challenge, respectively, the Durban-based Dolphins will want to improve on a previous first-class campaign assistant coach Imraan Khan recently labelled ‘the most disappointing.’ Last season Just one win in 10 Sunfoil Series matches saw the Dolphins occupy fifth position in the six-team… Read more →
Red ball action is back with the start of the new Four-Day Franchise Series which starts tomorrow as the Titans host the Dolphins in Centurion.
The eThekwini Hurricanes claimed the inaugural Dolphins Premier League trophy with a 25-run victory over the Tugela Sharks in the final at Kingsmead.
In celebration of women’s month, the Dolphins will host a Women in Sport and Business Brunch on 30 August at Kingsmead Cricket Stadium.
Thirty games and 120 days’ scheduled play in the Sunfoil Series, and it all came down to a frenetic two days of desperate activity and enforced inactivity, from which the Titans emerged victorious.
Chris Morris’ 6-55 paved the way for the Titans to become the Sunfoil champions after a remarkable two-day match in which they beat the Knights by four wickets.
The Titans dominated their first day’s play against the Knights at Centurion as they made a furious attack to snatch the Sunfoil crown.
Rain prevented play in any of the final three Sunfoil matches, raising the possibility of a lucky lottery if or when any team gets on to the field.
The Dolphins made a valiant effort, but the target of 285 set by the Lions was too much as rain had the final say to ensure the Wanderers match ended in a draw.