A successful 2019 CSA T20 Challenge proved co-existence with 2018’s Mzansi Super League is feasible.
Which batsmen and bowlers scored the most runs and took the most wickets during the 2019 CSA T20 Challenge that saw the Lions crowned champions after Sunday’s win over the Warriors in the final at the Wanderers in Johannesburg?
Proteas wrist-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi’s first appearance for the Titans in almost a month yielded two wickets, but wasn’t enough to prevent defeat to the Lions in Sunday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture at SuperSport Centurion.
Titans assistant coach Mandla Mashimbyi is determined to recover from Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge defeat to the Cape Cobras at Boland Park in Paarl, come Friday’s fixture against the Knights at SuperSport Park in Centurion.
Proteas batsman Hashim Amla’s poor stretch of form continued in Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture between the Cape Cobras and Titans at Boland Park in Paarl.
The Titans secured a dominant bonus-point victory over the Cobras in their CSA T20 Challenge encounter in Benoni after brilliant performances from Gregory Mahlokwana and Henry Davids.
A measured half-century by Henry Davids laid the platform for the Titans to claim their first win of the CSA T20 Challenge season with a seven-wicket bonus-point win over the Cape Cobras in Benoni on Wednesday.
The uncapped Donovan Ferreira has been named in the Titans squad for Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture against the Cape Cobras at Willowmoore Park in Benoni.
Chief executive officer Thabang Moroe has reiterated the importance of the Mzansi Super League for Cricket South Africa’s commercial strategy.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed that the franchise system will be replaced by provincial competition next year. The Lions, Cape Cobras, Knights, Dolphins, Warriors and Titans will effectively be replaced by Gauteng, Western Province, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Border, Northerns and others. They will compete in first-class, List A and T20 cricket. ‘Obviously with us collapsing the franchise system into the… Read more →
Aiden Markram’s third century of the campaign and a complete team bowling performance saw the Titans claim the One-Day Cup title by 135 runs at SuperSport Park on Sunday. KHALID MOHIDIN reports.
Aiden Markram showed his big-match temperament by smashing his third century of the One-Day Cup campaign to help the Titans post 356-5 in the final against the Dolphins at SuperSport Park. KHALID MOHIDIN reports.
The Titans and the Dolphins will contest the One-Day Cup final at SuperSport Park on Sunday with both sides looking to claim their first silverware of the season.
Fast bowler Junior Dala and batsman Farhaan Behardien starred as the Titans completed a relatively comfortable victory over the Cape Cobras in Wednesday’s One-Day Cup semi-final at SuperSport Park in Centurion.
The Lions kept themselves in the hunt for a play-off place after two superb death overs by Malusi Siboto and Wiaan Mulder held the Titans at bay, following a thrilling run-chase and a sparkling 111 by Jonathan Vandiar in their One-Day Cup clash in Benoni on Thursday.