Cricket South Africa has announced the names of the teams to take part in the Mzansi Super League as well as the local and international marquee players.
The third T20I between the Proteas and Zimbabwe has been abandoned due to rain.
The broadcast rights for Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) new T20 competition, the Mzansi Super League, are set to be given away for free, and ‘not once, but twice,’ reports The Sunday Times.
The Proteas have one final chance to prove themselves against weaker opposition before their final trials in Australia, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Playing in his eighth T20I for South Africa, Dane Paterson took two key wickets against Zimbabwe at Senwes Park to earn the Player of the Match honours and set up a six-wicket win for the Proteas.
The Proteas lost four wickets in a 133-run chase to claim a six-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the second T20I at Senwes Park.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today officially unveiled the Mzansi Super League (MSL), the much anticipated T20 League that is set to be the sport and entertainment spectacle of the South African summer.
Johan van Heerden, CEO of the Free State Cricket Union, has revealed to SACricketmag.com’s SIMON LEWIS that he is extremely disappointed that Free State and Mangaung Oval have been passed over for South Africa’s much-awaited new T20 league.
Western Province’s Thando Ntini still has his eyes set on becoming an all-rounder, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
The Proteas batsmen are in the spotlight on an expected flat wicket in Potchefstroom in the second T20I at Senwes Park, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.