Lubbe’s heroics not enough for Durban Heat – Featured Durban Blog

Lubbe’s heroics not enough for Durban Heat: Durban – An exciting 83 from 42 deliveries from Wihan Lubbe was not enough as the Durban Heat fell to a ten run loss to the Cape Town Blitz in their Mzansi Super League clash at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead on Sunday. The left-handers 83 became the highest score by a Durban Heat batsman in the Mzansi Super League. Bowling first, the Heat took a few overs to settle into a rhythm but picked up the wickets of Quinton de Kock and Janneman Malan inside the power play. Marques Ackerman, Liam Livingston and … [Read more...]

Durban Heat dealt another weather blow – Featured Durban Blog

Durban Heat dealt another weather blow: Durban – Following consistent torrential rain throughout the week, the Mzansi Super League match between the Durban Heat and the Paarl Rocks at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Stadium was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Friday. The unprecedented rains that have lashed the East Coast over the past five days meant that the outfield was too wet for play and the umpires were forced to call the game off. That is the second game on the bounce that the Heat has lost to the elements and will take a further … [Read more...]

Lambie Returns – Featured Durban Blog

Lambie Returns: Cell C Sharks fans will be thrilled to see the return of a familiar and much-loved face, Pat Lambie, although this time his presence will be on the side of the field as a kicking consultant.  He now joins The Sharks on a one-year contract as a Tactical and Technical Kicking Consultant and will work with players across all of our professional teams on this basis. The former Cell C Sharks flyhalf who dazzled with his natural ability and captured the hearts of local as well as Springbok fans with his temperament and … [Read more...]

Durban Heat keen to get their MSL campaign off the ground – Featured Durban Blog

Durban Heat keen to get their MSL campaign off the ground: Durban – Following a week of torrential rain in Durban, the Durban Heat players will be hoping that the weather gods smile kindly on them so they can get their Mzansi Super League campaign underway when they meet the Paarl Rocks at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Stadium on Friday evening. The Heat’s opening game of the competition was rained off without a ball being bowled so the side will be itching to get into action as soon as possible. Despite the adverse weather coach Gary Kirsten sees … [Read more...]