Miller rested and ready to shine in MSL 2.0 – Featured Durban Blog

Miller rested and ready to shine in MSL 2.0: Durban – Following a whirlwind couple of years travelling the globe playing T20 cricket, a period of downtime for master blaster Dave Miller has refreshed his mind and body as he and the Durban Heat line up an assault on the Mzansi Super League 2.0. With so much cricket under his belt in 2019 already including a World Cup, an Indian Premier League and an international tour to India, Miller felt that he needed to take some time away from the game to refocus and re-energise himself. “I have taken some … [Read more...]

Durban Heat by Numbers – Featured Durban Blog

Durban Heat by Numbers: 1 – the number of professional T20 caps Marco Jansen has to his name going into the Mzansi Super League 1 – winners of the 2018 MSL that the Durban Heat has in its squad (Dane Vilas won the competition with the Jozi Stars in 2018) 2 – the number of English players in the 2019 Durban Heat squad (Alex Hales, Ravi Bopara) 2 – the number of stints Englishman Ravi Bopara has had with the Hollywoodbets Dolphins (2010/11 & 2013) 3 – the number of players in the Durban Heat squad who have more than 200 T20 caps 4 … [Read more...]


TEAM ONE ON-BOARD WITH THE SHARKS: Durban, 12th November 2019:  The Sharks (Pty) Ltd are excited to announce a brand new partnership agreement that has been entered into with French company TEAM ONE EVENT, to build international relationships and expand the global reach of the brand. TEAM ONE EVENT, as a sports marketing agency specialising in the organisation and management of sporting events worldwide (specifically in the sphere of professional rugby), has significant experience in marketing strategies and communication through sport … [Read more...]

Heat & Spartans rained out in Durban – Featured Durban Blog

Heat & Spartans rained out in Durban: Durban – The Durban Heat’s opening game of the 2019 Mzansi Super League against the Tshwane Spartans was abandoned without a ball being bowled on Saturday as both sides picked up their first two points of the competition. Persistent rain in the morning of the game meant that the toss was delayed and following an inspection of the outfield a quick downpour took conditions into an unplayable territory and the umpires called the game off. The Durban Heat will now take on the Paarl Rocks in its second game of … [Read more...]