Kingsmead enjoys exciting international season – Featured Durban Blog

Kingsmead enjoys exciting international season: With the ICC Cricket World Cup just a few months away, white ball cricket fever has gripped the nation and this fever definitely impacted on the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium that enjoyed festive crowds for the internationals against Pakistan and Sri Lanka this summer. The iconic Durban stadium hosted two limited overs internationals and a test match with a One Day International against Pakistan in January and then more recently a test match and an ODI against Sri Lanka. “We are really happy with the … [Read more...]

BREAKING: Fearless Sri Lanka stun Proteas in Kingsmead epic

Durban in the News: BREAKING: Fearless Sri Lanka stun Proteas in Kingsmead epic: The Proteas have lost the first Test against Sri lanka at Kingsmead in stunning fashion. Clinical Sharks outclass Sunwolves: The Sharks have cruised past the Sunwolves in their opening Super Rugby encounter in Singapore. Search for missing girl presumed to have drowned continues: The search for the body of a 9-year-old girl presumed to have drowned in the Umlazi River will continue, KwaZulu Natal police have said. Sri Lanka refuse to lie down against … [Read more...]

De Kock, Du Plessis bat Sri Lanka out of Kingsmead Test

Durban in the News: De Kock, Du Plessis bat Sri Lanka out of Kingsmead Test: Faf du Plessis and Quinton de Kock have ensured that the Proteas, barring a minor miracle, will win the first Test against Sri Lanka at Kingsmead. KZN factory worker's hand crushed in conveyor belt: The man is in stable condition after having been operated on for several hours, say paramedics. KZN man attacked by pit bull while walking his poodle: A man has sustained moderate injuries after he was attacked by a pit bull terrier that escaped from a property in … [Read more...]

Sri Lanka continue Proteas assault at Kingsmead

Durban in the News: Sri Lanka continue Proteas assault at Kingsmead: The Proteas continue to struggle in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Durban, which got underway on Wednesday. DUT management, SRC agree to resume lectures: The Durban University of Technology is set to recommence its academic programme after management and the SRC found common ground. In World Cup year, Proteas still eyeing No 1 Test spot: Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says that he is having no trouble keeping his eye on both the World Cup and the Test … [Read more...]