Weather report for Durban T20 is … GOOD!

Durban in the News: Weather report for Durban T20 is ... GOOD!: There is good news for South African cricket fans with weather forecasts suggesting that there will be no rain in Durban for the second T20 on Friday. Sharks lose Bosch for Hurricanes, Chamberlain starts at No 10: The Sharks will be without flyhalf Curwin Bosch when they take on the Hurricanes in Wellington on Saturday. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Weather curtails much of day two in Oudtshoorn – Featured Durban Blog

Weather curtails much of day two in Oudtshoorn: Durban – A shortened day on Tuesday in Oudtshoorn saw the WSB Cape Cobras end on 254 for six in their 4-Day Domestic Series match with the Hollywoodbets Dolphins. A large part of the afternoon session was lost to weather as the Dolphins continued to peg away at the hosts who were resilient in their pursuit of a first innings lead. Simon Khomari top scored for the Cobras with 68 while David Bedingham was dismissed for 37 and Aviwe Mgijima chipped in with 36. From a bowling perspective Senuran … [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...]


BAD WEATHER CLAIMS 10TH T20 CHALLENGE ABANDONMENT: Rain claimed its 10th abandonment of the 2018/19 CSA T20 Challenge season after the round eight encounter between basement sides the VKB Knights and the Hollywoodbets Dolphins was called off without a ball being bowled in Bloemfontein on Wednesday.   In what has been a campaign drenched by rain, more than 150mm has fallen in the Free State capital in less than a week, leaving the Mangaung Oval at times under water.   Even though it was not raining at toss time, the field was still … [Read more...]