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Subrayen excited to get call up to Durban Heat

Durban born-and-raised all-rounder Prenelan Subrayen has been added to the Durban Heat squad for the upcoming Mzansi Premier League as cover for two spinners that will only be joining the team later in the tournament.

13 November 2018 | The Mercury

Calls to continue fight against rhino poaching

Former rugby player, Joe Piertersen, is appealing to athletes and conservation-minded sports fans to join him in riding the uBhejane Xtreme MTB Challenge in early December to contribute to the fight against rhino poaching.

13 November 2018 | The Mercury

Durban Heat bringing its colour to KZN schools

Part of the Durban Heat's build up to the inaugural Mzansi Super League is focused around a number of exciting school interactions throughout the greater Durban area ahead of their tournament opener on November 18 at Kingsmead.

7 November 2018 | The Mercury

Bad light curtails day two in Durban

The Hollywoodbets Dolphins managed to bag one Multiply Titans wicket before the light became the deciding factor on day two of their 4-Day Franchise Series clash at Kingsmead on Tuesday.

6 November 2018 | The Mercury

Dolphins fight after poor day one start

Maharaj registered his fourth 50 for the Dolphins, finishing the day on 73 not out, his highest score in Dolphins colours, and with the help of the gutsy Zuma, who resumes on Tuesday on four, the pair have taken the Dolphins to 183/8 at the close.

5 November 2018 | The Mercury

Dolphins fight back on day three in Cape Town

Following a tough day two, the Hollywoodbets Dolphins fought back hard on day three of their 4-Day Franchise Series Clash with the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras at Newlands taking a 153 run lead into the final day.

31 October 2018 | The Mercury

Fired up Abbott excited to be back in Durban

Born-and-bred KwaZulu-Natal seamer Kyle Abbott will form a crucial cog in the Durban Heat’s bowling line-up for the upcoming Mzansi Super League, a challenge that the experienced campaigner is looking forward to.

30 October 2018 | The Mercury