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.
The start was delayed and when the players came out the Dolphins were only able to add three runs to their overnight score - all three coming from the blade of Keshav Maharaj.
Maharaj was the second to last wicket to fall for the Dolphins, for an innings saving 76. He was closely followed by Okuhle Cele for a duck - the Dolphins bowled out for 186.
In the three overs that the Dolphins bowled, Eathan Bosch picked up the prize scalp of Dean Elgar for a duck. He was well caught down the legside by wicket keeper Grant Roelofsen.
The Titans were four for one wicket when the umpires called them off for bad light just after lunch.
They were unable to get back out onto the field for the rest of the day.
The Titans trail the Dolphins by 182 runs going into the third day of the clash on Wednesday.