Durban – Characteristic spring weather prevented a ball from being bowled in the Hollywoodbets Dolphins’ RAM SLAM T20 clash with the Warriors at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban on Wednesday evening.
Both sides would have gone into the clash needing to pick up points as five franchises hunt down the Multiply Titans at the top of the domestic T20 log.
A cold front that had threatened to prevent play on Wednesday arrived in the afternoon and consistent rain throughout the day meant that no play was possible and both sides had to settle for two points apiece.
The two points takes the Dolphins to tied for second with the bizhub Highveld Lions on eight points. The men from Johannesburg have a game in hand over the Dolphins and they will play the WSB Cape Cobras in Paarl on Friday.
The Hollywoodbets Dolphins travel to Willowmore Park in Benoni for a clash with the Multiply Titans on Friday.