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Sahara renew Kingsmead deal

Computer giants Sahara have taken another step in entrenching themselves amongst the cricketing fraternity in KwaZulu-Natal after they renewed their naming rights deal with the iconic Kingsmead Cricket Stadium, the home of the Sunfoil Dolphins, until the end of August 2019. (more…)…

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Rain saves Dolphins’ skin

The rain came to the rescue for the Sunfoil Dolphins on Sunday evening as they shared points with the Chevrolet Knights in their RAM Slam T20 Challenge match after only amassing a paltry 82 all out and then the rain had the last laugh with the home side stealing two valuable points. (more…)…

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Warriors down Dolphins in PE

The Sunfoil Dolphins succumbed to a previously winless Chevrolet Warriors side by seven wickets on the last ball of their RAM SLAM T20 clash in Port Elizabeth on Friday evening. (more…)…

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Dolphins trounced in the Mother City

It was a complete reversal in performance from the Sunfoil Dolphins on Friday night against the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras compared to their demolition of the Chevrolet Warriors just two nights before as they were soundly beaten by eight wickets at the hands of last year’s RAM Slam T20 Challenge runners-up. (more…)…

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T20 double-up weekend for Sunfoil Dolphins

The Sunfoil Dolphins continue their RAM SLAM T20 campaign with a double dose of action this weekend when they take on the Nashua Cape Cobras at Newlands in Cape Town this evening before returning to their Sahara Stadium Kingsmead headquarters on Sunday where they clash with The Unlimited Titans. (more…)…

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Dolphins ease to convincing win over Warriors

A disciplined bowling display and a sound performance with the bat from the Sunfoil Dolphins on Wednesday evening led to a convincing bonus point 54 run win over the Chevrolet Warriors giving the Durban side their first win and some good momentum heading into a busy period of the RAM Slam T20 Challenge in the coming days. (more…)…

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Bravo eager to impress for the Dolphins

Less than an hour after landing at King Shaka International Airport on Monday evening, West Indian ODI captain Dwayne Bravo was already talking about his excitement of being in South Africa once more and his eagerness to contribute in a big way to the Sunfoil Dolphins RAM SLAM T20 Challenge campaign. (more…)…

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