Durban – After a late call-up into the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants team last season, all-rounder Wihan Lubbe is hoping to make an immediate impact when he strides out in Durban Heat colours for this year’s Mzansi Super League starting in the first week of November.
The Tshwane Spartans have been the Mzansi Super League’s most discussed franchise since they acquired AB de Villiers as their marquee player in last season’s inaugural spectacle.
The Mzansi Super League (MSL) 2.0 proved to be a big hit when it made its way to Mbombela in the Mpumalanga province, where one of the visits was to showcase the tournament trophy to the Ehlanzeni District Municipality Executive Mayor; Cllr. Jesta Sidell, on Monday.
The city of Polokwane was the second stop for the Mzansi Super League (MSL) 2.0 trophy tour as it makes its way to destinations around the country ahead of the tournament starting on 8 November and running through to the grand final on 16 December.