Full squads for 2019 Dolphins Premier League

File image: eThekwini Hurricanes.File image: eThekwini Hurricanes.

The second edition of the Dolphins Premier League will start on Saturday, 24 August 2019.

The Dolphins Premier League is effectively the sister tournament of the Cape Premier League.

The eThekwini Hurricanes are the reigning DPL champions, after beating the Tugela Sharks in the inaugural final at Kingsmead in Durban last year.

“We are incredibly excited to have the second edition of the Dolphins Premier League. In last year’s edition there were some incredible games and we expect much the same during the first weekend of matches,” said KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union coastal cricket services manager Ritesh Ramjee.

The eight-team tournament, which will span three weekends, will feature several franchise cricketers such as Daryn Dupavillion and Eathan Bosch. They will play alongside Proteas cricketers Senuram Muthasamy, Khaya Zondo and others – as well as several club cricket players.

“It’s always exciting to see our Dolphins and provincial players involved and we hope that the tournament helps in exposing some of the gems that sit just below that level,” added Ramjee.

Dolphins Premier League squads list

eThekwini Hurricanes

  • Grant Roelofsen, Andile Mogakane, Keith Dudgeon, Blayde Capell, Michael Erlank, Samkelo Gasa, Wesley Madhevere, Tawanda Mawire, Senuran Muthusamy, Sanele Mbatha, Nick Pentz, Neill Jordaan, Kyle Moolman, Kyle Buckthorp, Gareth Wissing, Carl Heunis.

Tugela Sharks

  • Sohail Mahomed, Lwandiswa Zuma, Cody Chetty, Abdul Hack Razak, Jason Wagener, Yergesh Naidoo, Waseem Rahman, Shaun Sinclair, Salman Yacoob, Ross Klusener, Mondli Khumalo, Sthabiso Zungu, George Bronkhorst, Ethan Matkovich, Caleb Pillay.

Durban Chiefs

  • Kushen Kishun, Tyler Trenoworth, Bradley Porteous, Matthew Pollard, Kyle Nipper, Zakariya Paruk, Lawrence Lawler, Michael Alexander, Lungelo Dlamini, Kurtlyn Mannikam, Sboniso Mthembu, Dean Dyer, Daryn Dupavillion, Daelen Matt Fynn, Clive Madande, Andile Simelane.

Zulu Kings

  • Prenelan Subrayen, Jason Oakes, Ruben Hattingh, Xolani Mahlaba, Gareth Dukes, Shaldon Mungroo, Sahil Bissoon, Nicholas Hewer, Michael Booth, Matthew Jeary, Ishan Maharaj, Jordan Gregory, Jody Saayman, Jacques Van De Walt, Gareth Beavan, Faheem Suleman.

East Coast Wizards

  • Sibonelo Makhanya, Okuhle Cele, Luke Schlemmer, Brandon Scullard, Jesse Smit, Steven Naidoo, Richard Sage Wissing, Nikhil Prem, Mlungiseleli Gcado, Mishkal Ramsaroop, Lifa Ntanzi, Joshua Niemand, Javier Frost, Jason Redinger, James Stamatis, Graham Sharp.

Drakensberg Thunder

  • Vaughn van Jaarsveld, Kerwin Mungroo, Eathan Bosch, Jason Kraft, Chad Scott, Jeremy Martins, Cameron Delport, Thabiso Shangase, Steven Thompson, Smangaliso Nhlebela, Ruhan Pretorius, Melvyn Edwin Jackson, Lyndon Brown, Jared Michaux, Cade Carmichael, Ashley Lombard.

Pietermaritzburg Spurs

  • Cameron Gordon, Calvin Savage, Jason Biddulph, SJ Erwee, Thamsanqa Khumalo, Tyron Koen, Thulani Chiliza, Yves Kamanzi, Simon Savides, Robert Frylinck, Nhlanhla Dlamini, Jordan Edy, Johnny Riekert, Joel Veeran, Coby Dyer, Athi Maphosa.

Umgeni Rhinos

  • Khalipha Cele, Nduduzo Mfoza, Bruce Kerr, Thula Ngcobo, Marques Ackerman, Saidi Mhlongo, Nashen Govender, Mpumelelo Xulu, Mangaliso Mosehle, Khaya Zondo, Keagan Crawford, John Williams Grewar, Jared Oosthuizen, Jandre Vijoen, Cody Gertze, Andrew Dyer.

Club Cricket SA cannot be held responsible for incorrect spelling of player names, which were provided by the tournament organisers. 

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