Delta Cricket Club target Castle Premier T20 Cup title

Smit - key to Delta Cricket Club's cause.

Delta Cricket Club will face a staunch task in outdoing the Crusaders Cricket Club, come Sunday’s Castle Premier T20 Cup final at Kingsmead in Durban.

Several Dolphins stars will compete in the 25 October 2015 showpiece, which will also see Amanzimtoti Cricket Club and Ilembe Cricket vie for the Castle Challenge T20 Cup title.

“It has been roughly a decade since Delta won a trophy or played in a final so I am really excited and looking forward to the opportunity to try and win some silverware once again for the club,” said Dolphins and Delta Cricket Club wicketkeeper-batsman Daryn Smit.

“It is also a great opportunity in terms of the development of the club’s many youngsters, to gain from the experience of competing in a final and especially getting a taste of doing so at Kingsmead against the country’s club champions.”

“Delta have a great track record in finals at Kingsmead and we will be looking to emulate some of those memorable past performances this Sunday.”

Dolphins and Crusaders Cricket Club all-rounder Cameron Delport, meanwhile, is determined to replicate the success – individually and collectively – that saw the reigning National Club Championship winners romp to success earlier this year.

“I feel I have been in good form lately and I am looking forward to the final this Sunday,” he added.

“Hopefully I can contribute toward the club putting the first trophy in the cabinet for the season.”

Berea Rovers Cricket Club and Reservoir Hills Crimson Sporting Club will contest the Castle Women’s T20 Cup final at the Chatsworth Oval on Saturday.