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Highveld Lions cricket team

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Highveld Lions
Captain: Stephen Cook
Coach: Geoffrey Toyana
Colors:      Red      Gold
Founded: 2003
Home ground:

Wanderers Stadium

Senwes Park
Capacity:

34,000 (Wanderers)

18,000 (Senwes Park)
Official website: Highveld Lions

The Highveld Lions is the name used by the combined Gauteng and North West first class cricket teams in South Africa.

The home venues are the New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg and Senwes Park in Potchefstroom. The combined team plays in the Sunfoil Series first class cricket competition as well as in the Momentum 1 Day Cup and Ram Slam T20 Challenge limited over competitions.

Honours

  • Sunfoil Series (1) - 2014–15
  • Momentum 1 Day Cup (0) - ; shared (1) - 2012-13 shared with Nashua Cape Cobras
  • Ram Slam T20 Challenge (2) - 2006–07, 2012-13
  • Champions League Twenty20 (0) - ; Runners up (1) - 2011-2012

Squad

  • No. denotes the player's squad number, as worn on the back of their shirt.
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