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Titans cricket team

The Unlimited
Titans
Captain: Henry Davids, Albie Morkel
Coach: Rob Walter
Overseas player: Darren Sammy
Colors:      Light Blue      Dark Blue
Founded: 2004
Home ground: SuperSport Park
Capacity: 22,000
Official website: www.titans.co.za

The Titans (known as The Unlimited Titans for sponsorship reasons) is a northernmost top-level cricket franchise in South Africa. Its member unions are the Easterns Cricket Union and Northerns Cricket Union. The home venues of the Titans are SuperSport Park, Centurion and Willowmoore Park, Benoni.

The Titans play in the Sunfoil Series first class competition, the Momentum One Day Cup and Ram Slam T20 Challenge. They have been Supersport Series and MiWay T20 Challenge champions in the past decade, and had qualified to take part in the Champions League Twenty20 where they narrowly lost to the Sydney Sixers at SuperSport Park.

The Titans were also crowned Momentum One Day Cup champions in the 2014/15 season, beating the Cape Cobras in the final.

Champions League T20

Titans played very well in their first CLT20 and qualified for the semi-finals, where the Sydney Sixers nailed a win of the last ball in front of a massive crowd at SuperSport Park, Centurion. In the 2013 edition,they played well in the group stage, winning 2 matches and facing defeat in 2, but failed to qualify at the expense of T&T and the Chennai Super Kings.

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