Australia in SA

SA-Aus T20's a sell-out

2011-10-11 17:05
Gerald Majola (File)
Cape Town - The ‘house full’ signs have gone up for both matches in the T20 International series between the Proteas and Australia.

The first match takes place at Newlands on Thursday and the second at the Wanderers on Sunday.

“This is a wonderful start to our international season,” commented Cricket South Africa (CSA) CEO Gerald Majola. “We applaud our fans for their passionate and ongoing support for the Proteas and I am sure that the players on both sides will respond with some highly competitive and entertaining cricket.”

The T20 International series will be followed by a series of three ODIs to be played at SuperSport Park on Wednesday, October 19, at St George’s Park on Sunday, October 23, and at Kingsmead on Friday, October 28.

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