Cricket

Tahir to play for Dolphins

2014-07-02 16:01
Imran Tahir (AFP)
Cape Town - Proteas leg-spinner Imran Tahir will move back to Durban and play his domestic cricket for the Dolphins next season.

Tahir represented the Lions for the past two seasons, but according to the Volksblad website, he'll move back to Durban for family reasons.

Tahir has a national contract and can therefore choose for which franchise he'd like to play.

He previously played for the Dolphins between 2010 and 2012, having played for the Titans before that.

Tahir and his Proteas team-mates are currently in Sri Lanka where they are preparing for three ODIs and two Tests.

The first ODI starts in Colombo on Sunday.

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