Cricket

Zulu renews Dolphins contract

2014-06-12 17:00
Dolphins coach Lance Klusener (Gallo Images)

Durban - Lance Klusener will continue as head coach of the Dolphins for the next two seasons, the KwaZulu Natal cricket franchise said on Thursday.

"The continuity of the process that has been put in place over the past four years is key to our success going forward and securing Lance Klusener and the coaching staff was essential to this," Dolphins CEO Jesse Chellan said in a statement.

"I look forward to the Sunfoil Dolphins dominating the South African domestic cricket arena over the next few years."

President of KwaZulu Natal Cricket Union Faeez Jaffar said the franchise would continue to back Klusener.

"The Dolphins will continue to perform under his guidance. The coming season is going to be a very tough one," he said.

Klusener and his team had already commenced their winter training at Kingsmead, in Durban, in preparation for the T20 Champions League in September.

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