Proteas

India ODI's to start earlier

2013-11-26 17:00
Wanderers (Gallo Images)
Johannesburg - CSA have announced on Tuesday changes to the starting times for the two day/night One-Day Internationals against India to be played at the Wanderers Stadium and SuperSport Park next month. 

The other match in the three-match ODI series is a day game at Kingsmead.

The original starting times for the day/night matches was 14:30 (CAT) which has now been brought forward to 13:30.

“We are aware that most schools will have gone on holiday by this time and many parents might also be on leave when the series starts.

"Momentum drives family values and we hope that the earlier start and finishing times will make it more attractive for families to attend”, said a CSA spokesperson.

The second ODI at Kingsmead is a day game and will start at 10:00 as originally scheduled.

Fans, who have already bought tickets and feel that the earlier start does not suit them, will be entitled to a refund.

Revised fixtures for the three-match ODI series between South Africa and India:
Thursday, 5 December: Wanderers, 13:30
Sunday, 8 December: Kingsmead, 10:00
Wednesday, 11 December: SuperSport Park, 13:30


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