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South Africa's domestic cricketers move to the fast lane for the next month as the next edition of the Standard Pro20 Series prepares to take the country by storm.
At St George's Park tomorrow, limited-overs specialists the Titans will face Eastern Cape hopefuls the Warriors to kick of the aptly named Kaboom Tour.
For the next four weeks, players and spectators will be ducking for cover as the the game erupts in a festival of music, colour, chanting fans and cricketers determined to knock the ball to the furthe st corners of the ground.
The Titans are the country's undisputed limited-overs kings and they travel to Port Elizabeth fresh from a thumping win in the 45-overs MTN Domestic Championship final against the Diamond Eagles.
If they continue in that vein it's difficult to see the Warriors upsetting the odds. In Gulam Bodi, Faf du Plessis, Roelof van der Merwe, Heino Kuhn and Martin van Jaarsveld, they have the batsmen to take any attack apart.
The Warriors, though, have also had some success in the limited-overs version of the game, though a first title under the franchise system still eludes them.
Play starts at 6pm.
Warriors - Davy Jacobs (capt), Robin Peterson, Zander de Bruyn, Arno Jacobs, Justin Kreusch, Craig Thyssen, Colin Ingram, Warren Bell, Juan Theron, Andrew Birch, Corbyn Dolley, Lyall Meyer.
Titans - Pierre Joubert (capt), Farhaan Behardien, Francois du Plessis, Imran Tahir, Heino Kuhn, Gulam Bodi, Ethy Mbhalati, Blake Snijman, Martin van Jaarsveld, David Wiese, Roelof van der Merwe, Basheer Walters, Mandla Mashimbyi. - Sapa