Northerns and Titans cricket are synonymous with some of the greatest players South Africa has ever produced.
The careers of Denis Lindsay, Fanie de Villiers, Faf du Plessis, Morné Morkel and AB de Villiers collectively span more than 50 years, yet their match-winning feats will live on in the memories of South African fans long after their careers have faded.
Join us as we go on a journey with narrator, Fanie Heyns as he explores the 50 legends of Titans and Northerns Cricket
A few journalists would have focused on his mildly eccentric behaviour and his superstitions, but most observers would remember Neil McKenzie for his abilities as middle-order batsman and opener. McKenzie finished his career with a superb average of 45.77 and was a member of the South African elite who were able to score more than 50 centuries.
Jacques Rudolph holds a special place in the hearts of South African and domestic cricket fans. Supporters of The Unlimited Titans will cherish his prolific contributions with the bat, whether it was in first-class or List A-cricket.
One of the fastest bowlers North Eastern Transvaal ever produced and a pace merchant who ranked alongside Allan Donald as the quickest of their generation, Tertius Bosch will always be remembered for his fearsome partnership with Vinnige Fanie de Villiers at SuperSport Park. His excellence was recognized when he appeared in a test as well as two One Day Internationals in 1991/92.
Trevor Goddard was a colossus during South Africa’s rise to international cricket glory. As captain, opening batsman, fast-medium bowler, excellent fielder and even cricketing mentor to giants like Graeme Pollock, he contributed richly to a golden period in SA cricket.