Judging from the stylish assault by Chris Morris and AB de Villiers in the Indian Premier League, the overseas-based players are committed to being proud flag-bearers of the Multiply Titans.
Dean Elgar will represent Somerset in the off-season, while David Wiese joins Sussex with Rivaldo Moonsamy based at the Greenfield Club in the England.
Grant Thomson will represent Ramsbottom CC, while Shaun von Berg will play for Rishton Cricket Club and Jonathan Vandiar will be based at the Koninklijke Haagsche Krieket en Voetbal Vereeniging in the Netherlands.
Morris recently smashed 38 off only nine balls for the Delhi Daredevils against the hapless Pune Rising Supergiant.
de Villiers, another Titans powerhouse, struck 89 off 46 balls with three fours and nine sixes in a losing battle against the Kings X1 Punjab.
Elgar has experienced a very satisfying season for South Africa. He was Player of the Series against Sri Lanka, averaging 61.60 in the home series. The left-hander scored 140 in a Test against New Zealand in the land of the Long White Cloud. He ended the three-Test series with an average of 44.16.
Moonsamy was defiant with his 51 in the final of the Sunfoil Three-Day Cup for Northerns against Free State and managed 546 first-class runs at an average of 49.63.
Von Berg struck two first-class centuries, including 103 for the Multiply Titans, and garnered t 32 Sunfoil Series wickets and struck 15 times in the Momentum One Day Cup.
Vandiar impressed in the Momentum One Day Cup when he featured in an opening partnership of 313 with Henry Davids against the BuildNat Cape Cobras at PPC Newlands. In the final of the Sunfoil Three-Day Cup, it was his very mature and patient 101 which secured a draw.
Wiese was one of the unsung heroes in the CSA T20 Challenge. Few observers realise how good he was in the final with the ball. He took nine wickets in the competition and averaged 59.50 with the bat.
Thomson could offer a threat to the all-rounders in the Titans team next season. He consistently performed at number four, while taking 20 wickets as a seam bowler in the first-class season.