SuperSport Park Centurion will play host to 6 limited-overs matches and three four-day matches over the course of the summer.
The Titans will begin their Momentum One-Day Cup campaign at home against the VKB Knights on Sunday, 10 February before taking on the Hollywoodbets Dolphins a week later. The Sky Blues will round off their home group fixtures with a mid-week, floodlit clash against the WSB Cape Cobras on Wednesday 13 March.
After narrowly missing on the treble last season, with a semi-final loss against the Cape Cobras, the Titans will be aiming to go one better when the knockout rounds commence on 27 and 28 March and the Final on Sunday 31 March.
Attention quickly turns to the shortest format, with the Centurion franchise aiming for a historic fourth consecutive T20 title, when they begin their campaign with back-to -back matches at home against the Warriors and Cape Cobras on Friday 5 April and Wednesday 10 April respectively.
The Titans end their home campaign with the much-anticipated Jukskei Derby against the bizhub Highveld Lions on Sunday afternoon. The knockout fixtures get underway in the first week of May culminating with the final match of the season on Sunday 5 May.
“We’re really looking forward to the new cricket season, especially the T20 competition, which we’ve dominated over the last three years.
The competition starts in April which means there will be a lot of cricket played before then," said last season’s leading run-scorer, Farhaan Behardien.
“The crowd at SuperSport Park is always fantastic and we cannot wait for fans to come out and support us this season. The players really enjoy it when there’s a full house, with people sitting along the grass embankments. It truly is a great atmosphere on a Friday night or Sunday afternoon.”
The CSA Four-Day competition kick-starts the season at the end of September, and entry for the premier first-class competition is free. Spectators are encouraged to support the Sky Blues as they aim to defend their red-ball title.
The Hollywoodbets Dolphins are the visitors for the first home game of the season, starting on Wednesday 26 September. Mark Boucher's men will then have a brief break from red-ball cricket when they embark on a week-long tour of the United Arab Emirates, to compete in the inaugural Abu Dhabi T20 Tournament between 4 - 6 October.
Upon their return, they will host the Warriors from Friday 12 October before welcoming the Cape Cobras from Monday 22 October.
“It’s great to be at home for the first few games of the four-day competition, because once the season gets going you’re always travelling around the country. SuperSport Park is a fantastic venue to play at, no matter the format. We know the conditions very well so hopefully we can kick off with a few wins,” added Behardien.
Tickets for the Momentum-One Day Cup are priced between R80 and R120 for adults and R40 and R60 for scholars and pensioners.
Entry to CSA T20 Challenge matches is priced between R100 and R150 for adults and R50 and R70 for scholars and pensioners.