As the custodians of all cricket programs in Tshwane, our aim is to develop high-quality, sustainable programs which provide opportunities for everyone to enter, develop and grow to the best of his/her potential, in all spheres of the game. We are 16 dedicated staff members, along with several sub-committees, who aim to provide service excellence.

Who to contact?

Cricket Services Manager – Charlotte Serwadi |


Mini Cricket

KFC Mini Cricket is divided into 10 regions which have 207 schools and over 6000 children between the age of 6 -13 years currently playing mini cricket.

All the regions play regular league fixtures at various schools. Mini cricket is played throughout the year depending on the region. 1 provincial Festival and 1 Provincial Seminar is hosted a year.

Who to contact?

KFC Mini Cricket – Ofentse Ranoto |

Schools Cricket

High Schools - a friendly league is played in the first term with the competitive league taking place in the 3rd term.

There are approximately 270 teams playing in structured leagues with just under 1350 matches played every year.

Primary Schools - run their leagues in the four various districts: South West; South East; North West and North East.

The leagues are split between small, medium and large schools - playing strength vs strength.

Who to contact

Schools Cricket – Kabelo Monakedi |

Club Cricket

Club Cricket

Titans Cricket Club League structure consist of 23 Clubs located in different areas of Tshwane.

The structure caters for juniors from the age of 9 years to 15 years and we have nine senior leagues with the Premier league being the top league. We also have a women's club league with no age restrictions.

Our Club League season commences late September and culminates in late March.

Who to contact

Clubs & Facilities – Kagiso Masubelele |

Hubs and RPC

Cricket in previously disadvantaged communities is of extremely high importance.

We currently support 5x HUB’s and 1 Regional Performance Centre (RPC) through means of 19 full time coaches, facilities, equipment and transport. Each HUB must serve 4x Primary and 4x High schools, have 6x teams and play 25 games per team.

Who to contact?

Cricket Services Manager – Charlotte Serwadi |


Coaching Education

The Coach Education program is the main driver behind all the coaches that are doing magnificent jobs in producing players within our pipeline and beyond.

We strongly believe that the more we empower our coaches, the stronger our system becomes.

Coach education develops coaches for all age groups, which ensures a continuous feeder of high quality players to the Cricket South Africa pipeline.

Who to contact

Coaches Developer – Sibonelo Ngcobo |

Match Officials

Titans Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association strives to uplift and educate members of the community to be fully qualified cricket umpires.

Once you are part of the Association we will continue to train and develop you as an umpire to be able to go into the pipeline of the CSA umpire structure thus developing more and more umpires for CSA.

Who to contact?

Scorers Association: | Umpires Association:


Girls and Women

NCU have both primary and high school leagues.

Eight schools participate in primary school leagues and 14 teams in high school leagues. These leagues takes place during the third and fourth term.

We have 10 clubs participating in our club league which runs from October to March. We also have a girls academy running in Hennopspark taking place every Friday and it's open to anyone that is interested.

Our Senior Provincial Team play in the Top CSA Women’s Provincial League from October to April. They play both the 50 Overs & T20 format.

Who to contact

Women's Cricket Manager – Karen Smithies |


The Titans Academy operates as a feeder to the Titans Professional side where it links, school, club, and professional cricket.

The squad consists of 10 contracted players between the ages of 18 and 23 who are hand selected to meet our pipeline needs of the professional set up.

Players that perform well in club and University cricket are given opportunities to play and train with the Academy and stake a claim to gain a contract.

Who to contact?

Academy Coach – Thabang Kumalo |

Titans Shield Primary
Differently Abled Cricket

Differently Abled

Differently Abled Cricket Club’s main objectives are to develop the cricket skills of all LSEN (Learners with Special Educational Needs) which include the Blind, Deaf, Intellectually Impaired, Mildly handicapped and Physically Disabled.

The secondary objectives are to develop the skills of all players on a personal level to enable them to be employable in the industry.

Who to contact?

Cricket Services Manager – Charlotte Serwadi |