In the sphere of cricket, where excellence is measured in trophies and legends are made on the field, Titans Cricket stands tall as a beacon of dominance, the world over.

Over the past two decades, Titans Cricket has engraved its name in history winning a resounding 20 trophies in the period 2004/2005 – 2023/2024; more than any other test playing nation worldwide during this time.

Auckland Cricket (New Zealand) come in second with 15 trophies in the last 20 years, 5 championships behind the force that is Titans Cricket.

Reflecting on this remarkable achievement, the CEO of Titans Cricket, Dr Jacques Faul, expressed with pride the team’s accomplishments over the years. “Becoming the most decorated cricket team in the world over the past 20 years is a testament to the dedication and talent of everyone involved with Titans Cricket. Our commitment to excellence drives us to continually strive for victory, to bring home trophies, and to represent our team with honour on the global stage.” stated Dr Faul.

From the seasons spanning 2004/05 to 2013/14, Titans secured a total of 10 trophies, including four 4-Day titles, three CSA One Day Cup triumphs, and three T20 Challenge victories.

Building this foundation, the following years from 2014/15 to 2023/24 witnessed Titans Cricket once again clinching 10 trophies, comprising three 4-Day championships, three CSA One Day Cup conquests, and four T20 Challenge victories. The Titans 7 T20 crowns in 20 years makes them the team with the most twenty-twenty titles in the world, with Sailkot Stallions following with 6 trophies and Mumbai Indians with 5 trophies.

Notably, Titans Cricket has been a breeding ground for cricketing legends and emerging talents. From the esteemed journeys of veterans like Quinton De Kock, Chris Morris, Faf du Plessis, AB de Villiers, Dale Steyn Albie and Morne Morkel, to the rise of promising young stars like Donovan Ferreira and Dewald Brevis. All having shared the field with current stars including Heinrich Klaasen, Lung Ngidi and Aiden Markram amongst many others.

“Legends are not merely born, they are shaped and polished through dedication and opportunity,” remarked Dr Faul. “At Titans, we take immense pride in our role in shaping the careers of cricketing icons and providing a platform for emerging talents to shine. Our legacy is not just in trophies but in the consistent impact we have on the sport globally.”

Faul acknowledged the efforts of their neighbours, the Johannesburg based team, The DP World Lions. Over the past decade, they have clinched an impressive 10 trophies, with the Titans boasting the highest tally among Test-playing nations worldwide. Together, Titans and Lions have secured a remarkable 20 out of 30 trophies during this period. Specifically, from the 2004/5 season to 2013/14, both the Titans and Cobras clinched 10 trophies each, once more, the combined efforts of the two teams resulted in them securing 20 out of the 30 available trophies.

Looking ahead, The Sky Blues remain resolute in their pursuit of excellence, committed to maintaining its status as champions in all endeavours while dominating on the field. With a blend of experience and youth, a culture of determination, and a global vision, Titans marches forward, poised to leave an indelible mark on the world stage.