Duminy missed out on the MSL last season through injury but says he is now pleased to be part of the action, and to join the Rocks.
Duminy says he is in good condition at the moment, and is really looking forward to play in front of home support. He feels the MSL is playing a big part in rejuvenating domestic cricket in South Africa.
While he is expected to play a big role with his performances, the 35-year-old says it is also part of his job to help mentor the younger guys.
Dummy says the international stars will help attract fans to the stadiums, and that is part of the magic of the T20 competition. – Report by Rob Delport