The Border cricket team were dismissed for only 16 over the past weekend in their CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup encounter with KwaZulu-Natal.
It is the second time in their history that they’ve managed a total of only 16, equalling their own record for the lowest first-class score ever in South African cricket.
The KZN outfit batted first and posted 361 before Border were all out for 166 in their first innings. The follow-on was opted for by KZN where Border’s second innings were all but over within only 12 overs.
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Nonelala Yikha top-scored for Border with seven, while four batsmen were sent packing for ducks.
Border will feature in Division 2 of the newly restructured domestic system announced by Cricket South Africa on Monday.