The KZN Coastal side made a strong start to their CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup campaign against Border, before winning their opening CSA One-Day Challenge clash (also against Border) on Sunday at Kingsmead.
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The Titans and Warriors played out to a rain-affected draw in their 4-Day Franchise Series encounter at SuperSport Park.
Day three in the 4-Day Franchise Series match between the Warriors and the Titans was reduced to just seven balls as bad weather put paid to any chance of significant cricket action.
Eastern Province got off to a winning start in the 3-Day Provincial Cup, while the other three matches all ended in draws, with Western Province almost beating a spirited Easterns in an enthralling contest at Newlands.
In a day largely ruined by bad light, the Titans slowly rebuilt their first innings in response to the Warriors’ 307 but ended the day with plenty of work ahead of them.
An unbeaten century by Eddie Moore was matched by a superb six-wicket haul by Chris Morris as the Warriors ended the opening day of their 4-Day Domestic Series encounter in Centurion on Friday with a morale-boosting advantage over the Titans.
Batsmen enjoyed the rub of the green during the second day of the CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup, aside from North West, who followed on against Eastern Province and appear destined for a heavy loss.
Northerns piled on the runs against Free State, Western Province batted well against Easterns, Border were skittled by KwaZulu-Natal, while honours ended even between Eastern Province and North West at the end of the first day of the CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup.
Cape Cobras captain Dane Piedt marked a momentous 100th first-class match with a sterling all-round performance in the Cobras’ innings and 71-run win over the Lions.
The Cobras recorded a resounding victory over the Lions at the Wanderers, beating the home team by an innings and 71 runs.
Duanne Olivier and Luthando Mnyanda drove the Knights to their first win in the 4-Day Franchise Series, completing their five-wicket triumph over the Dolphins in Kimberley with a day to spare.
Knights captain Pite van Biljon continued his rich vein of form in the 4-Day Franchise Series with a superb 70 against the Dolphins in Kimberley.
The Knights and Dolphins ended day two of their 4-Day Franchise Series match at Kimberley with honours even after some resolute batting and determined bowling.
The Cobras have stamped their authority over the Lions in Johannesburg with a commanding 414-run lead after both team’s first innings.