Kagisho Mohale seeks improvement after Northern Cape topped Pool B with a victory against Kenya on the weekend.
The 22-year-old seamer delivered a match-winning career-best against Kenya in the final match, claiming figures of 5-19 from four overs to help his side to a 97-run win and a semi-final spot.
Mohale boasts the best bowling figures of the competition recording the best figures (5-19) and the best average of the tournament, at 5.80 from two innings.
‘I’m very happy with my figures because it worked out how we planned it,’ he said. ‘We watched the Kenyans on Saturday and my captain (Werner Coetsee) told me to bowl on the off-side and bowl a lot of variations and it all worked out well.’
Northern Cape won two out of three games including a victory against last years champions Northerns by eight wickets on D/L method. Their match against SWD was washed out leaving them top of Pool B.
North West, Zimbabwe and Northern Cape make up three out of the four spots, with the semi-final line-up to be concluded in Paarl where Boland, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Province and Gauteng battle it out in Pool D.
‘We’re looking forward to the finals weekend now,’ Mohale added. ‘There’s obviously more to improve on, but we’ll work on those things.’
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