Dwayne Bravo and Mangaliso Mosehle entertained the Paarl Rocks fans at Boland Park after their team’s six-wicket win over the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants booked their passage through to the Mzansi Super League playoffs.
Dwayne Bravo’s 3-22 and 84 from Cameron Delport sealed a qualifier spot for the Paarl Rocks as they beat the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants by six wickets, writes KHALID MOHIDIN from Boland Park.
Last night at Newlands cricket ground Proteas fans were treated to some fine batting and bowling, but it was in the field that our hearts skipped a beat, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Quinton de Kock’s 46-ball 93 helped the Cape Town Blitz step closer to securing a home final as they crushed the Paarl Rocks by six wickets, reports KHALID MOHIDIN from Newlands.
Khalid Mohidin hangs out with Paarl Rocks’ opening batsman Aiden Markram at Boland Park.
Paarl Rocks skipper Faf du Plessis believes that strike rotation was one of the keys to his side’s success in the Mzansi Super League clash against the Durban Heat on Sunday.
The Durban Heat are facing an uphill battle to qualify for the playoffs after another cruel loss, this time at the hands of the Paarl Rocks in the heat of Paarl.
The Durban Heat are under the cosh in the Mzansi Super League as they desperately need to find that winning feeling in Sunday’s match against the Paarl Rocks at Boland Park.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Giants crushed Faf du Plessis’ Paarl Rocks by 48 runs to lift the Giants to within one point of log-leaders the Cape Town Blitz.
Bottom of the log teams Durban Heat and Paarl Rocks were frustrated by heavy rain that caused three delays before the match was reduced to nine overs per side, with the Rocks going to on claim victory by 32 runs.
Cape Town Blitz captain Farhaan Behardien says his side were at 50% against the Paarl Rocks after playing against the Jozi Stars the day before.
Player of the Match Bjorn Fortuin speaks to the media after the Paarl Rocks won their first match of the Mzansi Super League season, a 5-wicket triumph over Cape rivals the Cape Town Blitz.
Watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from our upcoming Uncovered documentary with Aiden Markram of the Proteas and the Paarl Rocks.
Tshwane Spartans’ 20-year-old paceman Lutho Sipamla is relishing the opportunity to mix it with some of the big names in the Mzansi Super League while learning from the seasoned pros in the Spartans change room.
Ryan Rickelton’s blitz 91 set the tone for the Jozi Stars as they defended 209-2 to claim a 60-run win against the Paarl Rocks, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.