Keegan Petersen scored his first T20 half-century for the Knights in their washed out match against the Lions in Bloemfontein.
The records proclaimed that the side who scores 170 at the Mangaung Oval has never lost, and the home side were sent in to bat with that target in mind.
The Lions got the early wicket they were hoping for, when Bjorn Fortuin took a painful catch slammed directly to him off his own bowling, to dismiss Rudi Second.
This brought Theunis de Bruyn to the crease and the Knights captain failed to impress. De Bruyn supported Petersen to spark a steady recovery before lighting stopped play with the Knights on 60-1 after nine overs.
The momentary break saw De Bruyn lose his scalp on 18, but Petersen continued his onslaught to reach his first half-century for the Knights in T20s.
With the Knights on 86-2, rain abandoned play handing two points to both sides and pushed both sides to 12 points.
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