Action from the 4-Day Franchise Series match between the Titans and the Warriors at Centurion Park, 12-15 October 2018.
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.
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.
Warriors captain Jon-Jon Smuts says he believes he has a lot to offer the Proteas and can help them win the 2019 World Cup, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
SACricketmag.com previews the 4-Day Franchise Series. In this preview, we look at the Warriors’ season ahead.
The Warriors enjoyed a triumphant evening at the Eastern Cape Sports Awards.
Warriors batsman Colin Ackermann has signed a contract extension with Leicestershire until the end of the 2020 campaign and has been named the club’s T20 Blast captain.
The Warriors have appointed Mfuneko Ngam as the new assistant coach to Rivash Gobind, along with their 18-man squad for the 2018-19 season.
Centuries by Stephen Cook and Reeza Hendricks enabled the Highveld Lions to end their Sunfoil campaign with a resounding nine-wicket win over the Cobras in Potchefstroom.
Chris Morris’ 6-55 paved the way for the Titans to become the Sunfoil champions after a remarkable two-day match in which they beat the Knights by four wickets.
Rain prevented play in any of the final three Sunfoil matches, raising the possibility of a lucky lottery if or when any team gets on to the field.
If the Warriors fail to win the Sunfoil Series, they may point fingers at Werner Coetsee, whose six-wicket haul undermined their chase to victory over the Knights. He is our Turbo Bowler.
The Warriors fell eight runs short of what would have been a remarkable victory over the Knights, and which would have consolidated their position at the top of the Sunfoil table.
Whatever hopes the Cobras had of gaining a second Sunfoil victory were buried under a mountain of runs as they laboured to 393-3 in Paarl.