South Africa Emerging failed to bowl out Zimbabwe on day four, as the sides settled for a draw in Kweke in the second unofficial Test on Saturday.
Senuran Muthusamy backed up his 102 with 85 for SA Emerging to leave Zimbabwe A on the ropes going into the final day.
The recently concluded series between Zimbabwe A and SA A was exactly what the doctor ordered for both teams.
SA A have won the second four-day Test against Zimbabwe A by an innings and 81 runs in Bulawayo, to win the series 1-0.
Andile Phehlukwayo returned career-best figures to leave South Africa A five wickets away from victory against Zim A in Bulawayo.
Stiaan van Zyl scored an unbeaten century to help SA A press ahead on day two of the second Test against Zim A.
Centuries from Stephen Cook and Heino Kuhn made it a dominant first day for SA A, as they finished on 414-3 against Zim A in Bulawayo.
SA A captain Stephen Cook was disappointed with his side’s draw with Zimbabwe A, but is confident of responding with victory.
A resilient batting display from Zimbabwe A enabled them to draw the first four-day match against SA A in Harare.
Dwaine Pretorius followed up his performance with the bat with three wickets, to leave SA A well placed against Zimbabwe A in Harare.
Omphile Ramela hit an unbeaten century as South Africa A go into day three with a 348-run lead over Zimbabwe A in Harare.
Stephen Cook led from the front as South Africa A piled up 271-3 on the first day of their unofficial Test against Zimbabwe A in Harare.
Cape Cobras batsman Omphile Ramela has a Proteas cap in his sight as he aims for a strong SA A performance.