The Dolphins and the Warriors earned good wins over the Cape Cobras and Knights respectively, both opponents being bowled out during their run chase in their One-Day Cup clashes on Friday night.
With two good wins under their belt, the Dolphins are eager to continue their winning One-Day Cup ways when they take on the Cape Cobras in Paarl on Friday afternoon.
Cape Cobras wicketkeeper-batsman Kyle Verreynne is a mere two seasons into a burgeoning franchise career – and must graduate to even higher honours sooner or later, writes Jonhenry Wilson.
A superb team effort with bat and ball by the Knights had the Cobras dead and buried before a magnificent century by Kyle Verreynne turned the tables to secure a thrilling last-over win in their One-Day Cup match at Bloemfontein, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Assistant coach Faiek Davids has implored the Cape Cobras to improve in Tuesday’s One-Day Cup fixture against the Knights after defeat to the Warriors.
The Cape Cobras’ Zubayr Hamza has been in sensational form during the CSA 4-Day Franchise Series, and his double century against the Dolphins earns him Wednesday’s Play of the Day accolade, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
The Highveld Lions are targeting victory in the final round of matches in the 4-Day Franchise Series as they push the Cape Cobras to the wire for the title.
Batsmen ruled day one of the second-last round of 4-Day Franchise Series fixtures, with the Cape Cobras trying desperately to keep ahead of the Lions on the log table, while the Warriors are giving their all to keep within striking distance of both teams.
Akhona Mnyaka, who recently signed with the Cobras, was our Future Star in issue 137 of SA Cricket magazine in July 2017.
The penultimate round of 4-Day Franchise Series matches gets under way on Monday, and all six teams still have something to play for, even if (for some) it’s just pride.
The Warriors’ Simon Harmer was at it again as he picked up 7-89 against the table-topping Cape Cobras in Newlands to earn himself Wednesday’s Turbo Bowler award, writes ANITHA MADIKIZELA.
Cape Cobras coach Ashwell Prince insists his players will take it one game at a time as they look to nail down the 4-Day Franchise Series title ahead of Monday’s clash with the Warriors at Newlands in Cape Town.
SACricketmag.com’s editor SIMON LEWIS chatted to Keegan Petersen and Pite van Biljon after their unbroken third-wicket stand for the Knights against the Cape Cobras that set a 4-Day series fixture record of 213 runs for the third wicket.
If you should see Mthiwekhaya Nabe batting higher in the order than teammate Janneman Malan, then you’re either watching a dream sequence in a Hollywood movie, or Malan has been injured, writes SIMON LEWIS.
Highlights of day three of the 4-Day Franchise Series match between the Knights and the Cape Cobras that saw Dane Piedt score a maiden first-class century, sharing a record ninth-wicket stand with Mthiwekhaya Nabe.