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.
Malusi Siboto picked up a five-for in the Warriors second innings to help the Lions to a nine-wicket victory in Port Elizabeth.
Stephen Cook scored 188 runs in the first innings for the Lions to give his team the upper hand against the Warriors in Port Elizabeth.
The rain put a damper on proceedings after lunch in Port Elizabeth with the Lions on 105-2 and in a tricky situation against the Warriors in Port Elizabeth.
Aaron Phangiso was a thorn in the Warriors’ side as he picked up four wickets for the Lions on the first day of the 4-Day Franchise Series encounter in Port Elizabeth.
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The Warriors enjoyed a triumphant evening at the Eastern Cape Sports Awards.
Thirty games and 120 days’ scheduled play in the Sunfoil Series, and it all came down to a frenetic two days of desperate activity and enforced inactivity, from which the Titans emerged victorious.
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.
The Titans dominated their first day’s play against the Knights at Centurion as they made a furious attack to snatch the Sunfoil crown.
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.
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.