A successful 2019 CSA T20 Challenge proved co-existence with 2018’s Mzansi Super League is feasible.
Which batsmen and bowlers scored the most runs and took the most wickets during the 2019 CSA T20 Challenge that saw the Lions crowned champions after Sunday’s win over the Warriors in the final at the Wanderers in Johannesburg?
Warriors head coach Rivash Gobind is eager to capitalise on homeground advantage during Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge semi-final against the Cape Cobras at Buffalo Park in East London.
Proteas wrist-spinner Tabraiz Shamsi’s first appearance for the Titans in almost a month yielded two wickets, but wasn’t enough to prevent defeat to the Lions in Sunday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture at SuperSport Centurion.
Assistant coach Mfuneko Ngam is confident that the Warriors are peaking at the right time as the 2019 CSA T20 Challenge semi-finals draw near.
Proteas all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius impressed with the bat, but couldn’t prevent the Lions from falling to a nine-wicket defeat in Wednesday’s CSA T20 Challenge fixture against the Warriors at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.
Hashim Amla had another poor outing for the Cobras as the home side thumped the Warriors at Boland Park thanks to a powerful Janneman Malan T20 ton.
The Knights and Warriors shared a washout, after Tuesday’s CSA T20 Challenge at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley was abandoned without a ball bowled.
Chief executive officer Thabang Moroe has reiterated the importance of the Mzansi Super League for Cricket South Africa’s commercial strategy.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed that the franchise system will be replaced by provincial competition next year. The Lions, Cape Cobras, Knights, Dolphins, Warriors and Titans will effectively be replaced by Gauteng, Western Province, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Border, Northerns and others. They will compete in first-class, List A and T20 cricket. ‘Obviously with us collapsing the franchise system into the… Read more →
A sorry Warriors target of 120 was knocked off by the Dolphins with more than 30 overs to spare at Kingsmead as the hosts secured their place in Sunday’s final against the Titans.
Sarel Erwee and Vaughn van Jaarsveld broke the back of the Warriors’ resistance by setting up a nine-wicket victory to leapfrog the Warriors into second place on the One-Day Cup log.
The Knights picked up only their second win of the season in the One-Day Cup against the Warriors in East London on Friday to climb off the bottom of the log after eight matches.
The Knights got off the mark with their first win of the One-Day Cup series, while the Titans racked up their sixth win from eight matches on Friday night.
As the One-Day Cup heads into its final week of round-robin action, Warriors head coach Rivash Gobind is happy that the Warriors are still holding their own destiny in their hands.