Lungi Ngidi took 4-14 to silence the Warriors on their home turf as the Titans sealed a 61-run victory in round three of the Ram Slam T20 Challenge.
Dale Steyn’s adequate comeback saw him pick up a wicket, and more importantly, complete a scatheless return to competitive cricket.
Albie Morkel took 3-12 to give the Titans the perfect start against the Lions in an eight-wicket win at SuperSport Park.
Mitchell Starc warmed up for the Ashes series by becoming the first bowler to take two hat-tricks in one Sheffield Shield match.
Lungi Ngidi stakes his claim for national selection with a fiery comeback for the Titans, taking 9-83 to seal the first win in 13 Sunfoil games.
Michael Cohen took his first franchise five-for in Cobras whites at Newlands, to continue his great run of form.
Faf du Plessis said that Duanne Olivier was the Proteas’ best bowler on day three, which saw them seal the series against Bangladesh 2-0 with an innings and a 254-run win in Bloemfontein.
Jon-Jon Smuts took two four-fors against the Cobras in a determined attempt to pull a victory out of the hat in round two of the Sunfoil Series.
Shadley van Schalkwyk has set the bar high in the opening round of the Sunfoil Series, taking eight wickets in the Knights’ opening clash against the Cobras.
The Proteas, facing six ODIs against India next February, would do well to note the name Kuldeep Yadav: he became the first Indian to take an ODI hat-trick in 26 years.
Shadley van Schalkwyk tore the heart out of the Cobras, taking three wickets in seven balls.
Rory Kleinveldt’s five-for on day two of Northamptonshire’s County Championship clash against Sussex helped the hosts set up a six-wicket win on Friday.
Junior Dala’s three strikes on day four of the first unofficial Test saw India A bowled out for 211, as SA A claimed a 235-run victory in Pretoria on Tuesday.
Morne Morkel marked his return to Test cricket by winning the South African Man of the Series for his performance during the Proteas’ defeat in England.
Morne Morkel’s double dismissal of Alastair Cook in the third Test means that no other bowler has dismissed him more times in his career.