Thursday, December 01, 2022

HIGH SCORES ALL-ROUND IN THE CSA 4-DAY DOMESTIC SERIES

The Momentum Multiply Titans and Six Gun Grill Western Province secured convincing victories on day three of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Four-Day Domestic Series.

Titans won by an innings and 142 runs against the ITEC Knights at SuperSport Park whilst Western Province won by an innings and 210 runs against the Gbets Rocks at the Six Gun Grill Newlands.

Western Province had declared on 557/2/5 on day two with a double century from Kyle Verreynne (201*), a century from Tony de Zorzi (163), and half-centuries from Edward Moore (71), and George Linde (70*). Salieg Nackerdien’s charges went on to restrict the Rocks to 202 and 145 runs in the two innings to secure their first victory in the competition.

A double century from Heinrich Klaasen (292), a century from Dean Elgar (137), and a fifty from Junior Dala (56*) powered the Titans to a first innings score of 648/10. The Tshwane-based men ensured a comfortable victory and bowled out their opponents for 243 and 263 runs in their innings.

In Division Two, the Six Gun Grill Garden Route Badgers declared on 611/5 after an unbeaten double century from Onke Nyaku (201*), a hundred from Blayde Capell (126), and another unbeaten century from Sean Whitehead (155*). This after Badgers bowled out Limpopo Impalas for 274 runs in their first innings. Impalas are currently on 108/2, trailing badgers by 229 runs.

In Gqeberha, Diego Rosier’s hundred (136) and a half-century from Matthew Breetzke (71), brought the Dafabet Warriors back in the match against the Hollywoodbets Dolphins, posting 390 in their second innings. Dolphins are currently 71/3, trailing Dolphins by 201 runs.

Ryan Rickelton’s unbeaten century (100*) saw the DP World Lions declare on 203/8 with a 396-run lead against the North West Dragons in Potchefstroom. Dragons are 56/2 and trailing Lions by 341 runs.

CSA 4-Day Series Fixtures: Thu – Sun: 17 - 20 November 22 (Stumps on Day 3)

Division One:

Six Gun Grill Western Province vs Gbets Rocks, Six Gun Grill Newlands, Cape Town (WP won the toss and elected to bat first.

• Western Province won by an innings and 210 runs
o Western Province: 557/5 in 125 Overs – K. Verreynne 201* (221), T. de Zorzi 163 (241), E. Moore 71 (104), G. Linde 70* (70)/ H. Viljoen 2/110, K. Gumede 2/121
o Rocks: 202/10 in 57.3 Overs – S. van Zyl 62 (88), S. von Berg 39 (37) / D. Paterson 3/41, T. Moreki 3/58
o Rocks: 145/10 in 61 Overs – S. von Berg 47 (62), 45 (114) / D. Paterson 3/20, N. Burger 2/21, B. Hendricks 2/24

Dafabet Warriors vs Hollywoodbets Dolphins, St George’s Park, Gqeberha (Warriors won the toss and elected to bat first.)
• Dolphins trail Warriors by 201 runs
o Warriors: 166/10 in 49.2 Overs – J. Hermann 51 (83), G. Stuurman 37 (42) / O. Baartman 3/21, E. Bosch 3/36.
o Dolphins: 285/10 in 85.2 Overs– A. Phehlukwayo 68 (142), E. Bosch 51 (92)/ Z. Abrahams 3/50, B. Swanepoel 3/53
o Warriors: 319/10 in 118.3 Overs – D. Rosier 136/259, M. Breetzke 71 (163) / O. Modimokoane 4/106, D. Dupavillon 2/117
o Dolphins: 71/3 in 29 Overs

North West Dragons vs DP World Lions, JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom (Lions won the toss and elected to bat first).
• Dragons trail Lions by 341 runs
o Lions: 362/10 in 115.5 Overs – W. Mulder 115* (191), D. Hendricks 89 (161), / S. Muthusamy 4/86
o Dragons: 169/10 in 56.5 Overs – L. Senokwane 56 (119), N. van den Bergh 37 (81) / B. Fortuin 4/43, L. Sipamla 2/26
o Lions: 203/8 in 64.2 Overs – R. Rickelton 100* (164) / R. Meyer 3/33, E. Hawken 2/20
o Dragons: 56/2 in 26 Overs – W. Marshall 23* (61)

Momentum Multiply Titans vs ITEC Knights, SuperSport Park, Centurion (Knights won the toss and elected to field first)
• Titans won by an innings and 142 runs
o Titans: 648/10 in 128.5 Overs – H. Klassen 292 (240), D. Elgar 137 (191), J. Dala 56 (130) / N. van Heerden 5/111, M. Pretorius 3/122
o Knights: 243/10 in 65 Overs– G. Cloete 50 (91), G. Snyman 40 (35) / L. Williams 4/56, J. Dala 2/10, A. Gqamane 2/28
o Knights: 263/10 in 73 Overs – P. van Biljon 73 (126), M. Kleinveldt 58 (94) / S. Harmer 4/84, D. Galiem 3/36

Division Two:

Six Gun Grill Garden Route Badgers vs Limpopo Impalas – Recreation Ground, Oudtshoorn (Impalas won the toss and elected to bat first)
• Impalas trail Badgers by 229 runs
o Impalas: 274/10 in 86.3 Overs – L. Steenkamp 136 (188), N. Mahlaba 38 (105) / A. Malan 3/41, S. Whitehead 3/58
o Badgers: 611/5 in 178.1 Overs – O. Nyaku 201*(352), B. Capell 126 (225), S. Whitehead 155* (271)/ S. Langa 2/66, N. Mahlaba 2/168
o Impalas: 108/2 in 35 Overs – R. Haasbroek 43*(79) /

Eastern Cape Iinyathi vs Eastern Storm, Buffalo Park, East London (Iinyathi won the toss and elected to bat first)
• Iinyathi lead Storm by 105 runs (No play on Saturday due to rain)
o Iinyathi: 336/10 in 118.2 Overs – M. Nqolo 67 (150), N. Yikha 58 (118), J.P de Klerk 55 (102), M. Malika 52(106) / M. Pillay 2/30, A. Khan 2/40
o Storm: 231/10 in 59/2 Overs – K. Sekhukhune 90* (138), W. Coulentianos 50 (94) / T. Kaber 6/79, S. Ntuntwana 2/24
o Iinyathi: 0/1

AET Tuskers vs Northern Cape Heat, AET Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg – No play on Thursday due to rain.

• Heat trail Tuskers by 129 runs
o Tuskers:228/10 in 84 Overs – D. Ridgaard 73 (200), T. Kumalo 44 (111) / E. Kemm 4/55, J. van Dyk 3/38
o Heat: 99/3 in 28.4 Overs – E. Kemm 36*/S. Tait 2/21

[Submitted by Kevin Rademeyer]

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