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Cape Cobras combined their position at the highest point of the standings with an agreeable six-wicket win over Lions in Paarl.
Lions, who were sent into bat, were shot out for 133. Spare Dominic Hendrick’s unbeaten 44, there was little of note in the innings that kept going 40.3 overs. Beuran Hendricks, the left-arm seamer, returned figures of 3 for 18 off eight overs, while Dane Paterson, Wayne Parnell and Dane Piedt had two scalps each.
The Cobras stammered toward the begin by losing Parnell and Omphile Ramela early, however Andrew Puttick ate into the objective with an unbeaten 63. He was aided by Stiaan van Zyl, who made 35, as Cobras won with 16.5 overs to save.
An unbeaten century from opener Rudi Second, trailed by three-wicket pulls from Mbulelo Budaza and Michael Erlank, sent Knights to a 74-run win over Warriors in East London.
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Colin Ingram’s unbeaten 97 off 99 balls and a tight execution in the demise from Warriors’ bowlers set up their 14-run win over Titans in East London. With the win, Warriors have now moved to the number two spot in the group table.
Batting to begin with, Warriors were headed toward a decent begin as openers JT Smuts and Colin Ackermann included 85 in the initial 14 overs. Warriors lost a few wickets in the center overs, however with Ingram still at the wrinkle, their scoring rate did not drop. He shared a 82-run stand for the fifth wicket with Christiaan Jonker to take the Warriors near 250 toward the begin of the passing overs. Titans’ bowlers, in any case, battled back in the last 10 overs, getting five wickets for 22 races to bowl the Warriors out for 285. Henry Davids and Grant Thomson got three wickets each for the Titans.