Cape The town – Gihahn Cloete’s century lit up the hole fit of the
2018/19 Momentum One-Day Cup after it helped the Warriors protected an dissatisfied
three-wicket win over the Cape Cobras at Boland
Park in Paarl on Friday.
There used to be additionally a useful half-century by way of emerging younger
teenage megastar Sinethemba Qeshile after he struck a vital 54 off 56 balls (4
fours) that helped raise the protecting champions over the road of their pursuit
They were given there with one ball to spare in any case, however handiest
after making heavy climate of a chase that started with left-hander Cloete, who
made 110 (127 balls, 11 fours), and Matthew Breetzke (57 off 71 balls, 7 fours)
handing them a flying get started of 110 for the hole wicket.
The fit used to be the primary of the 50-over season after the
4-Day Franchise Collection concluded final Friday.
And those that grew to become up for the sport have been supplied various
leisure from all sides because the Cobras to begin with did neatly to submit 276 for
six, due to an entertaining career-best 84 from some other giant prospect for
South African cricket, Kyle Verreynne.
The 21-year-old struck one six and 5 fours in his 76-ball
innings to marshal the center order after contributions of 54 (60 balls, 6
fours) from Pieter Malan and 49 by way of Zubayr Hamza on the best.
There have been additionally begins for Janneman Malan (23), Isaac
Dikgale (22) and George Linde (23 now not out), with just lately capped
Proteas Lutho Sipamla the pick out of the bowlers with 3 for 50.
Cloete’s 3rd profession 50-over ton then led the reaction for
the guests, who shared the identify with the Dolphins final yr,
as they cruised alongside for the majority of the chase to achieve 207 for 2 within the
However Jason Smith grabbed 3 for 46 to ship some panic to
the Warriors’ dugout.
Then again, 19-year-old Qeshile stored his cool with a composed
innings that took his aspect to the edge, with Sisanda Magala (9 now not out)
putting a vital boundary to protected the win.