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Editor's Pick - CSA T20 2017

Big day for CSA. All the teams play. Six teams. Three Matches.

Titans lead with two wins from two points. Dolphins win the only match they have played. Knights - played two, won one and lost one. Warriors, Cape Cobras and Lions have played one match each and lost.


Titans - 9 points
Dolphins - 4 points
Knights - 4 points
Rest - yet to score


First Match - Warriors - Titans
Warriors Squad:Colin Ingram, JJ Smuts (c), Andrew Birch, Kelly Smuts, Gihahn Cloete (wk), Solo Nqweni, Ayabulela Gqamane, Simon Harmer, Colin Ackermann, Basheeru-Deen Walters, Christiaan Jonker, Sisanda Magala, Jerry Nqolo, Anrich Nortje
Titans Squad:AB de Villiers, Albie Morkel (c), Dale Steyn, Henry Davids, Dean Elgar, Farhaan Behardien, Quinton de Kock (wk), David Wiese, Aiden Markram, Lungisani Ngidi, Malusi Siboto, Tabraiz Shamsi, Junior Dala, Heinrich Klaasen, Eldred Hawken


My lineup
Batsmen
Gihahn Cloete
Christiaan Jonker
AB De Villiers
Farhaan Behardien
Aiden Markram
Bowlers
Solo Nqweni
MP Siboto
Junior Dala
BD Walters
All-Rounders
Albie Morkel
Wicket Keeper
Quinton De Kock


Second match - Dolphins V Knights
Dolphins Squad:Morne van Wyk, Dane Vilas (wk), Prenelan Subrayen, Andile Phehlukwayo, Cody Chetty, Keshav Maharaj, Mthokozisi Shezi, Khaya Zondo (c), Sibonelo Makhanya, Sarel Erwee, Robbie Frylinck, Athi Mpendulo Maposa, Eathan Bosch, Smangaliso Nhlebela
Knights Squad:Ryan McLaren, Shadley van Schalkwyk, David Miller, Marchant de Lange, Theunis de Bruyn (c), Eddie Leie, Grant Mokoena, Duanne Olivier, Keegan Petersen, Aubrey Swanepoel, Tshepo Ntuli , Patrick Kruger, Andries Gous (wk)


Batsmen
Sarel Erwee
David Miller
Khaya Zondo
DJ Vilas
Theunis de Bruyn
Bowlers
Shadley van Schalkwyk
Merchant de Lange
Keshav Maharaj
Eddie Leie
All-Rounder
R Frylinck
Wicket-Keeper
Mv Wyk


Third Match - Lions V Cape Cobras
Lions Squad:Aaron Phangiso (c), Mangaliso Mosehle (wk), Dwaine Pretorius, Beuran Hendricks, Reeza Hendricks, Hardus Viljoen, Rassie van der Dussen , Kagiso Rabada, Omphile Ramela, Bjorn Fortuin, Carmi le Roux, Nicky van den Bergh, Willem Mulder, Wihan Lubbe, Marques Ackerman, Janneman Malan, Ryan Rickelton
Cape Cobras Squad:Jean-Paul Duminy (c), Hashim Amla, Vernon Philander, Rory Kleinveldt, Wayne Parnell, Richard Levi, Temba Bavuma, Dane Piedt, Jason Smith, Dane Paterson, Qaasim Adams, Aviwe Mgijima, George Linde, Ferisco Adams, Sammy Mofokeng, Tshepo Moreki, Kyle Verreynne, Mthiwekhaya Nabe, Michael Loubser


Batsmen
NJ Van den Bergh
Reeza Hendricks
Aviwe Mgijima
Hashim Amla
Bowlers
Aaron Phangiso
B Hendricks
Vernon Philander
Dane Paterson
All-Rounders
Dwaine Pretorius
Willem Mulder
Wicket-Keepers
Mangaliso Mosehle


Yeah that’s all
Indu

P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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