Inland sit well to test Namibia

2014-12-05 00:00

KZN INLAND posted a tidy 303 for nine declared after being asked to bat by Namibia in the Sunfoil 3-Day Cup match in Windhoek yesterday.

The total might have been more had one or two of the six batsmen who got in been able to contribute with a big hundred.

Imraan Khan top-scored with a watchful 71 off 123 balls that included six boundaries and Abram Ndhlovu made 46 as the duo put on an ­impressive 120 for the first wicket — a welcome turnaround for the opening pair.

The Inland bowling attack must get in amongst the Namibian top-order in the first ­session today.


KZN Inland: 1st inn 303/9 dec in 97.5 ov (Imraan Khan 71, Abram Ndhlovu 46, SJ Erwee 26, Shane Burger 34, Suhail Razack 55; Kyle Nipper 22, Graham Hume 22*; Tiaan Snyman 4-61, Sarel Burger 3-72). Namibia: 1st inn 11/0 after 4 overs.

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