KZN inland fight back

2013-10-19 00:00

KZN Inland trailed Free State by 97 runs with six wickets remaining in the first innings at stumps on day two of their CSA Provincial three-day competition match in Bloemfontein yesterday.

Inland were 291 for four with Imraan Khan hitting 120 and SJ Erwee making 53, while Brad Moses is on 37 not out and Shane Burger is undefeated on 47. This is in reply to Free State’s first innings total of 388 all out. Inland fast bowler Matthew Pillans took four for 96 in 30 overs. Inland have fought back well. The 50-over match is tomorrow.

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