Warriors Sport KO to end of Ilembe Cricket Season

2016-05-04 06:00
Rishen and Rajiv Mathapershad of Warriors Sport with the floating trophy. Photo: supplied

Rishen and Rajiv Mathapershad of Warriors Sport with the floating trophy. Photo: supplied

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THE fifth annual Warriors Sport KO will commence on Saturday, 7 May.
This year sees 15 teams participating for the coveted trophy in an attempt to clinch the trophy from last years winners, United.
The matches will be played on a knock-out basis.
In the event of rain, the winner will be decided by a single toss of a coin.

The finals is scheduled to be played on 29 May. Trophies, sponsored by Warriors Sport, will be awarded to the winners and runner up.
Special awards will be give for best batsman, best bowler, best fielder, batsman with most sixes and player of the tournament.
Rajiv Mathapershad of Warriors Sport has promised yet another thrilling tournament, with teams boosting their sides for a highly competitive series with United Cricket Club starting off as favorites to clinch a season ending double championship.
Mathapershad wishes all teams everything of the best.

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