Battle for survival

2013-11-23 00:00

WATCHING the Dolphins toil under the merciless sun at Pietermaritzburg Oval yesterday was like watching Egyptian slaves being whipped by their masters.

Starting the day on 128-3, the Cobras batted through until just after 2.30 pm, all out for 398 in 115.3 overs, scoring at a reasonable 3,44 to the over. The Dolphins struck early with the wickets of Yaseen Vallie (0) and Dane Vilas (4), but Justin Kemp (42) joined Stiaan van Zyl — who was steadily moving toward his century — for a 74-run sixth-wicket partnership that set the tone for Rory Kleinveldt (72) to wield the willow to good effect.

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